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Day 1

You will reach   Jaffna town around 5.30 am. You can get down from the bus at the Central Bus Station. You can hire a tuk tuk to your rooms. You can even walk along the Jaffna Fort to see the scene of the sun rise. Check into the room you have reserved and have your breakfast. In the morning you can explore out of the town and in the evening you can walk around the to

Point Pedro

Your journey to Jaffna will be incomplete if you do not visit Point Pedro which is 30 kilometers away from the town. In the center of the town there are some restaurants from where you can have some Kottu and drink something cool during your city ride. Point Pedro is the northernmost tip of Sri Lanka.

Day 2


 Nallur Kovil represents the largest complex of Hindu temples in the country. It was built in 1734, this shrine is the hub of the area’s religious activity. The visitor will always have a chance to experience local customs and traditions. Normally before exploring the other attractions in the Jaffna peninsula Nallur is visited by all the visitors.

Casuarina Beach

On your way from Karainagar to Point Pedro, about 22 kilometers away you find this lesser known beach strip. The beach is full of willowy trees-casuarinas, that is how the name came into being. It is only one-hour bus ride from the central depot.

Day 3

Jaffna Fort

Jaffna Fort is an archeological monument which reveals several historical, archeological and the cultural aspects of Jaffna Peninsula and Sri Lanka. The construction of the current fort dates back to 1618, the era of Portuguese. During the colonial period the fort was under the governance of the British and the Dutch. Inside the fort you find a church with the statue of Virgin Mary, Governer’s Residence, garrison parade ground and the queen’s house.