Whether it is to explore Sri Lanka’s popular tourist attractions, or discover less touristy places, there are several places in Sri Lanka that are off the beaten track. We will be delighted to personally craft itineraries to suit your requirements.


Your journey with Euro Asia Travels begins today as you arrive in Colombo.

Upon your arrival, you will be met by our representative of Euro Asia Travels with a signage and a fresh garland of flowers. You will then be transferred to your accommodation in Negombo.

Overnight stay in Negombo

This morning proceed to Wasgamuwa, well known for its abundant wildlife population, wilderness setting and home of several interesting ancient sites.

Overnight stay in Wasgamuwa

Embark on an excursion to discover Wasgamuwa National Park.

See a fascinating array of wildlife from colorful butterflies to majestic elephants. The Park which was originally a nature reserve was elevated to the status of a National Park in 1984 with the objective of providing a safe refuge for the wildlife displaced as a result of the Mahaweli Development Project.

Overnight stay in Wasgamuwa

Proceed to Haputale.

Overnight stay in Haputale

The Maligawila Buddha statue dates back to the 7th century AD and is the largest freestanding image of Lord Buddha in Sri Lanka, reaching a height of about 14 metres. Carved out of a single block of limestone, this statue was discovered in fragments. This huge pinkish white Maligawila Buddha statue glistens in the tropical sun.

The ancient rock sculptures at Buduruwagala are fascinating and are carved into a 70ft granite cliff. The sculptures are said to date back to the 8th century and consists of seven gigantic Buddhist figures from the Mahayana Buddhist doctrine.

Overnight stay in Haputale

Full day at leisure for you to explore this stunning property at your own pace.

Overnight stay in Haputale

Drive to Galle, passing through paddy fields and Chena cultivations.

Overnight stay in Galle

Explore the Kanneliya Forest Reserve early in the morning.

Kanneliya is one of the richest areas in Asia in terms of its flora and fauna; many animal and plant species native to Sri Lanka, including 20 of the island’s 26 endemic birds can be found here. There are also 78 small villages that lie hidden between the trees. Trek through the rainforest shaded from the sun by the thick canopy above and keep your eyes peeled for monkeys, birds, chameleons and snakes lurking among the tropical undergrowth.

Overnight stay in Galle

Morning at leisure enjoying Galle at your own pace. Enveloped within the Galle Fort is a maze of narrow roads lined with small houses, restaurants, shops, villas and boutique hotels and is an utterly enchanting place to explore. Wander along the ramparts of Galle Fort exploring the various art galleries, shops and eateries.

In the evening enjoy a cycling tour exploring the countryside around Galle passing lush green paddy fields, electric blue kingfishers, big black buffalos, inland lakes, tea hills, cinnamon fields and the ever smiling and vibrant local village life.

Overnight stay in Galle

Bid farewell to this little paradise as you are transferred from your hotel to the airport to board your homebound flight.


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