12 nights’ luxury accommodation in Kandy, Anuradhapura, Jaffna, Trincomalee and Colombo.
Explore UNESCO World Heritage sites, ancient kingdoms and stunning natural wonders as you embark on privately guided tours.
Learn more about Sri Lankan culture and spirituality with visits to temples and colourful cities.
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Located in the Indian Ocean, southwest of the Bay of Bengal, lies the extraordinary island country of Sri Lanka. With miles of pristine coastline and lush tropical jungle, Sri Lanka offers an unparalleled travel experience. On this suggested itinerary, allow us to show you the natural and cultural beauty of Sri Lanka. Embark on exhilarating temples tours in Kandy, explore the ancient ruins of Anuradhapura and journey on city tours of Jaffna. Complete your Sri Lankan discovery with a relaxing beach stay in Trincomalee.
Your private driver will be waiting to transfer you to your luxury accommodation in Kandy where you will be staying for the next two nights. That evening, enjoy a cultural visit to the Temple of the Tooth.
Set out by tuk tuk to visit the Three Temple Loop.
Embark on an exhilarating day tour led by your private guide, visiting the lesser-known temples of the area, Gadaladeniya, Lankathilaka and Embekke Devalaya. The following morning, explore the flowering walkways of the Botanical Gardens alongside an expert botanist guide.
Transfer to the Cultural Triangle.
Spend three nights in a luxury hotel that is set in the heart of Sri Lanka’s spiritual and cultural heartlands. Catch up on some relaxation as you lounge by the infinity pool and listen to the sounds of the surrounding wildlife.
Explore the ancient ruins of Anuradhapura by bike.
Anuradhapura was a spiritual and secular capital for over a millennium. Alongside your local guide, cycle through more than a dozen archaeological sites and alongside beautiful paddy fields.
Experience Sri Lankan spirituality and culture as you transfer to Jaffna.
During your three night stay in Jaffna, explore important sites including a visit to Nallur Kovil and a guided tour of the bustling Chunnakam Market and Naguleswaram Temple in Keerimalai.
Rise early and pay a visit to the curious coastal island of Delft.
Explore the island’s quaint dwellings, the famed rock structure and its towering baobab tree, which is said to have been introduced by Arabic traders. The island is also home to remnants of an Old Dutch Fort, a poignant reﬂection of Sri Lanka’s colonial past.
Next, it’s time for rest and relaxation in Trincomalee.
You will be transferred to the perfect secluded hideaway in northeast Sri Lanka. Spend three nights winding down on the tranquil shores of the beach. Why not indulge in a rejuvenating spa treatment or soak up the sun by the infinity pool.
Transfer to Colombo for an overnight stay.
You will be privately transferred to Colombo. During your overnight stay, be treated to an exciting gastronomic tour of the city, sampling local street food both sweet and savoury.
Transfer to the international airport for your flight home.
Arrive in Dublin.
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The Kings Pavilion is an intimate, boutique hotel surrounded by greenery and birdlife. Stay in tastefully designed suites that highlight exquisite Kandyan art within a contemporary and tranquil setting.
“We recently travelled to Barcelona and Mallorca with the expert help of Oroko and will never book a holiday any other way again! The staff were so friendly and knowledgable and made the process of booking extremely easy. The travel pack was very impressive with our luggage tags, complimentary treats for the airport, and comprehensive guide to both areas with recommended restaurants which didn’t disappoint. I couldn’t speak highly enough of our experience with this company and would highly recommend to friends.”