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Sri Lanka Bike Trip

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8 Days
Max People : 25

Organised by: Deyor Camps

Tour Name: Sri Lanka Bike Trip
Tour ID: 10568
Tour type: Scheduled
Duration: 08 days
Distance: 890 km
Maximum: 15 bikes, 20 – 25 participants
Best Season: December – April

about the tour:
Experience the varied landscapes from Beach to Hills to Waterfalls to Wildlife as we offer you the best bike trip across Sri Lanka. The terrain changes within few km as we travel from North to South. You begin your Journey from Negombo and head towards the hills in Kandy, enroute visit Pinnawala an elephant orphanage and also enjoy the various cultural dances. As you go further you enter the dense mountain range and explore jungles with adventure on every turn in Knuckles range. Continue riding as you hit a series of waterfalls called Ramboda and Visit Tea Factory and Horton Plains National Park. Enroute you ride to visit the Ravana Ella, Buddhist rock and Yala National Park. Explore the famous Mirissa beach and spend some relaxing time there. You can also visit the historic city of Galle and explore the Dutch Fort. Continue your tour to Kitulgala and indulge in some adventure activities. Conclude your tour, and get transferred to the airport for your return journey.


Day 1Airport – Negombo

On arrival at Bandaranaike International airport, you will be welcomed by our destination specialist who will take you to Negombo. The economy of the town and the region is mainly based on tourism and its centuries-old fishing industry which continues to thrive today – making it a paradise for seafood lovers. Here, myriad cultures mix and exist freely. The town, which is predominantly Roman Catholic, is called “Little Rome” due to the highly ornate Portuguese-era Roman Catholic churches found within it.
The 100km long canal – still very much in use, runs through and a boat ride will offer a different perspective of the city. The wide beaches and the gentle surf are ideal for water sports and a few well preserved coral reefs and a 50 year old shipwreck attracts divers too. Arrive and check in to the Hotel. Dinner and overnight stay at Leighton Resort.

Day 2Negombo - Sigiriya (via Dambulla)

Distance: 145 km

After Breakfast, start your ride to Sigiriya. The ultimate icon of Sri Lanka’s historic past, the giant rock fortress of Sigiriya arises high above the flat landscape, surrounded by jungle on all sides. A testimony to the inventiveness of the ancient civilizations of the land, the once impenetrable stronghold of King Kassapa, ‘Sihagiri’ or Lion’s Rock as it was called then, is considered to be the 8th wonder of the world today. The feats of artistry, architecture and engineering at Sigiriya continue to impress visitors with their utter magnificence, even thousands of years on. Intricately landscaped pleasure gardens sprawl out below the rock, giant lion paws hewn in stone mark the entrance to the fortress at its foot, a highly polished mirror wall still carries the scrawled writings of ancient poets. Arrive and check in to the hotel. In the evening, climb the sky fortress of Sri Lanka. Dinner and overnight stay at Saunter paradise, Sigiriya.

Day 3Sigiriya – Knuckles - Matale

Distance: 155 km

Breakfast at the Hotel. Check out and ride to Matale via Knuckles. Visit the Dambulla Cave Temple.The largest and the best preserved cave monastery in the island, Dambulla is a sacred pilgrimage site for followers of Buddhism for no less than 22 centuries. A cave complex comprising five sanctuaries, they were already established as important monasteries as far back as the 3rd century BC. At first, the caves were a refuge for King Valagambahu in 1st century BC. Returning from exile to his throne at Anuradhapura, he turned the caves into a magnificent temple for the monks who sheltered him. Protected and enhanced by successive kings it has continued to be a place of great religious significance up to today.
A World heritage Conservation Area with a wide array of endemic fauna and flora, it is still very much an untouched zone of astoundingly rich biodiversity. With varied terrain of grasslands, rugged mountain peaks interspersed with streams and cascading waterfalls it is an 18512 hectares of paradise for trekkers and nature lovers alike. The Knuckles mountain range comprises 34 peaks between1900 meters to 900 meters in height. The five high peaks of the range looks similar to a clenched fist from a distance, hence its name. The popular hiking trails lead to a drop called ‘mini world’s end’; the high vantage point of ‘Corbett’s gap’, to the ‘Nitro’ and Augallena caves, and you can explore the rural village of Meemure along the way. Dinner and overnight stay at The Grand Mountain Hotel, Matale.

Day 4Matale – Kandy

Distance: 25 km

Breakfast at the Hotel. Check-out and ride to Kandy. Enroute – visit to the Spice Garden in Matale, 20 minutes Head massage for the travellers visiting the Spice Garden). In the evening, walk in the Royal Botanical Garden of Peradeniya.
The cultural epicenter and the hill capital of the island, Kandy is Sri Lanka’s second city and home to the Temple of the Tooth – the country’s most important religious shrine, and the traditional pageant the Esala Perahera. Although modernity and urban sprawl has changed the face of this once quaint hill station, it still carries a regal atmosphere with graceful Kandyan style architecture mingling with colonial buildings set around a tranquil lake surrounded by green hills. The kingdom of Kandy was the last stronghold of the Sinhalese, clinging to its sovereignty long after the island had fallen to the Portuguese and Dutch and the English, preserving its own unique customs and culture until the very last. Visit the Temple of the Tooth Relic in the Evening. Arrive and check in to the Hotel. Dinner and overnight stay at Gagaadara hotel, Kandy.

Day 5Kandy – Nuwara Eliya

Distance: 80 km

Breakfast at the Hotel. Ride to Nuwara Eliya via Ramboda. On the way, visit the Tea Factory Plantation to witness the process how the world famous Ceylon Tea is being made. Hidden away high in the central mountains at an altitude of over 6000 feet, Nuwara Eliya is the resort capital of the hills – and a world away from the hot tropical beach atmosphere of the coast, not just in climate but in its character too. The British planters who flocked to the region to grow tea in the mid-19th century developed Nuwara Eliya as their summer retreat. Created as an exact replica of an English town it is often called ‘Little England’; and with its primarily colonial architecture, the stately Victoria Park, golf course, racing track, boating lake and grand period style hotels – and the cold, frequent showers of rain adding to the illusion, you could well be in an old English country town. This is the heart of the tea country, and is also a good base for excursions to discover other attractions of the hills. Arrive and check in to the Hotel. Dinner and overnight stay at Ashley Resort, Nuwara Eliya.

Day 6Nuwara Eliya – Kitulgala – Mirissa

Distance: 280 km

After Breakfast, ride to Hikkaduwa via Kitulgala. It is also a popular destination for outbound training programmes. This is an area of rolling hills, tropical rain forests and winding rivers, snug in the wet zone with two monsoons each year. For white water enthusiasts, the river offers enough spills for experienced paddlers and novices alike. However, it is imperative that you do so through a reputed and certified operator with qualified guides. Kitulgala offers rafting on Grade 3 and 4 rapids down the Kelani River swishing down through jungle, tea and rubber plantations. Just off the river, a small primeval forest, home to about 54 rare species of birds offers exciting explorations for the nature lover. Continue to Mirissa.
Regarded as the closest point to where the giant Blue whales congregate due to favourable sea conditions. The ocean around Mirissa is popular with the giants of the sea – no less than five types of whales (blue whale, Bryde’s whale, sperm whale, killer whale and pilot whale) and four kinds of dolphins (spinner dolphin, bottle nosed dolphin, striped dolphin, Risso’s dolphin) can be spotted. There are many that offer ocean trips to see these giants but it is advisable to pick certified tour operators and guides. Off shore, the pace of life is quiet with a scattering of guest houses and simple cafes on the beach. Mirissa also offers water sports facilities such as sailing, fishing, coastal cruises, river trips, sea kayaking, snorkeling and boating for those looking for some action. Arrive and check inn to the Hotel. Dinner and overnight stay at Hotel Espirit Di Ci, Mirissa.

Day 7Mirissa – Bentota

Distance: 95 km

Breakfast at the Hotel. Ride to Bentota. It is a destination for water sports such as jet skiing, deep sea and river fishing, banana boat rides, river cruise, etc., to name a few. It is an ideal place for a sea swim or if you just want to sit out in the sun reading a book. If you venture out of town towards the southern coast, there are plenty of things you can do during the day. It is also 56 kms north of the UNESCO World Heritage site of Galle which you could drive up for the day and return in the evening. You can also enjoy some local ‘Toddy’ (Alcohol prepared from Coconut) brewed early in the morning which might get you buzzing, fresh water sea food in a nearby restaurant, visit a turtle hatchery, witness the production of wooden masks all within a short distance from Bentota. You can also drive up and witness the beautifully landscaped property known as ‘Lunuganga’ designed by the world famous architect Geoffrey Bawa which is just 5 km inland from the Bentota town. The town is also famous for its ‘Ayurveda’ treatment which is an ancient herbal treatment for the body, mind and soul. There are hotels which specialize specifically for this treatment which requires a certain period and a special diet. Arrive and check in to the hotel. Dinner and overnight stay at Oasey Beach Hotel, Bentota.

Day 8Bentota – Negombo – Airport

Distance: 115 km

Breakfast at the Hotel then ride to Negombo. Departure transfer to the airport. (Depending on the Departure Time)

Accommodation details

During this tour, you will be accommodated at our handpicked hotels and resorts on a twin/triple sharing basis.

RE Classic 350 346cc 20hp 5speed

Displacement : 499 cc

Maximum Power: 27.5 hp

No. of Gears : 5

Royal Enfield 350

  • Rs 66,000 (Single Rider)
  • Rs 57,000 (Dual Rider)

Tariff for Seat in SUV – Rs. 70,000/-
Tariff for Seat in Van – Rs. 58,000/-

Inclusions and Exclusions

Price Includes

  • Motorcycle rental
  • Fuel
  • Accommodation
  • Daily Breakfast and dinner
  • Professional English speaking Road Captain and Support Staff
  • Backup Vehicle with mechanic, basic spare parts and your luggage
  • Passenger Insurance (Vehicle)
  • All Taxes

Price Excludes

  • Airfare
  • Lunches
  • Beverages
  • Entrance Fees mentioned as optional
  • Turtle Hatchery Entrance Fees
  • Maadu River Cruise
  • Personal Expenses
  • Anything not mentioned in the inclusions
Security Deposit for the motorcycle

A fully refundable security deposit of Rs. 10,000 to be paid when the bike is handed over to you

Payment Terms

To Confirm your spot, a deposit of Rs.10,000 needs to be made
The balance needs to be paid 30 days before the tour start date
The deposit is non refundable if the booking is cancelled.
No refund will be applicable in case of cancellation due to Natural contingency, political turmoil or disaster.

How to get there

Book your flight to arrive at Bandaranaike International Airport (CMB).
You can book your return journey on Day 08 departing from Bandaranaike International Airport (CMB).

Other Important Information

The following dietary requirements are served and/or catered for:
Non- Vegetarian

Special Preferences
In case of special food preference, kindly communicate to us while making a reservation

Group ride Dates: 
22 – 29 Dec 2018
12– 19 Jan 2019
16 – 23 Feb 2019
02 – 09 Mar 2019
13 – 20 Apr 2019
11 – 18 May 2019

This Sri Lanka Bike Trip is a scheduled trip. If you want to venture out with your own gang, we can customise this tour for you. Do get in touch with us for more details.


Recent Reviews
  • One of the most important things on a motorcycle trip is the having trouble free motorcycles and I think they excelled at providing these.
    The arrangements starting from accomodation right upto support staff was excellent!

    A special shot out to Akhil for overseeing and troubleshooting and adding the much needed fun and humour to the whole trip!

    Shashank is by far the best mechanic I have come across with confidence to handle any and every issue of the bike ! Cheers and thanks for all the efforts !

    Sahil Punjabi
  • It was an amazing experience with them specially the team management
    Time punctuality and all of the things which are included. I’m looking forward to go with you guys again
    Can’t wait

    Avish Jain
  • A well organized Touring company who has a group of talented people which will make your journey memorable. Also, Sufiyan & Akhil did the great job being focussed to fulfill our small & some important wishes of providing Soups to unwell in unlike weather or Hot water arrangements in Cold conditions.

    All was well taken care of.
    Kudos to their efforts!

    Thanks for everything.

    Akshay Chhabria
  • The trip with them was very interesting and the tour was well organized

    Ayush SINGH
  • It was a great experience and it’s provide full facility ..my experience was great

    Jyoti Sahu
  • I was best trip.. soon I will be plan for next … Thank you 😊

    Sangita Mishra
  • It was a fabulous trip. they were vry gd…. I totlly recommend them…

    Swati Kumari
  • Its was excellent.. and they provide best services..

    Alisha Sekhri
  • Our team leader Khusboo always helped us to manage the timings room issues and taking the team together. The entire group we got was like home away from home. The bikes were mostly in good shape but the mechanic needs to be better. Our mechanic didn’t had any answer when we asked bout our brakes and clutches. However due to a good management and all the things promised to us in itenary were delivered to us.. We really dnt ve any thing bad to say.

    apoorv tiwari
  • it was really nice and memorable!! best thing was management

    simran mishra
  • This was a Fantastic experience with you guys.
    Captains were cool. Looking forward to join you soon again for another adventure & more memories.👍

    nikhil singla
  • It was a great experience with the group. I am glad we made good friends during the trip. Rosy has already given the feedback. Thanks to our captain Kushboo due to which we met many good friends Pan India.

    Nilkanth Parab
  • This was my first trip with them and I must say the experience was wroth it. We had such wonderful time! Thank you for your attention to details and organizing so well for all of us. Food was finger licking good. And the captain were just too good and quick to action.

    Shalini thakur
  • This was my first solo trip, without my friends and trust me ,the trip captains & the other people in the group were so considerate! I made friends out of strangers. The whole trip was so comfortable, in terms of travel,food & stay. But I would suggest them to be little strict with pre-decided itinerary. Otherwise, the whole experience was so good!

    Pratibha Kohli
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