Sigiriya and Dambulla Tour from Colombo

Sigiriya and Dambulla Tour from Colombo

This one-day tour to Sigiriya and Dambulla, UNESCO cultural world heritage sites will give you the opportunity to explore the Sri Lankan ancient legacy of engineering technology, architecture and art.

For reservation contact:

Sameera : +94 76 826 8019            Gajendra:+94 71 836 9465

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Starting from Car USD 40 | Van USD 27

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Key Highlights

  • Sigiriya
  • Dambulla cave temple
  • Ibbankatuwa Megalithic Tombs

What's included

  • Transport with an air-conditioned vehicle
  • Service of an English speaking chauffeur guide
  • All highway and Parking charges if applicable
  • All taxes incurred

What's Not included

  • Entry fees for the mentioned activities
  • Meals or/and refreshments
  • Specialist guide’s fee
  • Tips (optional)
  • Expenses of personal nature
  • You will be picked up from your hotel in Colombo at 6.00 am. Transfer you to Sigiriya. Approximately 3 and a half hours drive.
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  • Sigiriya was no mere fortress, gloomy and forbidding, like the forbidden city of Beijing or Taxila in Pakistan.
  • At the brief height of its glory, no more than 18 years from 477 to 495 AD King Kasyapa built Sigiriya as one of the loveliest cities to have graced the country where the layout of the buildings and gardens is still clearly evident. 
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  • Transfer you to Dambulla. Approximately half an hour drive.
  • En route visit Ibbankatuwa Megalithic Tombs. These tombs belong to the megaliths prehistoric period between 750-400 BC in Sri Lanka.
  • you will be able to have lunch at a recommended restaurant.
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  • Dambulla Cave Temple (also known as the Golden Temple of Dambulla), the largest and best-preserved cave temple complex in Sri Lanka is located in a vast isolated rock mass towering 160 m. There are more than 80 documented caves in the surrounding countryside. Major attractions are spread over 5 caves, the ceiling of which is one large sweep of colourful paintings, depicting Buddhist mythology and tales of the Buddha’s previous birth. Some of them are over 2000 years old. 

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