Various traditional groups of dance artists like the outstanding fire dancers, and the whip dancers send vibes of thrill within the viewers, and several other cultural dancers bring out the energy of the Kandy Procession. The cynosure of the whole Procession lies in the Sacred Tooth Relic, safely enshrined in a golden casket, placed on the back of a sumptuously dressed tusker from the Dalada Maligawa, accompanied by several other elephants, walking proudly, adorned in their eminent garments. Curious to witness the majestic occasion for yourself? Well then, all you have to do is, grab that passport of yours and the DLSR camera to seize those amazing moments into one place. If the Kandy Procession alone doesn’t quench your wanderlust, then you’ve got many other exciting adventures to seek in Kandy itself. Amazing places like the tea museums, the Royal Palace of Kandy, Gadaladenia temple, Lankathilaka temple, Udawatteleke sanctuary, and many more venues await to be witnessed by you. There is the Kandy Lake, also known as the ‘Sea of Milk’ close to the Temple of Tooth. The rays of sunset which hit the lake surface will leave you mesmerized in its natural glory.
Sri Lanka’s elysian and cultural glory doesn’t end in Kandy. It stretches throughout the country. Several tour packages offered to you will make it easier to wander about in the island while worrying less about your safety and expenses. There is the choice of a 4-8 days cultural and heritage tour packages at affordable prices which cover all of your expenses. Apart from the given packages, you can also customize your own package. In the Northern Central province, you can also visit the kingdom of Anuradhapura, Polonnaruwa and several other places. For those who wants to visit Sri Lanka to catch a glimpse of her natural beautify, my word is that you will never get tired of exploring the island. Come and explore our paradise isle via a customised tour package today!