•  6 Nights, 7 Days. Dates: will be available soon
  •  Stay at 3 and 4 star hotels
  • Visit sandy white beaches, attractive underwater life, beautiful rain forests, mountain ranges, wildlife sanctuaries and scenic plantations
  • AC Car & knowledgeable guide for sightseeing
  • Airport pick up and drop
  • Hotels have doctor on call facility.

Distances in Sri Lanka:

  • Colombo Airport to Sigiriya- 3 hours 45 minutes
  • Sigiriya to Kandy – 2 hours 39 minutes
  • Kandy to Nuwara Eliya- 2 hours 36 minutes
  • Nuwara Eliya to Colombo- 5 hours 4 minutes


  •  Standard Hotel (3-Star) + Transfers + Guide + Safari + Taxes
    Rs. 26,250 including all taxes, per head (Shared Accommodation)
    Rs. 39,000 including all taxes, per head (Solo Accommodation)
  • Deluxe Hotel (4-Star) + Transfers + Guide + Safari + Taxes
    Rs. 31,250 including all taxes, per head (Shared Accommodation)
    Rs. 50,450 including all taxes, per head (Solo Accommodation)


  • Accommodation + Breakfasts + WiFi + 24 Hrs Room Service + On-call Doctor
  • Airport pick up and drop
  • Safari in Minneriya Park
  • AC Car & knowledgeable guide for sightseeing
  • Intercity transfers


  • Personal expenses
  • Meals (except breakfasts wherever mentioned)
  • Flights + VISA + Travel Insurance
  • Entrance tickets to activities
  • Tips & Gratuities
    Return Flights per pax
    Indigo Kolkata – Colombo – Kolkata
    Rs. 16,000 to Rs. 19,000 based on plan (refundable or non-refundable).

Day 1: Arrival & Sigiriya

Once you arrive at Colombo Airport, there’ll be a meet-n-greet and you’ll be transferred to
Sigiriya. Spend the rest of the day at leisure, getting to know your fellow travelers.

Day 2: Polonnawura & Minneriya

Go on an early morning tour of Gal Vihara with its spectacular, rock-carved Buddhas. Next,
you’ll be going on a wildlife safari of the remarkable Minneriya National Park.

Day 3: Kandy

After Breakfast, you will be on your way to Kandy. Kandy is home to the ancient Temple of
the Tooth Relic of Buddha. Take a tour of this national treasure before proceeding to
Witness a traditional Kandyan Dance & Fire Walking Show.

Day 4: Kandy & Nuwara Eliya

Spend your day at leisure at Kandy’s Royal Botanical Gardens at Peradeniya. After lunch,
you will be transferred to Nuwara Eliya. On your way spend your time behind-the-scenes
of a Sri Lankan tea plantation with a tasting session.

Day 5: Nuwara Eliya

After breakfast, take a tour of the picturesque Seetha Amman Temple. Go on to go
boating in Gregory Lake and a tour of Victoria Park and the Golf Course.

Day 6: Colombo

On Day 6 you will be heading back to Colombo, where the afternoon day will be spent at
the Gangaramaya Buddhist Temple which is the perfect location to relax and do a spot of
meditation. Take a leisurely stroll down Galle Face Green in the evening to end the day.

Day 7: Departure

You’ll be transferred to Colombo airport for departure.

1. What is the best time to visit Sri Lanka?

Answer 1: The climate in Sri Lanka is tropical. It is warm and sunny throughout the year except during the monsoon season. If you want to visit the west and south coasts, December to March is the ideal period. From April to September is good if you want to visit the east coast and the ancient cities.

2. What are the papers I need for travelling to Sri Lanka?

Answer 2: You need to carry your passport and your visit visa. Additionally, you will need to carry an Electronic Travel Authorization or ETA. An ETA is an official authorization for a short visit to the country. It can be obtained online and it costs US$ 15 for citizens of South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC).

3. Is Indian currency accepted in Sri lanka?

Answer 3: No. The currencies accepted are the Sri Lankan Rupee (LKR) and sometimes US dollars (USD). Airports have currency exchange counters where you can exchange your currency quite easily.

4. What clothes should I carry?

Answer 4: Carry summer wear, light cotton dresses, t-shirts and sandals. Don’t forget to pack beach wear if you want to enjoy the white sandy beaches. Remember to carry your sunglasses and sunscreen lotion.

5. Are there emergency medical services?

Answer 5: Yes. The hotels have an on-call doctor.

6. What sites in Sri Lanka should I visit?

Answer 6: Packed with UNESCO World Heritage sights, eight in all, there are many places to visit in Sri Lanka. Within the Cultural Triangle, you will find the remains of the ancient cities of Anuradhapura and Polonnaruwa with grand, dome-shaped structures or dagobas and statues of the Buddha. Dambulla has a impressive stairway and the remains of a palace on the summit of the rock of Sigiriya and its sensual frescoes are a joy to behold.

Krishna Bose
I am 76 years now. I think Srilanka is an amazing place to visit for an elderly people. TriBeCa does a good arrangement of hotels, foods & ticket bookings. You must visit this place with your friends and family. It’s a good place where you can relax and spend a quality time.
Subhash Mitra
My wife and I both are in 70s but we love to travel. Thank you for this wonderful trip. Beautiful place to visit.
Shipra Bhoumick
I am Shipra Bhoumick, live in Kolkata. My Husband and I planned a trip with Tribeca last year. Overwhelmed with their service and wonderfully managed trip. My husband suffers from knee pain but the guide anyway managed in helping my husband with every sightseeing. Well done!
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