17 Day Sri Lankan Discovery (Flights Included)

Bunnik Small Group Tour starting in Negombo and finishing in Colombo

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Overview
Operator: Bunnik
Type: Small Group Tour (Premium)
Max Group Size: 20
Duration: 17 Days
From: Negombo to Colombo
Tour Code: BUN61890
Visits: Sri Lanka
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1
Depart Australia - Arrive Negombo
Welcome to sunny Sri Lanka, the teardropshaped island in the middle of the Indian Ocean. On arrival you will be met and transferred to your hotel.
2
Negombo
We begin our sightseeing tour at the famous Negombo Fish Markets, a traditional patchwork of fish drying on hessian sacks. (B/D) Special Experiences: Cruise along the calm waters of the jungle-fringed Gin Oya River, listening to the tranquil sounds of the abundant birdlife. We'll watch the sunset before joining a local family for a hosted dinner on the banks of the river.
3
Negombo - Sigiriya
This morning we depart Negombo and travel north into the Sri Lankan highlands. (B/D) Special Experiences: On the way to Sigiriya we'll stop to watch the beautiful elephants from the Pinnawala Orphanage going about their daily life - feeding, playing and bathing in the local river.
4
Anuradhapura & Ritigala Excursion
We visit the impressive ruins of Anuradhapura, the largest and oldest of Sri Lanka's ancient cities, dating back to the 6th century. We'll explore the gleaming white dagobas and Sri Maha Bodhi, before travelling to the Ritigala Medicinal Forest to discover the ruins of an ancient hermitage, set deep in the jungle. (B/D)
5
Polonnaruwa & Minneriya National Park Excursion
Our day begins with a visit to the medieval capital of Polonnaruwa. Brimming with archaeological treasures, we'll discover the well-preserved ruins of palaces, stupas, bathing pools and exquisite rock sculptures of Buddha. This afternoon we tour Minneriya National Park by jeep, where we'll hopefully spot sambar deer and elephants. (B/D)
6
Sigiriya
Today we explore the famous rock fortress of Sigiriya - ‘Lion Rock'. Built by King Kasyapa in the 5th century, this impressive site is located on top of a vast 200-metre-high granite rock, some 750 steps up! (B/L/D) Special Experiences: Visit a traditional Sri Lankan village and be welcomed into a local home. Learn about daily life and traditional farming, and then feast on local delicacies!
7
Sigiriya - Kandy
After breakfast we begin our journey to Kandy, stopping at the stunning Cave Temples of Dambulla. Housing hundreds of statues of Buddha, they are also completely covered in ancient frescoes. We also stop at a spice plantation in Matale. When we arrive in Kandy later this afternoon we'll visit the Temple of the Sacred Tooth Relic of Lord Buddha. (B/D)
8
Kandy
The former capital of Ceylon and the last seat of the Sinhalese kingdom, Kandy is known as Sri Lanka's cultural heart. This morning we visit the Royal Botanic Gardens of Peradeniya, with its beautiful orchid house, before touring the city. Later we'll be treated to a local dance performance. (B)
9
Kandy - Nuwara Eliya
Special Experiences: We travel to the lush tea-growing region of Nuwara Eliya by train and road, visiting a tea plantation to learn about Sri Lanka's most famous export. Of course, we'll enjoy a cup while we're there. (B/D)
10
Nuwara Eliya
We tour the picturesque colonial town of Nuwara Eliya. Built by the British in the 19th century to escape the sweltering heat of the lowlands, this town still retains the charm of bygone days. We'll also visit beautiful St Clair and Devon Falls. (B)
11
Nuwara Eliya - Tissamaharama
Travelling south towards the coast, we visit the spectacular waterfalls at Ella. This afternoon we arrive in Tissamaharama (or Tissa). Set amongst rice paddies and ruins, it is also the gateway to Yala National Park. (B/D)
12
Yala National Park
This afternoon we embark on a safari in Yala National Park - the oldest and best-known of Sri Lanka's national parks. Created in 1938, the diverse range of habitats, including scrub jungle, brackish lagoons, lakes and rivers are home to leopards, elephants, wild buffalo, deer, black bears, macaques, jackals and a variety of birds. It's believed to have one of the highest-density leopard populations in the world. The national park also boasts a large number of important cultural ruins indicating previous civilisations. (B/D)
13
Tissamaharama - Galle
Driving along Sri Lanka's beautiful south coast, we make our way to the Dutch colonial town of Galle. Here we'll take a city tour and visit its UNESCO World Heritage-listed sea fortress. Enjoy the afternoon at leisure. (B/D)
14
Galle
We enjoy a scenic cruise along the Madu River, watching locals go about their daily lives. We'll stop to visit a hatchery that was set up to conserve the turtle population, then visit a moonstone mine at Meetiyagoda. (B/D)
15
Galle - Colombo
We make our way to the island nation's capital, Colombo. We'll take a guided tour of the city, including a stop at the famous Cricket Club Café. Tonight we enjoy a group farewell dinner. (B/D)
16
Depart Colombo
Today is at leisure before we bid farewell to Sri Lanka this evening and begin our journey home. (B)
17
Arrive Australia
1
Depart Australia - Arrive Negombo
Welcome to sunny Sri Lanka, the teardrop-shaped island in the middle of the Indian Ocean. On arrival you will be met and transferred to your hotel.
2
Negombo
We begin our sightseeing tour at the famous Negombo Fish Markets, a traditional patchwork of fish drying on hessian sacks. (B/D) Special Experiences: Cruise along the calm waters of the jungle-fringed Gin Oya River, listening to the tranquil sounds of the abundant birdlife. We'll watch the sunset before joining a local family for a hosted dinner on the banks of the river.
3
Negombo - Sigiriya
This morning we depart Negombo for Sigiriya, travelling north into the Sri Lankan highlands. On the way we'll stop to see the morning activities of a fish market. (B/D)
4
Anuradhapura & Ritigala Excursion
We visit the impressive ruins of Anuradhapura, the largest and oldest of Sri Lanka's ancient cities, dating back to the 6th century. We'll explore the gleaming white dagobas and Sri Maha Bodhi, before travelling to the Ritigala Medicinal Forest to discover the ruins of an ancient hermitage, set deep in the jungle. (B/D)
5
Polonnaruwa & Minneriya National Park Excursion
Our day begins with a visit to the medieval capital of Polonnaruwa. Brimming with archaeological treasures, we'll discover the well-preserved ruins of palaces, stupas, bathing pools and exquisite rock sculptures of Buddha. This afternoon we tour Minneriya National Park by jeep, where we'll hopefully spot sambar deer and elephants. (B/D)
6
Sigiriya
Today we explore the famous rock fortress of Sigiriya - ‘Lion Rock'. Built by King Kasyapa in the 5th century, this impressive site is located on top of a vast 200-metre-high granite rock, some 750 steps up! (B/L/D) Special Experiences: Visit a traditional Sri Lankan village and be welcomed into a local home. Learn about daily life and traditional farming, and then feast on local delicacies!
7
Sigiriya - Kandy
After breakfast we begin our journey to Kandy, stopping at the stunning Cave Temples of Dambulla. Housing hundreds of statues of Buddha, they are also completely covered in ancient frescoes. We also stop at a spice plantation in Matale. When we arrive in Kandy later this afternoon we'll visit the Temple of the Sacred Tooth Relic of Lord Buddha. (B/D)
8
Kandy
The former capital of Ceylon and the last seat of the Sinhalese kingdom, Kandy is known as Sri Lanka's cultural heart. This morning we visit the Royal Botanic Gardens of Peradeniya, with its beautiful orchid house. (B) Special Experiences: Watch a traditional cultural performance by locals.
9
Kandy - Nuwara Eliya
Special Experiences: We travel to the lush tea-growing region of Nuwara Eliya by train and road, visiting a tea plantation to learn about Sri Lanka's most famous export. Of course, we'll enjoy a cup while we're there. (B/D)
10
Nuwara Eliya
We tour the picturesque colonial town of Nuwara Eliya. Built by the British in the 19th century to escape the sweltering heat of the lowlands, this town still retains the charm of bygone days. We'll also visit beautiful St Clair and Devon Falls. (B)
11
Nuwara Eliya - Tissamaharama
Travelling south towards the coast, we visit the spectacular waterfalls at Ella. This afternoon we arrive in Tissamaharama (or Tissa). Set amongst rice paddies and ruins, it is also the gateway to Yala National Park. (B/D)
12
Yala National Park
This afternoon we embark on a safari in Yala National Park - the oldest and best-known of Sri Lanka's national parks. Created in 1938, the diverse range of habitats, including scrub jungle, brackish lagoons, lakes and rivers are home to leopards, elephants, wild buffalo, deer, black bears, macaques, jackals and a variety of birds. It's believed to have one of the highest-density leopard populations in the world. The national park also boasts a large number of important cultural ruins indicating previous civilisations. (B/D)
13
Tissamaharama - Galle
Driving along Sri Lanka's beautiful south coast, we make our way to the Dutch colonial town of Galle. Here we'll take a city tour and visit its UNESCO World Heritage-listed sea fortress. Enjoy the afternoon at leisure. (B/D)
14
Galle
We enjoy a scenic cruise along the Madu River, watching locals go about their daily lives. We'll stop to visit a hatchery that was set up to conserve the turtle population, then visit a moonstone mine at Meetiyagoda. (B/D)
15
Galle - Colombo
We make our way to the island nation's capital, Colombo. We'll take a guided tour of the city, including a stop at the famous Cricket Club Café. Tonight we enjoy a group farewell dinner. (B/D)
16
Depart Colombo
Today is at leisure before we bid farewell to Sri Lanka this evening and begin our journey home. (B)
17
Arrive Australia
Level of fitness: This tour features 2+ hours of walking, often across uneven ground and in areas of high altitude or heat and humidity on 1 or more days.
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Trip Inclusions
  • Return economy-class flights from Australia to Sri Lanka. Taxes included
  • Airport transfers on the first and last day of tour
  • All touring in air-conditioned vehicles (excluding jeep-safari vehicle and water based activities)
  • Tipping Made Easy, $200pp prepaid
Accommodation & Meals
  • 15 nights in good quality hotels (3 - 4 star)
  • Day use of hotel on day of departure
  • Enjoy a Sri Lankan BBQ dinner prepared by a local family
  • 15 breakfasts, 1 lunch and 12 dinners, including group welcome and farewell dinners 
Your Tour Guides
  • English-speaking locally based guides
  • English-speaking national guide throughout (based on a min. of 7 passengers)
Journey Highlights
  • Observe Negombo's everyday life at the local fish markets, watching the fishing trade go about their business selling an amazing variety of fish and seafood, fresh from the early morning's catch.
  • Cruise the beautiful Gin Oya River, surrounded by lush vegetation, while listening to the amazing bird sounds as the evening breaks. Watch the sun set over the beach before joining a local family for a hosted barbecue on the banks of the river. 
  • Watch the elephants from the Pinnawela Elephant Orphanage as they bathe and play during their daily swim. A truly spectacular experience - we are just metres from these majestic creatures as they enjoy their time in the river.
  • Take a fascinating journey through one of the oldest and largest of Sri Lanka's ancient cities, Anuradhapura.  This sacred city was the political and religious capital for around 1,300  years before being abandoned in 993, after an invasion.  Remarkably hidden in dense jungle for many years, it is now accessible and is home to the oldest documented tree in the world, the Sri Maha Bodhi. 
  • Tour the secluded monastic ruins of Ritigala, located in a lush forest rarely visited by tourists. This mystical place is incredibly beautiful and unspoilt, with shady forests filled with streams, pools and granite boulders and ancient elegant stone pathways that lead to ruins of various meditation platforms and ayurvedic hospitals.
  • Visit the medieval capital of Polonnaruwa, the island's capital between the 11th and 13th century.  Built alongside a large artificial lake, there are well-preserved ruins of palaces, bathing pools, stupas and exquisite rock sculptures of Buddha at the Gal Vihara.
  • Enjoy an afternoon jeep safari in Minneriya National Park searching for Sri Lankan wildlife including sambar deer, leopards and elephants. The central feature of the park is the ancient Minneriya Tank, built in the 3rd century AD by King Mahasena. During the dry season (June-September), this tank is an incredible place to observe the elephants who come to bathe and graze as well as huge flocks of birds, cormorants and painted storks to mention just a few. 
  • Enjoy a 4 night stay at our spectacularly located hotel in Sigiriya, with views of the majestic Sigiriya rock fortress.
  • Tour the ancient rock fortress of Sigiriya. Explore the ruins of the capital, built by the Parricidal King Kasyapa (477-95). This UNESCO World Heritage site is both a geological and historical marvel. Formed by magma from an extinct volcano, for centuries it was home to buddhist monks. 
  • Visit a typical home in a Sri Lankan village for lunch. Walk through the paddy fields and enjoy the cool breeze whilst getting acquainted with local village life. 
  • Tour the serene cave temples of Dambulla, filled with hundreds of hand-carved statues and hand-painted frescoes. These cave temples were built by King Valagam Bahu in the 1st century BC in gratitude for the shelter he sought in the caves when fleeing India's invaders. The caves are completely covered by ancient frescoes depicting both religious and secular scenes.
  • Visit the Matale Spice Plantations, growing a variety of spices such as cinnamon, pepper and nutmeg. Sri Lanka is renowned for its spices having been initially colonised by the Portuguese, Dutch and British.
  • Tour the Temple of the Sacred Tooth Relic in Kandy. Ever since it was founded in the 16th century, it has housed one of the most sacred relics of Buddhism, a tooth of Buddha collected from his funeral pyre. It is now protected within the gold-roofed Temple of the Tooth. Witness the blessing ceremony wiith all the fanfare, drums, trumpets and Monks dressed in bright colours performing their rituals. 
  • Visit the Royal Botanical Gardens of Peradeniya. Initially a royal park, in 1821 under British rule it became a Botanical Garden. Here exotic crops such as coffee, tea, nutmeg, rubber and cinchona (quinine) were first tested and went on to become important to the country's economy. 
  • Enjoy a cultural show and local traditional Kandyan dance performance including the cobra dance and mask dance. 
  • Join the locals and marvel at the stunning highland scenery travelling by train up to the colonial city of Nuwara Eliya, winding through lush countryside and tea plantations.
  • Learn about the tea-making process and sample some high-grade Ceylon tea at a plantation. It all started around 1867 when Ceylon tea was first being developed by British planter James Taylor. The rest is history! 
  • Visit the St. Clair and Devon Falls, just outside Nuwara Eliya.  Known as Little Niagara of Sri Lanka, St. Clair Falls is one of the widest falls in Sri Lanka.  Nearby Devon Falls was named after an English coffee planter by the name of Devon, whose plantation is situated nearby.
  • Enjoy a jeep safari in Yala National Park, with one of the highest density leopard populations in the world.
  • Drive along the stunning south coast to the great walled city of Galle and see the World Heritage-listed Dutch Fort.
  • Spend 2 nights relaxing on the coast in Galle.
  • Learn about the endangered leatherhead and loggerhead turtles at a local hatchery.
  • Tour Sri Lanka's bustling capital of Colombo and stay in the historic Galle Face Hotel.
Trip Notes
  • Accommodation, itinerary and inclusions subject to change.
  • Disruptions to itinerary may occur.
Journey Highlights
  • Observe Negombo's everyday life at the local fish markets, watching the fishing trade go about their business selling an amazing variety of fish and seafood, fresh from the early morning's catch.
  • Cruise the beautiful Gin Oya River, surrounded by lush vegetation, while listening to the amazing bird sounds as the evening breaks. Watch the sun set over the beach before joining a local family for a hosted barbecue on the banks of the river. 
  • Take a fascinating journey through one of the oldest and largest of Sri Lanka's ancient cities, Anuradhapura.  This sacred city was the political and religious capital for around 1,300  years before being abandoned in 993, after an invasion.  Remarkably hidden in dense jungle for many years, it is now accessible and is home to the oldest documented tree in the world, the Sri Maha Bodhi. 
  • Tour the secluded monastic ruins of Ritigala, located in a lush forest rarely visited by tourists. This mystical place is incredibly beautiful and unspoilt, with shady forests filled with streams, pools and granite boulders and ancient elegant stone pathways that lead to ruins of various meditation platforms and ayurvedic hospitals.
  • Visit the medieval capital of Polonnaruwa, the island's capital between the 11th and 13th century.  Built alongside a large artificial lake, there are well-preserved ruins of palaces, bathing pools, stupas and exquisite rock sculptures of Buddha at the Gal Vihara.
  • Enjoy an afternoon jeep safari in Minneriya National Park searching for Sri Lankan wildlife including sambar deer, leopards and elephants. The central feature of the park is the ancient Minneriya Tank, built in the 3rd century AD by King Mahasena. During the dry season (June-September), this tank is an incredible place to observe the elephants who come to bathe and graze as well as huge flocks of birds, cormorants and painted storks to mention just a few. 
  • Enjoy a 4 night stay at our spectacularly located hotel in Sigiriya, with views of the majestic Sigiriya rock fortress.
  • Tour the ancient rock fortress of Sigiriya. Explore the ruins of the capital, built by the Parricidal King Kasyapa (477-95). This UNESCO World Heritage site is both a geological and historical marvel. Formed by magma from an extinct volcano, for centuries it was home to buddhist monks. 
  • Visit a typical home in a Sri Lankan village for lunch. Walk through the paddy fields and enjoy the cool breeze whilst getting acquainted with local village life. 
  • Tour the serene cave temples of Dambulla, filled with hundreds of hand-carved statues and hand-painted frescoes. These cave temples were built by King Valagam Bahu in the 1st century BC in gratitude for the shelter he sought in the caves when fleeing India's invaders. The caves are completely covered by ancient frescoes depicting both religious and secular scenes.
  • Visit the Matale Spice Plantations, growing a variety of spices such as cinnamon, pepper and nutmeg. Sri Lanka is renowned for its spices having been initially colonised by the Portuguese, Dutch and British.
  • Tour the Temple of the Sacred Tooth Relic in Kandy. Ever since it was founded in the 16th century, it has housed one of the most sacred relics of Buddhism, a tooth of Buddha collected from his funeral pyre. It is now protected within the gold-roofed Temple of the Tooth. Witness the blessing ceremony wiith all the fanfare, drums, trumpets and Monks dressed in bright colours performing their rituals. 
  • Visit the Royal Botanical Gardens of Peradeniya. Initially a royal park, in 1821 under British rule it became a Botanical Garden. Here exotic crops such as coffee, tea, nutmeg, rubber and cinchona (quinine) were first tested and went on to become important to the country's economy. 
  • Enjoy a cultural show and local traditional Kandyan dance performance including the cobra dance and mask dance. 
  • Join the locals and marvel at the stunning highland scenery for a short journey by train before continuing by road to the colonial city of Nuwara Eliya, winding through lush countryside and tea plantations.
  • Learn about the tea-making process and sample some high-grade Ceylon tea at a plantation. It all started around 1867 when Ceylon tea was first being developed by British planter James Taylor. The rest is history! 
  • Visit the St. Clair and Devon Falls, just outside Nuwara Eliya.  Known as Little Niagara of Sri Lanka, St. Clair Falls is one of the widest falls in Sri Lanka.  Nearby Devon Falls was named after an English coffee planter by the name of Devon, whose plantation is situated nearby.
  • Enjoy a jeep safari in Yala National Park, with one of the highest density leopard populations in the world.
  • Drive along the stunning south coast to the great walled city of Galle and see the World Heritage-listed Dutch Fort.
  • Spend 2 nights relaxing on the coast in Galle.
  • Learn about the endangered leatherhead and loggerhead turtles at a local hatchery.
  • Tour Sri Lanka's bustling capital of Colombo and stay in the historic Galle Face Hotel.
Trip Inclusions
  • Return economy-class flights from Australia to Sri Lanka. Taxes included
  • Airport transfers on the first and last day of tour
  • All touring in air-conditioned vehicles (excluding jeep-safari vehicle and water-based activities)
  • Tipping Made Easy, $200pp pre-paid
  • Porterage included where available
Accommodation & Meals
  • 15 nights in good quality hotels (3-4 star)
  • Day use of hotel on day of departure
  • Enjoy a Sri Lankan BBQ dinner prepared by a local family
  • 15 breakfasts, 1 lunch and 12 dinners, including group welcome and farewell dinners 
Your Tour Guides
  • English-speaking locally based guides
  • English-speaking national guide throughout (based on a min. of 7 passengers)
Trip Notes
  • Accommodation, itinerary and inclusions subject to change.
  • Disruptions to itinerary may occur.
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Reviews (3)
Trip reviews from past clients of Global Journeys who have travelled on Sri Lankan Discovery (Flights Included) with Bunnik.
SA, Australia
Mar 2018
7 Helpful Votes
“Sri Lanka turns it on”
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Bunnik Tours are certainly the people to travel with. This is our third trip with them and each time they have provided a detailed itinerary, great organisation with surprises and extras along the way.

It is certainly appreciated when you have a Sri Lankan tour guide (Priya) who had the depth of knowledge about his own country and who was caring and thoughtful to the sixteen passengers on the trip. The group was comprised of single women and married couples - we all got on really well together. The bus driver and the assistant were also very considerate and helpful.

One of the highlights, apart from the daily attractions, was learning the Sri Lankan song which we were able to perform in several hotels! One of the extras was being given a recipe book and a copy of the song at the end of the trip. Our only regret was that we missed seeing a leopard at Yala National Park. This was an excellent trip and we would recommend it to anyone. (Ed: Review based on slightly different itinerary. Trip name and itinerary updated this season)
QLD, Australia
Mar 2017
2 Helpful Votes
9 Trips
“Curry Heaven”
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Bunnick and Butterfly Travel were a great combination to tour Sri Lanka. You could not ask for anyone more knowledgeable and enthusiastic as our Guide. Sri Lanka is still a "third world" country but they are trying to improve - the people are friendly and hospitable. They are welcoming of travelers and realize that tourism is part of their future. The alcohol is resorts and hotels are a bit over-priced, but you could always find something to drink. The food was fantastic - if you can eat it, they curry it. (Ed: Review based on slightly different itinerary. Trip name and itinerary updated this season)
QLD, Australia
Jan 2017
5 Helpful Votes
1 Trip
“A Taste of Sri Lanka - A perfect balance”
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Booking With Global Journeys
The trip went very well, and Priya is an outstanding guide. I found the itinerary a perfect balance of wildlife, historical sites, cultural exposure, varying terrain, and the opportunity to see how Buddhist, Muslim and Christian communities coexist. The accommodation was excellent in every case, and the pace of the tour allowed free time, and never felt rushed or overwhelming. The food was exceptional, but perhaps just a little too many included meals, as I found I actually skipped evening meals on occasions where Priya arranged for us to stop somewhere for lunch (at our own cost) where the offering tended to be more than a snack type meal. All in all, for a lifetime solo traveller, I found the Bunnik's tour a surprisingly comfortable way to see a destination I have long wished to visit. (Ed: Review based on slightly different itinerary. Trip name and itinerary updated this season)
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121

per person

6,374

per person

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Saturday
04 Jan 2020
Monday
20 Jan 2020

6,695

per person

125

per person

6,570

per person

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Saturday
18 Jan 2020
Monday
03 Feb 2020

6,395

per person

119

per person

6,276

per person

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Saturday
25 Jan 2020
Monday
10 Feb 2020

6,395

per person

119

per person

6,276

per person

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Saturday
01 Feb 2020
Monday
17 Feb 2020

6,395

per person

119

per person

6,276

per person

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Saturday
15 Feb 2020
Monday
02 Mar 2020

6,395

per person

119

per person

6,276

per person

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Saturday
29 Feb 2020
Monday
16 Mar 2020

6,395

per person

119

per person

6,276

per person

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Saturday
14 Mar 2020
Monday
30 Mar 2020

6,395

per person

119

per person

6,276

per person

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Saturday
21 Mar 2020
Monday
06 Apr 2020

6,395

per person

119

per person

6,276

per person

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Saturday
06 Apr 2019
Monday
22 Apr 2019

7,370

per person

138

solo traveller

7,232

solo traveller

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Saturday
20 Apr 2019
Monday
06 May 2019

7,370

per person

138

solo traveller

7,232

solo traveller

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Saturday
04 May 2019
Monday
20 May 2019

6,970

per person

130

solo traveller

6,840

solo traveller

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Saturday
18 May 2019
Monday
03 Jun 2019

6,970

per person

130

solo traveller

6,840

solo traveller

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Saturday
15 Jun 2019
Monday
01 Jul 2019

6,970

per person

130

solo traveller

6,840

solo traveller

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Saturday
06 Jul 2019
Monday
22 Jul 2019

7,370

per person

138

solo traveller

7,232

solo traveller

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Saturday
20 Jul 2019
Monday
05 Aug 2019

7,370

per person

138

solo traveller

7,232

solo traveller

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Wednesday
31 Jul 2019
Friday
16 Aug 2019

7,770

per person

146

solo traveller

7,624

solo traveller

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Sunday
04 Aug 2019
Tuesday
20 Aug 2019

7,770

per person

146

solo traveller

7,624

solo traveller

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Saturday
24 Aug 2019
Monday
09 Sep 2019

7,370

per person

138

solo traveller

7,232

solo traveller

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Saturday
07 Sep 2019
Monday
23 Sep 2019

7,170

per person

134

solo traveller

7,036

solo traveller

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Saturday
14 Sep 2019
Monday
30 Sep 2019

7,170

per person

134

solo traveller

7,036

solo traveller

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Saturday
05 Oct 2019
Monday
21 Oct 2019

7,170

per person

134

solo traveller

7,036

solo traveller

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Saturday
19 Oct 2019
Monday
04 Nov 2019

7,170

per person

134

solo traveller

7,036

solo traveller

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Saturday
09 Nov 2019
Monday
25 Nov 2019

7,470

per person

140

solo traveller

7,330

solo traveller

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Saturday
23 Nov 2019
Monday
09 Dec 2019

7,970

per person

150

solo traveller

7,820

solo traveller

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Saturday
30 Nov 2019
Monday
16 Dec 2019

7,970

per person

150

solo traveller

7,820

solo traveller

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Saturday
04 Jan 2020
Monday
20 Jan 2020

8,170

per person

154

solo traveller

8,016

solo traveller

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Saturday
18 Jan 2020
Monday
03 Feb 2020

7,870

per person

148

solo traveller

7,722

solo traveller

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Saturday
25 Jan 2020
Monday
10 Feb 2020

7,870

per person

148

solo traveller

7,722

solo traveller

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Saturday
01 Feb 2020
Monday
17 Feb 2020

7,870

per person

148

solo traveller

7,722

solo traveller

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Saturday
15 Feb 2020
Monday
02 Mar 2020

7,870

per person

148

solo traveller

7,722

solo traveller

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Saturday
29 Feb 2020
Monday
16 Mar 2020

7,870

per person

148

solo traveller

7,722

solo traveller

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Saturday
14 Mar 2020
Monday
30 Mar 2020

7,870

per person

148

solo traveller

7,722

solo traveller

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Saturday
21 Mar 2020
Monday
06 Apr 2020

7,870

per person

148

solo traveller

7,722

solo traveller

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