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Seat-in-coach Tour

Carry unforgettable memories visiting the historic Rock Fortress of Sigirya, Dambulla Cave Temple, Kandy city with Royal Botanic Gardens and a visit to a Tea Factory until enjoying a sightseeing tour of the Capital for an unbelievable price.

  • Peace n Serenity Tour    

    Peace n Serenity Tour

    Explore the unique island heritage. Head to the Kandy town and soak up its historic past and culture, explore Dambulla rock temple, climb...

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    Mini Island Tour

    This tour will take you to historic Dambulla Cave Temple to the Dalada Temple and various cultural activities in Kandy including the Royal...

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    Seat-in-coach Tour

    This is a group tour operated daily. Minimum number of participants is 2 (two) persons. Bookings are accepted until 3 days before each tour...

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Seat-in-coach Tour



3 Nights 4 Days

Day 01

Arrival to Sri Lanka, Maldiviana Holidays  Guide will meet you at the airport, and drive you to Negombo.

Located only 15 km from Colombo Interenational Airport, Negombo offers a wide beach. Used by the Portuguese, Dutch and British as the main export harbor for cinnamon, you still can see many historical buildings. Enjoy watching the old world fishing crafts like the outrigger canoes and the catamarans bringing a variety of marine fishes like seers, skipjacks, pomfrets and amber-jacks. In the lagoon, lobsters and prawns are caught and served as fascinating delicacies in the restaurants. On Negombo’s long Beach you’ll find many seafood restaurants, bars and shops and entertainment venues.

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Day 02

Breakfast at the hotel.

Proceed to Pinnawala.
Visit the Elephant Orphanage at Pinnawala.
The Elephant Orphanage is located on a large coconut plantation adjacent to the Maha Oya River. It was founded in 1975 in order to protect and provide care and sanctuary to the orphaned elephants that were found in the wild. Pinnawala has the largest herd of captive elephants in the world. By the early 2012, there were 78 elephants from 3 generations living in the Orphanage.
The main attraction is the opportunity to observe the bathing elephants at close quarters from the broad river bank as the herd interact socially, playing and bathing. Visitors to the park also can view many different aspects of the care and daily routine of the elephants, such as bottle feeding of baby elephants and feeding of adult elephants. This feeding takes place daily at 9:15 am, 1:15 pm and 5:00 pm. The herd get their twice a day river baths from 10:00 am to 12:00 noon and from 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm.

Thereafter, proceed to Sigiriya.
Visit the historical Sigiriya Rock Fortress (A UNESCO World Heritage Site).
Soaring above the surrounding plains to towering heights, the cloud hugging rock of Sigiriya is regarded by many as one of the wonders of the world. This 5th Century rock fortress is one of the Island’s 8 World Heritage Sites and was the innermost stronghold of the 70 hectare fortified town. The two enormous artfully sculpted lion paws are all that remains of the giant recumbent lion to which the rock was transformed into, giving the rock its name. Executed daringly, on a stupendous scale, it prompts one to marvel at the creative vision that was behind this structure. The summit of this rock was the unlikely setting for a courtly paradise of elegant pavilions, amid water gardens and pools, all perched 180 meters (600 ft) above the surrounding jungle.
Painted under an overhanging rock, of the original 500 or so frescoes which vie with those in Ajanta in Western India, only 21 remain. The figures are portraits of ‘Apsaras’ (celestial nymphs) and attendants above clouds – offering flowers, scattering petals or bathing.

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Day 03

Breakfast at the hotel.
Visit the historical Dambulla Rock Cave Temple (A UNESCO World Heritage Site), which is also known as the Golden Temple of Dambulla. It is the largest and best preserved cave temple complex in Sri Lanka. This cave complex dates from the 3rd and 2nd centuries BC, when it was already established as one of the largest and most important monasteries. King Valagambahu is traditionally thought to have converted the caves into a temple in the 1st century B.C.
The rock towers 160m over the surrounding plains. Major attractions are spread over 5 caves, which contain statues and paintings which are related to Lord Buddha and his life. There are a total of 153 Buddha statues of which the largest colossal figure of Buddha is carved out of a rock, spanning 14 meters. 3 statues of Sri Lankan kings and 4 other statues of Hindu gods and goddesses are also found. The murals cover an area of 2,100 square meters, which is the largest area of ancient wall paintings found in the world.

Proceed to Kandy en route visiting a spice garden to see different spices for which Sri Lanka is famous for, and how some of these spices are grown and processed and to witness a cookery demonstration.

Check in at the hotel in Kandy (Options for hotel as detailed below)
Do a sightseeing tour of Kandy (A UNESCO World Heritage Site). The Kandyan kingdom, the last bastion of the Sri Lankan political power against the colonial forces, is the home for the Temple of the Sacred Tooth Relic and the site of one of the world’s most impressive annual festivals – the Esala Perahera. The Temple contains the most sacred relic of the Buddhists today and the most precious of Sinhalese pride. The upper storey houses the sacred relic and a library containing 800 year old palm leaf religious manuscripts. The Pooja (ceremonies of veneration) are held at dawn and dusk daily and these are moments when the Temple comes to life with pilgrims making offerings of flowers amidst clouds of incense and the beating of traditional ritual drums.
The city is visually rich with its narrow streets lined with characterful old buildings. The lake built by the last Sinhala King Sri Wickrama Rajasinghe in 1798 is still a focal attraction. The market has a good display of traditional arts and craft, textiles and gems & jewelry. Visit a gem lapidary to learn the forming of over 40 precious stone varieties that Sri Lanka is home for into desirable decorative items.
In the evening witness a cultural show of traditional Sri Lankan performing arts, featuring a series of ceremonial and ritual dances, and fire walking.

Overnight Stay at Hotel.


Day 04

Breakfast at the Hotel.
Visit the Royal Botanic Gardens at Peradeniya.
Home to over 4000 species of indigenous and foreign plants, the 60 hectare Royal Botanic Gardens of Peradeniya comprise of many attractively tended sections including the Flower Garden, the Spice Garden, the lake, the Orchid House as well as a collection of bamboo and palms.
The area where the Botanic Gardens stand was first a pleasure garden of the Kandyan kings since 1371. After the Kandyan kingdom fell into the hands of the British, the Botanic Gardens was established in 1821. During the time of the British, the key function of the Gardens was to conduct research into and introduce economic crops such as cinnamon, coffee and rubber. Currently, the Garden’s functions include authenticating and conserving plants, managing and developing the National Herbarium, providing educational opportunities to the public as well as promoting domestic floriculture and horticulture.
Thereafter visit a tea plantation and a tea factory at Giragama. Observe all about the process of manufacturing and grading tea and taste a cup of fresh Ceylon Tea at the factory.

Proceed to Colombo.

Do a city tour of Colombo.
Colombo is the commercial capital and the largest city of Sri Lanka. It is a busy and a vibrant city with a mixture of modern and colonial forms. Due to its large harbour and its strategic position along the East-West sea trade routes, Colombo was known to ancient traders since thousands of years ago. It has been the capital of the island since the British colonial time. The city is home to a majority of Sri Lanka’s corporate offices, shopping and entertainment venues. Famous landmarks in Colombo include the Galle Face Green, the twin tower World Trade Centre, British time buildings in Colombo Fort, the Town Hall, Vihara Maha Devi Park, Gangarama Temple, the Independence Square, Bandaranaike Memorial International Conference Hall. The modern shopping malls and specialty stores carry high quality goods at very affordable prices.






Paradise Beach Hotel

Jetwing Sea


Kassapa Lions Rock Hotel

Amaya Lake


Hotel Hilltop







Package includes:

  • Accommodation for 3 nights in Standard rooms at a hotel listed for the location.
  • Bed & breakfast basis
  • Group transportation by an air-conditioned vehicle as detailed in the tour itinerary.
  • Services of an English Speaking Chauffeur Guide if the group is below 7 pax
  • English speaking National Guide if the group is more than 7 pax
  • All currently applicable service charges and taxes of the included services.

Package does not include:

  •   Lunch and dinner
  •   Entrance fees for the visited sites
  •   Camera permits, where applicable
  •   Expenses of a personal nature
  •   Christmas and New year eve supplements at hotels
  •   Departure Airport transfer
  •   Any other services not specified

Situated almost at the centre of the island’s northern plains, the city rose to prominence very early in the development of Sri Lanka, and maintained its pre-eminent position for more than a millennium until being finally laid waste by Indian invaders in 993. Today, Anuradhapura remains a magical place....

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Pinnawala Elephant Orphanage
Pinnawala Elephant Orphanage

Pinnawala Elephant Orphanage is home to the world’s largest troupe of captive pachyderms. The animals here range from newborns to elderly matriarchs, and include abandoned elephants, as well as those injured in the wild. Twice daily the elephants are driven to the Ma Oya river for a leisurely bath but...

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Hill Country
Hill Country

Occupying the island’s southern heartlands, the sublime green heights of the hill country are a world away from the sweltering coastal lowlands – indeed nothing encapsulates the scenic diversity of Sri Lanka as much as the short journey by road or rail from the humid urban melee of Colombo to the cool...

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Eastern Sri Lanka’s major town, Trincomalee has been celebrated since antiquity for its superlative deep-water harbour, one of the finest in the world. The town served as the major conduit for the island’s seaborne trade during the Anuradhapura and Polonnaruwa periods, and the harbour was later fought...

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About 165 km away from Colombo, the spectacular citadel of Sigiriya – a remarkable archeological site made unforgettable by its dramatic setting rises sheer and impregnable out of the denuded plains of the dry zone, sitting atop a huge outcrop of gneiss rock towering 200m above the surrounding countryside....

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Hotel Villa Viana, No 64A/1, Modara Wella, Marawila


What they say:


Ichirō Tsukada – Akiruno-shi, Tokyo 197-0833 Japan

We have just arrived back in Kyiv after the most incredible holiday in Sri Lanka. It has been a tour of a lifetime arranged by Maldiviana Holidays. The 6 days we spent truly added so much to our experience. Our only sadness is that we were not able to spend more time

Kateryna Berezhnaya – m. Kyiv, 03110 Ukraine

My family have asked me to thank you once again for our wonderful tour of Sri Lanka. You looked after us so nicely & we saw more than we had expected. Historical places were totally magnificent, to finish with that relaxing beach holiday, but so much more besides.

Blažek Ivánek – Praha 4, 14000 Czech Republic

We spent 2 weeks in Sri Lanka & Maldives, in the capable hands of Maldiviana. Everything worked without a hitch. Excellent experience and I can’t say enough about guides. They were knowledgeable, but more importantly, they understood our expectations every time.

Oksana Fyodorova – Voronejskaya obl, 247112 Russia


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