This unforgettable Holiday has been designed using a small selection of Sri Lanka’s most chic and intimate boutique hotels. ‘Romantic Holiday’ is a slow-paced itinerary that allows you time to unwind but also a chance to explore the island & its lovely nature.
Our representatives will meet and greet you upon your arrival at the airport. You will then transfer to your Pinnawala where you will explore the Pinnawala elephant orphanage, concluding your tour in Pinnawala transfer to Sigiriya and check-in at your hotel & relax.
After breakfast, Checkout from your hotel and enjoy a climb to Sigiriya rock fortress, Later on Transfer to Trincomalee & check-in at your hotel & relax.
After breakfast at the hotel, you can explore the sites in Trincomalee such as Koneswaram Temple / Fort fedrick & Pathrikali Aman Temple, Concluding your tour in Trincomalee return to your hotel & relax.
Day 04 & Day 05
After breakfast, The days is all yours to relax and enjoy the hotel facilities.
After breakfast, Checkout from the hotel & transfer to Anuradhapura and explore the sites in Anuradhapura. Concluding your tour in Anuradhapura, Check-in at your hotel & relax.
After breakfast, Checkout from your hotel & transfer to Wilpattu and enjoy a morning safari in Wilpattu national park concluding your safari transfer to Negombo & check-in at your hotel & relax.
After breakfast, Relax throughout the day at your hotel.
After breakfast, Checkout from your hotel & proceed to the airport for your scheduled flight timings
On the South west coast of Sri Lanka, Bentota lies on the Indian Ocean, a tropical lagoon and a major river and offers water sports possibilities that are nowhere else to be found on the island.
Nuwara Eliya is a cool green mountain valley, the heart of Sri Lankan hill country boasts rolling hills interspersed with gushing streams and tumbling waterfalls. It is also acclaimed for its golf courses and amazing tea plantations.
The last capital of the Sri Lankan kings is a World Heritage Site. The name “Kandy” conjures visions of splendor and magnificence. Many of the legends, traditions and folklore are still lovingly kept alive.
Sri Lanka’s commercial capital and sea-port is a blend of old and new. This is a city, which has many reminders of its European colonial past. Bustling bazaars, Buddhist and Hindu Temples and Muslim Mosques contrast with, smart modern Shopping Malls and multi-national chain hotels.