Honeymoon in Sri Lanka

Ten day tailor made honeymoon in Sri Lanka conjuring lots of included and optional tours and activities as well as a good choice of accommodation and romantic settings.
Dambale Resort Sigiriya rock fortress Ancient ruins of Polonnaruwa Dambulla Cave Temple Mathale Spice Gardens Temple of the Tooth Relic, Kandy Train ride to NuwaraEliya tea plantations Hakgala Botanical Gardens Safari camping in Yala National Park Unawatuna beach break Galle Fort tour
£890 excluding flights
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An exclusive honeymoon experience in Sri Lanka from UK £ 890 per person with overnight stays at handpicked hotels.
All breakfasts, two dinners and entrance fees to all sites and scheduled activities included with a dedicated chauffeur.
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Description of Honeymoon in Sri Lanka

This is one holiday in Sri Lanka that you’re going to want to get right. Honeymoons should always be memorable, for all the right reasons, and we think this particular 10 day tour has got all the makings of an absolute classic.

The blend of adventure and those exciting exclusive touches are what makes this honeymoon stand out from the crowd with beaches, countryside and cultural heritage sites all helping to provide the perfect match between relaxation, romance and adventure.

Starting off at some of Sri Lanka’s most iconic landmarks allows your honeymoon to hit the ground running with the rock fortress of Sigiriya and the city of Polonnaruwa providing just a couple of ‘must see’ sites to add to a tailor made ten day itinerary. Moving on you’ll be invited to discover the Dambulla Cave Temple and the Mathale Spice Gardens before heading to the centrally-located city of Kandy where the Temple of the Tooth sparks cultural wisdom and beautifully decorated bungalow accommodation. Head off next into the cooler climes of NuwaraEliya where botanical gardens and candle-lit dinners await. After sampling the peace and tranquillity of Sri Lanka’s tea plantations it’s time to go wild on your honeymoon as you go on safari in Yala National Park where you’ll stay in a tent and watch the stars after days spent observing elephants, big cats and wonderfully exotic species of bird. After the excitement of a Sri Lanka safari it’s time to take your tent to the beach as you spend a night on the sandy shores of southern Sri Lanka where the popular resort of Unawatuna, overlooking the Indian Ocean, provides the perfect environment for couples looking to rest and play.

This honeymoon in Sri Lanka is exactly what you’re looking for with the right mix of relaxation and activity, culture and nature, concocting a happy ever after experience on southeast Asia's tea-drop isle.


Price information

£890 excluding flights
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An exclusive honeymoon experience in Sri Lanka from UK £ 890 per person with overnight stays at handpicked hotels.
All breakfasts, two dinners and entrance fees to all sites and scheduled activities included with a dedicated chauffeur.
Make enquiry

Departure information

This trip can be tailor made throughout the year to suit your requirements

Holiday information

Dietary requirements:
We can cater for vegetarian and vegan diets.


2 Reviews of Honeymoon in Sri Lanka

4 out of 5 stars

Reviewed on 30 Aug 2018 by

1. What was the most memorable or exciting part of your holiday?

Sri Lanka is a most beautiful and exciting country. We were amazed by the variety and depth of what we were able to see during our time in Sri Lanka.

2. What tips would you give other travellers booking this holiday?

Know that your driver/guide might not be great at English (ours wasn't) and it will therefore be difficult to communicate. Do your own research before you go,
because your guide is more of a driver than a guide.

3. Did you feel that your holiday benefited local people, reduced environmental impacts or supported conservation?

Yes, local people were supported and benefited. Some of the hotels, however, used lots and lots of plastic bottles and not reusable containers.

4. Finally, how would you rate your holiday overall?


Read the operator's response here:

Many thanks for your wonderful review and the valuable recommendations. I am really happy to hear that you have enjoyed your vacation. I shared your valuable comments and recommendations with the tour operation crew as well. I highly appreciate all your feedback, and we will carefully check all the details through with our team so that we can avoid similar problems in the future!

Our ultimate purpose is to minimize the negative impacts to the environment. We strive to ensure that all our travelers from 2020 do not use disposable plastic bottles at our destination. We started to convince accommodations to have refill stations available and it will take a little time to be implemented.

Reviewed on 12 Jan 2018 by

1. What was the most memorable or exciting part of your holiday?

Diversity of experiences and geography

2. What tips would you give other travellers booking this holiday?

Be flexible and open. Don't have set expectations. Accomodations, food, and experiences were variable.... sometimes good, sometimes adequate, occasionally poor.

3. Did you feel that your holiday benefited local people, reduced environmental impacts or supported conservation?

No... didn't really experience this apart from a Prius Hybrid car being used. Driver / guide didn't seem aware of trying to reduce plastic or ethical animal

4. Finally, how would you rate your holiday overall?

it was okay. Having travelled in small groups in several other Asian we did not believe this trip offered value for money. We travelled at peak (Christmas)
time which was incredibly busy which may have limited accomodation options and meant that many of the sites were crowded with both locals and tourists.
However we had great weather at this time of year.

Read the operator's response here:

Thank you very much for your comments and we appreciate you for bringing us your genuine feelings towards the environment by your comments. We're glad to say you that the reusable glass bottles will be started to use for our tours within a couple of weeks and we hope it will be a good solution to reduce plastic usage.

Thank you once again, the comments that you have shared with us! We highly appreciate all the feedback that enables us to maintain the high standards of our services.

All the best wishes, and enjoy your next travel with Responsible Travel!

Responsible Travel

As the pioneers of responsible tourism, we've screened this (and every) holiday so that you can travel knowing it will help support the places and people that you visit, and the planet. Read how below.


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Eco team’s Environment & Community policy

We at Eco Team aim to re-invent the tourism model in Sri Lanka by staying ahead to ensure that our business has a long term benefit for our communities, the environment and our customers.We believe that the people, our community, are central to any strategy that involves protecting the environment and its communities.

We, more than any other tour operatorand accommodation provider in Sri Lanka, depend on the unspoilt and pristine outdoors of this magical island to run our business. Our wilderness and eco system is our heartbeat therefore protecting our most important resource is not only a responsibility but a necessity for our own existence as a company.

Wildlife and the Environment
• We protect endangered species in line with the red list issued by the ICUN.
• We actively educate our communities and campaign against animal abuse of all forms. We educate and invest in protecting our fauna and flora whilst supporting development projects including environment education, wildlife conservation and reforestation as we work closely with the Sri Lanka Wildlife Foundation.
• We discourage the collection, removal or cutting of any plant or plant parts (seeds, roots or leaves) by our customers, staff and communities.
• We participate in programmes that involve the removal of invasive species such as cactus and lantana whilst setting up our operations with scientists in and around the national parks for reforestation activities.
• We have launched conservation programmes for the protection of endangered species. Our clients are also welcome to actively participate in these endeavors.

Waste Management
• We avoid using products packaged in plastic in keeping with our plastic free philosophy. The biggest challenge that we face is the lack of an alternative to the PET water bottles used. However, all empty bottles are being collected and sent to the Balangoda town Council Recycling Center.
• We convert all organic waste into compost waste.
• All paper, cardboard, aluminum and metal waste is collected separately and recycled through the Balangoda town Council Recycling Center.

• Safari Jeeps that run during the day charge the DC batteries which are used at night as renewable energy through an inverter. Grid power is used only for an emergency.
• Experiments are taking place for the use of Kekuna Thel, a traditional sustainable nut oil extracted from a wild nut, and other renewable oils for night torches in camp sites.
• We recycle used coconut shells for BBQ’s and campfires.Wood for the campfire is collected from the area.No trees are cut for this purpose.
• LPG gas is used for hot water whileSolar energy and Bio gas projects are to be launched in the near future.


Community Responsibility

• We recruit and train staff from the locality we work in and purchase locally produced goods and services.
• We build products around the local community knowledge in fauna, flora and farming methods.
• We support community tourism initiatives by incorporating community lifestyles seamlessly into our programmes, such as picnic stops in village homes and fishing with local fisher communities etc.
• We work towards capacity building in schools, communities, in entrepreneurship, knowledge farming and value additions.
• We, along with our clients, contribute financially to uplift the standards of the underprivileged schools, children’s homes, homes for the elders, hospitals and places of worship.

Our research projects
Mahoora Tented Safari Camps actively support minimizing human leopard conflict in the border areas of the parks and the active participation of soloist clients.At the end of a safari our clients fill a research document on their own sightings and this data will be used for important planning conservation activities.

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