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Colombo

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Full of atmosphere and quirky character

More often than not Sri Lanka’s capital is considered as nothing more than a transit point, however those that do allow a day or so to explore Colombo will be pleasantly surprised to find a dynamic city that pulses with life whilst preserving an old world charm – indeed many of the boutique colonial homes have been restored as hotels.

Why visit Colombo?

  • Ideal stopover pre or post tour
  • Colonial architecture
  • Shopping
  • Sundowners at Galle Face Hotel
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The Wallawwa

The Prestige Collection - for those who demand the ultimate in luxurious accommodation

The Wallawa is a grand colonial manor nestling amongst three acres of magnificent manicured gardens within easy reach of central Colombo and the beaches of Negombo.

Cinnamon Red

Cinnamon Red

From £62 pp
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Cinnamon Red is a pioneering new breed of city hotel in Colombo combining economy with luxury and intelligence with style.

Taj Samudra - Exterior

Taj Samudra

From £98 pp
Silver Plus

Taj Samudra is set on 11 acres of landscaped gardens and facing the historic Galle Face Green and waterfront.

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The facts:

Getting there: Colombo is approximately 11 hours (non-stop flights) from the UK.

Local time: GMT +5.5 hours.

Currency: Sri Lankan rupee. Travellers cheques are not accepted.

Language: Sinhala/Tamil. English is also widely spoken.

Colombo climate:

Best time to travel: The weather in Colombo is fairly temperate throughout the year, however it experiences two monsoons and a dry season. The dry season between December and March brings hot and humid weather with an average temperature of around 27ºC. The monsoon takes place between May to August and again from October to January. However, temperatures average at about 28ºC and you can expect heavy downfalls, however they rarely last all day.

Colombo Climate Chart