Explore the historical, cultural and natural treasures of timeless Sri Lanka.
This enchanting island is renowned for its rich heritage, ancient temples, historic fortresses, beautiful coastline and national parks rich in wildlife.
Discover archaeological sites spanning some 2,500 years of history on one of our Sri Lanka tours. Sri Lanka has 7 World Heritage Sites, mainly within the famous ‘Cultural Triangle’, which protect some of the world’s best preserved collections of Buddhist art and architecture. From the sacred city of Anuradhapura and cave temples of Dambulla, to the magnificent temples and palaces of the royal city of Kandy, Sri Lanka is a truly breathtaking cultural destination.
Unbeknownst to many, the island also has a wealth of fauna and flora, with a number of fantastic national parks including Minneriya, Gal Oya and the very popular Yala, where Asian elephant, leopard and abundant birdlife can be seen.
Best things to do in Sri Lanka
The Cultural Triangle
Rajata, or the ‘Cultural Triangle” is the region at the heart of Sri Lanka’s golden age of civilization.
Another of the royal capitals in the “Cultural Triangle”, Kandy is a romantic city set on a lake and surrounded by hills.
The Rock Fortress of Sigiriya
Meaning “Lion Rock”, ancient Sigiriya is one of the most remarkable historical sites in Asia.
Nuwara Eliya Hill Station, Horton Plains and World’s End
Travel from Kandy into the cool misty hills and lush tea plantations of Nuwara Eliya.
Sri Lanka Secret Hideaways
For those in the know, Sri Lanka boasts some of the world’s best boutique accommodation.
Sri Lanka tours
The following tours are private, independent and can be easily customised to suit your personal travelling requirements. Please contact us to begin designing your personalised Sri Lanka experience.
Sri Lanka In Style
Discover the many attractions of Sri Lanka while enjoying world-class luxury, superb service and mouth-watering cuisine on this sensational circuit.
The Enchanted Isle
Explore the treasures of Sri Lanka including the cave temples of Dambulla, the royal city of Kandy and the picturesque hill station of Nuwara Eliya.
Treasures of Sri Lanka
Sri Lanka is renowned for its culture and history; however it is also rich in natural wonders with elephant, leopard and abundant birdlife to see.
Accommodation in Sri Lanka
Below are a selection of our preferred hotels in Sri Lanka. Please contact us to tailor accommodation options to suit the style of your trip and your budget.
98 Acres is a romantic retreat set amid working tea plantations in the misty highlands of Ella, a small, laid-back town in central Sri Lanka.
The Relais & Chateaux Cape Weligama sets the standard for luxury accommodation on Sri Lanka’s captivating south coast.
Ceylon Tea Trails
The Relais & Chateaux Ceylon Tea Trails sets the gold standard for colonial-style luxury in the cool, misty Sri Lankan highlands.
Between sand dunes and jungle by the ocean’s edge, Chena Huts is a perfect base from which to explore Sri Lanka’s Yala National Park.
Gal Oya Lodge
Secluded Gal Oya Lodge offers access to one of Sri Lanka’s least visited wildernesses, where swimming elephants are sometimes seen on boat safaris.
Jetwing Vil Uyana
Guests at the exclusive Jetwing Vil Uyana may be treated to views of iconic rock fortress of Sigiriya on a clear day.
Jungle Beach is a secluded beach resort in Trincomalee on Sri Lanka’s unspoilt northeastern coast with the feel of a luxurious tree house.
Idyllic Kahanda Kanda is an ideal base for exploring Sri Lanka’s southern beaches and the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Galle Fort.
The Mandira Bungalows in Hatton offer incredible luxury and time-worn traditions amid the temperate central highlands of Sri Lanka.
Paradise Road The Tintagel
Paradise Road The Tintagel Colombo occupies a stunning heritage building that once housed prominent Sri Lankan political leaders.
Reef Villa & Spa
In sleepy, seaside Wadduwa, Reef Villa & Spa provides guests with the opportunity to step back into the heady days of the British Raj.
Beneath swaying palms by the Indian Ocean, Serene Pavilions in Wadduwa invites relaxation in a setting inspired by the tropical island of Bali.
A mile from Galle Fort, Tamarind Hill is an enchanting combination of old-world grace and contemporary energy.
The Kandy House
The Kandy House is perfectly placed to explore Kandy, Sri Lanka’s Cultural Triangle and the misty central highlands.
Water Garden takes design inspiration from the impressive Sigiriya Rock, located just 6km from this distinctive hotel.
Wild Coast Tented Lodge
The Relais & Chateaux Wild Coast Tented Lodge offers complete luxury amid total wilderness, nestled beside Yala National Park on Sri Lanka's remote south coast.
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