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Sigiriya Lion Rock Fortress day tour

Sigiriya Lion Rock Fortress day tour - Sigiriya, Sri Lanka

Duration: 1 day
Location: Sigiriya, Sri Lanka

From USD
$150.00

Experience amazing 360 panoramic view over 200 meters, Visit to 8th world's wonder built in 5th century Sigiriya Lion rock fortress, wonderful gardening and ponds with architectural planning is history, trekking to 600 ft, visit Mirror wall and beautiful frescoes in UNESCO heritage site, in folk stories and legends Sigiriya mentioned as "Alaka Mandawa" 

Dambulla rock cave temple is 160 Meters above, in main 05 caves there are major attractions with 153 statues of lord buddha 3 statues of ancient kings, this cave complex dated back to 1st century of BC,

After your breakfast in hotel where you stay (Negombo/ Colombo/ Katunayake/ Seeduwa/ Ja Ela) we can start tour by 08.00 Am, we proceed via Kurunegala road to Sigiriya distance  145 Km and 03 h & 45 minutes will be our travel time, (if afternoon more sunny first we will visit Dambulla rock cave temple then evening we will visit to Sigiriya Lion Rock fortress) en route coconut plantations and living style of local rural will explore wile we are traveling, when we reach to Sigirya lion rock from park will meet up site guide who will accompany and explain you all about Sigirya (yes on your interest can go alone or with guide or with our chauffeur) first take entrance tickets from UNESCO office in Sigiriya 30 USD per person (can pay in LKR) then visit Sigiriya Museum and documentary with understand and clear mind continue to rock climbing, it's 03 & 1/2 hours activity 1 & 1/2 hour to climb up on ground floor explore water garden, boulder garden, terrace garden on your way up visit mirror wall and frescoes (story of megha latha & gijju latha) from lion gate start climb to sky palace complex, visit 360 panoramic view and royal monuments ponds, throne, meeting point after 1/2 hour spend in top return back you will take around 02 hours to come back 

Yes we have nice restaurants with delicious Sri Lanka and western foods for Lunch

Evening proceed to Dambulla rock cave temple, distance from Sigiriya rock to Dambulla cave 10 Km and it's 30 Min travel time, collect tickets from entrance and start climb to Rock cave it'll be about 45 Minutes climbing on steps, visit five main caves with painting stories of lord Buddha and evening visit offerings to temple in traditional way playing drums, enjoy the sunset in Dambulla rock with panoramic view 

return back to starting point it'll take about 45 minutes to 01 hour time to come down, 

lets leave from Dambulla to your hotel in evening, our time will be 3 h & 45 minutes travel nearly 8.00 Pm when we reach back to hotel

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Experience amazing 360 panoramic view over 200 meters, Visit to 8th world's wonder built in 5th century Sigiriya Lion rock fortress, wonderful gardening and ponds with architectural planning is history, trekking to 600 ft, visit Mirror wall and beautiful frescoes in UNESCO heritage site, in folk stories and legends Sigiriya mentioned as "Alaka Mandawa" 

Dambulla rock cave temple is 160 Meters above, in main 05 caves there are major attractions with 153 statues of lord buddha 3 statues of ancient kings, this cave complex dated back to 1st century of BC,

After your breakfast in hotel where you stay (Negombo/ Colombo/ Katunayake/ Seeduwa/ Ja Ela) we can start tour by 08.00 Am, we proceed via Kurunegala road to Sigiriya distance  145 Km and 03 h & 45 minutes will be our travel time, (if afternoon more sunny first we will visit Dambulla rock cave temple then evening we will visit to Sigiriya Lion Rock fortress) en route coconut plantations and living style of local rural will explore wile we are traveling, when we reach to Sigirya lion rock from park will meet up site guide who will accompany and explain you all about Sigirya (yes on your interest can go alone or with guide or with our chauffeur) first take entrance tickets from UNESCO office in Sigiriya 30 USD per person (can pay in LKR) then visit Sigiriya Museum and documentary with understand and clear mind continue to rock climbing, it's 03 & 1/2 hours activity 1 & 1/2 hour to climb up on ground floor explore water garden, boulder garden, terrace garden on your way up visit mirror wall and frescoes (story of megha latha & gijju latha) from lion gate start climb to sky palace complex, visit 360 panoramic view and royal monuments ponds, throne, meeting point after 1/2 hour spend in top return back you will take around 02 hours to come back 

Yes we have nice restaurants with delicious Sri Lanka and western foods for Lunch

Evening proceed to Dambulla rock cave temple, distance from Sigiriya rock to Dambulla cave 10 Km and it's 30 Min travel time, collect tickets from entrance and start climb to Rock cave it'll be about 45 Minutes climbing on steps, visit five main caves with painting stories of lord Buddha and evening visit offerings to temple in traditional way playing drums, enjoy the sunset in Dambulla rock with panoramic view 

return back to starting point it'll take about 45 minutes to 01 hour time to come down, 

lets leave from Dambulla to your hotel in evening, our time will be 3 h & 45 minutes travel nearly 8.00 Pm when we reach back to hotel

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Private Transfer : Galle to Bandaranayake International Airport (CMB)

Private Transfer : Galle to Bandaranayake International Airport (CMB) - Colombo, Sri Lanka

Duration: 2 hours
Location: Colombo, Sri Lanka

From USD
$50.00

Galle to Colombo Bandaranayake International Airport (CMB) Taxi 24/7 Air Condition Luxury Car, Van. From your Hotel in Galle to Bandaranaike International Airport, Lowest taxi fare in Sri Lanka ... More info ›

Galle to Colombo Bandaranayake International Airport (CMB) Taxi 24/7 Air Condition Luxury Car, Van. From your Hotel in Galle to Bandaranaike International Airport, Lowest taxi fare in Sri Lanka. Highway toll charges included. Professional and punctual drivers. 24 hours available.

Our Friendly driver will meet you and greet at your Hotel at Galle and you destination is towards the Colombo International Airport

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Pass By: Bandaranaike International Airport, Canada Friendship Rd, කටුනායක 11450, Sri Lanka

Your friendly driver will meet and greet you to end your vacation in Srilanka to drop you at Colombo International Airport (CMB) with a quick drive via Highway

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Shore Excursion Colombo City Tour Highlights

Shore Excursion Colombo City Tour Highlights - Colombo, Sri Lanka

Duration: 4 to 5 hours
Location: Colombo, Sri Lanka

From USD
$30.00

Exploring Colombo independently and the risk of getting lost or delayed. Make things easy with a private shore excursion that whisks you around the sights smoothly and comfortably ... More info ›

Exploring Colombo independently and the risk of getting lost or delayed. Make things easy with a private shore excursion that whisks you around the sights smoothly and comfortably. Travel by private vehicle, visit top sights such as the Seema Malakaya Temple,shop for souvenirs at handicrafts emporiums and hear tales of local life from your driver that you'd miss if alone.
• Explore Colombo with ease on a private shore excursion from the cruise port or your hotel in Colombo
• Forget cabs or buses,sightseeing stress-free by private air-conditioned car
• See the sights, shop at markets, and hear about local life and history

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Pass By: Colombo Port City, 00300 Colombo - Galle Main Rd, Colombo 00300, Sri Lanka

We operate with our own fleet of vehicles to maintain our high standards of services together with our team of professional licensed tourist guides and chauffeurs who are fluent in most of the major languages required for tours. Our Customer Service, Our fleet of Vehicles & Drivers are Available for 365 days in the year, 7 days in the week & 24 hours in the Day Kingfisher Tours Srilanka truly capture and understand the needs of our valued customers. Our reputation will be developed by providing a high quality product and services Our ultimate goal is to provide an unforgettable travel experience to our clients, not just to see the Sri Lanka to experience the real Sri Lanka


Stop At: Light House Galley, Chaithya Rd, Colombo 00100, Sri Lanka

The current 29-metre-high (95 ft) lighthouse was built in 1952 after the Old Colombo Lighthouse was deactivated when its light became obscured by nearby buildings as part of the Colombo Harbor Expansion project. It was opened by Rt Hon D.S. Senanayake, the first prime minister of Ceylon. Built on a concrete base which is 12 m (39 ft) high, it has four statues of lions at its base.

Due to the panoramic view of the Indian Ocean it offered, it became a city landmark. With the escalation of the Sri Lankan Civil War, public access to the site was restricted. This was due to its placement in a high-security zone as it is across the street from the Naval Headquarters and close proximity of the Port of Colombo.

Duration: 10 minutes

Pass By: Old Parliament Building, Fort, Colombo Sri Lanka

The Old Parliament Building, is the building that houses the Presidential Secretariat of Sri Lanka. Situated in the Colombo fort area facing the sea, it is in close proximity to the President's House, Colombo and adjacent to the General Treasury Building


Stop At: Gangaramaya (Vihara) Buddhist Temple, 61 Sri Jinaratana Road, Colombo Sri Lanka

Gangaramaya Temple is one of the most important temples in Colombo, Sri Lanka, being a mix of modern architecture and cultural essence

Duration: 30 minutes

Pass By: Beira Lake, 02 Colombo, Colombo 01200 Sri Lanka

Beira Lake is a lake in the center of the city of Colombo in Sri Lanka. The lake is surrounded by many large businesses in the city. It initially occupied approximately 1.65 km² of land 100 years ago and this has since been reduced to 0.65 km² today due to various reasons


Stop At: Independence Square, Independence Avenue, Colombo 7 Sri Lanka

Independence Memorial Hall is a national monument in Sri Lanka built for commemoration of the independence of Sri Lanka from the British rule with the restoration of full governing responsibility to a Ceylonese-elected legislature on February 4, 1948


Duration: 20 minutes

Stop At: Gem Museum, 43 Ananda Coomaraswamy Mw, Colombo 00300 Sri Lanka

Sri Lanka has been referred to as RatnaDvipa, island of gems from ages past. The moniker is well deserved for the abundance and variety of gem deposits the island is blessed with. Famed for excellent Sri Lankan blue sapphires, no less beautiful are the cat’s eyes, Alexandrites, rubies, star stones and various other precious and semi- precious gems found here.

We take you on a gem tour covering a gem museum where you will learn about the gem industry in Sri Lanka through an informative film, see a mock-up of a gem pit where you get the hang of traditional gem mining, and visit a gem and jewellery gallery where you may inspect the dazzling stones at close quarters using a loupe, learning to distinguish quality based on colour, size, luster, and the absence of imperfections. Finally you will see the stones being set in to jewellery.

Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: National Museum, Sir Marcus Fernando Mawatha, Colombo 00700, Sri Lanka

National Museum of Colombo, also known as the Sri Lanka National Museum is one of two museums in Colombo. It is the largest museum in Sri Lanka. It is maintained by the Department of National Museum of the central government


Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: Bandaranaike Memorial International Conference Hall, Bauddhaloka Mawatha, Colombo 00700, Sri Lanka

The Bandaranaike Memorial International Conference Hall, is a convention center located in Colombo, Sri Lanka. Built between 1970 and 1973, the convention centre was a gift from the People's Republic of China in memory of Solomon Ridgeway Dias Bandaranaike, Prime Minister


Duration: 20 minutes

Stop At: Laksala, No 60, York Street No.215, Bauddhaloka Mawatha, Colombo 07, Thummulla., Colombo Sri Lanka

Visit the Souvenirs and Handricrafts museum and shop whatever you want with ease and access

Duration: 20 minutes

Pass By: Pettah, Colombo Sri Lanka

Explore the busy urban Colombo Life meeting the Local People and visit the Jamiul Alfar Mosque and then head to the Port to end the Tour

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Airport to Kandy Private Transfer

Airport to Kandy Private Transfer - Colombo, Sri Lanka

Duration: 4 to 5 hours
Location: Colombo, Sri Lanka

From USD
$60.00

Start your Sri Lanka holiday with ease by booking this private arrival transfer from Colombo Bandaranaike International Airport (BIA / CMB) of Sri Lanka to your Hotel in Kandy. Your friendly and professional driver will greet you upon your arrival and drive you directly to your holiday destination in the comfort of a private, air-conditioned vehicle ... More info ›

Start your Sri Lanka holiday with ease by booking this private arrival transfer from Colombo Bandaranaike International Airport (BIA / CMB) of Sri Lanka to your Hotel in Kandy. Your friendly and professional driver will greet you upon your arrival and drive you directly to your holiday destination in the comfort of a private, air-conditioned vehicle. It’s that easy.

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Pass By: Bandaranaike International Airport, Canada Friendship Rd, කටුනායක 11450, Sri Lanka

Meet and Greet Your Professional Chauffer Guide from the Arrival Terminal or from your Hotel and Head to Kandy with beautiful views and stops!

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Shore Excursion Colombo City Tour

Shore Excursion Colombo City Tour - Colombo, Sri Lanka

Duration: 4 hours
Location: Colombo, Sri Lanka

From USD
$30.00

Exploring Colombo independently and the risk of getting lost or delayed. Make things easy with a private shore excursion that whisks you around the sights smoothly and comfortably ... More info ›

Exploring Colombo independently and the risk of getting lost or delayed. Make things easy with a private shore excursion that whisks you around the sights smoothly and comfortably. Travel by Shared Bus/Coach, visit top sights such as the Seema Malakaya Temple,shop for souvenirs and handicrafts emporiums and hear tales of local life from your guide that you'd miss if alone.
• Explore Colombo with ease on a Shore Excursion from the Cruise Port.
• Forget cabs or buses,sightseeing stress-free by air-conditioned vehicle
• See the sights, shop at markets, and hear about local life and history

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Pass By: Colombo Fort Clock Tower, Colombo Sri Lanka

Colombo Fort Clock Tower is a clock tower and was a lighthouse in Colombo. The lighthouse is no longer operational, but the tower remains and functions as a clock tower. It is located at the junction of Chatham Street and Janadhipathi Mawatha (formerly Queens Road) in Colombo fort.

The tower was constructed as a clock tower in 1856-57 and completed on the 25 February 1857.[1] The tower was designed by Emily Elizabeth Ward, the wife of Governor Sir Henry George Ward (1797 – 1860).The construction was undertaken by the Public Works Department, under the supervision of Mr John Flemming Churchill (Director General of Public Works). The 29-metre-high (95 ft) tower was the tallest structure in Colombo at that time.The original clock was commissioned for ₤1,200 in 1814 by the then Governor Sir Robert Brownrigg (1759 – 1833) but was kept in a warehouse, due to economic reasons, until 1857 when it was finally installed.

Stop At: Wolvendaal Church, Wolfendhal Street, Colombo 01100 Sri Lanka

In 1736 Governor of Ceylon, Gustaaf Willem van Imhoff, sought approval from the Dutch East India Company (Vereenigde Oost-Indische Compagnie or VOC) to demolish the existing church (Kasteel Kerk) within the Colombo Fort and construct a new one on the same site.[1] However, the VOC refused this request, and it wasn't until the arrival of Governor Julius Valentyn Stein van Gollenesse in 1743 that the impasse was overcome. He decided that the new church would be erected in the area beyond the city walls, which at the time was swamp and marshland. The Europeans mistook the packs of roaming jackals for wolves, and the area became known as Wolvendaal (Wolf's Dale or Wolf's Valley). The site that was selected was on a hill which commanded views across the town and over the harbour and was in proximity to the town's entrance. The site was also occupied by a small church, which had existed from the earliest period of Dutch occupation, when the Wolvendaal neighbourhood was a quiet suburban parish.

The foundations of the church were laid in 1749 and it took eight years to build. It was completed on 6 March 1757, when it was dedicated for public worship by Rev. Matthias Wirmelskircher, Rector of the Colombo Seminary. At the dedication there were two Governors present, Joan Gideon Loten and his successor Jan Schreuder, together with Members of the Council, Reverend Ministers (Predikants), prominent Burghers and their families.

Duration: 10 minutes

Pass By: Pettah, Colombo Sri Lanka

Experience the local people living in Srilanka with all the Wholesale Shops in this Urban Commercial area of Srilanka known as the Pettah Bazaar

Stop At: Jami Ul Alfar Mosque, 2nd Cross Street, Colombo, Sri Lanka

The mosque is one of the oldest mosques in Colombo and a popular tourist site in the city.

Construction of the Jami-Ul-Alfar Mosque commenced in 1908 and the building was completed in 1909. The mosque was commissioned by the local Indian Muslim community, based in Pettah, to fulfill their required five-times-daily prayer and Jummah on Fridays. The mosque's designer and builder was Habibu Labbe Saibu Labbe (an unqualified architect), and was based on details/images of Indo-Saracenic structures provided by South Indian traders, who commissioned him. It is a hybrid style of architecture, that draws elements from native Indo-Islamic and Indian architecture, and combines it with the Gothic revival and Neo-classical styles. Originally it had the capacity for 1,500 worshippers although at the time only around 500 were attending prayers.

It is a distinctive red and white candy-striped two-storey building, with a clock tower, and is reminiscent of the Jamek Mosque in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia (constructed in 1910). Before other landmarks were built, some claim that the Jami Ul-Alfar Mosque was recognized as the landmark of Colombo by sailors approaching the port.

In 1975 the mosque, with the assistance of the Haji Omar Trust, purchased a number of the adjoining properties and commenced building an expansion to the mosque to increase its capacity to 10,000.

Duration: 15 minutes

Pass By: Old Parliament Building, Fort, Colombo Sri Lanka

The Old Parliament Building, is the building that houses the Presidential Secretariat of Sri Lanka. Situated in the Colombo fort area facing the sea, it is in close proximity to the President's House, Colombo and adjacent to the General Treasury Building. The building housed the island's legislature for 53 years until the new parliamentary complex was opened at Sri Jayawardenepura in 1983.

Pass By: Galle Face Green, Galle Road, Colombo Sri Lanka

Galle Face is a 5 ha (12 acres) ocean-side urban park, which stretches for 500 m (1,600 ft) along the coast, in the heart of Colombo, the financial and business capital of Sri Lanka. The promenade was initially laid out in 1859 by Governor Sir Henry George Ward, although the original Galle Face Green extended over a much larger area than is seen today. The Galle Face Green was initially used for horse racing and as a golf course, but was also used for cricket, polo, football, tennis and rugby.

Stop At: Gangaramaya (Vihara) Buddhist Temple, 61 Sri Jinaratana Road, Colombo Sri Lanka

Gangaramaya is one of the oldest Buddhist temples in Colombo, started by the famous scholar monk Hikkaduwe Sri Sumangala Nayaka Thera in the late 19th Century.

After the Venerable Sri Sumangala, his chief pupil Devundera Sri Jinaratana Nayake Thera took on the administration of the temple. It was he who laid the foundation to convert the little temple to an institute of international reckoning.

The next chief incumbent was the Ven. Devundara Keerthi Sri Sumangala Jinaratana Vacissara Thera, the teacher of the Ven. Galboda Gnanissara, who worked to make the Gangaramaya what it is today: much more than a temple in the conventional term, but a place of worship, a seat of learning and a cultural centre. This Temple was very famous for an Elephant namely Ganga and all the statues here are pure Gold.

Duration: 45 minutes

Stop At: Independence Memorial Hall, Independence Square, Colombo 00700 Sri Lanka

Independence Memorial Hall (also Independence Commemoration Hall) is a national monument in Sri Lanka built for commemoration of the independence of Sri Lanka from the British rule with the restoration of full governing responsibility[2] to a Ceylonese-elected legislature on February 4, 1948. It is located in Independence Square (formerly Torrington Square) in the Cinnamon Gardens, Colombo. It also houses the Independence Memorial Museum.

The monument was built at the location where the formal ceremony marking the start of self-rule, with the opening of the first parliament by the HRH Prince Henry, Duke of Gloucester occurred at a special podium February 4, 1948.

Duration: 20 minutes

Stop At: Gem Museum, 43 Ananda Coomaraswamy Mw, Colombo 00300 Sri Lanka

Sri Lanka’s gem industry has a very long and colorful history. Sri Lanka was affectionately known as Ratna-Dweepa which means Gem Island. The name is a reflection of its natural wealth. Marco Polo wrote that the island had the best sapphires, topazes, amethysts, and other gems in the world.[1] Ptolemy, the 2nd century astronomer recorded that beryl and sapphire were the mainstay of Sri Lanka’s gem industry. Records from sailors that visited the island states that they brought back “jewels of Serendib”. Serendib was the ancient name given to the island by middle – eastern and Persian traders that crossed the Indian Ocean to trade gems from Sri Lanka to the East during the 4th and 5th century.

You will be taken to a Gem Museum to see the History of Gems

Duration: 25 minutes

Stop At: Sri Lanka Tea Board, 03 No. 574 Galle Road, Colombo, Colombo 00300 Sri Lanka

Srilanka has its finest Tea which is very famous among Tourists,

you will be taken to a Tea Hub to taste various types of Tea with a brief explaination of various Srilankan Tea

Duration: 20 minutes

Pass By: Bandaranaike Memorial International Conference Hall, Bauddhaloka Mawatha, Colombo 00700, Sri Lanka

The construction of the hall was carried out by a joint Sri Lankan and Chinese workforce with a considerable portion of the building materials being imported from China.

In 1998 a small Exhibition Centre, the Sirimavo Bandaranaike Memorial Exhibition Centre, was built on the grounds as a gift from China.

The BMICH premises is managed by the S. W. R. D. Bandaranaike National Memorial Foundation (BNMF) which is chaired by the President of Sri Lanka.

Stop At: Laksala, 215 Bauddhaloka Mawatha, Colombo 00700, Sri Lanka

You will be taken to a Handicraft Museum to shop and see finest Handicrafts and Souvenirs

Duration: 20 minutes

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Shore Excursion Colombo City Tour

Shore Excursion Colombo City Tour - Colombo, Sri Lanka

Duration: 4 hours
Location: Colombo, Sri Lanka

From USD
$20.00

Colombo, the Capital of Sri Lanka's, is its major port, and draws together all the colours and cultures that make up the islands nature, before condensing it all into a patchwork of gardens, markets and buildings both grand and humble, all against a backdrop of the beautiful beachfront.  On this 4-hour tour you will visit many places including - the Fort, Gangarama Temples, The Hindu Temple at Sea Street, the Dutch Church at Wolfendal, the historic Jamiul Alfar Mosque Mosque, the Independence Hall, B.M.I.C.H, the Pettah bazaar, Arts, Crafts & Souvenir shops, & a Gem Gallery.  You will be taken to the major landmarks of Colombo, and your guide will give you a full commentary on every stop of the tour, plus tell you more about its history and how integral it is to modern Colombo.

You will firstly visit the Dutch Church at Wolfendhal, this is the oldest Prostant Church in use in Sri Lanka! You will uncover some amazing history behind all the places during this half day tour. You will then move on to the Hindu Temple, this is known as Kathiresan Temple, te oldest Hindu Temple ... More info ›

Colombo, the Capital of Sri Lanka's, is its major port, and draws together all the colours and cultures that make up the islands nature, before condensing it all into a patchwork of gardens, markets and buildings both grand and humble, all against a backdrop of the beautiful beachfront.  On this 4-hour tour you will visit many places including - the Fort, Gangarama Temples, The Hindu Temple at Sea Street, the Dutch Church at Wolfendal, the historic Jamiul Alfar Mosque Mosque, the Independence Hall, B.M.I.C.H, the Pettah bazaar, Arts, Crafts & Souvenir shops, & a Gem Gallery.  You will be taken to the major landmarks of Colombo, and your guide will give you a full commentary on every stop of the tour, plus tell you more about its history and how integral it is to modern Colombo.

You will firstly visit the Dutch Church at Wolfendhal, this is the oldest Prostant Church in use in Sri Lanka! You will uncover some amazing history behind all the places during this half day tour. You will then move on to the Hindu Temple, this is known as Kathiresan Temple, te oldest Hindu Temple. Enjoy some sightseeing around Colombo, including a panoramic view of the immense Jamiul Alfar Mosque, you will also see the 100 year old clock tower and several British built buildings such as the Old Parliment Building, this building will surely provide you with the most memorable stories. You will also manage to see the Galle Face, this is an oceana-side urban park, which stretches along the coast. You will also see the Dewatagaha Mosque which has the most remarkable exterior, which is the most iconic part of archiecture. 

You will continue on the Gem Museum and the Crafts Centre, this will provide you with the best value of knowledge from our professional guides, in the Gems museum you will get the chance to see the selections of Diamonds, Sapphires, Emeralds, Pearls and much more! Sri Lanka is known for it's best quality of Jewels and Sapphires. 

From looking at the amazing selection of Jewels, you will then move on to the Gangarama Temple, which was once an area of swamp beside the Beira Lake, it is now known to be an iconic complex which consists of the Gangarama Temple, the assembly hall in the breathtaking views of the lake. You will learn a lot from this tour, so make sure you bring your camera for the most unforgetable memories!

Move on to the Independence Square, which is known as Independence Memorial Hall, which is a national monument in Sri Lanka built for commemoration of the independence of Sri Lanka. You will then conclude your tour by visiting the Petal Local Market and discover all the new enhancements of Colombo from here. You will have some free time to purchase some souvenir and shop at Pettah, & have the opportunity to browse the market stalls and take home some local, traditional gifts.  This tour is a fantastic opportunity to experience a wide array of what Colombo has to offer.

You will then be returned back to the port in plenty of time for your Cruise Ships Departure. 

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