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Private Arrival Transfer: Colombo Bandaranayake International Airport CMB BIA to Induruwa

Private Arrival Transfer: Colombo Bandaranayake International Airport CMB BIA to Induruwa - Induruwa, Sri Lanka

Duration: 2 hours
Location: Induruwa, Sri Lanka

From USD
$17.00

Start your Sri Lanka holiday with ease by booking this private arrival transfer from Colombo Bandaranayake International Airport (BIA / CMB) of Sri Lanka to your hotel in Induruwa. 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 Bandaranayake International Airport (BIA / CMB) of Sri Lanka to your hotel in Induruwa. 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!

Once you land at Bandaranayake International Airport (BIA / CMB), your friendly driver will meet you and drive you directly to your holiday destination. Whether you’re traveling individually, with a partner or in a group, your ground transport needs will be covered by this private airport transfer service. Avoid the confusion of taxis or public transport and enjoy a hassle-free start to your vacation. Airport transfers have never been this easy! Travel in style and comfort with unparalleled safety in your luxurious vehicle and get to your destination in good time and great order. Your English-speaking chauffeur is always at your service.

SKU : LK40103000

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Private Departure Transfer: Induruwa to Colombo Bandaranayake International Airport CMB BIA

Private Departure Transfer: Induruwa to Colombo Bandaranayake International Airport CMB BIA - Induruwa, Sri Lanka

Duration: 2 hours
Location: Induruwa, Sri Lanka

From USD
$17.00

End your Sri Lanka vacation with ease by booking this private departure transfer from your hotel in Induruwa to the Bandaranayake International Airport (CMB). Your friendly and professional driver will drive you directly to the Airport in the comfort of a private, air-conditioned vehicle ... More info ›

End your Sri Lanka vacation with ease by booking this private departure transfer from your hotel in Induruwa to the Bandaranayake International Airport (CMB). Your friendly and professional driver will drive you directly to the Airport in the comfort of a private, air-conditioned vehicle. It’s that easy!

Once you have completed your holiday in Sri Lanka and are ready to head back home, your friendly driver will meet you at your hotel in Induruwa and drive you directly to the Bandaranayake International Airport. Whether you’re traveling individually, with a partner or in a group, your ground transport needs will be covered by this private transfer service. Avoid the confusion of taxis or public transport and enjoy a hassle-free ride. Airport departure transfers have never been this easy! Travel in style and comfort with unparalleled safety in your luxurious vehicle and get to your flight in good time and great order. Your English-speaking chauffeur is always at your service!

SKU: LK41103000

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Galle Tour

Galle Tour - Induruwa, Sri Lanka

Duration: 1 day
Location: Induruwa, Sri Lanka

From USD
$90.00

Morning 09.00am leave from hotel
•    Visit the sea turtle hatchery
•    Mask Factory at Ambangoda
•     River Safari
•    Visit the world famous blue moonstone mine and showrooms
.     herbal and spice garden 
•    Visit the Galle Dutch Fortified city and fortress
•    Return hotel (4.00pm

According to James Emerson Tennent, Galle was the ancient seaport of Tarshish, from which King Solomon drew ivory, peacocks and other valuables. Cinnamon was exported from Sri Lanka as early as 1400 BC and the root of the word itself is Hebrew, so Galle may have been a main entrepot for the spice.

Galle had been a prominent seaport long before western rule in the country ... More info ›

Morning 09.00am leave from hotel
•    Visit the sea turtle hatchery
•    Mask Factory at Ambangoda
•     River Safari
•    Visit the world famous blue moonstone mine and showrooms
.     herbal and spice garden 
•    Visit the Galle Dutch Fortified city and fortress
•    Return hotel (4.00pm

According to James Emerson Tennent, Galle was the ancient seaport of Tarshish, from which King Solomon drew ivory, peacocks and other valuables. Cinnamon was exported from Sri Lanka as early as 1400 BC and the root of the word itself is Hebrew, so Galle may have been a main entrepot for the spice.

Galle had been a prominent seaport long before western rule in the country. Persians, Arabs, Greeks, Romans,Malays, Indians, and Chinese were doing business through Galle port. In 1411, the Galle Trilingual Inscription, a stone tablet inscription in three languages, Chinese, Tamil and Persian, was erected in Galle to commemorate the second visit to Sri Lanka by the Chinese admiral Zheng He.

The “modern” history of Galle starts in 1502, when a small fleet of Portuguese ships, under the command of Lourenço de Almeida, on their way to the Maldives, were blown off course by a storm. Realising that the king resided in Kotte close to Colombo Lourenço proceeded there after a brief stop in Galle.

In 1640, the Portuguese had to surrender to the Dutch East India Company. The Dutch built the present fort in the year 1663. They built a fortified wall, using solid granite, and built three bastions, known as “Sun”, “Moon” and “Star”.

After the British took over the country from the Dutch in the year 1796, they preserved the Fort unchanged, and used it as the administrative centre of the district

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