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With Kandy Group Tour Packages offered by Thrillophilia, explore the beautiful city in Sri Lanka and admire the breathtaking views of nature. Nestled in the heart of the country, Kandy is known for its rich biodiverse rainforest, vibrant festivals & lush landscapes. Thrillophilia curates immersive itineraries that allow travelers to delve into the city's UNESCO World Heritage Sites, such as the Temple of the Tooth Relic, where the revered Buddha's tooth is enshrined. Thrillophilia provides a seamless travel experience by including well-crafted Kandy group tour packages that cater to diverse preferences. From cultural enthusiasts who want to see traditional dance performances to nature lovers seeking the tranquillity of the Royal Botanical Gardens, each package is designed to capture the essence of Kandy.

Moreover, Thrillophilia's expertise extends to selecting accommodations that blend comfort with local charm, enhancing the overall travel experience. One of the key advantages of choosing these tour Packages through Thrillophilia is the inclusion of knowledgeable guides who share insights into the city's history & culture. Have unique & memorable experiences with these wonderful packages including excursions to iconic landmarks like the Peradeniya Railway Station & the picturesque Kandy Lake. In essence, Thrillophilia's Kandy Group Tour Packages provide a blend of cultural immersion & adventure by which you can discover the allure of Kandy in a way that resonates with their interests and preferences.

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Best Time to Go For Kandy Group Tour :

Each season provides a unique experience and visiting Kandy depends on the choice of the season of travelers.

Peak Season (December to March): The peak season in Kandy, occurs from December to March when the weather is pleasantly cool and dry. During this season, you can enjoy cultural festivals, including the renowned Esala Perahera. Visit the Temple of the Tooth Relic and explore the Royal Botanical Gardens.

Low Season (April to June): During the low season, from April to June, there are occasional showers in Kandy. This is a wonderful time to visit serene attractions like Kandy Lake. You can also explore Udawatte Kele Sanctuary for a memorable experience.

Shoulder Seasons (July to September, October to November): In the shoulder season from July to November, there is irregular rainfall in Kandy. This is a good season to witness lush green landscapes and explore indoor attractions like the Ceylon Tea Museum. You can also explore its vibrant markets and learn about Kandy’s rich cultural heritage. 

How To Reach Kandy :

The most convenient route from India to Kandy is by taking a flight to Bandaranaike Airport in Colombo, the closest major airport to the city. From India, you can catch direct flights to Colombo from various major cities, including Mumbai, Delhi, Chennai, and Bengaluru. Once you arrive in Colombo, travelers can easily access Kandy by road or train, enjoying a seamless journey to this picturesque destination.

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Kandy Group Tours FAQs

How many days are enough in Kandy?

A stay of 2 to 3 days in Kandy is sufficient to explore its cultural treasures, including the Temple of the Tooth Relic and traditional dance performances. This timeframe allows for a leisurely exploration of the city's historical sites, botanical gardens, and picturesque Kandy Lake while savoring the unique charm of this Sri Lankan gem.

How Much does it cost to visit Kandy?

The cost of visiting Kandy varies, with an average mid-range budget ranging from INR 3,500 to INR 7,000 per day. This estimate covers accommodation, meals, transportation, and entrance fees to attractions. Luxury experiences may exceed this, while budget-conscious travelers can find affordable options for a more economical visit in Indian Rupees.

Is Kandy worth going to?

Yes, going to Kandy is worth it as the city attracts visitors with its natural beauty and rich culture. You can explore the city's historical sites, including the Temple of the Tooth Relic & lush landscapes and have cultural experiences like traditional dance performances. These attractions make it a wonderful destination for travellers who are seeking a unique & enriching travel experience.

Is Kandy better than Colombo?

The preference between Kandy and Colombo depends on individual interests. Kandy, with its cultural richness and scenic beauty, is favoured for a relaxed experience. Colombo, being the capital, offers a more urban atmosphere with modern amenities and vibrant nightlife. Both cities offer distinct charms, catering to diverse travel preferences.

Which are the best places to visit in Kandy?

  • Temple of the Tooth Relic: A UNESCO World Heritage Site, this sacred temple houses the revered tooth relic of Buddha, drawing pilgrims and tourists alike.

  • Peradeniya Botanical Gardens: Renowned for its stunning collection of orchids and exotic flora, the gardens provide a tranquil escape with scenic landscapes and a variety of plant species.

  • Kandy Lake: Nestled in the heart of the city, this picturesque artificial lake offers a serene setting for leisurely walks, boat rides, and scenic views of the surrounding hills.

  • Cultural Dance Performances: Experience the vibrant traditional dance forms at cultural shows, providing a colourful insight into Sri Lanka's artistic heritage.

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