In the morning you will be met by your professional local guide at your accommodation who will then take you to your first stop, Village of dambulla, located in the center of Sri Lanka. A warm welcome from the villagers awaits you as you enjoy. Next, you will enjoy a rural activity that allows you to stroll through the village streets to discover the daily life of the Village people. Here you will see how they dedicate themselves to their god, you will also be shown the art of the cultivation. Then, continue to see how the elderly Village people farming. You will have the chance to Experience how the farmers work in the rice fields. You will learn how to plant, transplant or harvest rice (depending on the season). At the same time you will have the opportunity to learn more about this kinds of things, the Sri Lanka traditional irrigation system that is a UNESCO acknowledged way of sustainable farming. A delicious lunch will be served on a hut facing the rice fields. Proceeding to Sigiriya, a traditional village that preserves their traditional architectural housing to today. This same type of typical village entrance stands in a row on the left and right side of the village. You will be transferred back to your hotel at the end of the tour.
Return transfer with private vehicle
Private Guide + Porter
All trek equipment
some local refreshment during the trek.
Hiking pidurangala and see the sunrise
Climb down and take a small rest
Visit sigiriya Rock
Take Traditional lunch from village home.
Camping (mobile tent)
Bicycle ride with village tour
Bout ride in the lake
Sigiriya is an ancient rock fortress located in the northern Matale District near the town of Dambulla in the Central Province, Sri Lanka. The name refers to a site of historical and archaeological significance that is dominated by a massive column of rock nearly 200 meters (660 ft) high.
According to the ancient Sri Lankan chronicle the Culavamsa, this site was selected by King Kashyapa (477 – 495 CE) for his new capital. He built his palace on the top of this rock and decorated its sides with colorful frescoes. On a small plateau about halfway up the side of this rock he built a gateway in the form of an enormous lion. The name of this place is derived from this structure Sigiriya, the Lion Rock. Sigiriya today is a UNESCO listed World Heritage Site. It is one of the best preserved examples of ancient urban planning.