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For those looking to discover the rich cultural heritage of Sri Lanka, a Kandy Day Trip is a must. This historic city is located in the central hills of Sri Lanka and is known for its stunning scenery, vibrant culture, and rich history.
The day trip begins with a visit to the Temple of the Tooth, one of the most important Buddhist temples in Sri Lanka. This stunning temple is home to a sacred tooth relic of the Buddha and is an important pilgrimage site for Buddhists from around the world.
Next, visitors will explore the Royal Botanical Gardens, a stunning park that is home to a wide range of exotic plants, flowers, and trees. From there, visitors can take a leisurely stroll through the bustling streets of Kandy, where they can see street vendors selling traditional crafts, taste delicious street food, and learn about the local culture and history.
For those interested in learning more about the history of Kandy, a visit to the National Museum of Kandy is a must. This fascinating museum is filled with exhibits and artifacts that tell the story of Kandy and its place in Sri Lankan history.
With its rich cultural heritage, stunning scenery, and vibrant energy, a Kandy Day Trip is the perfect way to discover the heart of Sri Lanka’s cultural heritage. Book your tour today and get ready to explore the rich and varied landscapes of Kandy!
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Elephant Orphanage - Let us start the day by visiting the Pinnawala Elephant Orphanage which is an orphanage, nursery and captive breeding ground for wild Asian elephants. The orphanage was opened in 1975 to provide shelter and care for orphaned baby elephants found wandering around the jungles of Sri Lanka and was established by the Sri Lanka Department of Wildlife Conservation. The Orphanage has now become a tourist attraction and the funds collected are used towards food, medicines and care of the elephants. Baby elephants require a lot of hands – on care and several mahouts and care-givers both employed and volunteers spend several hours simply keeping the baby elephants fed and nurtured. You can watch the elephants having a bath at the nearby river, see how each of the elephants are taken care of by their caretakers and enjoy bottle - feeding the tiny baby elephants before leaving the orphanage to continue your journey.
Ayurvedic Herbal Spice Garden - On the way, a visit to the Ayurvedic Herbal Spice Garden is a must in order to understand the root of a branch of Science known as Ayurveda. Sri Lanka has been associated with Ayurveda since the 3rd Century BCE and is not only a form of medication but rather a complete way of life to generations of Sri Lankans. The preservation of health and curing a body afflicted by disease are the 2 aims of Ayurveda and is also known to treat many known illnesses treatments of the human body both psychological and physiological and also provide treatment for the general well – being of a person. Most of the Ayurvedic therapies include herb – infused oil therapies and some of the rich assortments of medicinal plants used in the practice of Ayurveda are endemic to Sri Lanka.!
The World's purest and finest tea is produced by Sri Lanka which is the world's 4th largest producer and the 2ed largest exporter of tea world-renowned as "Ceylon Tea", The Sri Lankan tea is of distinctive taste, attractive aroma and untouchable quality. this is because the country's tropical climate and fertile soil are healthier for quality tea production.
You will then be taken to visit the monumental Temple of the Sacred Tooth Relic in Kandy. Enclosed by a parapet of white stone dating to the beginning of the 19th century, are the city's official religious monuments, the Royal Palace and the Temple of the Tooth.
Lunch in Traditional Sri Lankan Foods Restaurant in Kandy
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