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Sri Lanka Inspired Itinerary

Day 1


London Airport to Colombo Airport

Day 2


Stay at The Wallawwa Hotel in Kotugoda, a town in the Gampaha District, Western Province of Sri Lanka. It is located about 20 kilometres north of Colombo, the capital of Sri Lanka. It is a popular destination to visit on arrival or departure from Sri Lanka with easy access to the airport. Kotugoda is also home to a number of restaurants serving traditional Sri Lankan cuisine, seafood, and international fare.

The Hotel is a lovingly restored old colonial manor house set in three acres of beautifully manicured and stocked gardens; accommodation comprises rooms and suites furnished to the highest standards. Guests will receive a warm and friendly welcome along with personal and courteous service.

Day 3-5


Transfer to Ulagalla Resort in Anuradhapura. A gem of a boutique hotel, it is nestled in a sprawling 58-acre lush green garden with a 150-year-old mansion at its centre, rich with cultural heritage and historical significance. Interposed within this natural habitat, there are 25 villas with private pools, cautiously designed and built to maintain the ecological balance of the surroundings.

Explore Anuradhapura, which  was the centre of Theravada Buddhism for many centuries. Situated just over 120 miles north of the current capital of Colombo within the North Central Province, on the banks of the historic Malvathu River. It is one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in the world and one of the eight UESCO World Heritage Sites of Sri Lanka.

The ruins of Anuradhapura are a unique Sri Lankan experience and offer an illustrative insight into one of its former kingdoms. The widespread complex contains a plethora of archaeological and architectural wonders, including impressive dagobas (basically a brick stupas), ancient pools and disintegrating temples, constructed at various stages during Anuradhapura’s 1000 years of rule over Sri Lanka. Today, several of the sites remain in use as holy places and temples giving the feel of a living museum.

Day 6 & 7

Transfer to your accommodation, Ceylon Tea Trails in Hatton

Steeped in history and immersed in the verdant scenery of Sri Lanka’s UNESCO World Heritage Central Highlands, Ceylon Tea Trails is the perfect blend of past and present. Perched at an altitude of 1250 metres, the five historic tea-planter bungalows embody natural hospitality: effortlessly relaxed and refined without pretence. Guests are invited to slow down and enjoy this home from home for 2 nights where gourmet cuisine, tea adventures, shimmering swimming pools and timeless classic pursuits await.

Hatton is a town in the Nuwara Eliya District of the Central Province of Sri Lanka. It is known as the “Tea Capital of Sri Lanka” due to its extensive tea plantations and is a popular tourist destination for its scenic beauty and cool climate. It is an ideal base for seeking out some of the most beautiful and rugged natural locations in Sri Lanka with a wealth of sights within easy access.

Hatton is surrounded by lush green tea plantations, stretching as far as the eye can see. These plantations are not only a vital part of the local economy but also offer stunning scenery for visitors to admire.

Day 8 & 9

Yala National Park

Transfer to Wild Coast Tented Lodge in Yala National Park to see Sri Lanka’s wildlife. UNESCO design award winner Wild Coast Tented Lodge is a spectacular luxury tented camp stunningly located where the jungle meets a pristine beach, overlooking the Indian Ocean. The unique design blends seamlessly into the surrounding landscape.

Originally a hunting ground for the British during colonial rule Yala National Park covers 126,786 hectares and was established in 1938.Yala is famous for its big herds and large number of Elephants, Leopards, Spotted Deer, Sambhur, Crocodiles, Mongoose, Wild Boar, Wild Buffalo, and many other animals. More than 200 bird species have been recorded in the park.

Yala boasts Asia’s highest density of Leopards, however these reclusive animals can still be difficult to spot, dawn or dusk 4×4 jeep safaris offer the best chance of a sighting. Yala is home to over 300 elephants and these majestic creatures are easy to view, often in family groups. Other popular species in the park include deer, water buffalo and crocodiles.

Daay 10-12


On Sri Lanka’s sun-drenched south coast, surrounded by lush jungle your final 3 nights are spent at Amanwella and its incomparable seaside setting in Tangalle. Designed for blissful seclusion and natural exploration, this contemporary beach resort claims a vast swathe of golden sand fringed with coconut palms and lies close to revered temples, rolling tea plantations and Sri Lanka’s finest National Parks.

The south coast’s many golden beaches are ideal for activities ranging from surfing and snorkelling to whale watching and fishing in the Indian Ocean. Inland, jungles reveal ancient temples and holy caves, tea plantations and natural treasures including Bundala Bird Sanctuary and Udawalawe National Park.

Day 13

Home Time

Colombo Airport to London Airport.

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