Luxury culture holiday in Sri Lanka
Price is per person based on 2 people sharing, B&B accommodation, internal transfers, airport transfers, entrance tickets for all culture sites and national park with safari jeep hire. Tour can be tailored to time availability and other interests.
Description of Luxury culture holiday in Sri Lanka
This trip can be tailor-made to suit your time & duration of travel, special request and interests. Sri Lanka being a tropical country, throughout the year is good for traveling.
7 Reviews of Luxury culture holiday in Sri Lanka
4 out of 5 stars
Reviewed on 06 Jun 2017 by Smita ShahThe most memorable was visiting Anuradhapura with my excellent guide Kapil and the Buddhist Temples during Vesak Poya (one of the main Buddhist holidays celebrating the birth, enlightenment and death of the Buddha) with serene Sri Lankan pilgrims all dressed in white and poya lanterns lining the roads floating in the breeze - truly magical. Read full review
Reviewed on 14 Jul 2015 by Cath ErringtonI would rate it very highly, great experiences, well organised, we felt very wwell looked after and entertained the whole time. Read full review
Reviewed on 02 Jun 2014 by Karen PedersenI booked with Jith, who helped in every way he could, to make it a great trip, in particular when we had to change flights and plan. His driver, Upali, was wonderful and made sure that my time in Sri Lanka was as good as possible. He gave me lots of information about Sri Lanka, the people, history and country. Read full review
Reviewed on 27 Oct 2013 by philip perryWe'll worth doing Read full review
Reviewed on 26 Jun 2013 by Eli Hartthe most memorable part of the holiday was seeing Leopard first time in wild... it was very emotional and our guide(s) seemed like they shared and respected our emotions. Read full review
Reviewed on 05 Nov 2012 by Steven ArdaghGreat! We went with open minds and we learnt a lot and had a great time. Read full review
Reviewed on 16 May 2012 by Tracey RowlandI think the contact with the wildlife, in particular the leopard making a kill at Yala and the green turtle laying her eggs at Rewaka were particularly special. Making it up Sigiriya Rock was a personal achievement for a rather unfit late 40 something! Read full review
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.
PlanetWe try to choose best eco friendly accommodation possible for our visitors. In every possible situation we use the best fuel efficient, least carbon footprint vehicles. These are usually latest vehicle models.
We organize birdwatching educational walks for primary and secondary school students, free of charge. Where we spread the word about conservation, ecology as well as sustainable and responsible tourism.
We maintain a dialog with our local guides and people about conservation and environmental responsibility. We strongly believe that this leads to conserving the biospheres they interact with.
PeopleWe buy the service of locals who are trained as guides, trackers, cooks, stewards & etc. The hotels that we go to employ locals. Visitors are encouraged to buy craft products straight from the village craftsperson. We are not a large-scale venture and we will not promote commercial sales aimed at tourists. The aim of this is to improve the lives of the people in the areas that we visit and at the same time to give the visitor a high quality service.
The visitor is given the opportunity to buy quality hygienic food and beverages from villagers including native herbal drinks, traditional sweets, locally available fresh fruits & etc.
If the visitor decides to have no meat products (to avoid health risks & other reasons), we make sure that he gets quality organic vegetarian dishes.