This itinerary takes you on a tour of Sri Lanka’s most beautiful beaches and natural attractions. The journey begins in Negombo and continues to Kandy, where you will explore the city’s cultural heritage. You will then travel to Sigiriya, where you can climb the famous rock fortress and take a safari tour at Minneriya National Park. The next stop is Nilaweli Beach, where you can dive at Pigeon Island marine national park, relax on the beach, and visit the Koneshwaram Temple.

From Nilaweli, you will head to Pasikuda Beach for two days of relaxation. Then, you will travel to Arugam Bay, where you can indulge in surfing and more beach relaxation. The itinerary then takes you to Yala National Park for an exciting safari experience.

After Yala, you will travel to Unawatuna, where you can explore the Galle Dutch Fort, go whale watching, and take a cooking class. Finally, the journey ends in Colombo, where you can enjoy a city tour before departing Sri Lanka. This itinerary is perfect for those who love beaches, nature, and adventure.

Day 01 Arrival / Negombo
Arrival in Negombo and transfer to your hotel.
Day 02Kandy (Kandy city tour)
Depart for Kandy and enjoy a city tour of the ancient hill capital, including the Temple of the Tooth and the botanical gardens.
Day 03,04Sigiriya (Sigiriya Rock, Minneriya Safari, Village tour)
Day 03:
Visit Sigiriya Rock: This ancient rock fortress is one of the most iconic landmarks in Sri Lanka. The site is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is home to the ruins of an ancient palace and gardens. The climb to the top of the rock is steep, but the views from the top are stunning.

Enjoy a Minneriya Safari: The Minneriya National Park is home to a large population of elephants, making it an ideal destination for a wildlife safari. You can book a jeep safari and explore the park, watching the elephants as they graze and play in their natural habitat.

Take a Village Tour: Sri Lanka's rural villages offer a glimpse into the traditional way of life in the country. You can take a village tour and learn about the local culture, cuisine, and customs. You can also try your hand at traditional activities like farming, cooking, and handicrafts.

Day 04:
Visit the Sigiriya Museum: The Sigiriya Museum is located near the Sigiriya Rock and offers a fascinating insight into the history of the area. The museum contains a collection of artifacts and exhibits that showcase the ancient culture and civilization of Sri Lanka.

Explore the Pidurangala Rock: The Pidurangala Rock is located near the Sigiriya Rock and offers a different perspective on the area. The climb to the top of the rock is less steep than Sigiriya, and the views from the top are equally breathtaking.
Day 05, 06Nilaweli Beach (Diving at Pigeon Island marine national park, Relax on the Beach, Koneshwaram Temple)
Day 05:
Diving at Pigeon Island Marine National Park: Pigeon Island is a small island located off the coast of Nilaweli Beach. It is a popular spot for diving and snorkeling, thanks to its pristine waters and vibrant marine life. You can take a boat to the island and explore the coral reefs, watching the colorful fish and other sea creatures as they swim by.

Relax on the Beach: Nilaweli Beach is a beautiful stretch of sand that offers the perfect opportunity to relax and unwind. You can soak up the sun, read a book, or take a leisurely stroll along the beach.

Day 06:
Visit Koneshwaram Temple: Koneshwaram Temple is a Hindu temple located on a cliff overlooking the Indian Ocean. It is one of the most important religious sites in Sri Lanka and is dedicated to Lord Shiva. The temple is known for its intricate carvings, colorful statues, and stunning views of the ocean.

Relax on the Beach: On your second day in Nilaweli Beach, you can continue to enjoy the beautiful surroundings and relax on the beach. You can also try out some water sports like jet skiing or parasailing or take a boat ride to explore the nearby islands.
Day 07,08Pasikuda Beach (Relax on the Beach)
Day 07:
Relax on the Beach: Pasikuda Beach is a beautiful and quiet beach that is perfect for relaxation. You can spend the day soaking up the sun, swimming in the clear waters, and enjoying the beautiful surroundings.

Take a Walk Along the Shoreline: The long stretch of beach at Pasikuda is perfect for taking leisurely walks along the shoreline. You can enjoy the views of the ocean, feel the sand between your toes, and take in the beautiful scenery.

Day 08:
Continue to Relax on the Beach: On your second day in Pasikuda Beach, you can continue to enjoy the peaceful surroundings and relax on the beach.
Day 09,10Arugam Bay (Surfing & Relax on the Beach)
Day 09:
Surfing: Arugam Bay is one of the top surf spots in Sri Lanka, with waves that are perfect for both beginners and experienced surfers. You can rent a board and hit the waves, or take a lesson from one of the local surf schools.

Relax on the Beach: When you're not surfing, you can relax on the beautiful beach at Arugam Bay. The beach offers plenty of space to spread out and soak up the sun, and the clear waters are perfect for swimming.

Day 10:
More Surfing: On your second day in Arugam Bay, you can continue to surf and improve your skills. You can explore different surf spots in the area and try out different waves.
Day 11Yala National Park Safari
Yala National Park Safari: You can start your day early and head out for a safari in Yala National Park. The park is known for its large population of leopards, and you may be lucky enough to spot one during your visit. You can also see elephants, deer, wild boars, and a variety of bird species. The park has several safari options, including jeep safaris and guided walking tours.
Day 12,13Unawatuna (Galle Dutch Fort, Whale watching, cooking class)
Day 12:
Visit Galle Dutch Fort: Galle Dutch Fort is a UNESCO World Heritage site located in the nearby city of Galle. It was built by the Dutch in the 17th century and is one of the best-preserved colonial-era forts in Asia. You can explore the fort's ramparts, visit the Dutch Reformed Church, and check out the numerous museums and galleries located within the fort.

Whale Watching:Unawatuna is a great place to go whale watching, with several tour companies offering boat trips to see these majestic creatures in their natural habitat. You can see a variety of whale species, including blue whales, sperm whales, and humpback whales.

Day 13:
Cooking Class: You can take a cooking class and learn how to prepare traditional Sri Lankan dishes. This is a great opportunity to learn about the local cuisine and culture, and to try your hand at cooking some new dishes. Relax on the Beach:Unawatuna has a beautiful beach that is perfect for relaxing and soaking up the sun.
Day 14Colombo (Colombo City Tour)
Colombo City Tour: You can start your day with a city tour of Colombo, which will give you a chance to see some of the city's main attractions. You can visit the Gangaramaya Temple, Independence Square, and the National Museum, which houses a collection of art and artifacts from Sri Lanka's history.
Day 15Departure
it is time to depart from Sri Lanka and head back home. Depending on your flight schedule, you may have some time in the morning or afternoon to do some last-minute shopping or sightseeing.

Make sure to check your flight schedule and leave enough time to get to the airport and enjoy the memories of your amazing Sri Lankan adventure!