Want to visit a beautiful country with the perfect combination of culture, history, and scenic landscape? Sri Lanka could be your next destination! This country is surrounded by the Indian Ocean and has strong religious significance along with mesmerising views. This incredible country has something for everyone, no matter if you like food, adventure, or travel.
Read this informative blog to learn about our Mumbai to Sri Lanka tour packages as we highlight their routes, and amazing places you should visit in this detailed tour handbook!
Your itinerary for the Sri Lanka tour
At NFTT World, we take care of your entire travel plan! Your 5-day and 4-night itinerary for the Mumbai-Sri Lanka tour is planned to cover the highlights of this beautiful destination.
Day 1: Exploring Temples and Enjoying Scenic Drives
As you arrive in Kandy, our guides will give you a warm welcome to this beautiful country so you can begin your journey!
Located in Chilaw, Munishwaram Temple is a must-visit for Ramayana enthusiasts. This temple has a rich history, and it is believed that Lord Rama installed the Ramalinga Shivan after winning Sita from Ravana.
Enjoy the lush green scenery on your 4.5-hour journey as you reach a sacred Buddhist temple in Kandy. Spend some time taking a walk around Kandy Lake and enjoying the traditional Kandyan dance performance before reaching your hotel. Our Jain tour in Sri Lanka is perfect for those who have a vegetarian diet, as we make sure all your needs are catered to!
Day 2: Scenic Highlands and Botanical Gardens
After enjoying your delicious vegetarian breakfast, prepare yourself for a 2.5-hour scenic drive to Nuwara Eliya, which is also known as the ‘little England’ of Sri Lanka. Along the way, you will explore the stunning Peradeniya Royal Botanical Gardens. This paradise has over 4,000 rare plant species and a picturesque orchid garden.
The second stop on the way will be at Baktha Hanuman Temple, where Lord Hanuman took some rest while on his quest to find Sita. Within a few minutes, you will reach the misty town of Nuwara Eliya, where the cool breeze and captivating architecture of the highlands will give you a glimpse of a mini-England. Spend your night at the Nuwara Eliya hotel and enjoy a vegetarian dinner with your loved ones!
Day 3: Exploring the Temples of Nuwara Eliya
Spend your third day in Nuwara Eliya exploring the temples important to the Ramayana. Sita Amman Temple and Divurumpola Temple have religious significance, as Sita prove her purity through the fire trial. There is a huge statue of Lord Rama, and the spirituality of the temple is something that you must experience. End your day by visiting Gayathri Peedam, where the coronation of Vibhisana took place. Conclude your Jain tour in Sri Lanka by having a delicious vegetarian dinner at your hotel.
Day 4: Ravana’s Realm
After having your breakfast, get ready to explore Ravana’s realm. This 4.5-hour journey will take you close to nature amid the green hills and stunning waterfalls. You can explore the jungles where Sita was imprisoned and visit Ravana’s cave, which is said to be a secret place.
Later, you will head towards the capital of the country, Colombo. Here, you will be dropped off at a hotel where you can explore the city and enjoy local cuisine.
Day 5: Farewell
As your 5-day, 4-night journey comes to an end, it leaves you with a treasure trove of cherished memories and meaningful experiences. Before bidding farewell to Colombo, indulge in a mouth-watering breakfast to kickstart your day. Afterward, complete the check-out process and make your way to the airport, carrying with you the happy moments and encounters that have enriched your trip.
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Sri Lanka is an incredible destination with an abundance of natural beauty. While 5 days in Sri Lanka are less, you can still explore a lot of amazing places here. Now that you have a fair idea of what awaits you during your 5-day trip, are you ready to create unforgettable memories in Sri Lanka? Book Mumbai to Sri Lanka tour packages by NFTT World and have the experience of a lifetime!