Discover a world of spice and splendour on a fitness trip through Sri Lanka.
Ride through tea plantations, canoe down rivers, and hike to ancient fortresses on this fitness focused adventure from Negombo to Colombo. Sri Lanka is gaining traction as one of Asia’s most exciting new destinations and it’s not hard to see why. With pristine coastline, ancient ruins, rugged peaks and wildlife-filled national parks, it’s a dream for travellers who like to get active. Explore the country’s premier Hindu and Buddhist sites while wandering through the wilds on this Sri Lankan experience.
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Witness ritual devotion in the spiritual heart of the country during an evening puja at Kandy’s Temple of the Tooth.
Spot birdlife and watch as Sri Lanka's forested landscape shifts with the flow of the Kaluganga River on a three-day canoeing expedition.
Encounter Sri Lanka's rich plant life while hiking through the Knuckles Mountain Range, so named for it's fist-like appearance.
Soothe sore muscles while relaxing on Mt Lavinia's 'Golden Mile' of incredible beaches.
Visit Sigiriya's ancient carved-rock fortress, which rises dramatically above the surrounding plains.
This trip requires a good level of fitness.
All travellers will need to be competent swimmers to take part in the canoeing section of this trip
Sri Lanka gets hot and humid, drink plenty of water and remember a good quality hat and sun block
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1. A single supplement is available on this trip and is valid for all nights of tour with the exception of nights camping or in guesthouses.
2. In the wet season, we occasionally need to alter the length and itinerary of the outdoor activities due to ground conditions.
3. The Perahera Festival is a 10 day period of evening processions to honour the Sacred Tooth, which is enshrined at Kandy's Temple of the Tooth. Each night features thousands of perfomers, including dancers, drummers, and a parade of more than 50 decorated elephants. Due to Intrepid's stance on elephant cruelty we do not visit the Perahera Festival and cannot purchase tickets on your behalf.