Arrive in Sri Lanka and you will be transferred to Colombo. You will be welcomed to the land mark hotel in Colombo which was originally opened in 1864, borrowing its name from the charming expanse of ground known as the Galle Face Green, which stretches for a kilometer by the side of the Hotel, along the coast, where, in Victorian times, it was a popular place to take a walk in the sea air, or a ride in a horse-drawn carriage.
Galle Face Hotel
After breakfast leave for Galle, en-route visit a mask factory at Ambalangoda. Late afternoon commence a brief city tour of Galle Fort. Galle Fort hotel: a former gem merchants mansion, RAF barracks, a post office, bakery, lapidary and even a pitch for the forts juvenile cricketers; the Galle Fort Hotel is quintessential Galle, a beautiful, eclectic, eccentric gem of a place in the town that exerts a magnet appeal for history and culture buffs the world over.
Galle Fort Hotel
After breakfast proceed to Yala en-route visit Kustarajagala, Nupe Market and Dutch Fort at Matara. On completion of the park trip, head back to Hambantota and check in at the Hambantota Rest House, originally built during the British period.
Hambantota Rest House
Visit a mask factory at Ambalangoda
Visit colonial style hotels
Explore 14th century sites
Visit Kandy and the Temple of the Tooth
Visit to a colonial influenced tea factory
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