Sri Lanka Tour Package From Bangladesh

Length: 5 Nights 6 Days/ Per Person BDT 63800

        Per Night BDT 12760


Sri Lanka is a region of heavenly beauty, which is why people prefer the Sri Lanka Tour Package. Sri Lanka is well-known for its extensive Buddhist culture, in addition to the many other religions practiced there. Sri Lanka is a religious nation, and as such, the country features several religious and historical sites. Travelers from all across the world visit these destinations. Sri Lanka’s island nation is nothing short of breathtaking. It has stunning beauty, such as golden beaches, lush green tea plantations, stirring mountains, and romantic scenery. The country is home to a plethora of breathtakingly beautiful and awe-inspiring natural and cultural locations, each of which is more picture-perfect than the last.

Price Includes

  • Accommodation in hotels specified or similar.
  • Meals on Bed & Breakfast. (Complimentary Dinner)
  • Travel in a PRIVATE A/C Vehicle with an English-speaking chauffeur guide.
  • All the government taxes.
  • 03 Breakfast at the Hotel itself

Compliments from Buy Air Ticket Ltd.

  • 02 bottles of mineral water every day for each individual
  • Discounted Shopping Vouchers
  • 1 SIM Cards (On Request)
  • (Complimentary Dinner)

Price Excludes

  • Tips & Porter age
  • Lunch, Snacks & Dinner
  • Visa Charges
  • Entrance fees
  • Visa Charges. Please visit for more details & submit your application for a visa.
  • Early Check-in & Late checkout.
  • Tips & portage.
  • Video/ Camera permits.
  • Any expenses of a personal nature.
  • Supplements of Any Nature
  • Any activities fee or entrance fee

Entrance fees for the below places

  • Galle Fort Museum: USD 10 P/P
  • Kosgoda Turtle Hatchery: USD 02 P/P
  • Bentota Madhu River Boat Ride: USD 10 P/P
  • Colombo National Museum: USD 08 P/P
  • Colombo National Zoo: USD 08 P/P

50% off for children (ages 4 to 12) compared to adult entrance fees.



DAY 01 Airport – Bentota Colombo City tour & Shopping
DAY 02  Colombo – Kandy Pinnawala Elephant Orphanage, Visit Spice garden
DAY 03 Kandy Temple of Tooth Relic, Peradeniya Botanical garden, Kandy City Tour, Gems Museum & Lapidary
Day 04 Kandy – Wadduwa /

Waskaduwa / Bentota

Madhu River Boat Safari, Turtle hatchery,
Day 05 Wadduwa /

Waskaduwa / Bentota

Bentota City Tour, Water Sports Activities Bentota, Cinnamon Extract


Day 06 Departure

Check out the itinerary for the two nights and three days below.

Day 01 Airport – Colombo

You will be fortunate to experience warm Sri Lankan hospitality right away upon arrival. At the airport, a representative from Jetwing Tours will greet you and direct you to the vehicle that has been reserved for your transfer to your initial location.

Drive through Colombo to see the busy business districts, tree-lined suburbs, Cinnamon Gardens, Visit Fort, the historic British administrative hub and military garrison, Sea Street, and the Goldsmiths’ Quarters in the heart of Pettah, the Bazaar, where there is also a Hindu Temple with intricate stone carvings, and the Dutch Church of Wolfendhal, which was built in 1749. See the BMICH as well as Independence Square and the Avukana Buddha replica.

Begin shopping in Colombo. Visit ODEL, House of Fashion, Arcade Independence Square, Race Course, and Beverly Street, as well as the Colombo Pettah discount market. Attractions

  • Visit Colombo’s Independence Arcade. 
  • Park Vihara Maha Devi Consider the Sri Lankan Old Parliament. 
  • Take a stroll across the Galle Face Green. 
  • Pettah’s Red Mosque and a Colombo City Tour.
  • Engage in Nightlife, Street Food & Casino (Optional)
  • Visit the National Museum of Sri Lanka
  • Engage in Colombo City tour & Shopping

Day 02 Colombo – Pinnawala Elephant Orphanage – Spice Garden – Kandy

After Breakfast

Pinnawela is located approximately 55 miles from Colombo, off the Colombo-Kandy route. In 1975, an orphanage was established here to house abandoned and injured elephants. The total number of elephants has already surpassed 65, including baby elephants brought from various regions of the country and more than 25 kids born as a consequence of the captive breeding operation. The feeding times are 0915-0945 hrs and 1415-1445 hrs, and the bathing times are 1000-11.00 hrs and 1500-1600 hrs when all the elephants are taken to the nearby river.

Kandy, featuring Upper Lake Drive, Market Square, the Arts & Crafts Centre, the Gem Museum, and the Temple of the Tooth Relic. Kandy, the hill capital and site of the annual Perahera festival In 1815, the British took over the last bastion of the Sinhala Monarchs. Kandy is an illustration of Buddhism’s current influence in Sri Lanka. There are temples, shrines, and monasteries all over the place that keep Buddhist traditions alive.

SPICE GARDENS- There are several spice gardens along Kandy Road where visitors may see cinnamon, cardamom, pepper creepers, and other spice trees, plants, and creepers. Spice goods are also available for purchase by interested individuals. Visitors are guided around the Spice Gardens, explaining each tree and plant and, finally, how to employ them in cuisine preparations.

In summary, visit the Pinnawala Elephant Orphanage and Open Air Zoo.

Spice Garden is a must-see.

Visit gem museums and lapidaries, spice gardens, batik factories, wood carving centers, and so forth.

Kandy After Breakfast on Day 3

The Royal Botanical Gardens were founded in 1374 as a pleasure garden for King Gampola and King Kandy. There are around 5,000 tree, plant, and creeper species. The gardens contain some rare and unique plants, as well as tropical vegetation. Tourists love the Spice Garden and the Orchid House. The earliest and tallest Palm Avenue (Royal Palm Avenue) was planted in 1905, and the Double Coconuts from Seashells Island, with the largest seed of any plant in the world, are one such avenue.

Temple of the Holy Tooth Relic – Since the Buddha& Tooth was delivered to Sri Lanka in the 4th Century A.D., hidden from sacrilegious hands in the hair of the Relic, an Orissan princess, has grown in repute and holiness in Sri Lanka and throughout the Buddhist world.

By night, enjoy a colorful show that will transport you to a mind-blowing Sri Lankan cultural spectacular… Prepare yourself for heavy drumming and an acrobatic display.

In conclusion, attractions

  • Peradeniya Royal Botanical Garden
  • Visit the Temple of the Tooth Relic.
  • Kandy View Point and Kandyan Lake
  • Watch a Cultural Performance and Explore Kandy City

Day 4: Kandy to Bentota After Breakfast

(Optional) Galle – The island’s southernmost city, Galle combines colonial-era history with a tropical atmosphere and climate. The Dutch built the majority of the spectacular colonial buildings here, including the UNESCO-protected fort, with the British keeping the defenses intact when they took possession in 1796. As a result, Asia’s largest colonial-built fort has preserved a plethora of intriguing architecture, which is now home to galleries, cafes, and boutiques, or serves its original purpose as law courts and administrative buildings. Surrounding coastal towns offer a completely different experience of life in the country’s south and are popular tourist destinations in Galle.

(Optional) The Fort of Galle – Galle is the biggest city on the South Coast, and its oldest monument is the huge Portuguese and Dutch fort that houses the core city. Yet, the city could be considerably older. Some academics believe it is the Old Testament’s ‘Tarshish,’ to which King Solomon despatched his trade ships and where Jonah fled from the Lord. Now, there is no trace of the Portuguese founders on the 90-acre Galle Fort.

Attractions, in Summary,

  • Visit Dutch Fort in Galle (Optional)
  • Engage in Coral Boat Glass Ride (Optional)
  • Engage in Fishing Trip (Optional)

Day 05  Wadduwa / Waskaduwa / Bentota

After Breakfast

MADU RIVER BOAT RIDE in the 915 hectares Maadu Ganga Estuary is connected by two narrow channels to the Random Lake, forming a complex wetland system encompassing 64 mangrove islets. In the year 2000, the International Union for the Conservation of Nature (IUCN) undertook a detailed biodiversity survey of the region & revealed the existence of no less than ten major wetland vegetation types that sustain approximately 300 plant species and 248 animal species. Because of its amazing diversity, it was classified under the RAMSAR Convention on Wetlands in 2003. Kosgoda Marine Turtle Protection. All seven marine turtle species are threatened globally. Five of these seven came ashore to nest in Sri Lanka. The process of sea turtles nesting, hatching, and swimming back to sea is amazing to watch. The Kosgoda Conservation Project is an ideal way to learn about and observe this endangered species. Garden Beach Hotel, on.

Attractions, in Summary,

  • Visit Turtle Hatchery
  • Engage in mangroves Madhu River Boat Ride
  • Witness Cinnamon Extract Process and Moon Mining Process
  • Engage in Water Sports like Banan Boat ride, Jetski, Knee / Tube Boat Ride, Speed Boat ride, Canoeing,
  • Parasailing, Para Motoring, etc (Optional)
  • Visit Bentota Beach (Optional)

Day 06 Colombo – Airport

Even if it’s difficult, all beautiful things must come to an end. Your travel representative will meet you at the hotel lobby and transport you to the airport for your flight home.


  • Tour package confirmation is always subject to availability at the time of booking.
  • The embassy retains the right to request any document in addition to those listed above at its sole discretion.
  • The time it takes to process visas, the requirements that must be satisfied, and the fees that must be paid are all subject to change at any time by the Embassy without prior notice.
  • Child prices only apply. 

Terms & Conditions

  • You need to have received two doses of the Pfizer Biotech/Oxford AstraZeneca/Moderna vaccine to be fully protected.
  • The package itinerary can be changed. You will be updated on any modifications.
  • If specific services or facilities are unavailable, replacement options of a similar nature will be provided. Moreover, package rates may vary based on services or facilities.
  • No refunds are offered for any booked packages. Buy Air Ticket Ltd. has the right to amend or cancel vacation packages at any moment and without prior notice.
  • Buy Air Ticket Ltd. retains the right to levy an extra fee for any service that is now included, as well as the right to do so for any unforeseen taxes imposed by the government in the future.
  • If you are unable to check in on the day that was indicated in your booking due to changes in airline schedules or other unforeseeable causes, the hotel will not make any changes to your reservation nor will it issue a refund for the amount that you have already paid.
  • If your flight is canceled and you need to stay longer, you’ll be charged extra.


Office Address Phone Email
43/2 College Area (Adjacent BEL Tower), Flat 4/A, New Market, Road #01, Dhanmondi R/A, Dhaka-1205. +01322666447


  • The minimum Cancellation is BDT 1000/-per Head.
  • 25% between 15-10 Days before Tour Departure.
  • 50% between 10-05 Days before Tour Departure.
  • 75% between 05-01 Day before Tour Departure.
  • 100% on the Same Day & No show.
  • Cancellation charges as % of Total Tour Cost.


What language is spoken in Sri Lanka?

Sinhala and Tamil are recognized as the country’s two official languages.

Is English spoken throughout Sri Lanka?

Although the ability to speak English is pretty common across the country, you shouldn’t immediately assume that everyone is fluent in the language.

What currency is used in Sri Lanka?

Sri Lanka’s rupee is the official unit of money and is acknowledged everywhere. In most places that accept credit cards as a form of payment, the most common cards used are Mastercard and Visa.

Is a visa required for entry into Sri Lanka?

Before entering the nation, you will need to obtain a visa. Tourist visas valid for thirty days are available online for Canadians and Americans with valid passports.

Is Wi-Fi readily available?

The majority of Sri Lanka’s main cities have decent internet service. Wi-Fi is available in the majority of restaurants, bars, cafés, hotels, and retail malls; however, it may be unavailable in more rural regions and towns.

Can I use my cellphone in Sri Lanka? 

Tourists can acquire a SIM card in India, however we advise you to inquire with your current cellular provider to learn more about your options. You might be able to utilize an economical roaming package from your existing provider while you are in India.

Is it safe to drink tap water?

Visitors to Sri Lanka are strongly advised not to drink water straight from the taps. You should only consume water that has been filtered or purified.

When would be the best time to visit Sri Lanka?

The months of December to March are good for visiting the western half of the country as well as the beaches on the southern coast. Due of the slightly different weather pattern experienced on the east coast, the months of April through September are good for visiting. If you wish to visit Yala National Park, you should do it outside of September because the park is usually closed during that month for different conservation projects.

Is there transportation within Sri Lanka?

Because Sri Lanka is such a tiny country, driving is the most effective way to go from one region to another. If they are on a Goway group trip, they will travel in either a private vehicle or a bus. To make the excursion, it is customary to use the express train from Kandy to the region holding the tea plantations.

Is Sri Lanka a family-friendly destination? 

Sri Lanka is well-known truth to be a great family vacation spot. Family-friendly activities include visiting undeveloped beaches, taking a safari to view elephants and leopards in national parks, and visiting historical and cultural monuments.

How welcoming is Sri Lanka to LGBTQ travelers and families?

Because of the traditional and conservative beliefs upheld in this country, we highly advise LGBTQ travelers to retain their anonymity while there.

What festivals/public holidays are celebrated in Sri Lanka?

The celebration of Tamil Thai Pongal Day takes place in January, typically on the 14th of that month. The Fourth of February is the day designated as a national holiday. New Year’s Eve in Sinhala and Tamil occurs in April each year, normally on April 13 or April 14, while New Year’s Day typically falls on April 14 or April 15, respectively.



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