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Arugam Bay

Arugam Bay is situated in the east of Sri Lanka (330km from Colombo). For many years in was a small coastal village and an esoteric destination for hardcore surf enthusiast. Over the last decade Arugam Bay has undergone a slow transformation into a more popular locale for surfing and with its improved infrastructure now provides the ideal setting for novice and veteran surfers alike. Away from the beach,Arugam Bay offers visitors a mix of cultural and natural delights, including endemic wildlife, a slew of rural villages and a distinctive tropical flavor unlikely to be found anywhere else.

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* Paper Moon Kudils

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$ 35

* Danish Villa

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$ 60

* Hideaway Arugambay

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$ 70

* Kudakalliya

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$ 100

* Stardust beach hotel

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$ 45

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Colombo

Colombo is the island’s beating heart, offering travelers the uncanny mix of a tropical setting, colonial architecture and the rollicking sprawl of urban development. Contained within the city is ample evidence of its long and illustrious history, much of which has been preserved and gives the city an air of storied romance. Everything you’d want from a major metropolis can be found in Colombo and the city is easy to navigate especially if you avoid peak hour traffic. Away from Colombo’s more trendy districts, lies a world that seems to function at a wholly different pace, from tree lined groves and quaint hideaways, to local bazaars teaming with life. Colombo is also home to a diverse, lively population and the city’s vibrant culture has given rise to an assortment of sub-cultures,each offering their own interpretation of the island. Sri Lanka’s commercial capital also host a wide range of cultural events throughout the year and during these times Colombo comes alive with song, dance and colorful aesthetic displays, that to the uninitiated can be as unusual as they are entertaining.

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* Cinnamon Grand

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$ 182

* Cinnamon Lakeside

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$ 182

* Colombo City Hotel

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$ 77

* Colombo Courtyard

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$ 182

* Galle Face Hotel

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$ 182

* Hilton Colombo Residencies

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$ 145

* Hilton Colombo

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$ 182

* Lake Lodge - Colombo

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$ 90

* Mount Lavinia Hotel

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179

* Palm Beach Hotel

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$ 60

* Renuka City Hotel

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$ 110

* Taj Samudra Colombo

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$ 182

* The Kingsbury Hotel

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$ 182

* Alankara Villa

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$ 104

* Concord Grand

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$ 55

* Ramada Colombo

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$ 121

* Palm Village Hotel

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$ 65

* Pearl Grand Hotel

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$ 90

* Grand Oriental Hotel

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$ 76

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Cultural Triangle

From Tamraparni to Taprobane and from Ceylon to Sri Lanka, this stunning isle offers a rich and colorful history that is sure to leave you craving for more of Sri Lanka. The ancient wonders of the cultural triangle, which lies in the interiors of Sri Lanka lures millions of travellers from all around the world eager to taste the history of ancient Sri Lanka. Consisting of Anuradhapura, Polonnaruwa, Sigiriya and Dambulla the amazing ruins of the cultural triangle date back to the 4th century BC, these ancient cities are protected by UNESCO as World Heritage Sites. It has been derived from Pali and Singhala scriptures that it was here that the ancient kings developed remarkably advance civilizations while contributing much to the advancement of Buddhism more than any other cultural location in this paradise isle. The area has many hotels ready to cater to every type of traveller.

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* Amaya Lake

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$ 125

* Back of Beyond - Dehi Gaha Ela

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$ 110

* Back of Beyond - Pidurangala

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$ 96

* Chaaya Village

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$ 168

* Cinnamon Lodge

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$ 158

* Deer Park Hotel

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$ 95

* Far Cry

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$ 90

* Galkadawala Forest Lodge

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$ 70

* Green Paradise

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$ 94

* Heritance Kandalama

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$ 165

* Jetwing Vil Uyana

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$ 310

* Kassapa Lions Rock

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$ 95

* Palm Garden Village

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$ 78

* Royal Lotus Hotel

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$ 75

* Sigiriya Village

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$ 80

* Sudu Araliya Hotel

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$ 80

* The Lake Polonnaruwa

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$ 74

* Thilanka Resort and Spa DambullaThilanka Resort and Spa Dambulla

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$ 106

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Galle Coast

Galle is the epitome of romanticism. The Portuguese annexed Galle from its Singhalese kings and built its first fortress naming it “Santacrusz”. The 300 year old Dutch atmosphere is still very much alive in this old fortified town. The fort being its main attraction is a UNESCO protected world heritage site. Lined with tiny cobble stone street and alleys, Dutch style old bungalows and villas, tiny shops with jewels, trinkets and other souvenirs, and intimate little boutique hotels, villas and restaurants, walking these quaint streets will take you on a journey back in time. Galle is the most popular destination on the southern coastal belt, offering a treat to every eager traveler. Its sun kissed beaches are lined with an array of hotels ranging from budget to boutique options, and a variety of restaurants thus leaving you with much to select from. At night the coast comes to life with many bars where you can sip a nice cocktail with the wind in your hair.

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* Aditya

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$ 270

* Amangalla

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$

Calamander Unawatuna Beach

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$ 96

Cantaloupe Aqua

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$ 77

Deco on 44

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$ 280

The Dutch House Galle

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$ 325

* Era Beach (Jetwing)

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$ 160

The Fort Printers

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$ 150

* Frangipani Tree

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$ 250

* Galle Fort Hotel

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$ 251

Galle Heritage Villa

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$ 200

* Illuketia

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$ 160

* Jetwing Lighthouse

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$ 220

Kingsley's Pearl

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$ 850

Kurulubedda (Jetwing)

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$ 200

Mosvold Villa

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$ 180

Off Rocks

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$ 200

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Hill Country

One of the Sri Lanka’s most esoteric features, is how drastically climate, temperature and landscape can change within a relatively short distance. The hill country which was an immensely popular place for settlement during colonial rule, due to its high altitude and cool climate, even today provides the perfect counter point to the island’s tropical expanses. Nuwara-Eliya, Ella, Dikoya, Haputale and Bandarawella are some of the more sought after destinations in this region, each offering its own version of a quiet hill country hamlet, set against breath taking scenery and divorced from the sprawl of larger cities. For those who want to explore the more secluded areas of Sri Lanka’s countryside, a cornucopia of natural delights, cultural artifacts and rural villages await you, as do many excellent trails for hiking or cycling, campsites with spectacular views and some fascinating locales for rock climbing.

 

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* Bandarawela Hotel

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$ 55

* Ceylon Tea Trails

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$ 356

* Glendower Hotel

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$ 100

Grand Hotel

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$ 200

* Heritance Tea Factory

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$220

* Hill Club

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$ 65

* Kirchhayn Bungalow

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$ 250

* Langdale by Amaya

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$ 220

St Andrew Hotel

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$ 120

* 98 Acre Resort

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$ 200

* Sky Green Resort

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$ 50

* Araliya Green Hills Hotel

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$ 170

* Ferncliff Bungalow

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$ 150

* Galway Forest Hotel

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$ 70

* The Firs

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$ 130

* Hotel Sunhill

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$ 45

* Unique Cottages

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$ 110

* Ashford Hotel

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$ 40

* Ramboda Falls

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$ 51

* Aruna

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$ 40

* Hotel Binota

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$ 40

* Anish Hotel

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$ 25

* Glenfall Reach Hotel

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$ 90

* The Bungalow by amaya

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$ 180

* Ashley Resort & Spa

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$ 75

* Heaven Seven

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$ 75

* Coccon Hills

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$ 94

* Royal Cocoon

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$ 157

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Jaffna

Cut off from the rest of the island for almost three decades due to civil war, the road to recovery for the island’s north has been a gradual, but profound. The landscape once ravaged by conflict, toady has an almost surreal feel, a mix of untouched virgin coastline, large expanses of shrubbery and a scattering of villages. The north of the island also showcases distinctively different topographic and cultural aspects, from vegetation and climate to language, architecture and cuisine. Many bantam islands are to be found of the northern coast and they can be easily reached via ferry or by hiring a boat, most of them sparsely habited and home to acuriousmix of fauna and flora. The North’s isolation for many decades has also ensured that many areas have been preserved without the intrusion of human settlement and reward the voracious explorer with a variety of cultural and religious landmarks, preserved outside time.

 

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* Expo Margosa

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$ 111

* Expo Pavilion

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$ 67

* Hotel Subhas

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$ 55

* Jaffna Heritage Hotel

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$ 55

* Fort Hammenhiel Resort

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$ 132

* Tilko Jaffna City Hotel

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$ 60

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Kandy

Kandy one of the most beautiful cities of Sri Lanka, located in the misty central highlands with a rich bio-diversity. The city provided a fortification for Sri Lanka’s last king Sri Wikrama Rajasinghe. Kandy is know for its scenic beauty and rich culture and is listed as a world heritage site of UNESCO. The name “Kandy” conjures visions of splendor and magnificence. Kandy is a sleepy city, which has many of its legends, traditions and folklore still lovingly kept alive. The city promises a number of tourist attractions, which include the Old Royal Palace and the famous Temple of Tooth. The latter consists of the sacred relic of Buddha’s tooth because of which is why Buddhists regard Kandy as one of the most sacred places. Kandy offers an exciting shopping experience with souvenirs ranging from precious stones and handmade laces to stone and wooden carvings. If you visit the city in the month of August, you can get a taste of Kandy Esala Perehera, an annual ritual of the Sacred Tooth Temple. Thus, your vacation can be an enriching and cultural uplifting one if you choose this sacred and beautiful city.

 

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* Albatross

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$ 116

Amaara Sky

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$ 140

Amaya Hills

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$ 135

Cinnamon Citadel

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$ 100

* Clingendael

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$ 440

* Clove Villa

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$ 107

Earls Regency

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$ 143

Hotel Topaz

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$ 102

* Hunas Falls

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$ 125

* Jims Farm Villas

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$ 64

* Jungle Tide

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$ 60

Mahaweli Reach

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$ 125

* Manor House

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$ 80

Queens Hotel

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$ 68

* Randholee

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$ 109

* Rosyth Estate House

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$ 268

Suisse Hotel

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$ 88

* Tamarind Lodge

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$ 150

* Theva Residency

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$ 160

* Thilanka Hotel

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$ 106

* Kandy Leisure Villa

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$ 45

* The Swiss Residence

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$ 75

* Gala Villa

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$ 86

* Kandyan Arts Residency

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$ 44

* Hanthana House

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$ 45

Tourmaline

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$ 102

* Windloft Retreat

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$ 85

* The Mansion

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$ 76

* Kandy Samadi

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$ 141

* Devon Hotel

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$ 50

* Hilltop Hotel

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$ 55

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Kitulgala & Ratnapura

Scattered with rolling hills, tropical rain forests and winding rivers and bordering the central highlands, the two regions contains a number of attractions peruse. The town of Kitulgala is famous for white water rafting due to the Kelani River, which is one of the principal rivers of the island. Located in Kithulgala and visited by thousand of pilgrims is Adams peak a sacred site located at elevation of a mountaintop, which can only be reached on foot. Ratnapura is famed for non other than its gem industry. The island most prominent tropical forest; the Singharaja famed for it indigenous types of flora and fauna can be visited from Ratnapura. This tropical forest, which is a UNESCO protected site, offers an array of beautiful sites and sounds to be experienced by the avid trekker.

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* Boulder Gardens

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$ 197

Rainforest Eco Lodge

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$ 165

Rainforest Edge

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$ 116

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North East Coast

The island’s North-eastern coast plays host to some of Sri Lanka’s most sought after destinations. From the white sandy beaches of Trincomalee, to the palm lined groves of Batticaloa, Pasikudah and the expanses in between.The area offers the ideal beachside vacation, whether surfing, snorkeling, swimming or simply lounging beachside. Much of the region has been immaculately preserved, due to being cut off during the years of civil strife. Renewed interest in the area post-conflict however has seen steady development and most parts in the north and east now offer all the amenities needed for a comfortable beach side getaway. The region is also home to an interesting array of wildlife, especially migratory birds, tropical flora, numerous reefs and of course the Trincomalee harbor, the world’s deepest and largest natural harbor.The region also contains many places of cultural interest from historical landmarks to numerous places of worship, some of which have stood for centuries.

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Amethyst Resort

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$ 90

Anilana Pasikudah

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$ 175

Centara Pasikudah Resort & Spa

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$ 158

Chaaya Blu

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$ 108

* Jungle Beach

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$ 163

* Maalu Maalu Resort & Spa

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$ 162

Nilaveli Beach Hotel

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$ 120

Uga Bay

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$ 210

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North West Coast

 The island’s North West coast, for many years has been a central local for traders from all over the world, dating as far back as the 5th century BC. Today the coastal region offers everything from luxury resorts, to isolated stretches of pristine coast, construction initiated during colonial rule and a plethora of sights that are sure to delight even the well-traveled excursionist. Numerous coastal fishing villages also dot the coastline, with areas like Kalpitya growing increasingly popular due to the diversity of marine life, including dolphins and whales, coupled with a setting that’s ideal for beachside adventure. The areas lush tropical vegetation and abundant tributaries also attract many migratory birds, with the numerous wildlife reserves and bird sanctuaries playing ideal foil forthose who want to experience the island’s impressive outdoors.

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* Ayurveda Pavillions

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$ 180

Club Hotel Dolphin

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$ 94

Club Palm Bay

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$ 112

Divya Lagoon

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$ 90

Goldi Sands Hotel

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$ 85

* Jetwing Beach

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$ 220

Jetwing Blue

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$ 220

* Jetwing Lagoon

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$ 260

Jetwing Sea

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$ 210

Mud House Anamaduwa

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$ 110

Palagama Beach

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$ 106

Ranweli Holiday Village

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$ 114

St Lachlan Hotel

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$ 90

* The Gateway Hotel Airport Garden

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$ 110

* The Wallawwa

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$ 212

Udekki - Kalpitiya

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$ 350

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South Coast

Host to some of the islands most accessible beach locales, Sri Lanka’s southern coast offers an inexhaustible list of things to do, places to visit and the possibility for exceptional experiences. Accommodation of all types are available, transport simple to arrange, with many options at your disposal and of course wherever you go, you’re sure to be met with warm smiles and an imitable sense of hospitality. The southern cities and coastal villages each have their own distinctive appeal, which draw as much from the island’s colonial past, as they do from local traditions and culture. Evidence of these influences can be found in the varying architecture, diverse cuisine and eclectic traditions of the region. Sri Lanka’s south away from the beach holds many more criminally overlooked locales, which are a window into the regions intriguing past. From temples, to rock caves, acres of exotic spice plantations, wildlife sanctuaries and secluded beaches, time will be of the essence, as you are left spoilt for choice.

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Amaloh Boutique

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$ 200

Back of Beyond - Kahandamodara

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$ 94

Buckingham Place

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$ 199

Coco Tangalla

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$ 122

Mandara Resort Mirissa

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$ 140

* Red Cliffs Mirissa

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$ 300

The Last House

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$ 1050

The Blue Water

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$ 140

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Tissa & Kataragama

The region attracts many devotees of all faiths year round, who pay homage at the numerous temples, kovils and hallowed establishments, across the region. Many of these sites are hundreds and even thousands of years old and are an essential part of the island’s history and folklore. The area is also home to an impressive selection of wildlife, which provides the perfect foil for photographers, wildlife enthusiast and campers alike. Even with the regions semi-arid climate, a complex system of rivers and streams have ensures a lush landscape of paddy, sugar cane cultivation and tropical forest.

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Hibiscus Garden

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$ 58

* Hotel Chandrika

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$ 75

Kalus Hideaway

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$ 70

Mandara Rosen

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$ 90

* Peacock Beach

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$ 85

Priyankara Hotel

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$ 80

* The Safari

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$ 122

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West Coast

The west coast covers the stretch from Colombo to Hikkaduwa. The amzing beaches on this stress are the main attraction, which include Kalutara, Beruwela, Bentota, Ambalangoda, Ahungalla, Galle and Hikkaduwa. In relativity to rest of the coastal regions of the island the west coast is the most sought after du to its close proximity to Colombo and the airport. Galle is stands out due to its historical influences on the area with its magnificent Dutch fortification. Hikkaduwa is ideal place to kick back and enjoy a chilled cocktail. Its long beaches inspire relaxation; while those looking for more activity can enjoy snorkelling and diving, try riding some of the often-excellent waves, with the nights brimming with entertainment. Other activities to enjoy are surfing, water skiing and deep sea fishing. Not to be missed on the list is the Kosgoda turtle hatchery.

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Avani Bentota

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$ 136

Avani Kalutara Resort

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$ 94

Bentota Beach

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$ 110

Chaaya Tranz

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$ 105

* Cinnamon Bey

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$ 120

* Citrus Hikkaduwa

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$ 90

Club Bentota

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$ 165

* Club Villa

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$ 175

* Cocoon Resort & Villas

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$ 200

* Coral Rock by Amaya

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$ 115

* Coral Sands

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$ 100

Eden Resort & Spa

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$ 115

Heritance Ahungalla

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$ 161

* Heritance Ayurveda Maha Gedara

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$ 192

* Hikkaduwa Beach Hotel

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$ 83

Mermaid Hotel & Club

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$ 165

* Royal Palm Hotel

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$75

* Tangerine Beach Hotel

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$ 75

The Palms Beruwala

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$ 117

* The River House

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$ 300

The Surf

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$ 122

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Yala

A must visit, for all wildlife enthusiast and lovers of the great outdoors alike, the conservation reserve ofYala is home to a wealth of plant and animal life, with marshes, lakes, lagoons and beaches, adding to the regions unique allure. Apart from many indigenous species and flocks of migratory birds, some of the favorites among visitors, especially photographers are leopards, elephants, peacocks, sambar deer, wild boar and sloth bears.

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Back of Beyond - Yala

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$ 77

Cinnamon Wild

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$ 165

Elephant Reach

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$ 95

Jetwing Yala

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$ 200

Kulu Safaris

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$ 400

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