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Explore our exotic city of Colombo. We will let you have a feel and look of Colombo on our half day city tour of Colombo. We will pick you up at the hotel in the morning or afternoon. Tour will begin from the Fort area of Colombo which has been named fort because of it being a fort during the times of Portuguese and Dutch. Later we will take you to Colombo National Museum to see some of the great specimens of arts crafts and archeology of Colombo.You have a chance to see a Hindu Temple, Buddhist Temple and the Jami Ul Alfar Jumma Mosque of Colombo.


Continue your tour of Colombo through the Wolfendhal Dutch Church, Hulfts dorp Law Courts as you drive along the residential area of Cinnamon Gardens, and also visit the Independence Square and Bandaranayake Memorial International Conference Hall. Your tour will end here and we will bring you back to your respective hotel.

Destinations Involved


Locals refer to Sigiriya as the Eighth Wonder of the World, and once there in person it’s easy to see why. The ancient palace and fortress complex is one of the most valuable historical monuments of Sri Lanka, with great See More


A major city in Sri Lanka and the capital of the North Central Province – gained recognition as ‘a great city’ following the arrival of a cutting from the Bodhi Tree... See More


Considered a very sacred place by the Tamil and Sinhalese, both Trincomalee and its surroundings have both Hindu and Buddhist sites (sacred to Hindu’s and Buddhist’s)... See More


Declared a World Heritage site by UNESCO, Polonnaruwa is the islands second largest kingdom; to date, the ancient city remains one of the best planned Archaeological sites See More


The capital of Sri Lanka – the largest city and main port of Sri Lanka. Colombo’s long and rich history as a port on the ancient east-west trading routes... See More

Tour Activities

Arrival in Colombo and begin tour of the city. Tour includes visiting the following places of interest:

Considered one of the most important temples in Colombo, the Gangaramaya Temple is a truly remarkable sight. A fascinating combination of Sri Lankan, Thai, Indian and Chinese architecture, this stunning temple is ideally located nearly the calm waters of Beira lake

Built as a symbol of the long and rich history of Sri Lanka and also the day it gained independence in ‘48, the impressive Independence Square attracts both locals and tourists alike

Standing at an impressive 40+ feet, the Standing Buddha statue was carved out of a large granite rock-face during the 5th Century

Holds numerous collections of great value and importance to Sri Lanka, including the crown and throne of the Kandyan.

This is both the oldest and the largest park of the port of Colombo and is located next to the National Museum.

This temple is believed to be hallowed by Buddhists after the third and final visit of Lord Buddha – eight years after enlightenment. Its history dates back to before 500 BCE. It remains one of the most revered temples of the orient.

Fun for everyone, and the Elephants sure know how to put on a good show!

Where time permits, further sightseeing of nearby attractions.
Transport to and drop off at Hotel.

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