Trincomalee Tour from Sigiriya
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Trincomalee Tour from Sigiriya

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07:30 AM - After the breakfast at your hotel you will be driven to Trincomalee by luxury air conditioned vehicle.
Located on the north east of Sri Lanka, Trincomalee is known to have one of the finest and the third largest natural harbours in the world. Trinco, as it’s more affectionately known, is most popular for its stunning beaches of Nilaveli, Uppuveli and the thriving waters of Pigeon Island. Travellers can partake in snorkeling and diving, as the waters around Trinco are thriving with a variety of marine life - it’s also known to be a great place for whale and dolphin watching. History buffs can take a walk back in time while exploring the ruins of Fort Frederick, the
Koneswaram Temple and the numerous ancient temples around the area.
• Visit Trincomalee natural harbour
The Trincomalee harbour is considered to be the third largest natural harbour in the world. The seaport has been a strategically important location through Sri Lanka’s history, where many battles were fought to control it. Trincomalee is most famous for 3 bays, Dutch bay, Back bay and the inner harbour.
• Visit Koneswaram temple
Situated on the edge of a high, rocky cliff, the temple is surrounded by the endless sea on all three sides. The temple, along with its religious artefacts were destroyed in 1622 during a battle. However, as the years went on, much of it has been restored, and inside the temple, you’ll find shrines and gold and bronze statues of deities.
• Visit Fort Frederick
Built by the Portuguese during their invasion, Fort Frederick is also referred to as the Trincomalee Fort. It was later occupied and fortified by the Dutch, French and finally the British. Stroll through the expansive gardens within the fort as you learn about the historic battles that
took place here.
• After the lunch enjoy Pigeon island boat
One of the main marine national parks in Sri Lanka, Pigeon Island has been protected since 2003, owing to the number of flourishing coral reefs found here. Snorkel through the tropical waters and you’ll find sea turtles, reef sharks, and a rainbow of fish!tour
• Rest and relax on pristine beaches of East coast and enjoy water sport on your own desire.
• Drop off to your hotel in Trincomalee or return back to Sigiriya
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  • Transfer by luxury air conditioned vehicle
  • English speaking driver
  • Trincomalee city tour as mentioned in itinerary
  • pigeon island boat tour
  • Lunch
  • 1000 ml water bottle person
  • King coconut refreshments
  • All taxes
  • Bottled water
Not included
  • Tips and personal expenses
  • Charges for water sports (You can select own desired water sports, our representative will assist you)
  • Anything NOT mentioned under Inclusions
  • Confirmation will be received at time of booking
  • Wheelchair accessible
  • Bring all necessary personal stuff for the tour (Example: Camera, water bottles, sun creams, hats and etc.)
  • Tour can be customized on your request, please contact Nefelibata Travels for any further assistance
  • This is a private tour/activity. Only your group will participate
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