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Start this 14-night luxury family travel itinerary with a night at a hotel close to the Colombo Airport so that you and the kids can have a restful sleep before you visit some of the best family vacation spots in Sri Lanka. Travel north the next morning to Wilpattu, Sri Lanka’s largest national park which boasts a variety of wildlife including 31 species of mammals. Stay at a family-friendly campsite bordering the park where you can go on morning and evening game drives to the park and where your kids will be looked after whilst you and your partner go on a private game drive or enjoy some much needed quiet time. From there travel to the Cultural Triangle, where you can relish over traditional rice and curry at a village setting and climb the majestic Sigiriya Rock Fortress. During your time in the area, explore Polonnaruwa citadel and witness the cast of the Monkey Kingdom in its natural habitat. Travel to Kegalle via Kandy, stopping over to explore Kandy town and a visit to the Temple of the Tooth before calling it a night. The next day, enjoy a leisurely breakfast before visiting Millennium Elephant Foundation where you can interact closely with some of the resident elephants at the foundation.

How long?

  • 14

    Nights
  • 15

    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
The Wallawwa
Negombo
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The Wallawwa

Negombo

The Wallawwa 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.

Though situated just a few kilometers from the airport, The Wallawwa feels nothing like a transit hotel. Sitting in acres of beautifully mature gardens, this charming boutique hotel is a sanctuary of serenity and style where the old merges beautifully with the new. Built over 200 years ago in the traditional “Dutch warehouse’ colonial design, The Wallawwa is the most ancient manor house in the entire province and was an ancestral home for many years.

With its completely secluded location, The Wallawwa is a luxurious private hideaway whose 17 boutique bedrooms, exquisite food and wonderfully oversized Z Spa are the perfect ingredients for a relaxing and memorable stay. The hotel’s signature swimming pool sits in the garden a short distance from the main house, while a yoga garden is peacefully located beside the spa.

Day 2 to 5
Water Garden
Sigiriya
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Water Garden

Sigiriya

Water Garden 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.

Water Garden Sigiriya located in the historically diverse cultural triangle is a tribute to the ancient water gardens that once occupied the lands surrounding the Sigiriya rock fortress. Designed by renowned

Sri Lankan architect, Channa Daswatte, the boutique hotel has been built with the concept that the majestic Sigiriya rock serves as the background image.

The 30 villas categorized as Standard, Deluxe and Duplex, are scattered across 35 acres amidst greenery and a variety of waterbodies. The reception is an open area furnished with chairs affording an uninterrupted view of the Sigiriya rock. The area is connected to the restaurant and bar through a narrow pathway flanked by two lakes on either side. The twin level bar is located adjacent to the pool, while the restaurant with indoor and outdoor seating is on the furthest corner from the pool.

Activities during your stay

  • A visit to UNESCO Polonnaruwa citadel
  • Meet the Monkeys of Polonnaruwa
  • Jeep safari in Minneriya, Eco and Kaudulla national parks
  • A visit to UNESCO Sigiriya Rock Fortress
Day 5 to 7
The Kings Pavilion
Kandy
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The Kings Pavilion

Kandy

The Kings Pavilion 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.

Sprawled across three acres in a serene part of Aniwatte, a residential neighborhood 10 minutes from Kandy, Kings Pavilion is a contemporary hotel offering luxury accommodation.

Settled amidst greenery and chirping birdlife, with vistas of the Hunnasgiriya and Knuckles mountain range in the backdrop, the hotel’s location is ideal for relaxation and sightseeing due to its proximity to Kandy town.

The hotel combines contemporary style with Kandyan arts and culture, from the elaborate batik wall hanging done by renowned Sri Lankan artist Ena De Silva’s workshop that welcomes guests at the entrance to the photographs and paintings capturing Kandyan dancers placed in the rooms, Kings Pavilion provides an insight into different aspects of Kandy.

Activities during your stay

  • A walk through the Sri Lankan garden – Matale
  • A guided tour of the Botanical Gardens with a botanist
  • A visit to the Temple of the Tooth
Day 7 to 9
Camellia Hills
Hatton
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Camellia Hills

Hatton

Camellia Hills 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 central highlands of Sri Lanka, in the heart of the tea country surrounded by picturesque lush green valleys, Camellia Hills is a modern five-bedroom tea bungalow. A sister property of The Wallawwa in Kotugoda and Fort Bazaar in Galle Fort, Camellia Hills features a minimalist design appointed with contemporary furniture decorated in greys and blues and floral designs creating an ambience of warmth. The five bedrooms at the bungalow are split into Lakeview rooms and Camellia bedrooms. Architecturally designed to offer spectacular views of the Castlereagh reservoir from the central areas of the bungalow, Camellia Hills is a hotel that should not be missed.

Activities during your stay

  • Tea Trails experience: tea factory with a resident planter
  • Hike through the plantations
Day 9 to 11
Chena Huts
Yala National Park
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Chena Huts

Yala National Park

Chena Huts 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.

Chena Huts will reopen on 1st December 2020.

Chena Huts is the first boutique hotel in Yala, home of the second largest national park in the island, which is renowned for its high density of leopards. Sprawled across seven acres, the fourteen luxurious cabins are scattered amidst the shrub jungle amply shaded by trees offering guests maximum privacy.

Each of the cabins, the reception and dining area are designed to resemble a local village with rustic touches such as palm-thatched roofs fitted with wooden furniture.

The reception and dining area are located on the edge of the sea with sounds of the waves inviting guests to unwind and enjoy the beauty of the surrounding landscape.

Activities during your stay

  • Jeep safaris in Yala National Park
Day 11 to 13
The Last House
Tangalle
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The Last House

Tangalle

The Last 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. With its incredibly private location on one of Sri Lanka’s most unspoilt and picturesque beaches, this stylish villa is the perfect escape. Aptly named, it is the architectural swan song of eminent Sri Lankan architect Geoffrey Bawa. The villa consists of five beautiful bedrooms that overlook the glittering Indian Ocean or the small adjoining lagoon visited by exotic birds such as kingfishers and herons. The layout of the villa is shaped like a horseshoe and divided into a number of wings with kitchen, living rooms and courtyard bedrooms on either side of an inviting emerald green swimming pool designed to offer privacy to groups of friends and generations of families. The interior of this villa is striking; whitewashed walls contrast with distressed blue window and door frames that give it even more of a ‘beach house’ appeal. Bright cushions, vivid bedspreads and temple wall hangings enhance the cream-washed arches while large glass and teak tables are placed atop rush mats. Bawa’s influence is reflected in the cool cement floors and pillared verandahs that frame intriguing views of the sea. The in-house staff of five will pamper you with ease and provide for any need you may have. The cuisine is particularly fresh and delicious. The swimming pool is privately situated to the back of the house while the elegant two-acre gardens have grassy ‘child-friendly’ lawns. A little gate opens from the garden onto the long, beautiful stretch of sandy beach which is enhanced by coral pools that offer safe swimming year-round. As the villa is so magically secluded and spacious it is ideal for family gatherings and friendly reunions.

Day 13 to 15
Why House
Galle
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Why House

Galle

A luscious tropical garden, two acres of privacy and a striking swimming pool are just some of Why House’s many enticements. Serene and secluded yet just five minutes’ drive inland from the buzzing beaches of south coast Galle, Why House is a gorgeous eight bedroom hotel spread between two architecturally designed buildings and a pair of cabanas that smoothly blend sophisticated European elegance with the Sri Lankan tropics.

Views across the neighbouring paddy fields linger from the lushly tended garden that houses an amazing swimming pool. Refreshingly huge and stained a gorgeous shade of green Why House’s pool is easily one of the biggest of any property around. The cushioned pavilion flanking the swimming pool is perfect for gossiping amongst friends or for curling up on your tod with a magazine or a book.

Access to Galle’s beaches is just a hop and a skip from the hotel but we guarantee it will be harder than you think to leave the serenity of this gorgeous inland haven.

Activities during your stay

  • Galle Fort walk with a local
  • Treasure Hunting in the Galle Fort

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