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Get yourself absorbed in the wonders of Sri Lanka, in a one-day trip to 5 different places that simply describe the pleasant culture of this Island. Discover the traditional marvels at World Heritage Sites Sigiriya and Dambulla Cave temple. And experience the diverse cultures in Kovils and Hybrid temples like Sri Muthumariamman Temple and Nalanda Gedige, where the former has beautiful Architecture and the latter is believed to be the center of Sri Lanka. And you can’t skip over the element Sri Lanka is most famous for; its spices. Wander the Ranweli Spice Garden for its various spices frequently used in Sri Lankan Cuisine and vital herbs used in Ayurveda. This package covers all the above destinations in a private guided tour. Tour in an air-conditioned vehicle with a certified chauffeur-cum-tour guide. The Tour guide is fluent in English and has prior experience tending to tourists.
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7/16/2020 - 6/21/2024
Monday - Sunday : 12:00 AM - 11:59 PM
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30/A, Nrupathunga Rd, Ambedkar Veedhi, Sampangi Rama Nagar, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560001, India
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Sri Muthumariamman Temple is a Kovil at Matale, Sri Lanka, built in late 1800s, and dedicated to Goddess Mariamman (goddess of rain and Fertility), a deity worshipped by Hindus. It has adapted the common Dravidian Architecture usually seen in major Kovils. However, one of the unique features in this kovil, is its high Gopuram (an enticingly decorated large tower) named 'Raja Koburum'. It is one of the largest Gopurams in Srilanka. Make sure to notice the Architectural features of this sacred cultural heritage.
Nalanda Gedige is believed to be the center of Sri Lanka. The structure, which is about 1000 years old is made of rock and lime, where its architecture demonstrates a combination of both Buddhist and Hindu art. You can come across Buddhist and Hindu sculptures and art placed in the Dravidian Style structure if you get the chance for a visit.
The Dambulla cave temple is listed as a World Heritage site by UNESCO. The temple consists of five caves with the surfaces of rock inside the caves washed in deliberate designs and art inspired by the Life of Gautama Buddha and Buddhism. With an ancient history, this place adorns many elements representing its history. Though there are minor renovations made, the history of this sacred place is protected and the premises are open for visitors to experience its beauty.
The Ranweli Spice Garden located about an hour’s drive from Kandy grows the spices essential in Sri Lankan Cuisine and has the herbs required by traditional Ayurveda Medicine. This place is sure to be an inspiration to all botanical admirers. Moreover, they offer Beverages inspired by the spices they grow. They also have their own store at the grounds where the visitors have the remarkable chance to purchase 100% organic and pure products.
Sigiriya Rock Fortress is a World heritage site as announced by UNESCO in 1982. The creation of this rock has an appealing backstory. There are main elements of this fortress worth noticing. For example, the Fresco paintings of female figures which have no exact theory of what it represents up-to-date but the theories made so far are exciting. Another feature would be the Lion’s Paw entrance you will encounter at the start of the climb. The other elements such as the mirror wall and the boulders garden are some interesting sights as well. Visiting the Rock fortress will give you a worthy experience for your visit and add more joyful memories.
You can cancel up to 24 hours in advance of the experience for a full refund.
Product code: 265891P2