East coast are long white beaches, great surf and mangrove lagoons has been largely off the tourist routes during civil unrest. Now is the time to visit no crowds and a particularly warm welcome by local people wanting to re-establish tourism. May to September is the time to go for the weather, activities and general up keep of the beach cleanliness. Trincomalee and the Cultural Triangle can easily be combined to offer a wide range of holiday interests.
After you got picked up at the airport or your hotel, you will proceed to Sigiriya.In the afternoon you will have the opportunity to climb the Sigiriya Rock Fortress, built 5th century A.D (claimed by some as the 8th wonder in the world), see the water garden, bolder garden, mural paintings, the mirror wall, the lion's paws and the royal swimming pool on top.Stay over night in Sigiriya
After breakfast proceed to Trincomalee.Trincomalee is a port city in on the southern coast of Sri Lanka about 113 miles south of Jaffna. Trincomalee is one of the main centers of Tamil speaking cultur region the island. . The beaches are used for surfing,scuba diving,snorkeling and whale watching. The city also has the largest Dutch Fort in Sri Lanka.2 nights in Trincomelee.
Leave Trincomalee after breakfast and proceed to ancient city of Polonaruwa.Sightseeing of the ancient city of Polonnaruwa (10th-12th century A.D). You will visit the modern museum, the Parakrama Samudra (gigantic reservoir made by king Parakrama the Great), Statue of King Parakrama, the Library Shrine, Palace of King Parakrama, the Kumara Pokuna (pond used by royal family with the water flowing system), the Shiva temple, the Thuparama shrine room with its glittering statues, the Alahana Monastery Complex, the Gal Vihare (a master peace of stone carving), the Lotus Pond and a traditional wood carving factory. After your afternoon tea you will proceed back to your hotel or International Airport.