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Sri Lanka

Sri Lanka

An island full or surprises, which comprises far more than you could ever have imagined.

Glorious beaches and fascinating sightseeing in one neat package!

Romantically christened the “teardrop of India”, Sri Lanka offers the visitor history spanning

3,000 event filled years, eight UNESCO World Heritage Sites and a culture of unbelievable depth and diversity.

Set amongst lush, green and picturesque mountains lined with tea plantations and alongside golden, sandy beaches, the setting is spectacular with history, culture and stunning landscapes combining to make a unique holiday destination.

Sri Lanka is a country made for exploring. Sample it all or taste just a little; whatever you choose we can tailor-make the best experience for you...

Nuwara Eliya

Where the world famous tea is grown and produced, Nuwara Eliya is a reminder of British rule and the hill station, situated 6,000 feet above sea level, is colonial splendour in all its glory.

Galle

The historic town of Galle’s main landmark is the preserved Dutch Fort, it’s also home to gorgeous stretches of sandy beaches.

Anuradhapura

The ancient capital of Sri Lanka dates back over 2,000 years and is host to many immense dagobas and the ruins of the Brazen Palace.

Trincomalee

The east coast resort of Trincomalee is home to long white sandy beaches, fantastic surf and mangrove lagoons, ideal for diving and snorkelling. The vast golden beach is one of the finest in Asia.

  • Cape Weligama, Near Galle, Sri Lanka

    Cape Weligama, Near Galle, Sri Lanka

    Sri Lanka's newest luxury resort is situated just 30 minutes east of Galle

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  • Ceylon Tea Trails, Sri Lanka

    Ceylon Tea Trails, Sri Lanka

    Originally the homes of tea plantation managers in the days of the Raj, the four elegant colonial-style bungalows are located in Sri Lanka's gloriously scenic hill country.

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