Luxury Program - 03

Luxury Program - 03


Day 01

AIRPORT/KALELIYA (Approx. 01 hour drive – about 35 KM )

Arrive in Sri Lanka. You will be met by a representative of MAC Travels and transferred to the Boutique hotel in Kaleliya. Check-in and relax at the hotel. Evenings will be free to explore the surrounding areas and visit Cadjugama.


Stop off at one of the many stalls in the “Village of Cashew Nuts” and taste the variety of flavoured cashews or cadju’s as they are locally known. Chilli roasted cadju are a local treat whilst raw cadjus can be used as a tropical ingredient in curries and salads or as a gift to take home. 

Overnight stay at Casa Helconia

Day 02

KALELIYA/ MADUL KELLE (Approx. 03 ½ hours drive – about 120 KM )

After breakfast leave for Madol Kele. Spend the evening exploring surrounding areas

Overnight stay at Madulkelle Tea & Eco Lodge

Day 03


After breakfast, enjoy a Bird watching tour around the area. Spend the evening exploring surrounding areas

Overnight stay at Madulkelle Tea & Eco Lodge

Day 04

MADUL KELLE/RADELLA (Approx. 03 ½ hours drive – about 140 KM )

After Breakfast leave Radella en route to visiti the Tea factory and water falls.

Spend the evening exploring surrounding areas

Set off on an exciting journey that will take you deep into where the treasures of this hill town exists. Nuwara Eliya, widely known as "Little England" has long hailed as the only destination in the island that abounds with some of the finest waterfalls in Asia. Witness these rolling cascades as they fall over rocky outcrops when you stay at Langdale by Amaya, giving you easy access to the most popular waterfalls in the area. Prepare for a vivid experience, presenting you the option of capturing countless moments such as these on your camera.

Located in Talawakele, Devon Falls is among the most prominent waterfalls in the country. With an altitude of 1140 metres above sea level, this waterfall in ranked as one of the 20 highest waterfalls in Sri Lanka, towering 97 metres above the surrounding landscape. Rushing over the precipice, Devon Falls is known for its three cascades that fall with majestic force into a clear pool. Adding further beauty to this phenomenal atmosphere is the greenery that surrounds it, including stately trees and lush foliage.

In close proximity to Devon Falls lies St. Clair Falls, another popular attraction in the hill-country. This site is known for its beautiful scenery, along with its peculiar double drops, each approximately 90m high. Hear the gushing sound of water, as it surges over the rocky precipice falling into the stream below. Other waterfalls in the area include Bakers Falls, Bopath Ella, Aberdeen Waterfall and Dunhinda Waterfall to mention a few

Overnight stay at Langdale by Amaya

Day 05

RADELLA/KOSLANDA (Approx. 02 ½ hours drive – about 90 KM )

After Breakfast proceed to Koslanda. Leisure at the hotel

Overnight stay at Living Heritage Koslanda

Day 06

KOSLANDA/GAL OYA (Approx. 02 ½ hours drive – about 130 KM )

After breakfast leave for Gal Oya. In the evening explore Gal Oya national park in a safari Jeep.

Overnight stay at Gal Oya Lodge

Day 07


After breakfast proceed to visit Rathugala aborigines.Later return to the lodge.

Overnight stay at Gal Oya Lodge

Day 08

GAL OYA/BATTICALOA/WELIGAMA (Approx. 02 ½ hours drive – about 130 KM )

After breakfast proceed to Batticaloa to visit the city. Later afternoon charter a Helicopter/Sea plane to reach Koggala/Weligama.

Overnight stay at Cape Weligama

Day 09


After early breakfast proceed for a whale watching trip in Mirissa. Spend the evening at leisure at the luxurious Cape Weligama resort.

Overnight stay at Cape Weligama

Day 10

WELIGAMA/COLOMBO/ AIRPORT (Approx. 03 ½ hours drive – about 185 KM )

After Breakfast leave for Colombo Colombo sightseeing tour Colombo, the largest city in Sri Lanka, is the commercial capital and located on the west coast of the island. Due to its large harbour and its strategic position along the East-West sea trade routes, Colombo was well known to ancient traders 2,000 years ago. It was made the capital of the island when Sri Lanka was ceded to the British Empire in 1815 and its status as capital was retained when the nation became independent in 1948. The city is a mishmash of colonial style buildings, commercial high rises, hotels and of course the glorious oceanfront known as ‘Galle Face Green.’ Some of the finest structures built during the colonial times are still preserved in a part of the city known as ‘The Fort.’ Among the top sites to visit whilst in Colombo are Independence Square, Galle Face Hotel (which is the country’s oldest hotel built in 1868) and the adjoining Galle Face Green, The Fort, the bustling streets of Pettah, Town Hall and the Parliament building in Kotte. Nightlife in Colombo is nothing to complaint about as the city boasts ample popular nightclubs and bars, mostly frequented by Colombo’s social elite. Colombo is a great city to unwind in and is a stop worth taking for some rest and relaxation!

Transfer to the airport for departure.