Tailor Made

Sri Lanka tailormade holiday is the core of our service. During the past we have tailored holiday itineraries for hundreds of clients meeting that exact need, your own dream Tropical Vacation.

The tropical island of Sri Lanka is an exquisite creation by the nature that offers everything that you need for a perfect holiday. Sri Lanka offers 1300km of beach; gold sand in the West Coast and white sand in the East Coast, lush green forests with vivid wild life, neatly planted green tea estates in the hills among the mild weather, ancient ruins that date back to over two millennium and excellent hotels scattered throughout Sri Lanka are some of the few characteristics that you will indulge yourself over and over again.

When it comes to offering the best holiday in Sri Lanka, we have expertise that is unmatchable to anyone in the country. Our team has extensive knowledge in creating the most convenient, affordable holidays in Sri Lanka with firsthand experiences. We offer the best rates for hotels in Sri Lanka and the most experienced tour guides in the industry. Our level of communication is probably the most attentive in Sri Lanka, with 24 hour support for holiday makers who are already in Sri Lanka and faster turnaround time for anyone who enquire from us. We listen well, and committed to provide the best from the first point of contact until your farewell at the departure.

All our flight inclusive holidays to Sri Lanka are ATOL Protected.

FLIGHT TIME 
Approx. 11.5 hrs  (Colombo International Airport : Airport code – CMB)
TIME ZONE
UTC +5:30
RECOMMENDED AIRLINES
Emirates, Etihad, Qatar Airways, Sri Lankan Airlines
WHERE CAN YOU FLY FROM?
Flights to Sri Lanka are available from  London Heathrow, Birmingham, Manchester, Newcastle, Edinburgh and Glasgow.

HIGHLIGHTS OF A TAILOR-MADE HOLIDAY TO SRI LANKA

Dambulla
Preserved as a UNESCO World Heritage site, Dambulla is probably one of the most inspiring cave monasteries that you will ever find. Dated back to the 1st Century BC, these monasteries were used by Buddhist monks who would spend days of deep Samadhi. The centuries old drawings on ceiling , the enigmatic ambience of this great monastery will be thought provoking and inspiring.

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Sigiriya

An ancient rock fortress build 200m high on the Sigiriya rock as many calls ‘ The 8th Wonder of the word’ is must see highlight in the cultural tri-angle of Sri Lanka. Smoothly sculpt giant Lions paws, the Sigiriya Frescoes, the views from the top of the rock fortress certainly will be a highlight of the cultural wonders you have ever seen.

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Nuwara Eliya

Preserved as a UNESCO World Heritage site, Dambulla is probably one of the most inspiring cave monasteries that you will ever find. Dated back to the 1st Century BC, these monasteries were used by Buddhist monks who would spend days of deep Samadhi. The centuries old drawings on ceiling , the enigmatic ambience of this great monastery will be thought provoking and inspiring.

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Kandy
Once a separate kingdom in the island of Sri Lanka, is still known as the ‘Hill Country’ among the locals. The whole city of Kandy is declared as as UNESCO Heritage site tells how historically important this city is. It is best highlight is the famous ‘Temple of the Tooth’ which safe guard the tooth reliquary of the Buddha. Kandy located above 500m the sea level creates a cooler climate than the rest of the island.

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Bentota & Beruwala
Located on the west-coast of Sri Lanka Bentota was the first to emerge in the luxury boutique resort scene. It now has a long golden coast and a uniquely positioned river where you can also do boat riding. Sri Lanka’s iconic architect Geoffrey Bawa has created many properties that now serve as luxury boutique resorts. The Garden he created over 40 years of work the ‘Lunuganga Garden’ is also a must visit in our view. Plenty of water sports activities are also there.

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Yala
Home to the largest leopard concentration of the world, Yala has the most visited park in the island. Situated in the southeast of the island, it also has of luxury camping sites among the conventional hotels to compliment. Yala is a true tropical game park which is uniquely bordering with the Indian Ocean. Elephants, Wild Boas, Dotted Deers, Monkeys, Crocodiles and rare bird species are among the 44 mammal species and 230 bird species. It is also reported that there are nearly 350 elephants residing in the park.

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Galle
As the travellers describe, Galle Fort and its interlock streets build by the Dutch during the 15th century is like a European setting unexpectedly appeared in the tropics. It carries the old world charm refreshing anyone visits there. This UNESCO World Heritage site was first build by the Portuguese and the British used it as their head quarters from 1796. It’s narrow streets with full of antique shopping, jewellery, the light house overlooking the ocean the giant clock tower and the fort overlooking the Galle Cricket Stadium are a fascinating sites.

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Polonnaruwa
An ancient military capital, described by the historians as ‘ The Lost City’ is a UNESCO World Heritage site. It is famous for its ancient giant Buddha statues, where the standing Buddha statue ride 23ft high and the reclining Buddha is 46ft long. Polonnaruwa also has a must visit Archaeological Museum which has rated first class by Lonely Planet. Polonnaruwa also close to the Minneriya National Park which is popular for its grand elephant gathering of nearly 600 elephants during its dry season.

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Trincomalee
Trinco ( in short) is located in the east coast of Sri Lanka. Gifted with a natural harbour, Trinco attracted foreign traders throughout the history. In our view, Trinco’s Nilaweli Beach probably is the best in the whole country. It has a small island call the ‘Pigeon Island’ which is 2km boat ride away which offers some of the best snorkelling in the region. The 17th century built Dutch Fort the Konesveran Hindu Temple which is perched on a cliff over looking the sea are some of the must see when you are there.

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Colombo
The Commercial capital of the country has gone through major transformations since the dawn to the Portuguese arrivals since 1505. Colombo offers hundreds is authentic and fusion fine dining restaurants and night life to enjoy. Its three mile long Dutch built Galleface green and the Galle Face hotel which over looks the Indian Ocean, the Old British parliament the Pettah cross streets are some of the city’s charms. Interesting to note that there are three Test Cricket Grounds and the second Oldest Royal Golf Club outside the UK is also located in the heart of Colombo.

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MOST POPULAR ACTIVITIES IN A HOLIDAY TO SRI LANKA

 

Diving & Snorkelling
Sri Lanka is blessed with almost a 1600km of gold coast. It’s coastlines are renowned around the world as a diving destination full of character. Notably, Mt Lavinia and Unawatuna of the west coast and Pasikuda of the east-coast offers WWii HMS ship wrecks. The clear water in Pagieon island, Kapitiya, Unawatuna are among the most popular to explore the fascinating marine world which draws various type of fish in its warm water. Hence Sri Lanka is an all year destination for diving.

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Blue Whale Watching
Whales live close to Sri Lankan coast than any where else. The reason being these deep sea leviathans find rich sources to feed themselves. Blue whales find it home around the coast of Sri Lanka where to stay near Mirissa during Nov- Dec and near Trincomalee during May- Oct. It is one of the most popular highlights of Sri Lanka. Tropical Vacations offer this activity better than any around by offering private boats along with naturalist on board. Our boats reach the whale watching spots quicker than other boats leaving you more time to observe the whales.

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Climb the Adam’s Peak
Adam’s Peak or locally known as ‘Sri pada’ loosely meaning the scared foot is a mountain peak that unites all faiths. Adam’s peak is located in Dick Oya in the highlands of Sri Lanka. It is believed to have the foot print of Buddha by the Buddhists, Adam’s original garden by the catholic missionaries and the foot print of Allah by Muslims and Shiva by Hindus. Catch the breathtaking sunrise at the peak of Adam’s Peak after a refreshing and exciting climb. Its incredible views will be well worth the climb.

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Ancient city of Kandy
Once a separate kingdom in the island of Sri Lanka, is still known as the ‘Hill Country’ among the locals. The whole city of Kandy is declared as as UNESCO Heritage site tells how historically important this city is. It is best highlight is the famous ‘Temple of the Tooth’ which safe guard the tooth reliquary of the Buddha. Kandy located above 500m the sea level creates a cooler climate than the rest of the island.

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Wildlife Safaris
Sri Lanka is gifted with a remarkably rich and diverse wildlife that one can easily fall in love with. Many hail it as the best wild life in all of Asia for its convenient access and sighting. The largest leopard concentration of the world, an elephant population over 5000, rare monkeys, migratory and endemic birds are few of the many highlights scattered in nine national parks in this relatively small island. Sri Lanka also has expert guides whom Tropical Vacations regularly hire with an abundant of knowledge and passion to share their insights.

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Scenic Train Journey
Experience the most picturesque train journey of all of Asia by taking a train ride from Kandy to Nuwara Eliya. The train journey’s are a romantic, soothing experience for many. The ride from Kandy to NUwara Eliya best done in the morning. In a journey roughly about 2hrs you will ascend from the Kandy highlands to home of Ceylon Tea, Nuwara Eliya. The modern train services we offer has air-conditioned carriages with inhouse service, wi-fi onboard and viewing areas creating you extra comfort. Including a train journey in a tailor-made holiday to Sri Lanka has been a popular choice.

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Watch a Cricket Match
Cricket is a little more than a sport in Sri Lanka. It is a national panacea where from children to adults to grannies would admire with great passion. While Cricket grounds are well located in the best touristic destinations, playing Cricket can be seen in many streets. Watching a Cricket match can be a wonderful experience as Sri Lanka brings its own attributes on how they engage. The popular ‘Papare band’ the Lion beer, its fashion, fans in festive moods adds to the excitement of intensely battled game of Cricket of the day. Spectators of Sri Lanka are friendly, welcoming and tolerate the win or loss calmly.

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