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With visits to Southlands College and work on a community project , participants will be able to gain hands on experience and valuable knowledge of Sri Lanka and the people who live there.Although there is no commitment to extended physical activity on this journey we nonetheless want to keep the ‘accent on the active’.Depending on the time you arrive the afternoon is free to relax or explore the area before meeting your guide in the evening where you will have a trip briefing.This evening enjoy a tour of Negombo including the Old Dutch fortress dating back to 1678, the Hamilton Canal which was built by the Dutch for the transportation of cinnamon, St Mary’s Church, the Old Dutch Cemetery and the Negombo Fish Market.En route visit a Tea Factory and a Plantation to witness the manufacturing process of world famous "Ceylon Tea" and to taste a pure unblended cup of factory fresh tea before being sent to the Tea Auctions in Colombo leading to Export.This evening is free for walks /tour around the city - the important places being the Victoria Park, Gregory Lake, Golf Course, Market etc.This afternoon we take a city tour with sights including a Buddhist Temple, Dutch Wolvendhal Church, a Hindu Temple, Town Hall, BMICH (Bandaranaike Memorial International Conference Hall) and Cinnamon Gardens the prime residential area as well as the newly opened Performing Arts Theatre.Depending on time we will also visit the Cresat Shopping mall.
En route we will visit the Elephant Transit Home which is a widely regarded as being the best elephant rehabilitation centre in Sri Lanka and with the strongest animal protection policies in place.
Meals: After breakfast we depart for Nuwara Eliya - “Little England” through the Ramboda Pass.
Nuwara Eliya is nestled in a wooded basin at the foot of Mount Pidurutalagala Sri Lanka’s highest peak; this region at 6,183ft above sea-level has a cool, crisp climate unknown elsewhere in Sri Lanka.
The centre is home to many baby elephants who have been victims of the human elephant conflict.
We take a stop to experience the baby elephants being bottle fed; here we will also partake in presenting a donation in the form of Milk Powder (Lacktogen) to be used for the baby elephants.