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Cycling and mountain biking In Sri Lanka is an excellent way to get pleasure and glimpse of all the nook and corner in small Teardrop Island. Our two wheel tours not to be paddling tours. Our Green foot cycling tours allow you to do great cycling and covering cultural heritage sits, mountains, valleys, tropical rain forest, inland lakes, reservoirs, paddy, Rubber plantation, and the magnificent hill country past tea estates and gushing waterfalls.

Furthermore learning and experience authentic culture and impending to a unique way of life and it dates backs to 2500 years. . They may then welcome you with a warm smile and a cool drink as you catch your breath. You may have challenge network of main roads and innumerable country roads, gravel paths, foot paths, cart tracks, dirt tracks and estate tracks can be added in your experience.

• Lie on the palm-fringed sandy beaches of the Negombo
• Explore world renewed Kalpitiya Beach
• Packed your briefcase with unforgettable memorise of Rajanganaya village
• Explore unbelievable man made creature in Anuradhapura
• Visit the place of Buddha
• Wonder of the manmade lakes
• Visit Dambulla Cave Temple
• Explore the Paduwasnuwara archaeological place

Arrival - Negombo


10kms and approximately 15 minutes journey please note that visits, sightseeing and stops are not including the time duration.

• We are at your service on arrival at the recently refurbished Modern and State of the art International Airport. Representative from Green foot travels will meet & assist you at the airport. And transfer to a hotel in Negombo.
• Check in to hotel.
• After a long journey leisure and relax or walk along sandy beach.
• In the evening, enjoy some cocktails with you dedicated guide at the hotel as you get to know everyone else on the tour, followed by a wonderful dinner.

  • Negombo - Kalpitiya


    Cycling distance - Approx.60 km (From Kalpitiya - Thabbowa) you will be transported a further 58kms to Dambulla via vehicle.
    Time – Approx.3 –4 hours journey Please note that visits, sightseeing and stops are not include the time duration.
    Grading – Soft

    • After your delicious breakfast cycling to Kalpitiya.
    • Relax at the beach.
    • Optional, you can do boat ride and horse ride.
    • Overnight stay at Kalpitiya.

    • Kalpitiya - Anuradhapura


      Cycling distance - Approx.60 km (From Kalpitiya - Thabbowa) you will be transported a further 58kms to Dambulla via vehicle.
      Time – Approx.3 –4 hours journey Please note that visits, sightseeing and stops are not include the time duration.
      Grading – Soft

      • After your delicious breakfast cycling to Thabbowa.
      • Visit at Rajanganaya Village.
      • Visit Anuradhapura Ancient City (World Heritage Site).
      • Overnight stay at Anuradhapura.


      The untouched of glorious village area is located boundary of North Central Province, 190km away from Colombo. This countryside compressed with immensity of activities. Ideal location to discover world renowned ancient city of Anuradhapura, Kala Oya Bank , massive Rajanganaya Tank, Wilpattu National Park, Sri Lanka largest national park. Hachchikuchchi, Largest ancient rock resemble complex and vast of agro activities
      The diversity of the natural environment and local communities offers impressive experience for your holiday. Green foot travels recognized these destinations and build up with Rajanganaya communities. Our main target is develop responsible tourism and generate better income for local people and also conserve environment. Majority of the people in this area engage in agricultural or related activities such as paddy, vegetable, fruit, Chena cultivation, dairy farming as main sources of live hoods. Small holding cultivation is the main source of income for many households in which not only men and women but also children get involved in farming and related activities. They are the people with traditional knowledge and practices of traditional healing methods, folk music and dances handed down from generation to generation, greenish paddy field and also succulent fruits, delicious vegetable, dry soon climate and landscapes, multi culture and multi ethnicity, mouth-watering cuisines and talented and skilful village communities with courteous disposition will make exclusive holiday for you.


      Ancient glory of Anuradhapura was a beginning of the Sri Lankan Buddhist history and great civilizations. Anuradhapura became the capital of Sri Lanka in the 4th century BC. Sri Lankan history from the 4th century BC up to 10th century A.D is generally referred as “Anuradhapura” period. When introducing Buddhism in 247 BC start a unique culture and great civilizations. Indo-Aryan Sinhalese has produced unbelievable feat architecture and constructions. Such as massive Dagobas, the ornate pleasure gardens and palaces and exquisite sculpture which abounds. The unique feature of Sri Lankan Stupa (Dagobs) is which enshrined relics of the Buddha and were objects of veneration.
      The Sri Lankan ancient cities are also the centres of the irrigation work of the past. Massive reservoirs built to collect the rain water. There are many important places at Anuradhapura. Sri Maha Bodhi (The Sacred Bo Tree), Ruwanweli Stupa the magnificent Stupa in Anuradhapura, Abhayagiri Stupa Anauradhapura, Jethavana Stupa and museum, Magnificent stone carving of Isurumuniya Lovers, Thuparamaya the very first Stupa built in Ceylon, The magnificent Twin Ponds of Anuradhapura, Mirisawetiya Stupa Sri Lanka, Magul Uyana, Rathna Prasadaya, Vessagiri, Nuwarawawa, Anuradhapura Folk Museum.

      • Anuradhapura - Mihintale - Dambulla


        Cycling distance - Approx.60 km (From Anuradhapura - Kalawewa) you will be transported a further 17kms to Dambulla via vehicle. Time – Approx. 5 - 6 hours journey Please note that visits, sightseeing and stops are not include the time duration
        Grading – Soft

        • After your breakfast cycling to Kekirawa.
        • Visit Mihintale archeologically place. Stone bridge and Mahakanadarawa Tank.
        • Visit Kala Wewa.
        • Overnight stay at the Dambulla.


        The birth of Buddhism in Sri Lanka dates back to the 3rd century BC, about 236 years after the passing away or ‘Parinirvana’ of the Buddha. When arahath Mahinda was son of King Asoka in neighbouring ‘Jambudipa’ or India as it was then known here, arrived in Sri Lanka on a full-moon day June to preach the word of the Buddha. When that day according to chronicles king Devanampiyatissa was chasing after a deer in the jungle of Mihinthale when arhathMahinda called the king by his name. ’Tissa’. Then King Devanampiyatisssa accepted arahat world and was a Buddhist king. With buddhisam ,receiving state sponsorship, many embraced new teaching that guided them to new way of perceiving the world and a new way of life.mihinthale behind many archaeological wonders such as Mihintale Mahaseya, Ambasthale Dagaba, Selachetiya, Kanthkacetiya, Shinha Pokuna, Naga Pokuna, Kaludiyapokuna and stone bridge at Mahakanadarawa. Worth see at least once your life time.


        The Buddhist Monastery at Dambulla, The ancient Jambukola Vihara,is best known for its temple and its growth cycle of well-preserved eight –century rock and wall painting. Sinhalese people call it as ' Dambulu Gala' (Dambulla Rock) and the Temple is called as the ' Rangiri Dambulu Viharaya' (Golden Rock Dambulla Temple). It is situated about 79 Km from Kandy. The Dambulla Rock Temple had first been constructed during the reign of King Vattagamini Abhaya (103 BC and 89-77 BC). The Sinhalese often calls him as King Walagamba.
        During a South Indian invasion the king had to abandon his Anuradhapura Kingdom. For 12 years, King Walagamba was in hiding and had frequented these caves for his safety. After regaining the kingdom of Anuradhapura and becoming the King, to show his gratefulness for his safe place, he converted those caves into Buddhist Temples by constructing walled partitions under the rock overhang, which spans the entire area as a single large cave.

        • Dambulla - Negombo


          Cycling distance - Approx. 60 km (From Negombo to Yapahuwa) you will be transported a further 124kms to Dambulla via vehicle. Time – Approx. 6 - 7 hours Grading – Soft

          • Following a delicious breakfast at your hotel and you will be transferred to Dambulla through surrounding by beautiful paddy field and a hospitable community.
          • Visit Panduwasnuwara Ancient City, First kingdom of Sri Lanka.
          • Visit Dambulla Cave Temple.
          • Overnight stay at the Dambulla.

          Yapahuwa Ancient Kingdom

          A royal residence in 13th century Yapahuwa was able to preserve some interesting remains. While many traces of other ancient defences are still be seen, an ornamental stairway remains it’s the main draw, located 145 Km away from Colombo. Best way to heal Sri Lankan village and tradition. The stone stairway: is very remarkable among the ancient structures at Yapahuwa. Four tiers have been constructed on the steep embankment of the rock and had been connected to the walkway up to the Tooth Relic Temple.
          Door way will be another attraction in Sri Lanka. This stairway contains sculptures with a high degree of excellence and gives the impression that they had been painted in color. Over the doorway, the foundation of the Temple of the Tooth is to be met. The remains of various foundations of buildings, a Stupa, Ponds, Water Sprouts, Retaining Walls, Stone Steps are found as well.


          The “Malu” market reminded Negombo, and all the way, it is consisting of golden beaches, clear blue skies and blue water. Enjoy the refreshing sea breeze on your face while the waves embrace your feet. Most of tourists use the town for the first or the last night of their stay in Sri Lanka because it is perfectly located within the 7 km from the Bandaranaike International Airport in Sri Lanka.
          After in the early 1500s, the Portuguese constructed a fort in Negombo and took over the trade of cinnamon to the West and in the 1600s the king of Kandy turned to the Dutch for help. The Dutch captured Negombo from the Portuguese in 1646. The legacy of the Dutch colonial era can be seen in the Dutch Fort, constructed in 1672, a number of other buildings and the extensive canal system that runs 120 km from Colombo in the South, through Negombo to Puttalam in the north. The British then took it from them in 1796 without a struggle. Evidence of their occupation can be seen in the various colonial styles of architecture of many of the buildings in Negombo, is often referred to as “Little Rome’. The Negombo lagoon has provided the fishermen with a plentiful supply of crabs, shrimps, lobsters, cattle fish and many of the native species of fish. No wonder Negombo is a gourmet's delight with seafood available in plenty. Also produces spices, ceramics and brassware.

          • Negombo - Colombo Airport


            10kms and approximately 30 minutes journey please note that visits, sightseeing and stops are not including the time duration.

            • After your breakfast on the last day, you will be taken from the hotel to the Bandaranaike International Airport for your flight back home along with unforgettable memories and numerous stories to relate to your friends and family.