Though small in size, Sri Lanka is abundant with culturally and historically significant sights set across beautiful landscape that ranges from cooler tea plantations to tropical coastlines. Staying at accommodation that will take your breath at every stop, our Secret Sri Lanka itinerary redefines #luxury travel.
Day 7 Hapatule Transfer to the railway station this morning to board a train to Hapatule. You will be met on arrival and driven to Thotalagala Tea Plantation Bungalow. Located high in the central hills, 1372 metres above sea level, this beautiful tea es
Located in Borella, Maniumpathy is a perfect starting point from which to explore Colombo. The hotel offers guests a range of services and amenities designed to provide comfort and convenience. Take advantage of the hotel's room service, free
Day 6 Kandy Depart Anuradhapura today for Kandy. Established in the 14th century, the Kingdom of Kandy became the country’s capital city in the 16th century. Under the patronage of the ancient kings of Sri Lanka indigenous culture flourished for more than 2,500 years until the occupation by the British in 1815. Steeped in political, cultural and religious history, Kandy today is a UNESCO World Heritage city.
Day 8 Hapatule What better way to begin a day at leisure than with a picnic breakfast ? Find a secluded spot, spread your blanket on the ground and enjoy a specially prepared hamper of goodies, including freshly baked breads and sparkling wines.
Day 10 Tangalle Your accommodation here is well placed to undertake a number of activities and explore some of Sri Lanka’s primary attractions. If wildlife is of interest, you can enjoy the company of large herds of elephants at Udawalawe Reserve. If Geoffrey Bawa's architecture is of interest, you can visit the nearby Ruhuna University.