Sri Lanka

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About Sri Lanka

For many years travellers have passed by Sri Lanka on their way to India or Southeast Asia. Years of war have kept Sri Lanka off many itineraries, but now the war has ended this impossibly green, spectacular and affordable teardrop shaped destination has opened its doors. Lapped by the Indian Ocean, Sri Lanka is home to endless beaches, year round sunshine and eight UNESCO World Heritage Sites. It’s a haven for wildlife; it has the highest density of wild elephant in Asia and several of its national parks are home to leopard. The misty heights of the hill country invite trekkers and cyclists, while others enjoy its verdurous tea plantations from the comfort of a train. There’s ancient cities, timeless ruins, colonial forts, rich lowland jungles, primary rainforest, dazzling white beaches and even blue whales. No other country packs so much into such a small place, so for those who don’t like long journeys, Sri Lanka’s for you. What’s more the smiling faces that welcome you here are genuine, Sri Lankans are some of the nicest people you’ll meet.

Some of our suggested Sri Lanka itineraries

All our holidays are tailor-made, starting from scratch to build you something that perfectly fits your requirements. These suggested itineraries are just meant to help with the planning process and give you some idea of what is possible, and the sort of prices to expect.

Classic Sri Lanka, 14 days from £1,984pp including international flights.

Sri Lanka’s Hidden Gems, 15 days from £2,354pp including international flights.

Sri Lanka & The Maldives, 14 days from £2,859p including international flights.

Please do visit our website for all our great ideas, suggestions, information and pictures of Sri Lanka: www.srilankaholidayarchitects.com

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