Enjoy the beauty of Sri Lanka through our Ramaya package.
Our expedition begins with:
Day 1 : Negombo - Chilaw - Anuradhapura
Initially, our clients will be picked up and greeted from the airport then transferred to the beautiful town of chillaw, located in the north western province of Srilanka
Here at Chilaw, clients’ are provided with the opportunity to visit the famous Munneswaram Temple and Manavari Sivan Kovil.
- Munneswaram temple is a primary Siva Temple. According to past legends, the temple is located where the King Rama of Ayodhya, prayed to Lord Siva after the war between him and the demon-king Ravana of Sri Lanka.
- Manavari Sivan Kovil is the initial lingam which was installed and prayed to by the lord Rama. Until this day, this lingam is known as the Ramalinga Shivan. Rameshwaram is known to be the only other lingam in the world that was named after Lord Rama.
The next destination would be directly traveling from Chilaw to Anuradhapura.
Here at Anuradhapura clients would receive a tour of the Ancient City.
- Anuradhapura is a significant city in Sri Lanka. It is the capital city of North Central Province, Sri Lanka and the capital of Anuradhapura District. This city is one of the ancient capitals of Sri Lanka. It is famous for its well-conserved ruins of an ancient Sri Lankan civilization.
- In Anuradhapura, clients can visit a few of the significant areas in the city such as Jaya Sri Maha Bodhi, Ruwanwelisaya, Jetavanaramaya, Thuparamaya Dagaba, Anuradhapura Maha Viharaya, Ranmasu Uyana etc.
At the end of the day, clients would be staying at the City of Anuradhapura.
Day 2 : Anuradhapura - Mannar - Trincomalee
The following day, the next destination would be heading to the town of Mannar located in the Nothern Province of Sri Lanka.
Clients can then visit the ancient Hindu Thiruketheeswaram Temple.
According to traditional beliefs, the wife of King Ravana – Mandothari whose father, Mayan was from Manthai. King Mayan from Manthai built the ancient temple Thiruketheeswaram. This temple is said to be the where Ketu Bhagavan worshipped Lord Eeswaran(Also Known as Lord Shiva) which is how the shrine acquired the name “Thiruketheeswaram.”
From Mannar, clients would then travel to Trincomalee located in the Eastern province of Sri Lanka.
The end of the day clients are provided with a night stay at a hotel in Trincomalee.
Day 3 : Trincomalee - Kandy
The following day, clients can enjoy a city tour in Trincomalee.
Here, at Trincomalee, clients can visit well-known sights such as the Koneswaram temple, and the Pathirakali Amman Temple.
- The thiru Koneswaram was built by the instructions of Lord Shiva by Rishi Agastya. The uniqueness of the place was that the Lord Shiva built this temple on behalf of his devotee’s devotion. It is believed that Lord Rama has offered his prayers here to get rid of the malediction of killing King Ravana.
- The Pathikali Amman Temple, also known as the Kali Kovil, is a Hindu Temple that was dedicated to the Bhadrakali Goddess who was a form of the Goddess Kali Amman in the City of Trincomalee.
The Kanniya Hot water springs at Trincomalee is known to originate as the place King Ravana carried out his final rites for his mother. When he was unable to find water to perform his rites, his anger caused him to pierce his Trishula into the ground 7 times. After that, water began to gush out. The very hot water then cooled down along with Ravana’s anger. The temperature of each well is different.
During the evening, clients would then travel straight to Kandy and visit Dalada Maligawa.
“Sri Dalada Maligawa” also known as the Sacred Tooth Relic is a Buddhist Temple in Kandy, Sri Lanka. It is situated in the royal palace complex (the former Kingdom of Kandy), which houses the sacred tooth of Lord Buddha.
The following night, clients would then stay at a hotel in Kandy.
Day 4 : Kandy - Nuwara Eliya
The following day clients would then travel to the city of Nuwara Eliya.
At Nuwaraeliya clients can visit the following places:
- Shri Bhakta Hanuman Temple.
History says that King Ravana hid Sita in this area at one point and the Hanuman came to the area in search of her. The temple was built by the Chinmaya Mission of Sri Lanka and is located in Ramboda on the Kandy-Nuwara Eliya Road.
- Ramboda Waterfalls.
- Ashok Vatika.
This site is known to be the location where King Ravana kept Sita captive. The Ashok Vatika is a garden present in the Sita Eliya in Sri Lanka. This rock is known to be where Sita used to sit and meditate during her captivation.
- Haggala botanical Gardens.
This location was one of the pleasure gardens of the King Ravana. It was one of the locations King Ravana kept Sita captive and insisted she marry him. This location was where Hanuman brought King Rama’s ring to Sita with news stating Rama was looking for her. Hanuman offered to carry Sita back, but she refused saying it would be insulting Rama’s honor. It was also said that Hanuman nearly destroyed this Garden to prove to Ravana of who he was against.
- Seetha Amman temple.
- The Seetha Amman Temple is located in the silage of Seetha Eliya. This place was believed to be where Sita was held in captivation by King Ravana. In this Temple, Sita prayed daily for King Rama to come and rescue her.
This location is where Seetha Devi went through Agni Pariksha which was a test. Dovurumpola was a popular place of worship for locals in the area.
- Lake Gregory.
And the Nuwara Eliya viewpoint.
The end of the day, clients would stay the night in the city of Nuwara Eliya.
Day 5 : Nuwara Eliya - Colombo
The following day clients would then travel to the city of Colombo.
A Colombo city tour would be provided to clients where they can visit the following Temples:
- Vibishana Temple
According to Ramayana, after the death of King Ravana, Vibishana was assigned king of Sri Laka by Lakshmana at Kelaniya.
- New Kathiresan Kovil.
- Pillayar kovil.
- Sri Venkateswara kovil.
- mayurapathy kovil
The end of the day, clients would stay the night in the city of Colombo