Ayurvedic tour of Sri Lanka 01

Ayurvedic tour of Sri Lanka 01


Day 01

AIRPORT/NEGOMBO  (Approx 25 minutes drive – about 15 KM )

Arrive in Sri Lanka. You will be met by a representative of MAC Travels and transferred to Negombo.  

NEGOMBO * - Negombo is a picturesque fishing village located on the west coast of Sri Lanka , just north of Colombo. Close to the Bandaranaike International Airport , extending this village on the shores of a lagoon of the same name , is a good starting point before exploring the rest of the island.

Consultation with the doctor and treatment according to Ayurveda consultation 

 Dinner and overnight at the hotel 

 Ayuruveda Pavillion Negombo 

Day 02

NEGOMBO / ANURADHAPURA (Approx. 04 ½ hours drive – about 175 KM )

AM after breakfast, transfer to Anuradhapura And Visit the ancient capital of Anuradhapura.

The city of Anuradhapura is situated 220 kilometers away from Colombo in the North Central province of Sri Lana.Founded in the 05th century BC, Anuradhapura is revered as the ‘first kingdom’ of ancient Sri Lanka. Considered the cradle of the glorious Sinhalese Buddhist Civilization, this monastic city boasts the tallest ‘dagoba’ of the country and many ancient remains such as palaces, temples, monasteries, ceremonial baths and irrigational network aswell as amazing wildlife and its humble farming community. Anuradhapura is home to the ‘Eight Great Places of Veneration’ (including Jaya Sri Maha Bodhi, Ruwanwelisaya, Thuparamaya, Lovamahapaya, Abhayagiri Dagaba). Declared as a World Heritage City by UNESCO, this city is located within the ‘Cultural Triangle’ of the island. This city is a ‘must visit’ for anyone interested in Sri Lankan heritage and history as it gives great insight into an ancientand glorious civilization of yester year.

Arrive to Hotel.

Then enjoy an Ayurveda treatment

Head massage

Dinner and overnight at the Ulpotha Anuradhapura

Day 03

ANURADHAPURA / POLONNARUWA / SIGIRIYA  (Approx. 04 ½ hours drive – about 195 

AM After breakfast departure in Polonnaruwa. En route, the excursion to Polonnaruwa -splendid medieval capital of Sri Lanka.

To the east of the Cultural Triangle, following the Anuradhapura era is the second ancient capital of Sri Lanka, ‘Polonnaruwa.’ This ancient city is adorned with the remnants of the glorious kingdom of the Great King Parakramabahu I. The ruins stand on the east shore of a large artificial lake, the ‘Topa Wewa’ , or ‘Parakrama Samudra’ (the Sea of Parakrama), created by King Parakramabahu I, who was quoted as saying that "not even a drop of water from the rain must flow into the ocean without being made useful to mankind".
Another draw for tourists is the city's population of ‘toque macaques’. The monkeys have been living in the ruins since human occupation and continued to thrive here long after it was void of humans. Polannaruwa has been declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.

Transfer to hotel.

It is time to enjoy a different treatment of ayurveda
"Shirodhara" (Stimulation of oil on the forehead)
Herbal bath

Dinner and overnight at Hotel Sigiriya

Day 04


Early morning indulge in yoga exercises!!!

Late afternoon visit of the fortress of Sigiriya

PM Leave for visit Sigiriya Rock fortress.

“Sigiriya Rock Fortress” is one of the most valuable historical monuments of Sri Lanka and it is a unique witness to the civilization of Ceylon during the years of the reign of King Kasyapa I. Having seized the power after killing his father through a coup, King Kasyapa chose to establish his kingdom in Sigiriya. After his death, it is believed that the fortress was used as a Buddhist monastery until the 14th century. Sigiriya displays the cumulative effect of science of town planning, arts, architecture, construction, landscape architecture and the science of water management practiced in Sri Lanka in the 5th century A.D and was declared as a World Heritage site in 1982 by UNESCO. The world renowned frescoes of the ‘Heavenly Maidens’ of Sigiriya were admired by many who climbed the steeps of Sigiriya and their admiration was noted in poems on the mirror wall of the fortress. Sigiriya is by far one of the most magnificent ancient sites in Sri Lanka and is the most visited tourist attraction.Experience the treatment of Ayurveda- Vaspa Sweda and Sauna

Dinner and overnight at the hotel Hotel Sigiriya 

Day 05

SIGIRIYA / MATALE / KANDY  (Approx. 03 ½ hours drive – about 100 KM )

 AM After Breakfast leave for visit Kandy.

 En- route lunch at a Spice garden

Arrive in Kandy visit Embekke Devalaya

Embekke Devale, famed for its elaborate woodcarvings, pillars and other structures, nestle in the Udu Nuwara. It lies close to Daulagala about eight miles from Kandy.Enticing Wood carvings – The UNESCO has identified these marvelous but elaborate carvings on wooden pillars to be the finest products of woodcarvings to be found in any part of the world.

 Then enjoy an Ayurveda treatment – Foot Massage

 Dinner and overnight at the hotel. Tree of Life

Day 06

KANDY/ ELLA (Approx. 04 ½ hours drive – about 145 KM )

AM After breakfast at the hotel and departure to Ella by train. Transfer to Kandy Railway Station to take the local train. The journey by train is about five hours with several stops in typical stations.

Arrival at the Ella train station, your guide will meet you there. Then do a short tour of the city of Ella and transfer to the hotel by vehicle

Time for relaxation. Enjoy Ayurveda Body Treatment...

Dinner and overnight at the hotel. 98 Acres

Day 07

ELLA / BENTOTA (Approx. 05 hours drive – about 205 KM )

Early Morning attend for Yoga Exercises.

After Breakfast stay leisure at the Hotel.

Experience the aromatic deep tissue massage.

Then transfer to Bentota.

Check in to Hotel.

Dinner & Overnight stay at Hotel Ayuruveda Aida Bentota

Day 08


Breakfast at hotel and leisure by the beach hotel.

Dinner & Overnight stay at Hotel Ayuruveda Aida 

Day 09

BENTOTA / AIRPORT (Approx. 03 ½ hours drive – about 100 KM )

Then transfer to the airport for departure.