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Excursion to Sigiriya

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Excursion to Sigiriya Highlights

  • ​​Visit Lion's Rock Fortress, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, acclaimed as the Eighth Wonder of the World.

  • Climb up to 1,200 steps for panoramic views from the fortress summit, revealing the stunning landscape views.

  • Experience the awe-inspiring lion-like structure and its historical importance on this Sigiriya Rock Fortress day tour.

Know Before You Go for Excursion to Sigiriya

Must Know
If climbing up to Sigiriya, carry your own bottle of water as it may not be readily available around the fortress.
We recommend comfortable walking shoes, light and comfortable clothing, sunglasses/sunscreen.
The climb up the steps is an optional activity in the tour.
Do not consume alcoholic beverages or drugs, if you are found intoxicated, you might be asked to leave the premises.
Pack appropriate clothing for varied climates.

Maps & Location

Starting Point
Sigiriya Lion Rock
XQ46+R46, Sigiriya, Sri Lanka

Excursion to Sigiriya Cancellation Policy

  • If cancellation is made 1 days or more before the date of travel, total booking cost will be charged as cancellation fees.
  • If cancellation is made within 1 days before the date of travel, total booking cost will be charged as cancellation fees.
INR 15,000
Per Person
INR 19,900
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Excursion to SigiriyaOverview

Take a tour of the Sigiriya Rock Fortress, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Explore the unique Lion's Rock Fortress as you stroll through water gardens. During this tour, you can also choose to climb up 1,200 steps for breathtaking views of the place and its beautiful surroundings.

About the Activity:

  • Enjoy to and fro comfortable transfers from the hotel. 
  • Look at the lion-like structure and learn about its historical importance.
  • Get a chance to have beautiful views from the summit by climbing up 1,200 steps.
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