18-30 Somethings in Sri Lanka

Small Group Holiday



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Check out fish markets, temples, caves and ancient fortresses, take a train ride through the highlands and hike to some spectacular views, encounter elephants on a jeep safari, visit villages and enjoy the amazing food. And when you're done with all that, perhaps lounge on one of the incredible beaches or take in an Ayurvedic massage. Come and discover why they call Sri Lanka the Pearl of the Orient.

Activity / Theme


Culture, 18-30-ish

Sri Lanka

Comfort Level

Physical Rating


Leisurely / Moderate


Public bus, Train, Private vehicle, Jeep


Hotel (10 nights)

Months of Operation

January, February, March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October, November, December


DAY 1 Join your fellow travellers in Negombo
DAY 2 Fish market, spice garden en route to Kandy
DAY 3 Free day to explore Dambulla Cave Temples & Lion Rock
DAY 4 Free day in Kandy
DAY 5 Train to Ella
DAY 6 Hike to Ella Gap via villages
DAY 7 To Tissamaharama, wildlife safari
DAY 8 To the beach at Unawatuna
DAY 9 Free day to explore Galle Fort or the area
DAY 10 Train to Colombo, explore the capital
DAY 11 Say goodbye to your travel friends in Colombo


9 breakfasts, 1 lunch
Negombo - Fish market
Matale - Spice Garden visit
Kandy - Scenic train ride to Ella
Ella - Trek to Ella Gap
Ella - Nine Arch Bridge
Yala/Udawalawe National Park - Wildlife safari
Galle - Walking tour
Galle - Scenic train ride to Colombo
Colombo - City tour by bus
Colombo - Guided Market Visit

Sample tour.  Itinerary, accommodation, transportation, inclusions and prices are correct at the time of publication but may change without prior notice.  Please inquire.

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