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This small group tour offers an excellent introduction to the tropical island of Sri Lanka with a focus on both cultural and culinary experiences.

Travel from the fast-growing capital deep into the Hill Country and Cultural Triangle, tasting the island's unique flavour at tea plantations and spice gardens, seeking out wildlife species in a national park and exploring must-visit sights.

Later, travel east towards the Hill Country and the town of Nuwara Eliya where you will stay two nights. View the charming 19th-Century architecture and see why this part of Sri Lanka is also known as ‘Little England’. As you descend from the Hill Country, the train passes through rolling tea plantations and verdant forests and you will understand why this journey has been named as one of the most scenic rail journeys in the world.

Disembark in Kandy, find a spot for lunch and then transfer to your hotel where you will spend two nights.

The majority of the featured hotel are run by the Jetwing hotel group such as the recently-opened Jetwing Lake in Dambulla and the Tudor-inspired Jetwing St Andrew’s in Nuwara Eliya.

• Quality accommodation• Insightful local tour leaders• Hand-picked itineraries• Small groups and a relaxed approach• Porterage and guide tips• Meals where most convenient (B=Breakfast, L=Lunch, D=Dinner), or the freedom to explore local restaurants independently• All specified flights.

Learn some new culinary skills during a couple of hands-on cooking demonstrations, both of which will be followed by a mouthwatering lunch.This small group tour is a superb introduction to the wildlife and beautiful scenery of Sri Lanka.A treat for animal enthusiasts, it offers the chance to see elephants and the elusive leopard as well as marine life on the island’s south coast.During your tour you will witness examples of various styles of architecture including one of the oldest buildings in the city, the 17th-Century Old Dutch Hospital Complex, which was built to serve officers and seafarers of the Dutch East India Company. This will be followed by a hands-on tea picking experience out in the fields that will allow you to appreciate the full process of tea making, all the way from the plant to your cup. Day 5: Nuwara Eliya to Kandy Often travelling between destinations is part of the adventure and this is certainly the case this morning.Other sites you will see may include the Old Parliament Building, the British-built Galle Face Promenade, Independence Square and the Gangaramaya Temple. Following lunch, continue on to Hakgala Botanical Gardens which showcases thousands of plants from Sri Lanka, Europe and the Far East, and into the town of Nuwara Eliya. The group will depart from the hotel and transfer to the train station at Nanu Oya and board the train which will take you to Kandy.

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