Colombo - Kandy - Nuwara Eliya - Negombo
Sri Lanka is an emerging golf destination and this Sri Lanka Golf tour is an ideal introduction to golf in Sri Lanka. You'll have the opportunity to play on three different golf courses and also experience some of the major sights in Colombo and Kandy.
The Royal Colombo Golf Club in Sri Lanka, has been at the Forefront of the Sri Lankan golf scene since its inauguration in 1879, receiving the Royal Seal from King George V in 1928.
Measuring 6560-yards from the championship tees the course is not long by modern day standards and has a very classic English parkland feel, presented in superb condition year-round, with ambience to match.
Clubhouse facilities are good with everything you could need for your enjoyment before or after your round.
You can also choose to visit the Pinnawala Elephant Orphanage which is an orphanage, nursery and breeding project for wild Asian elephants
The Victoria Golf Course in Kandy is one of the finest examples of a Donald Steel design and makes the most of its prestigious location next to the Victoria reservoir and stunning natural scenery.
Aesthetically pleasing with an abundance of flowering shrubbery, palm-tree lined fairways and white sand bunkers blend seamlessly together to offer a challenging course that will test the very best golfers.
If you have time you should visit the Temple of the Tooth in Kandy which houses a tooth which once belonged to Buddha
Founded in 1889 the Nuwara Eliya Golf Club is one of the oldest golf clubs in Asia. The tradition is clear to see with the colonial style clubhouse sitting proudly overlooking the first tee, 2nd and 18th greens.
As you may expect from a course that was founded by the British is has a distinctive parkland feel. Towering trees line the fairways, creating intimate holes, narrow landing areas and a challenging test for all levels of golfers.