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Senior Citizen Holiday



14 days

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The Senior Citizens Tour package is especially made for seniors who are relaxing from a stressful life of work and who are retired and looking to travel more and enjoy leisure and serenity in their later years.Sri Lanka is a great destination for warmth and relaxation, especially for senior adults.It will be made more unforgettable by the island environment, immense natural beauty, diverse cultures, ancient buildings, and our most passionate people in Sri Lanka.A seamless and secure journey is guaranteed by Rokme Tours’ dedicated staff and resources to assist and guide you throughout.

Overview of the Tour 

Day 1 : Welcome to Negombo

Day 2 : Negombo to Sigiriya

Day 3,4 : Explore Sigiriya

Day  5  : Visit to Kandy

Day 6   : Explore Kandy

Day 7 & 8 : Beautiful Nuwaraeliya

Day 9 :  Discover Yala

Day 10,11,12 : Transfer to Mirissa

Day 13:  Back To Colombo

Day 14 : Departure




Tour Amenities

Accepts Credit Cards
Laundry Service
Outdoor Seating
Smoking Allowed
Wireless Internet

Tour Plan

Welcome to Sri Lanka!

  • After a warm welcome and pickup from Colombo International Airport by our chauffeur guide, you will be taken to Negombo for your first night's hotel.
  • It is an easy day following a lengthy flight.Relax !
  • Recommend dining at a renowned Negombo seafood restaurant.
  • Spend the night at Negombo.

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Things to do on your First Day Tour ;

  • Spend the morning in the local fish market in Sri Lanka.
  • Make your way to Sigiriya. (3 HRS)
  • Stop at the Pinnawala Elephant Orphanage on the way.
  • Check in Sigiriya hotel.
  • Rest and relax.
  • Spend the night at Sigiriya.

A Glimpse about Planned Destinations;

Negombo Fish Market is the second largest in the nation. It is a typical local market scene, with lots of fish and shellfish, vendors, and people shouting. a lively marketplace where people are buying, selling, and haggling.

Pinnawala Elephant Orphanage -A nursery for missing and injured elephants as well as a breeding facility). You may observe these kind giants going about their regular lives here. If fortune favors you, you may even have the opportunity to bottle-feed the baby elephants, making your family's trip to Sri Lanka a truly remarkable experience.

Day 3

  • Make an early one-hour drive to the historic city of Anuradhapura.With your own guide, enjoy  the majesty of the "Anuradhapura Ancient City" monastery.
  • Go back to your hotel and relax.
  • The sunset safari at Minneriya National Park. (The biggest gathering of wild elephants in Sri Lanka).
  • A stay of one night in Sigiriya.

Day 4

  • Make an early morning drive to Polonnaruwa.
  • Go around the historic city of Polonnaruwa with your own guide.
  • A traditional Sri Lankan meal at Priyamali's home. (You will finish with a lovely meal prepared in the Sri Lankan tradition.)
  • A genuine Rural encounter.Experience designed especially for tourists looking for a deep, culturally immersed encounter. This village walk takes you along a traditional, off-the-beaten-path village trail that passes through chena farms, rice fields, and the center of an ancient hamlet. Discover adventure by balancing on a log to traverse streams, taking a thrilling river bath, and interacting with the observant locals.

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Minneriya National Park The largest known population of Asian elephants in the world is found in Minneriya National Park. Elephant herds of up to 350 are sighted during this time in the 8,890-hectare park that is just a few square kilometers from the Minneriya Tank. As many as seven hundred elephants, according to some reports.

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Welcome to the Cultural Heart of Sri Lanka

  •  Transfer to Kandy.
  • Spend fifteen minutes walking through the biggest local vegetable market in Sri Lanka.
  • Consider the Batik Workshop's firsthand knowledge from Sri Lanka.
  • Visit the Matale spice farm en route to discover how well-known Ceylon spices are created.
  • After settling in, relax at the Kandy.

Day 5 Hightights!

Srilankan Batik ;This ancient art form is essential to Sri Lankan culture and is a representation of the island's aesthetics, history, and artisanal talent.A hot wax outline is an essential step in the resist dyeing process used by a batik artist. Before being made into  clothing, the final fabric is cleaned with detergent and allowed to dry in the sun.

Matale Spice Garden;One of the greatest locations on the island for growing spices is Matale Spice Garden, which is open to both locals and Foreigners for informational visits and has over 15 different spices.Sri Lanka was well-known in the 19th century for its spices.

  • In the morning, go through Peradeniya's Botanical Garden. (The Oldest Formal Gardens in Sri Lanka)
  • Cultural Dance Show (evening visit): The Kandyan cultural show features live, thrilling displays of traditional dance and music.
  • Gratitude at the Temple of Tooth in Kandy. (See the main temple in Sri Lanka).
  • Relax at the hotel.
  • Spend the night in Kandy.

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Temple of Tooth Relic:One of the  Precious Buddhist temple called Sri Dalada Maligawa, also called the Temple of the Sacred Tooth Relic. It is situated within the Royal Palace Complex of the former Kingdom of Kandy, which also holds the Buddha's tooth relic.

The Kandyan dance is an exceptionally beautiful and complex dance. It became popular during the time of the Kandyan kings in the 16th and 17th centuries, and it is now recognized as Sri Lanka's national dance.

Day 7

  • Travel  to Nuwara Eliya through the tea plantations, pausing to take in the most amazing views
  •  Walk around beautiful green tea plantations and hilly scenery.
  • Savor the breeze as it blows past misty peaks and flowing waterfalls.
  • While traveling Take a tour of the Sri Lankan Tea Factory and experience picking tea.
  • Relax after checking into the Nuwara Eliya hotel.
  • Spend the night in Nuwara Eliya.

Day 8

  • Explore British remains while exploring Nuwara Eliya.
  • Experience of a High Tea at Nuwara Eliya.
  • Relax at the hotel.
  • Spend the night in Nuwara Eliya.

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  • Train ride from Nanu Oya Station in Nuwara Eliya to Ella. Two hours of scenic train travel to "Ella," a small rural paradise in Sri Lanka
  • Pickup from Ella railway station & Transfer to Yala.
  • Arrive to the hotel, then relax.
  •  Spend the night at Yala.

Learn more about "Yala"

Yala is a nature lover's dream come true. It provides amazing wilderness experiences that let visitors encounter some of Sri Lanka's most abundant wildlife. 44 animal species, including the Sri Lankan leopard, and 215 bird species, including endemic species, can be found in Yala.

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  • Safari at Yala National Park early in the morning.
  • Make the trip to Galle.
  • Arrive to the hotel and relax in Mirissa.
  • Have an enjoyable day at the beach.
  • Spend the night at Mirissa.

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Day 11

  • Relax on the beach.
  • Trek up to Coconut Tree Hill, approach Parrot Rock, and take in the breathtaking views of the setting sun.
  • Spend the night at Mirissa.

Day 12

  • Take the coastline route to Galle.
  •  Travel to Galle and explore the "Galle Dutch Fort," a UNESCO World Heritage site.
  • Walk around Galle Fort's ramparts.
  • Relax on the beach.
  • Spend the night at Mirissa.


The Historical Landmark of Galle City Built initially by the Portuguese in 1588, Galle Fort is located in the Bay of Galle on Sri Lanka's southwest coast. The Dutch greatly strengthened the walls starting in 1649 and continued throughout the 17th century. This historical, archeological, and architectural landmark received significant renovation by Sri Lanka's archeological Department, which has kept it looking beautiful for over 432 years.

Coconut Tree Hill In Mirissa, Sri Lanka,  is a coast that is close to the Indian Ocean. Situated atop an island with a coconut plantation, it is one of the nation's most famous tourist destinations. Even though Coconut Tree Hill is situated on privately held land, it is one of Sri Lanka's most popular Instagram spots.

Parrot Rock The nicest feature of Parrot Rock, a little island of rocks in Mirissa known for its picturesque views and rows of palm trees, but the hidden beauty of the rock lies under the surface.

  • Journey to the city of Colombo. (Capital of Sri Lanka at the moment)
  • City tour of Colombo.
  • Spend the night in Colombo.

Things to do at Colombo :

The largest and most populous city in Sri Lanka, Colombo, offers visitors the finest of everything.A friendly and a welcoming city,

  • You can shop in Colombo malls endlessly.
  • Savor authentic Sri Lankan cuisine and international fast food brands.
  • Explore the Busy City
  • Take a lot of memorable pictures.

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End of an amazing Journey of Adventure and Warmth !

  • After an amazing visit of Sri Lanka, transfer to your flight back home from Colombo.
  • Till we cross paths again, good bye.

Thank you  & Come Again!

A fourteen-day trip of discovery and adventure in a beautiful country such as Sri Lanka provides us all with much needed refreshment.A well spent fourteen days filled with wonderful memories, experiences, and new things learned. Meeting new people, enjoying new foods, and learning about other cultures all add value to life. We, the residents of Sri Lanka, are grateful that you visited to our beautiful island and feel privileged to have shared in your most remarkable experience.

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