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What a difference, much cleaner than the Indian ports of call. Visited a tea plantation, saw the tea pickers and saw how the tea was processed in the factory.
Visited: Jan 05, 2019
A free excursion as seightseeing is OK. But there are a lot of beautiful places to see in Sri lanka
Visited: Jan 07, 2019
Our excursion was private and we went out to the Pinwala Elephant Preserve and had a blast. Even got to feed the elephants. They would walk right up to you if you had fruit in your hands. Last trip we did Colombo, so we want to get out of town and worth it.
Visited: Jan 22, 2019
We have been here before so we took the 9-hour Pinnawela Elephant Orphanage tour. It was a long ride out here & back to the ship. You can take a train or a motor Coach to get here. What fun to have the elephants come right over to us searching our pockets and bags for food. It was fun watching the elephants playing & bathing themselves and we were invited to feed them bottles of milk later. We enjoyed a buffet lunch riverside.
Visited: Jan 04, 2018
The port offered a large range of stalls right next to the ship. We didn’t do a tour
Visited: Jan 29, 2019
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