Romantic Holiday in Sri Lanka

Romantic Holiday in Sri Lanka

This unforgettable Holiday has been designed using a small selection of Sri Lanka’s most chic and intimate boutique hotels. ‘Romantic Holiday’ is a slow-paced itinerary that allows you time to unwind but also a chance to explore the island & its lovely nature.


Day 01
Our representatives will meet and greet you at the airport on your arrival. You will then be transferred directly to Villa Bentota, a luxurious beach side boutique hotel in the coastal village of Bentota where you will spend the night.

Day 02 & 03
Spend the days at leisure at the hotel.

Optional Activities:
Visit to Brief Garden / Lunuganga Water sports.

Day 04
Today you will journey to the breathtaking mountainous region of Nuwara-Eliya which is considered to be the most important location for tea production in the island. Here you will visit a tea plantation and a tea factory, after which you will be transferred to your hotel in hatton where you can relax and spend the night.

Day 05
Spend the day at leisure at the hotel.

Day 06
You leave for the beautiful central highlands of Kandy. Indulge in the rich history and culture of Kandy by embarking on a city tour. You will also be taken to visit a bazaar, an arts and craft centre, a gem museum and lapidary where you may indulge in some shopping. Having concluded your city tour you will be transferred to you hotel in Kandy for rest and relaxation. The last event of the day will be to witness a beautiful cultural show. You will then be transferred back to your hotel where you will spend the rest of your night

Day 07
Today you will visit the Temple of The Tooth, the sacred location where the tooth relic of Lord Buddha is kept. You will attend a morning ceremony at the temple. At the conclusion of the ceremony you will be taken to visit the most beautiful botanical garden in the island, the Peradeniya botanical gardens. It is renowned for its collection of a variety of orchids. The garden consists of more than 4000 species of plants, including of orchids, spices, medicinal plants and palm trees. You will then be transferred back to your hotel where you will spend the rest of your night.

Day 08
Today you will be transferred to Colombo where you will join a midday city tour of Colombo; which will give you a glimpse of Colombo’s architecture, art and culture. You will be brought back to your hotel at the conclusion of your city tour where you will spend the night.

Day 09
Leave for the Colombo airport for your departure flight.


  • Garlanded Welcome & assistance on arrival at the Colombo Airport. , Transport by AC luxury Car, Accommodation in above mentioned hotels or similar on Twin sharing basis., Meal plan – BB on all hotel except for summer villa bungalows at tea trails, Meal Plan on AI only in tea trails, Services of an English Speaking Chauffer throughout the stay., Inclusion at Tea Trails Bungalow - Bed Tea, Full English or Sri Lankan Breakfast.,


  • video Camera permits., Tickets & Entrance fees for the sites., Early check ins / late check outs., Expenses of personal nature or any other services not specified above., Porte rage & Tips., Any optional activity mentioned in the package, Lunches and Dinner at all the hotels except tea trails
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On the South west coast of Sri Lanka, Bentota lies on the Indian Ocean, a tropical lagoon and a major river and offers water sports possibilities that are nowhere else to be found on the island.

Nuwara Eliya

Nuwara Eliya is a cool green mountain valley, the heart of Sri Lankan hill country boasts rolling hills interspersed with gushing streams and tumbling waterfalls. It is also acclaimed for its golf courses and amazing tea plantations.

Nuwara Eliya


The last capital of the Sri Lankan kings is a World Heritage Site. The name “Kandy” conjures visions of splendor and magnificence. Many of the legends, traditions and folklore are still lovingly kept alive.


Sri Lanka’s commercial capital and sea-port is a blend of old and new. This is a city, which has many reminders of its European colonial past. Bustling bazaars, Buddhist and Hindu Temples and Muslim Mosques contrast with, smart modern Shopping Malls and multi-national chain hotels.