Arrival / Pasyala
Arrive at the airport and take a 45-minute journey to Kaleliya, a tiny village. Spend the remainder of the day unwinding at your first hotel, a collection of three private villas located within gorgeous gardens, each with its own distinct design and hidden open-air courtyard. Take a plunge in the pool, settle up with a nice book, and enjoy a romantic meal on the balcony, surrounded by oil lights and candles.
Day 02, 03, 04
Pasyala / Anuradhapura / Cultural Triangle
Today, you'll travel north to Anuradhapura, a less-visited section of Sri Lanka that was once the epicenter of the island's old civilization. You have three nights to make the most of your exquisite lodging, a magnificent boutique hotel nestled on 58 acres of untouched nature that offers complete isolation and peace. During your stay, you will be able to see the 2,000-year-old remains of Anuradhapura, the ancient monastery in Ritigala Forest, and Mihintale, Sri Lanka's birthplace of Buddhism, which is best visited at dawn or sunset. Cycling, kayaking, and culinary workshops are available at Ulagalla, or you may simply rest by your private plunge pool and indulge in spa services.
Day 05 & 06
Cultural Triangle / Kandy
Today's travel brings you to the outskirts of Sri Lanka's central hills, to the stunning beauty of Victoria, and you have several options for how to spend your time here. A day journey to Kandy, Sri Lanka's last royal kingdom and the center of British colonial power for 100 years, is an option. Active couples may explore Victoria Golf and Country Resort on foot, bike, or horseback, or play tennis or golf, while those looking for absolute relaxation can recline near the infinity pool and take in the breathtaking views.
Day 07 & 08
Kandy / Koslanda (Hill Country)
Travel through Sri Lanka's spectacular tea country by automobile or train, following in the footsteps of the British who established this railway line 150 years ago — either way, the dramatic panorama of rich tea plantations is mesmerizing. You will also enjoy spectacular views from The Planter's House's infinity pool and from Lipton's Seat, Sir Thomas Lipton's favorite viewpoint, if you want to go up there on your second day.
Day 09 & 10
Koslanda / Yala National Park
Drive off of the hills and down to the edge of Yala, Sri Lanka's most iconic national park, which is famous for its high density of leopards and also has elephants, sloth bears, deer, buffalo, crocodiles, and numerous bird species. Your luxury 'tented' accommodation is managed by skilled guides who will provide intriguing insights into Sri Lanka's wildlife during your twice-daily private vehicle safaris across the park. Relax in your plunge pool between drives, explore the campground, and spend your evenings beneath the stars beside a romantic bonfire.
Day 11 & 12
Yala / Galle
Spend the last days of your honeymoon relaxing on the expansive sandy beaches of Bentota on Sri Lanka's West Coast, a less crowded beach destination than the famed Galle Coast. You may like to visit the streets of 17th century Galle Fort en way to your hotel to see the historic architecture and retail possibilities. Bentota is ideally located approximately two hours from Colombo's international airport and offers stunning sunsets for the last background of your honeymoon.
Day 13 & 14
Galle / Bentota
It's time to unwind and unwind completely. Travel along the south coast to Kahanda Kanda, one of Sri Lanka's most romantic hotels located just inland from ancient Galle Fort, and spend two days relaxing in idyllic surroundings. The apartments at Kahanda Kanda are set in separate villas and have stunning views and an elegant décor. Many activities are available in this region, ranging from a cooking lesson or a quiet bike ride through the interior countryside to surfing and whale watching adventures.
Now we are at the last leg of your trip. We bid you adieu as you head off to the airport after a blissful honeymoon.
- Enjoy the sun on the beautiful palm-fringed beaches of the West Coast.
- Enjoy the stunning views of the central tea hills.
- Discover the island's ancient cultural history away from the crowds.
- Take a safari to view Sri Lanka's diverse wildlife.
- Stroll, cycle, or ride your bike around the picturesque Victoria Reservoir.
- Take a walk around Galle Fort, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
- Relax at a variety of charming boutique hotels.
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