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One day tour kandy

Early Morning start tour from your hotel or airport and proceed to Kandy. While on the way to kandy, visit Pinnawala Elephant Orphanage. Again start one day tour to visit Temple of the tooth. After take lunch visit botanic garden. Next to visit tea plantation kandy. End of the one day tour back to hotel visit herbal garden kandy. Drop off at the pick-up point. Our tour planners, guides and chauffeurs  will make every effort to see that you are comfortable, relaxed & at home with us.

Pinnawala Elephant Orphanage

Pinnawala is the most popular and accessible place to see large numbers of these lovable animals in a natural habitat. The Orphanage is open from 8.30am to 5.45pm and visitors can interact a little with the elephants during the regulated bathing and feeding times.

Temple of the tooth relic

Sri Dalada Maligawa or the Temple of the Sacred Tooth Relic is a Buddhist temple in the city of Kandy, Sri Lanka. It is located in the royal palace complex which houses the relic of the tooth of Buddha. During perahara season , the heavily guarded room housing the tooth is open to devotees and tourists.

Peradeniya Royal Botanical Garden

Peradeniya Royal Botanical Gardens, the finest of its kind in Asia, the largest of the botanical gardens of Sri Lanka, couldn`t be better located. This garden cover some 60ha (150 acres) of trees, lawns and flowering shrubs, including a 20-ha (50-acre) arboretum of more than 10,000 trees.

Tea Plantation

The central province is the main region where Sri Lanka’s top exporting good Ceylon Tea is produced. Significant areas in the upcountry were converted to tea plantations during the time of British colonization. In the beginning of British rule, tea plants were introduced to the island in hopes of creating a lucrative export industry.

Herbal Garden

Visit a spice garden in Matale to see many different types of spices. Heritage Spice & Herbs Garden With an attractive, shady garden, this spice specialist runs informative tours. Usually, Sri Lankans like to cook their meals adding distinctive spices like pepper, cinnamon, cloves, ginger or nutmeg. Never the less they used cinnamon, almond, Margosa, sandalwood or Jasmine as medicinal healing ingredients or day to day needs.