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Aborgine Tour

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Day 1 : Negombo

Ayubowan, welcome to Sri Lanka! Upon touching down at Bandaranayake international airport your driver will be waiting to transfer to your beach hotel in Negombo so you can enjoy a relaxing evening by the sea.

Day 02 Sigiriya

After a delicious meal, in the morning we leave to Sigiriya. In the journey we flying visit pineries and tile / brick manufactories. On the way you can witness some other important places. On our way to Sigiriya we first visit the Dambulla cave temple. After enjoying such memorable and interesting moments we relax in a pool in a hotel nearby Sigiriya Rock.

Day 03 Trincomalee

Heading back south across former No Man’s Land we arrive at Trincomalee with its world-famous deepwater harbor. Trinco was a British naval base during World War II and a war cemetery for sailors and servicemen who perished during hostilities with the Japanese is situated just outside town. Passing through bustling Trinco town we visit historic Koneswaram Hindu temple, perched on a rocky outcrop overlooking the ocean. The original temple dates to 400 BC but in 1622 Portuguese colonialists, intolerant of other religions, destroyed the temple and pushed the remains over the cliffs into the sea. The temple was later restored and is a beautiful place of worship with stunning views. We spend the night in Nilaweli to the north of Trinco

Day 4 Polonnaruwa

After a peaceful night by the ocean, we head west once more for the ancient city of Polonnaruwa, seat of the 2nd Kingdom of Sri Lanka. Stretching over rolling grassland, Polonnaruwa’s ruined palaces and dagobas provide a fascinating insight into a past reign of glory. Dating to the 11thcentury, Polonnaruwa replaced Anuradhapura as Sri Lanka’s ruling city after a devastating invasion by invaders from south India. It reached its height in the 12th century. The most famous of Polonnaruwa’s rulers, King Parakramabahu1, created the vast Parakrama Samudra (Sea of Parakrama) which remains one of the finest examples of Sri Lanka’s skill at water management. We stay overnight at Polonnaruwa.

Day 5 Mahiyangana

After breakfast we saddle up & ride to the citadel of King Parakramabahu the great in Polonnaruwa. Most of the morning will be given over to seeing the various historic sights including the beautiful carved Buddhist statues of Gal Vihara. Leaving the ancient city we head south to Dambana, ancient home of Sri Lanka's indigenous Veddah people. As the sun sets we enjoy traditional Veddah dancing and food & drink before retiring to our hotel.

Day 6 Knuckles

Looming before us we will see the recumbent folds and peaks of a section of mountain known as the Knuckles for its resemblance to a clenched fist. Singhalese locals have traditionally referred to the area as Dumbara Kanduvetiya meaning mist-laden mountain range. The entire area is characterized by its striking landscapes often robed in thick layers of cloud and mist. We spend the night at Knuckels Mountains.

Day 7 Kandy

The second-largest city in Sri Lanka after Colombo, Kandy is famous for its Royal Botanical Gardens and the Temple of the Tooth. Situated in a beautiful highland region of tea plantations, Kandy was capital city of the last remaining independent kingdom of Sri Lanka after the coastal regions were conquered by the Portuguese, Dutch and British respectively. It was capital city from 1592 until 1815 when it at last capitulated to the British. The famous Royal Botanical Gardens were Lord Mountbatten’s headquarters during the Second World War. We Spend the Night at Kandy

Day 8 Haputale

After breakfast we saddle up and set off on the back roads for the long climb up to Nuwara eliya near the top of Sri Lanka's Highlands. We ride along gravel and dirt tracks through tea estates and factories with stunning views of waterfalls and mountains. Having climbed up to the climax of the Nuwara eliya, we descend to Haputale. This town is one of the unique places in Sri Lanka. straddling a spine in the mountains with panoramic views to the east, south and west. We spend the night at Haputale

Day 9 Yala

From Haputhale the road snakes down through the mountains onto the great southern plains leading to the Indian Ocean coast. We stop en route to visit Ravana Ella waterfall then head for the historic Buddhist rock carvings at Buduruwagala, deep in the jungle. Following newly-resurfaced roads we ride east from Wellawaya to Buttala then south to historic Kataragama, passing through national parkland teeming with elephants. We spend the night in Tissamaharama.

Day 10/11 Mirissa

We trade in the motorbikes for 4WD jeeps today for a safari-style excursion through Yala National Park. Yala is home to a mind-boggling variety of wildlife species from butterflies to leopards. Get up close to some of these exotic animals and marvel at the astounding beauty of Sri Lanka as you travel through the park in your jeep. Leave the jungles and mountains to follow the majestic coastline of southern Sri Lanka to Mirissa. Having made our way through Sri Lanka’s interior, today it’s time to return to the coast. Shortly after leaving Yala we’ll hit the shoreline and then head west around the southern tip of the country. The ride is an easy one, flat quiet roads which run parallel to the sea, but nevertheless spectacular.In the afternoon we’ll reach Mirissa beach where we spend two nights relaxing in style

Day 12 Negombo / Departure

After breakfast we prepare for the last day ride of our wonderful journey. Today's highlights include riding through rubber, pineapple and spice plantations. After reaching Negombo we drive to Sha Lanka tour base & return the bikes & transfer you to your hotel on the beach.