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Sri Lanka is a popular destination for honeymooners, offering a mix of stunning natural scenery, romantic beaches, historic sites, and luxurious resorts. Whether you’re looking for adventure, relaxation, or a little bit of both, a honeymoon tour in Sri Lanka is the perfect choice.
A typical honeymoon tour in Sri Lanka usually begins with a visit to the country’s capital, Colombo, where you can explore the city’s vibrant street life, bustling markets, and historic temples. From there, you can head to one of the country’s many beach destinations, such as Unawatuna or Mirissa, for some rest and relaxation on the sand.
For those looking for a bit of adventure, a visit to one of Sri Lanka’s national parks, such as Yala or Udawalawe, is a great option. Here, you can go on a safari and spot elephants, leopards, and other wildlife in their natural habitat.
For those interested in history and culture, a visit to one of Sri Lanka’s ancient cities, such as Anuradhapura or Sigiriya, is a must. These cities offer a glimpse into the island’s rich history, with ancient ruins, temples, and monuments to explore.
Finally, for those looking for a touch of luxury, a visit to one of Sri Lanka’s many hill country resorts, such as Kandy or Ella, is the perfect choice. Here, you can enjoy breathtaking views of the surrounding hills, take part in local cultural experiences, and relax in comfortable and stylish accommodations.
With its incredible variety of attractions and activities, stunning natural scenery, and romantic atmosphere, a honeymoon tour in Sri Lanka is the perfect way to create unforgettable memories with your loved one. Book your tour today and get ready for a special trip like no other!
Pickup from the Airport or pre-requested location you will meet our English speaking Chauffeur/Guide & you will proceed to Kalpitiya. En Route visits Negombo Fishmarket and Negombo city.
Leisure at the Hotel
Anuradhapura - Let us explore some of ancient Sri Lanka's rich cultural past with a visit to the city of Anuradhapura. The city of Anuradhapura was built in the 4th Century BE and not only was it the first capital of ancient Sri Lanka but also the greatest, most important and extensive of Sri Lanka's ancient cities. The monuments and ruins stand testimony to the rich cultural heritage with stupendous sculptures and giant statues of Lord Buddha carved in and around the buildings along with many other sculptures depicting various court scenes, people and animals like the giant seven hooded cobra with flared hood as seen on the walls of the Jethavana Stupa.
After breakfast proceeds to visit 08 sacred places in Anuradhapura. In the evening Leisure at the Hotel.
After an early breakfast at the hotel leave for the town of Jaffna. After a 5-hour journey arrive in Jaffna for lunch and to explore the lost town. Visit the now restored Jaffna Library, the iconic Nallur Temple
Set off to the island of Nagadeepa which houses a temple and kovil. A 15-minute boat ride from the coast is the only possible access to the island. After returning have lunch and continue onto the Keeri Malai Kovil & Freshwater Pond.
Trincomalee houses one of the largest natural harbors in the world. Recently it had been a base for the Sri Lankan Army and Navy but now it remains an amazing multicultural town with roots dating back to Marco Polo. Spend the evening at the pool and tuck in early for a tour of the town is eminent the next day.
You have the option of an excursion to Pigeon Island. Named after the Rock Pigeon that colonized the island, it has some of the best coral sites in Sri Lanka. Thereafter, visit Trincomalee War Cemetery one of the six commonwealth war cemeteries in Sri Lanka.
After breakfast head out to Pasikudah. Pasikudah is a popular tourist destination boasting one of the longest stretches of shallow coastline in the world. Walk kilometers into the ocean with it only reaching your knees, a truly amazing experience.
Leisure at the Hotel
After breakfast proceeds to Kandy, while visiting the Rock Cave Temple in Dambulla and Spice Garden Matale en route. Later in the evening witness a Cultural Dance performance.
After breakfast proceeds to Bentota.
After breakfast proceeds to Galle. Visit Stilt Fishermen, Galle Fort, Tsunami Museum, Hikkaduwa Beach, and Madu riverboat safari.
After breakfast proceeds to visit Colombo city and siteseeing. And transfer to Airport
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