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Sri Lanka


The small island nation of Sri Lanka packs a whole lot into such a small area. With endless beaches, timeless ruins, fantastic wildlife, exceptional cuisine and fascinating ancient culture, this small nation manages to cram more intrigue and beauty within inside its modest shores than almost anywhere else in the world. The verdant hills are a beautiful juxtaposition to the tropical coasts and lowlands, offering treks and train rides you’ll never forget. With ancient ruins to explore and colourful temples scattered throughout the nation’s inland national parks, there’s a lot more to discover in Sri Lanka than the popular beach resorts and pristine sands.

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AVANI Bentota Resort and Spa

Sri Lanka

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This designer hotel is beautifully set by the golden sands of Bentota Beach, where the ocean glistens in the morning sun and coconut palms line the shore. Spend lazy days relaxing by the pool soaking in the tranquil ambience enjoyed by this laid-back...

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£639

AVANI Kalutara Resort

Sri Lanka

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Resting on a peaceful peninsular, where Indian Ocean meets the Kalu Ganga River, AVANI Kalutara Resort has a unique setting for your Sri Lanka holiday. Slow down and relax in the easy-going ambience, surrounded by stunning natural beauty. There’s a...

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£709

Club Hotel Dolphin

Sri Lanka

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For an unforgettable family holiday in a magical Sri Lankan setting, Club Hotel Dolphin offers a fun and friendly beachside option. This is a place where you can choose to be as relaxed or as active as you like. Take a morning stroll along the golden...

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£709
Based on 7 Nights, All Inclusive,
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£719

Centara Ceysands Resort and Spa

Sri Lanka

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Board the barge on peaceful Bentota River, and sail into Centara Ceysand’s tropical world of rest and relaxation. This secluded spot is perfectly situated between the mangrove-lined river and the sapphire waves of the Indian Ocean. Accommodation here...

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Based on 7 Nights, Half Board,
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£859

Earl's Regency

Sri Lanka

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Settled amongst the verdant hills of Sri Lanka’s central province, Earl’s Regency Hotel offers exquisite luxury and tranquillity close to the city of Kandy. With a regal quality to the décor throughout the accommodation, you’ll feel like royalty as you...

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£859
Based on 7 Nights, Half Board,
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£1089

Anantara Tangalle Peace Haven Resort and Spa

Sri Lanka

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Nestled amongst lush coconut plantations on a golden sandy bay, Anantara Tangalle Peace Haven Resort offers a tranquil paradise for your trip of a lifetime. Romantic beach walks, lazy days by the pool and unique gastronomic adventures await you at this...

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Era Beach by Jetwing

Sri Lanka

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Escape to a world of pure relaxation and luxurious comfort at Era Beach by Jetwing. This unique hotel is beautifully set along a stretch of pristine golden sand, just south of Galle. Breathe in the fresh scent of the ocean spray and soothe your soul...

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Things to do in Sri Lanka


The one thing that Sri Lanka is world renowned for above all else is its dazzling beaches. The south coast, especially, has a host of spectacular white and golden sand beaches that are as beautiful and serene as anywhere in the world. Tangala, Unawatuna and Mirissa are all fabulous embodiments of what you’d expect from an Indian Ocean paradise. Sri Lanka is uncrowded compared to most destinations of comparative coastal splendour, so a relaxing spot under the sun and listening to the delicate surf should not be too difficult to find.

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Away from its stunning beaches, Sri Lanka has a whole host of cultural and natural places of interest. The Uda Walawe National Park is a huge chunk of savannah grassland that homes herds of buffalo, crocodiles, sambar deer and Indian elephants. You could also visit the sacred site of Adam’s Peak. This beautiful mountain is a holy site for Buddhists, Hindus, Muslims and Christians and is a brilliant excursion to learn about the mythic history of the place and experience its spectacular view.

While on the island it’s an absolute must you sample the local cuisine. An island so rich in spices is sure to offer dishes bursting with flavour. Food is an integral part of the Sri Lankan culture and is something they take tremendous pride in, resulting in uniformly great food throughout the island.

Sri Lanka is a land rich and varied with sensuous experiences to discover. Brilliant beaches and timeless ruins, exotic landscapes and mouth-watering food. For such a small nation, Sri Lanka offers a whole range of unique and fascinating experiences exceptional for adventure, cultural discovers, exploring the island’s wonderful wildlife, or simply unwinding on one of the brilliant beaches. This small island nation has it all.

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Weather


The weather in Sri Lanka is tropical with no real marked seasons. Temperature averages hover around the high twenties year round and it is often humid. The higher ground is much cooler, inland. Sri Lanka receives quite a lot of rainfall, which accounts for its lush vegetation and it sees more rain in the northern and eastern regions in December and January. The Yala monsoon season brings rain to the south and west coasts from May to July. Although you may see rain while in Sri Lanka, it often manages to quell the high humidity and the hot temperatures make it less of problem than in more northern regions.