Nestled northeast of the Maldives, Sri Lanka oozes beauty, charm and and spirituality. The landscapes are beautiful, its people welcoming, its rainforests luscious and its golden beaches framed by palm trees. The island formerly known as Ceylon was once an important stop on ancient trade routes and it filled with tea plantations and Bhuddist ruins Few islands boast so much. Sri Lanka is not to be missed.
'Oozing spirituality, beauty, history and charm, this is an island not to be missed'
Choose from boutique hotels with sprawling spas to luxurious colonial tea planters bungalows with open fires and butlers who provide attentive service. Small luxury hotels with fewer than 10 rooms are perfect for groups or choose premium beachside retreats with sweeping views of the turquoise Indian Ocean. Our travel experts will help you curate your perfect trip.
Known as Ceylon until 1972, no trip to Sri Lanka would be complete without visiting one of its many tea plantations (or tea factory) - and learn about the birthplace of Ceylon tea. Ask our experts and they’ll arrange a tour. Tour villages and ancient Bhuddist temples by bicycle, jump on a tuk tuk or see elephants and buffalo roaming freely in Sri Lanka’s sprawling national parks. Sri Lanka boasts eight UNESCO World heritage sites, there are countless picturesque fishing villages to visit, and endless pristine beaches to relax on. Sigiriya rock, one of Sri Lanka’s most iconic sights is a must-see, the ruins of this 5th century palace fortress tower 200 metres above the lush green plains below. Sri Lank's to-do list is endless and the beauty breathtaking. Few islands offer so much in so little space. Ask us about your perfect trip.
'Few islands offer so much to see and do in one place'
Sri Lankan cuisine is exotic and heady with spices. Deliciously fiery, the dishes on offer are a melting pot of the country’s past cultural influences, from Indian, Malay and Arab to Portuguese English and Dutch. The curries are similar to Thai, rich with coconut milk though often spicier. Fresh fish and seafood naturally plays a big part in the local diet—and a great choice if you're not a fan of spice.