General

First and Second day : 

Gathering in queen Alia Airport at least before 2 hours from flight departure time , arriving Colombo airport and then move towards Kandy city which is 3 hours far away from the airport

third day : 

having breakfast at hotel and get ready to take a tour to visit flower garden to see all kinds of beautiful flowers and trees , and then going to kandy lake , and after that visiting the Crafts Center and seeing precious stones and return back to the hotel   ..
Forth day :

after break fast moving ahead to the elphant reserve so you can enjoy seeing all kind of beautiful elephant and how they get clean themselves in the river and the possibility to have  ride on it and return hotel to the south beach
Fifth day :

after breakfast going to have tour at mado river in glass boat and visit some beautiful isolated islands and then visiting Cinnamon farms and return to the hotel

 Sixth Day :

after break fast moving towards Colombo city  for a city tour round and free shopping time
Seventh Day : 
after breakfast , check out from the hotel , and getting ready for the airport.

 

First Offer

Hotels/Rating City Room Type
Ozo Kandy 4* Kandy Sleep Room
Club Waskaduwa 4* South Beach Garden Deluxe
Ozo Colombo  Hotel 4* Colombo Dream King
Price per person 739 JOD

 

 

Second Offer

Hotels/Rating City Room Type
The Grand Kandyan Hotel  5* Kandy Deluxe Room
Thurya Kalutara 5* South Beach Superior
Cinnamon Lake Side 5* Colombo Superior Room
Price per person 799 JOD

 

 

 

This Price is valid from July 2017 Till October 2017

 

Price includes:

  •  Airline tickets on Qatar airways or Itthiad airlines at economy class
  •  Accommodation 2 nights in kandy – 2 night in south beach – 1 night in colombo with breakfast
  •  Transportation from and to airport
  •  Mentioned trips on the program above
  • all taxes
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