Ramayn Tour

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7 DAYS - 6 NIGHTS
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Ramayn Tour

We have designed this special ramayn tour to cover all the historical places in the ramaran story.

Destinations:

Chillaw

Trincomalee

Kandy

Nuwara Eliya

Colombo

INCLUDED
Accommodation based on Double/Twin sharing
Meals BB Basis: As indicated in the itinerary on a Breakfast in daily basis
Entrance fees at places of visit / monuments
Transport for tour in air conditioned vehicle
Services of an English Speaking chauffer Guide
01 bottle of water per person / per day
Government taxes
NOT INCLUDED
International airfares, visa fees, insurance
Dinner , Lunch or any other meals not mentioned in the itinerary
Additional transfers, optional excursions, entrance not mentioned in the program
Other applicable Supplements.
Porterage at airports, and hotels
Expenses of a personal nature such as drinks, laundry, telephone calls, insurance, camera fees, excess baggage, emergency/medical costs
Tips to drivers, guides and hotel staff
Any services not mentioned above
Any increase in costs beyond our control such as fuel increases, additional government levies and taxes, etc.

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<strong>Day 1 : AIR PORT – CHILLAW</strong>
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Arrival, meet and greet by our representative at the Airport. Proceed to Chillaw. Check in to your Hotel at Chillaw. Afternoon
visit &amp; worship
<strong>Muneeshwaram temple</strong> &amp;
<strong>Manvari Temple</strong>.

<strong>Overnight stay at Chillaw.</strong>
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<strong>Day 2 : CHILLAW-TRINCOMALEE</strong>
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Breakfast at the hotel &amp; After the breakfast proceed to Trincomalee. Enroute worship
<strong>Dambulla Cave Temple</strong>. After the completion proceed to Trincomalee.

<strong>Check in to your hotel at Trincomalee.</strong>

Do the city tour and Visit
<strong>The Koneswaram Kovil</strong> is found on Swami Rock, Shankar Devi &amp; Shakthi Preetam just above Fort Frederick.
Also visit the Sights of the place are the
<strong>seven hot springs</strong> of Kinniya, on the road to Trincomalee.

<strong>Rest of the day is at leisure.</strong>
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<strong>Overnight stay at Trincomalee.</strong>
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<strong>Day 3 : TRINCOMALEE – KANDY</strong>
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Breakfast at the hotel &amp; Early Morning proceed to Kandy Via Sigiriya. En route visit
<strong>Dunuwala</strong> (the site where Ravana died) and
<strong>Laggala</strong> (where Ravana prayed to Lord Shankara). The cartels behind the Dunuvila Lake are called Laggala.
Laggala is derived from the Sinhala term Elakke Gala, which when translated into English gives us the meaning “Target
Rock”. Laggala served as a sentry point to the King Ravana’s army and it was from this rock the first Glimpse of
Lord Rama’s army was sighted. This hill is geographically the highest part of the northern region and on a clear
day Thiru Koneshwaran and Talai Mannar can been seen. King Ravana is believed to have meditated on this rock and
prayed at Thiru Koneshwaran to Lord Shiva. It is here that King Ravana was killed by Lord Rama’s Brahmaastharam.
The top of Laggala is flat and believed to have been hit by the Brahmaastharam.

<strong>After the completion proceed to Kandy.</strong>

<strong>Check in to your hotel at Kandy.</strong>

Explore the city’s
<strong>Temple of the Sacred Tooth Relic</strong>. Wander around the lake and the streets of Kandy getting a feel for this
wonderful city
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<strong>Dinner &amp; Overnight stay at Kandy.</strong>
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<strong>Day 4 : KANDY – NUWARA ELIYA VIA MAHIYANGANAYA</strong>
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Breakfast at the hotel and proceed to Nuwara Eliya Mahiyanganaya.
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<strong>Yahangla </strong>located along the Mahianganaya Wasgamuwsa road and is visible from miles away. Here King Ravana’s
body was displayed after his death to allow his countrymen to offer their last respect.
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Weragantota</strong>was the capital city of King Ravana and means “a place of flying chariot (aircraft) landing”
in Sinhala language. It is believed to be the first place where Sita was brought into Sri Lanka in King Ravana’s
Vimana. These jungles are the place where the city of Lankapura once stood. The city had a beautiful palace for
Queen Mandothari surrounded by waterfalls, streams and varieties of flora and fauna.
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Sita Kotuwa</strong>Sita was kept at Queen Mandodari‘s Palace and later moved first to Sita Kotuwa (translated
“Sita’s Fort”) and finally to Ashoka Vatika. The ruins found here are the remnants of later civilizations.

<strong>Gurulupotha Lankapura h</strong>ere was an flying chariot (aircraft) repair center known as Gurulupotha. In Valmiki’s
depiction King Ravana’s Vimana resembled a huge peacock. The Vimana in Sinhala language means Dhandu Monara which
is known as “flying peacock”; hence the name Gurulupotha, which means “parts of birds”.

<strong>After the completion proceed to Nuwara Eliya.</strong>
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<strong>Check in to your hotel at Nuwara Eliya.</strong>
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<strong>Day 5 : NUWARA ELIYA</strong>
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After the breakfast to day You can visit
<strong>Seetha Eliya Temple</strong> and
<strong>Haggala Gardens</strong>. And also visit to
<strong>Gayathri preedam</strong>.

<strong>Sita Amman Temple -</strong>The Sita Amman Temple can be seen en route to the Hakgala Botanical Gardens. The prominent
temple architecture will not fail to attract your attention. Ancient statues of Rama and Sita can be seen on one
side of the temple. The temple today is a modern building with its paintings, statues and pillars decorated with
sculptures; all depicting the tale of Rama and Sita. Also visit Huggala Botanical Garden.-(Ashok Vatika patnam)

<strong>Divurumpola Temple – </strong>Still revered by thousands, this holy haven was the place where Sita performed her
Agni Pariksha (proving her chastity) to her husband Rama. Continuing the practice for thousands of years, villagers
still pledge their fidelity or take oaths there and even in certain courts, this agreement was binding. This place
has been respected and worshipped by people down the ages

<strong>Ravana Cave &amp; Ravana Ella – </strong>History says that the cave is used by King Ravana to hide Princess Sita.
Located about 2 km from the Ella town. The cave lies on the foundation of a cliff and is one of the most popular
tourist attractions in Sri Lanka with a historical value.

<strong>After the completion back to the hotel at Nuwara Eliya.</strong>
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<strong>Overnight stay at Nuwara Eliya.</strong>
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<strong>Day 6 : NUWARA ELIYA – COLOMBO</strong>
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After the breakfast proceed to Colombo.

<strong>Check in to your hotel at Colombo.</strong>

Visit Sri
<strong>Anjaneear Temple (Hanuman)</strong> Colombo Panchamuga Anjaneear Kovil is dedicated to Mighty Hanuman. Also this
is the only temple in the world to have a chariot for Hanuman.
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<strong>Kelaniya Temple – Vibishana Temple.</strong> This temple premises is a holy place for Buddhist. Buddha’s third visit
to this temple was very significant for Sri Lankan Buddhist. Also there is Vibishana temple and it is also famous
among Sri Lankan. Also it is believed that Kelaniya is the place from where King Vibishana ruled after being crowned
by Laxshmana.
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<strong>Overnight stay at Colombo.</strong>
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<strong>Day 7 : COLOMBO – AIRPORT</strong>
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<strong>After the breakfast proceed to the Airport for the departure flight 03 hours prior to the flight time.
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