13 Nights/14 Days
Sri Lanka is a land wreathed in smiles which makes it a natural destination for romance – be it weddings, honeymoons, the first, tentative steps of young lovers or merely those wishing to mark a special anniversary. For such a small country the choice of romantic places to stay is strikingly large. Peerless design, impeccable service, the seductive sounds of the tropics and enchanting sunsets make even the most unpretentious couples feel divine.
Fall in love again in this perfect romantic getaway to reveal your true selves while enjoying the bliss over a cup of perfectly brewed hot tea. Its Sri Lanka always for your holiday! Indulge in the ultimate romantic getaway amidst the breathtaking landscapes of Sri Lanka, where love is truly in the air and cherished memories of your honeymoon will last a lifetime. After the excitement of your wedding, it’s time to unwind and enjoy the tranquil countryside with your loved one, surrounded by the sweet fragrance of blooming flowers, the melodies of birds singing, and the fluttering of colorful butterflies.
a must-see with its rock ceiling covered in one large sweep of colourful frescoes, some of which dates back more than 2,000 years. This cave temple has the largest number of Buddha statues all housed in one place including a 14-metre figure of the recumbent Buddha carved out of the rock.
one of Sri Lanka’s fascinating UNESCO World Heritage Sites. No matter how often you climb to the summit of this one-time fortress of the maverick Sinhalese king, Kassapa, the pleasure barely diminishes.
The hill country also provides an excellent base for a variety of adventure activities, such as kayaking, trekking and cycling.
A land of lush tea plantations, majestic peaks and attractive tea bungalows.
The British built the Railway System in Sri Lanka back in 1864 for coffee and tea transportation between Colombo and Hill Country. Railway connects the biggest cities in Sri Lanka and offers several classes for all kinds of travelers.
a UNESCO-protected World Heritage site where glorious villas abound.
Several hours can be spent visiting the lighthouse, walking the ramparts and nosing around the cafes and art and craft shops that have made the Fort a place to be seen.
Bentota, where the beaches are as broad as anywhere on the island and there is accommodation suited to both couples and families.