Luxury Sri Lanka
Spend 7 blissful nights at the lavish Centara Ceysands Resort Sri Lanka. This package includes direct flights with Sri Lankan Airlines, 30kg hold luggage, private transfers and All Inclusive board basis
Sri Lanka is blessed with a 1,330km coastline comprised of white sandy beaches and rocky bays lined with coconut palms. The tranquil, sapphire-blue waters of the Indian Ocean have a perfect average temperature of 27 degrees. Diving and snorkelling are popular as coral reefs encircle the island. Sri Lanka also contains an astonishing seven UNESCO World Heritage Sites within its compact shores.
Centara Ceysands Resort - 7 nights - Staying in a Superior Room
Located on Bentota peninsula Centara Ceysands Resort & Spa Sri Lanka enjoys a superb location with the Bentota River on one side and the Indian Ocean on the other, ensuring dreamy views from most areas of the resort, and offering a natural environment along with a wide range of facilities and activities. The resort is accessed by a short boat ride across the lagoon from a departure point a few minutes to Aluthgama station, and river and ocean boat trips are a major attraction. Start creating your list of holiday experiences in anticipation to discover a destination abundant in activities, scenic landscapes and natural wonders.
This package includes our new THG Safeguard Policy. This includes complimentary airport lounge*, private transfers at resort, carefully selected covid-friendly properties, low deposits, later balance due dates and flexible holiday cancellation terms**.
2020 & 2021 departure prices (per person):
November From £1199
December From £1199
January From £1449
February From £1419
March From £1359
April From £1339
May From £1339
Total Price: £2398 Deposit: £125pp
Includes: Flights, Transfers, Accommodation
Departs: London Heathrow
Sri Lanka is blessed with a 1,330km coastline comprised of white sandy beaches and rocky bays lined with coconut palms. The tranquil, sapphire-blue waters of the Indian Ocean have a perfect average temperature of 27 degrees. Diving and snorkelling are popular as coral reefs encircle the island.
Sri Lanka contains an astonishing seven UNESCO World Heritage Sites within its compact shores. The most intriguing and popular World Heritage site is Sigiriya dubbed "the eighth wonder of the world". The rock face was covered with sensual frescoes of celestial maidens, described as the world’s largest picture galleries. A World Heritage Site of a different era is the Dutch Fort of Galle, considered the best-preserved fort in South Asia. With 14 massive bastons, a grid system of streets and some original Dutch bungalows, the fort bustles with life as it did when Galle was the main passenger port. It is one of the most unique attractions in Sri Lanka.
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