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Best of Both Worlds – Sri Lanka & Maldives

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No love story is complete without a travel tale, whether it’s a road trip across the country or an overseas trip to a destination that you have always wanted to go to. Traveling as a couple is known to strengthen relationships and increase intimacy. Whether you’ve just celebrated three years together or you’ve checked your 25th anniversary, traveling together is one of the best ways to spend quality time together while reigniting the spark of romance. From spectacular turquoise beaches in the Maldives to scenic train rides navigating the lush countryside in the Central Highlands, these romantic honeymoon destinations are sure to captivate and make you fall in love with traveling all over again.

Note:

Day 9 to 14 in the Maldives with your own arrangements.

How long?

  • 13

    Nights
  • 14

    Days

Depending on the time of your flights, you may need an extra initial night near the airport. We will be happy to advise you.

Price?

Price is available upon request. Rates vary depending on the time of the year and the number of people traveling. Email us if you’re interested in this particular itinerary. Let us know when you’d like to travel and how many rooms you need in each hotel.

Day 1 to 2
Horathapola
Negombo
Horathapola - Sri Lanka In Style

Horathapola

Negombo

Horathapola is currently offering special flexible terms and conditions to help you book Sri Lanka with confidence despite the uncertainty surrounding global travel at the moment. Read our blog or contact one of our expert trip planners to find out how you can take advantage of this special policy.

Horathapola, a family-owned mansion dating back to the 1920s lies tucked within a vast green coconut belt that stretches up the west coast from Negombo to Puttalam and inland to Kurunegala. Its relative proximity to Colombo International Airport makes it a perfect base for those who want to unwind, slow down and recover after a long flight, or a place to relax before leaving, although Horathapola is well worth at least two nights. The estate is also located en route to the Cultural Triangle.

The main house which is elegantly furnished, lies within a 50 acre coconut plantation. Coconut, rice, cashew nuts, mangoes and other fruits, as well as spices and hardwood trees are all grown on the estate.

An elegant hall greets you upon entrance with beautiful terracotta floors, ceiling beams and furnished with simple, stylish antiques. There is an extensive library and plenty of hidden nooks for those wanting to read a good book or relax in peace and tranquility.

Day 2 to 4
Kandy House
Kandy
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Kandy House

Kandy

Kandy House is currently offering special flexible terms and conditions to help you book Sri Lanka with confidence despite the uncertainty surrounding global travel at the moment. Read our blog or contact one of our expert trip planners to find out how you can take advantage of this special policy.

The grand ancestral home of one of Kandy’s most influential aristocratic families, the Kandy House sits on 6 acres in a quiet village area close to Kandy.

Originally built in 1805, the Kandy House was restored in a style that combines classical Kandyan period architecture with Dutch colonial furnishings and a soft, colorful and elegant finish. Large shady verandas, double-hammocks and tropical lawns encourage one to find a comfortable and quiet corner to relax or read. The ambalama overlooking the paddy fields is perfect for private dining, spa treatments and even yoga sessions.

The Kandy House has 9 luxurious bedrooms categorized into Deluxe and Ultra Rooms, each individually designed and named after butterflies found in Sri Lanka.

Activities during your stay

  • Sundown tea at the home of an artist
  • Botanical Gardens with a Botanist
  • Temple of the tooth
Day 4 to 6
Ceylon Tea Trails - Castlereagh
Hatton
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Ceylon Tea Trails - Castlereagh

Hatton

Ceylon Tea Trails - Castlereagh is currently offering special flexible terms and conditions to help you book Sri Lanka with confidence despite the uncertainty surrounding global travel at the moment. Read our blog or contact one of our expert trip planners to find out how you can take advantage of this special policy.

Welcome to Ceylon Tea Trails, a range of luxurious planters’ bungalows in Dickoya, found approximately 4,000 feet above sea level in the southern highlands of Sri Lanka’s tea country. Tea Trails comprises five classic colonial bungalows, all of which are Relais & Châteaux bungalowsbuilt for British tea estate managers in the days of the Raj. Each bungalow is different, combining both classical and contemporary styles: the effect is quintessentially luxurious and colonial, a stroll back in time but entirely resplendent in modern amenities. Within the confines of each bungalow guests will find over-sized rooms with four-poster beds, lavish bathrooms and a blazing log fire in the dining and drawing rooms. The meticulously maintained gardens also feature sun-decks and summer houses where traditional English Cream Teas are served by the bungalow’s resident butler. Enjoy reading by the pool, having high tea in the summerhouse or a gin and tonic on the terrace.

This bungalow, built in 1925, lies nestled on the banks of Castlereagh Lake in a woody glade and is perhaps the most romantic of the five. It is also the most remote and is reached along a windy, sometimes bumpy road that passes through tea plantations where pickers are busy at work. All the bungalows have three types of rooms: Luxury Suites, Garden Suites and Master Suites, each with its own touch of opulence, and individually named after former tea planters who served the estate. With the exception of Tate Luxury Room, which has twin beds, the rest of the rooms at Castlereagh include king-sized beds. The Garden Suites have sensational views over the glassy waters of the lake.

Activities during your stay

  • Tea factory with resident planter
  • Leopard conservation project
Day 6 to 9
Amangalla
Galle
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Amangalla

Galle

Amangalla is currently offering special flexible terms and conditions to help you book Sri Lanka with confidence despite the uncertainty surrounding global travel at the moment. Read our blog or contact one of our expert trip planners to find out how you can take advantage of this special policy.

Located in the heart of Galle Fort, Amangalla’s history dates back to the Dutch period when it was originally built as a quarters for the Dutch commanders. Decades later during the British period, it was transformed into a hotel by the name of ‘New Oriental Hotel’ and served guests for 140 years before coming under the Aman brand.

The hotel cleverly blends in old-world charm with contemporary luxury from the rooms to the swimming pool and ‘the baths’ – a stunning spa complete with a luxury ayurveda center and marble-walled candlelit hydrotherapy room.

Amangalla has 29 rooms divided into four room types, all of which offer the very best in comfort and style.

Activities during your stay

  • Cooking with a local
  • Kanneliya Rainforest trek
  • Galle fort with a local

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