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Sri Lanka Expedition: Village & Tea Treks

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Trip Overview
Venture off the tourist trail and uncover the raw beauty of Sri Lankan paradise on this heart-pumping, soul-warming, active adventure that takes you behind the scenes of this irresistible island. Trek deep into steamy jungles amid birdlife and butterflies, traverse the undulating peaks and folds of misty mountain ranges, climb winding staircases to the grounds of an ancient fortress, meander through tea plantations dotted with quaint villages and cool down on a hike through the picturesque highlands – then reward your efforts with an epic sunrise on the summit of Adam’s peak, panoramic vistas from the crown of Sigiriya and a lazy day on the palm-fringed beach of Unawatuna. So, lace up your boots and pack your sense of adventure as you prepare to traverse the enchanting terrain of the Teardrop Isle.
Essential Info
Starts: Negombo
Ends: Colombo
Ages: Min 15
Theme: Walking, Expedition
Trip Code: IHPXA
Countries visited: Sri Lanka
What's Included


13 Breakfasts included
7 Lunches included
4 Dinners included


Private vehicle,Train


Camping (basic facilities) (3 nights),Hotel (10 nights)

Trip Highlights

•   Traverse the unique peaks and folds of the Knuckles Mountain Range, uncovering the paths to remote villages and camping by secluded waterfalls.

•   Soak up the stunning vistas from atop Sri Lanka’s rock-star monument, Sigiriya, after climbing the 1200 steps to the summit of the ancient rock fortress.

•   Connect with a side of the Teardrop Isle that traverses off the tourist trail and trek the diverse landscapes that make up this island slice of paradise.

•   Venture to the summit of Adam’s Peak under moonlight and be rewarded with a mind-blowing sunrise that will imprinted in your memory for years to come.

•   Relax and unwind with a full day of freedom in the palm-fringed paradise of Unawatuna – reward those aching legs with a day on the beach, a dip in the ocean or an indulgent massage – the choice is yours!

Itinerary & Notes
Ayu-bowan! Welcome to Sri Lanka. Known as the ‘Pearl of the Indian Ocean’, the island offers travellers palm-studded beaches, rolling plantations, and sacred sights steeped in spirituality. You can arrive at any time today as there are no activities planned until your important welcome meeting at 5.30 pm. Those arriving early can get into the spirit of seaside Sri Lanka by observing the local fishing craft and perhaps feasting on fresh seafood. Why not warm up your legs for the hike ahead by exploring the beautiful surrounding countryside on a bicycle, which you can rent with help from the hotel reception. This evening, perhaps head out for a meal with your fellow travellers for your first taste of Sri Lankan cuisine.
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