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04 Days Ramayana Trail

  • 04 Days / 03 Nights
  • Culture / Neture
  • Sri Lanka
  • Jan - Dec


Discover the enchanting wonders of Sri Lanka with oAmith Tours Srilanka. Immerse yourself in the vibrant culture as you explore ancient temples and UNESCO World Heritage sites. Sri Lanka is widely regarded as one of the best countries to embark on a Ramayana tour. With its rich cultural and historical heritage deeply intertwined with the epic Ramayana, Sri Lanka offers a unique opportunity to explore the sacred sites associated with this ancient story. From the revered Temple of the Tooth in Kandy, believed to house a relic of Lord Buddha, to the mystical caves of Ravana Ella and the sacred grounds of Seetha Amman Temple, every step in Sri Lanka brings the Ramayana to life. The country’s natural beauty, warm hospitality, and spiritual ambiance make it an ideal destination for those seeking a meaningful and immersive Ramayana experience..

Let Amith Tours Srilanka be your trusted companion as you embark on an adventure filled with cultural wonders, natural beauty, and cherished memories.

Price Includes

  • Air-conditioned and private semi-luxury car or van will be provided
  • Assistance at the airport
  • Accommodation on bed & breakfast basis on mention hotels abow
  • Private semi-luxury car/van (air-conditioned)
  • Private English Speaking driver for the entire journey
  • Kandy city tour
  • NuwaraEliya city tour
  • Spice Garden visit
  • All government taxes
  • Fuel & local insurance for the vehicle

Price Excludes

  • Personal expenses
  • This package excludes the sightseeing entrance charges (Unless Specified)
  • Meals not mentioned in the itinerary
  • Camera & Video Permits
  • Travel Insurance is NOT included
  • Guide/Driver tips
  • There are no Air-tickets included in the tour package

Booking information

Let your mind drift to the most stunning places in Sri Lanka. Explore spectacular architectural feats, a tropical paradise.Sri Lanka will offer you the feeling of wanting to go everywhere all at once. You will enjoy for sure opening your eyes to new beginnings, new cultures and new ways of living. When in Sri Lanka you will have to blink twice to make sure you are seeing things right, Light up your life when in Sri Lanka There will be something about Sri Lankan culture that excites you no matter what.

Cancellation Policy

All travel offers listed on our website are discounted. As such, all orders are non-refundable, and cannot be used in conjunction with any other promotion. Thus, no refund for Cancellations made with less than 30 days from the start of a tour and for No-show.

What to Expect

A Ramayana tour in Sri Lanka offers a fascinating journey into the ancient epic’s storied history. Expect to explore sacred temples and sites associated with the Ramayana, such as the Temple of the Tooth in Kandy and the Sita Amman Temple in Nuwara Eliya. Discover the legendary locations where significant events of the Ramayana unfolded and the Divurumpola, believed to be the site of Sita’s Agni Pariksha. Immerse yourself in the rich cultural heritage, captivating folklore, and spiritual significance of these sites as you delve into the mythical world of the Ramayana.

  • Visit Kanniya Hot well springs
  • Experience a Spice Villege Tour
  • Visit Shankari Devi Temple
  • Visit Trikoneshwaram Temple
  • Visit Divurumpola
  • Visit Temple of the Tooth in Kandy
  • Visit Sri Muththumariamman Temple
  • Visit Sita Amman Temple
  • Visit Nuwara Eliya


Day 01 -Airport / Trinco

                                                                      Trincomalee, located on the northeastern coast of Sri Lanka, is a city with a rich historical and cultural heritage. It is home to several significant attractions, including the Kanniya Hot well springs, known for their therapeutic properties and popular among locals and tourists alike. The Shankari Devi Temple, dedicated to the Hindu goddess Parvati, is another notable landmark in Trincomalee. Additionally, the Trikoneshwaram Temple, perched on a cliff overlooking the sea, is believed to be one of the oldest Hindu temples in the country. These sites offer glimpses into the religious and historical significance of Trincomalee, attracting visitors with their charm and cultural importance.

Activities Day 01

  • Pick up from the Air port and proceed to Trincomalee.

  • En route to Trincomalee, we will make a stop to visit the renowned Kanniya Hot well springs, known for their natural thermal waters believed to have healing properties.

  • Next, Explore the spiritual heritage of Trincomalee with visits to the sacred Shankari Devi Temple and Trikoneshwaram Temple.

  • Dinner and overnight stay at Hotel in Trincomalee.

Day 02 - Trinco / Kandy


The Sri Muththumariamman Temple, located in Sri Lanka’s cultural capital, Kandy, is a vibrant and sacred Hindu temple dedicated to the goddess Mariamman. It stands as a testament to the rich Hindu heritage of the region. The Temple of the Tooth Relic, also in Kandy, houses the sacred tooth relic of Lord Buddha and is a significant pilgrimage site for Buddhists worldwide. It holds immense historical and religious importance. Additionally, the Spice Garden offers a captivating experience, showcasing Sri Lanka’s spice trade history and its diverse range of aromatic spices. Exploring these sites provides a glimpse into the cultural, religious, and historical tapestry of Sri Lanka.

Activities Day 2

  • After breakfast proceed to Kandy
  • Learn about the medicinal healing properties of spices and herbs at the Spice and Herbal Garden, used worldwide in medicines and Ayurvedic concoctions.
  • Pay a visit to the Sri Muththumariamman Temple, a vibrant and revered Hindu temple in Trincomalee.
  • Next, City Tour of Kandy Including Hindu Temple, Temple of the tooth relic of lord Buddha.
  • Overnight stay at Kandy.

Day 03 - Kandy / Nuwara Eliya


Nuwara Eliya, often referred to as “Little England,” is a picturesque town nestled in the heart of Sri Lanka’s hill country. Known for its cool climate and lush tea plantations, it offers a charming colonial atmosphere. The Baktha Hanuman Temple is a renowned Hindu temple dedicated to Lord Hanuman and is believed to be associated with the epic Ramayana. Sita Amman Temple, located nearby, is a sacred site associated with Sita, the consort of Lord Rama. These temples hold great religious significance and are frequented by devotees and tourists seeking spiritual solace. Exploring Nuwara Eliya and its temples offers a fascinating blend of natural beauty and mythological history.

Activities Day 3

  • After Breakfast proceed to Nuwara Eliya.
  • En route Ramboda Falls and .
  • After, Sita Amman Temple and Nuwara Eliya City Tour.
  • Overnight stay at Nuwara Eliya.

Day 04 - Nuwara Eliya / Colombo

                                                                        The Pinnawala Elephant Orphanage in Sri Lanka is a remarkable sanctuary for elephants. Located in the village of Pinnawala, it serves as a nurturing home, nursery, and captive breeding ground for wild Asian elephants. This renowned orphanage is known for having the largest herd of captive elephants in the world. Visitors can witness these majestic creatures up close as they roam freely and engage in various activities. The orphanage provides vital care and protection to orphaned and injured elephants, ensuring their well-being and future survival. It is an incredible opportunity to observe and learn about these gentle giants, fostering a deeper appreciation for elephant conservation efforts in Sri Lanka.

Activities Day 01

  • After Breakfast Check out and transfer to Airport/Colombo.

  • En route, you will visit Gayathri Peedam, a Hindu religious site associated with the epic Ramayana, and then proceed to Divurumpola, a historic place known for its significance in the Ramayana story, where Sita underwent a test of her purity.
  • After, Colombo City Tour and proceed to Airport for Departure.



Visas Information

Do I need a visa to enter Sri Lanka?

Yes, you will need a visa to enter Sri Lanka. In addition, if you intend visiting Sri Lanka on a short visit,you will need to obtain an Electronic Travel Authorization (ETA) prior to arrival.

What is an Electronic Travel Authorization (ETA) ?

The Electronic Travel Authorization (ETA) is an official authorization for a Short Visit to Sri Lanka and is issued through an on-line system. You need to obtain an ETA if you intend visiting Sri Lanka as a Tourist, on Business or on Transit. No passport copies, documents or photographs are required to obtain the ETA. ETA holders will be issued a 30 day Short Visit visa at the port of entry in Sri Lanka.

 Am I required to obtain an ETA?

Nationals of all countries with the exception of citizens of countries mentioned below are required to obtain an ETA to visit Sri Lanka.

Nationals of following countries who visit Sri Lanka for a Short visit up to 30 days are exempt from obtaining an ETA;

  • The Republic of Singapore
  • The Republic of Maldives
  • The Republic of Seychelles
How much does the ETA cost?

The non-refundable ETA processing fee for a Tourist visa with Double Entry for 30 days for citizens of South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC) countries will cost US$ 15, all other countries will cost US$ 30. Children below 12 years of age are exempt from the ETA fee.

A complete list of ETA processing fees could be obtained from the ETA website.

How do I apply for the ETA?

You can submit the ETA application online through the ETA website. Select the language, click ‘Apply’ and follow the instructions.
Other options for you to apply are;

  • By Third party
  • By Registered agents
  • At Sri Lanka Overseas Missions
  • At the head office of the Department of Immigration and Emigration (DI&E), Colombo
  • On arrival at the port of entry in Sri Lanka

Answers to FAQ’s on the ETA can be found at the official web site,

What Language will people understand?

Sinhala and Tamil are the official languages in Sri Lanka. English is a ‘link’ language and generally understood by most people and is easy to get by. Off the beaten track knowledge of it thins. English is spoken at all hotels, major restaurants and shops. Tourslanka provides guides in English, German, French, Spanish, Italian and Japanese languages to foreign visitors requiring assistance. Road signs are written both in Sinhalese & English throughout the country, with few exceptions.

Can I access the internet freely?

Can I purchase a local mobile connection while on holiday?

It’s a good option to purchase a local SIM card and top up cards while you are on holiday. The mobile call rates are relatively cheap for both local and IDD calls. There are many mobile operators in the country (E.g. Dialog, Mobitel, Etisalat, Hutch etc.,). Dialog has a counter at the Colombo Airport and you can obtain a connection on arrival. A Dialog connection will cost about Rupees 1500. Top up cards are freely available island-wide. You can buy top-up cards for denominations of Rupees 100, 400 & 1000. Be sure that your phone is `dual band’ and unlocked.

When is the best time to travel?

Climatically, the best & driest seasons are from December to March on the West & South Coasts and in the hill country, and from May to September in the East Coast. Sri Lanka is subject to two monsoons, the rainy season in the East coast is the dry season in the south west coast & vise versa. This means Sri Lanka is a year around destination, and there is always a ‘right’ season somewhere in the island.

Out of season travel has it’s advantages, not only do the crowds go away, but many airfares & accommodation prices too go down, with many special offers thrown in. On the coast the average temperature is about 27° C. The temperature rapidly falls with altitude. At Kandy (altitude 450m) the average temperature is 20° C and at Nuwara Eliya (altitude 1890m) it’s down to around 16°C.

Are there any areas that I cannot travel to?

You may travel to anywhere in the island. However, travel to the North requires prior authorization from the Ministry of Defence. We do not conduct tours to the Northern province at present.

How is the nightlife in Sri Lanka?

The places with some active night life are Colombo, Negombo and Hikkaduwa.
Colombo has some decent pubs, night clubs, karaoke lounges and bars. There is a growing pub-culture among the young crowd in Colombo. Friday and Saturday nights are the days for all night partying. The casinos offer a good combination of live entertainment, food and games of chance.

Negombo and Hikkaduwa have some good beach restaurants and bars. Negombo doesn’t have much of a party scene, but you will find regular beach parties in Hikkaduwa.

What currency is used in Sri Lanka?

The Sri Lankan currency is the Rupee (Rs), divided in to 100 cents. Notes come in denominations of 10, 20, 50, 100, 200, 500, 1000 & 2000. Breakdown larger notes when you change money – it can sometimes be a problem to breakdown a larger note (500, 1000 or 2000).

Hotels and other tourist establishments will quote you the price in US$ or Euro and collect in Rupees at the prevailing exchange rate.

What food will I find?

What food will I find?

Sri Lankan dishes are based on rice, with a large variety of vegetables, fish & fruits. The uniqueness of Sri Lankan food influenced by invaders and traders – Indians, Arabs, Malays, Moors, Portuguese, Dutch and English all whom have left a mark on the Sri Lankan diet, will surely make your trip a voyage of culinary discovery!

Sri Lankan food is good, perhaps a little too piquant for foreign palates, but worth trying. The Lankan food served in your hotel is toned down a little bit due to the sensitive stomach of most tourists, but nevertheless is delicious and you should try it. International food of any kind is found in all major Sri Lankan Restaurants.

Most coastal towns have excellent seafood including prawns & delicious crab. Rates are quite inexpensive. Being a tropical country, Sri Lanka is blessed with a large variety of fruits. Some fruits like mangoes and Bananas (known an plantains here), come in over a dozen of sub varieties of shapes, sizes & tastes! Fruits such as Rambutan, Pineapple, Mangosteen, Papaya (Papaw), wood apple, melons, passion fruit, guavas, etc., are but a small sample of the amazing variety of fruits to be discovered and enjoyed.

 Can I obtain vegetarian food?

Most large hotels and restaurants have a ‘vegetarian section’ in the menu. The smaller local ‘rice and curry’ restaurants may say the food is vegetarian but include a serving of fried fish or sprats (anchovies). The ‘South Indian’ vegetarian restaurants are 100% vegetarian.

Can I obtain ‘Halal’ food?

‘Halal’ food is quite scarce in major hotels. The Galadari and Holiday Inn in Colombo serve halal food, as well a couple of hotels on the west coast. There are quite a few restaurants in Colombo and Kandy, but not much else. The best bet is to order seafood instead of meat to be on the safe side.

What sort of food can I expect in an ‘Ayurveda Resort’?

The food is exclusively based on Sri Lankan rice and curry menu. The curries are mostly Sri Lankan vegetables; Chicken and fish maybe included.

How about drinks?

Sri Lanka is famous for it’s tea, and pride ourselves in producing ‘Ceylon Tea’, the finest tea in the world. There is a local version of coffee, which is a bit strong. But Colombo is the only place that you could get a really good espresso. Highly recommended are the fresh fruit juices. Popular international soft drinks are available even in little village boutiques.

Sri Lanka has it’s own variety of local beer. Sri Lanka also has two extremely popular local varieties of intoxicating beverage – Toddy and Arrack. Toddy is a natural drink, produced from one or other palm trees. Fermented and refined toddy becomes Arrack. Some varieties are real “rocket fuel”! Imported beer and foreign liquors cost almost the same as in most western countries.
Thambili or King Coconut is a sweet, clean and cheap natural drink that you’ll find by the wayside. It’s extremely cooling and refreshing!

We advice not to drink tap water unless it is purified. Bottled water is recommended. Only use water from containers with serrated seal- not tops or corks. Most hotel rooms have boiled water in thermos flasks, which is safe to drink.

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