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I was born and raised in Sri Lanka, speak the mother tongue and know the country like no other. Spending almost all my free time travelling around the country with my family as a child, my love for Sri Lanka has become one of the strongest elements in my work today. I later moved to Tokyo, Japan, in pursuit of higher education and big dreams. My time in Tokyo and other parts of Japan has given me an unparalleled understanding of the country, its culture and people. I went on to master speaking and writing Japanese, in addition to gaining a BA in Travel and Tourism from the prestigious Rikkyo University in Tokyo. On receiving my degree, I decided to realise my dreams of travelling and promoting the destinations. Now, with over 20 years of experience in the travel industry, I am a world-class travel expert and experienced tour provider for both Sri Lanka and Japan.

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Eternal Summers in the East of Sri Lanka

Commencing the journey from the coastal city of Negombo will give you a glimpse of Sri Lanka’s beaches and prepare you for the East Coast. On the way you will get to view the spectacular vistas of the central hills and see the majestic elephants at play at an orphanage made solely for them. Our tour takes you to Kandy, with its many attractions such as the Temple of the Tooth Relic, as a visit to the island cannot be complete without visiting the last kingdom of Sri Lanka. Then, it’s the popular East Coast destination Pasikudah, known to have one of the longest stretches of shallow reef coastline in the world. The uniqueness of Pasikudah is its relatively weak current and shallow depth which makes it possible to wade in for several kilometres in the crystal clear waters of the Indian Ocean. Pasikudah Beach is a hot spot with award winning hotels, also part of our special tour. Heading back from the splendour of the coast, you get to visit the ancient ruins of a bygone era and the famous Lion Rock or Sigiriya with its world famous frescoes, ancient ponds and ruins of a palace built on a rock. The end of your journey is in the business hub of Colombo, which has its own history to boast about and you can explore it at the Colombo Museum, Dutch Hospital and with a tour of the city. Don’t miss the opportunity to shop for souvenirs or more at the shopping malls of this old colonial city, which has a rich past and booming future.

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Spectacular Sri Lanka

Be transported to the rich cultural heritage of Sri Lanka, resplendent with age-old kingdoms and a culture so uniquely and carefully guarded by its people. Begin at the fishing village of Negombo, known as Little Rome, with its pristine beaches, glistening sea and amazing seafood. Next, head towards the ancient kingdoms where kings and queens roamed in sumptuos palanquins, visit palaces built on rocks or view the Dambulla Cave temple displaying the richness of ancient arts and crafts. Enjoy the panoramic views atop Sigiriya and Dambulla. Witness the famous Elephant Gathering at the Minneriya National Park, where hundreds of elephants frolic at the water holes. You can also step into a rural village through the Hiriwadunna Nature Trail; a village where trees outnumber people, with catamaran boat trips on the lake and bullock cart rides as part of its highlights. Explore the nature trails of Sri Lanka off the beaten track, that take you to lesser known sites of the island. Visit the Veddahs in Dambana, Sri Lanka’s indigenous group of people displaying their own culture and traditions at a specially choreographed Veddah Program. The tour will also take you towards Kandy, which hosts the famous cultural show depicting the intrinsic art forms such as the vibrant Kandyan dancers which are unique to the last kingdom of Sri Lanka. From Kandy, you will be taken to the cool climes of Nuwara Eliyabefore, and the final stop Colombo for a city tour and shopping as part of our spectacular tour.

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Wildlife and Cultural Escapes in Sri Lanka

From start to finish, the Sri Lanka Wildlife and Cultural Tour is a chance to indulge your love for nature and culture together. Our experts will ensure the best travel experience from the moment you land. Let us whisk you away to the coastal city of Negombo, known as Little Rome, renowned for the its abundance of seafood and amazing sandy beaches, followed by the viewing of the well preserved ruins of the ancient kingdoms of Dambulla, Sigiriya and Polonnaruwa. Make the most of your journey at the hill capital Kandy which holds onto unique traditions, customs and a dance style venerated worldwide, prior to exploring the wild terrain of the Gal Oya National Park to glimpse the rarest species of birds and other animals, from swimming elephants to sloths, bears, and more. The Gal Oya safari tours include a more adventurous walk in the park with an expert naturalist, offering guidance and a boat safari for that up close sighting of eagles and other birds. Join a Jeep Safari of the Yala National park which will give you a chance to see the elusive leopard taking a cat nap on the rock, or feasting on its food. When you think you’ve seen it all, we take you on a whale watching tour to Mirissa - home to the largest marine mammal - before journeying on the coastal strip towards Galle for a Galle Fort Tour to see a fort built by the Dutch in the fifteenth century. A hop, step and jump away are Unawatuna’s glistening waters, inviting you to splash around, float or swim before splurging on a shopping escapade in the business hub of Colombo, Sri Lanka.

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Spiritual Japan

The tour starts in Tokyo, where you can immerse yourself in ancient cultures and modern ways of life. Relax in one of the city gardens and take a cruise along Sumida River in Tokyo before you head to Iseshima and Toba. Iseshima is best known for Ise Jingu, one of the holiest Shinto shrines in Japan. Our local guides will tell you the history and rituals of Ise Shrine before taking you to the Ama Divers huts in Toba. Then, take a bullet train to Nagoya and Hiroshima, before heading to Kyoto. Experience zen connections in Kyoto by joining an authentic tea ceremony in Kyotoand, visiting the tranquil temples. The final stop of the tour will be a visit to spiritual Mount Koyathe,  birthplace of Shingon Buddhism. Learn meditation and spend the night in the halls of a Shukobu temple. Embark on a spiritual journey in Japan with our expert guides and find your inner peace before you head back home.

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Highlights of Japan

Wander through this fascinating land with the Highlights of Japan tour, exploring some of the most sought after destinations in the country. The tour starts in Tokyo, taking you to the downtown district of Asakusa Temple and Nakimase shopping street to the upmarket shopping in Ginza. This is followed by the most renowned symbol of Japan,Mount Fuji. Take the opportunity to get a close range snap shot of Mt. Fuji from a cruise in Lake Ashi, visit the bubbling Owakudani Valley in Hakone National Park and taste one of the eggs which are thought to prolong life due to being boiled in the natural hotspring waters. Hop on the bullet train and visit the Japanese Alps. Experience the well preserved old town of Takayama, famous for its spring and autumn festivals, the mountainous Shirakawa-go village with its thatched roofs and Kanazawa which includes one of the top three gardens in Japan. Try some popular seafood at the Omicho market. The final stop, Kyoto, will include many highlights such as temples with the gold leafed upper deck: Golden Pavilion, Gion Geisha District, Authentic Tea Ceremony, the shogun ruler’s Nijo Castle. A popular day trip to Arashiyama Bamboo Grove, Nara or Hiroshima and Miyajima island can also be arranged.

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