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A getaway to Sri Lanka offers all kinds of adventures. But, to make the experience even more special, why not add on a second stop? A Sri Lanka multi-centre holiday is a fantastic way to see more of the world, in one easy trip. We’ll take care of all the details and logistics, so you can look forward to a hassle-free holiday – all you need to do is decide where to go.
Small-but-mighty Sri Lanka boasts all sorts of attractions. From natural wonders and UNESCO-protected sites, to multicultural cities and sandy beaches, there’s a never-ending list of things to do. Explore the Cultural Triangle, where you can climb Sigiriya Rock, see the ancient ruins of Polonnaruwa, and marvel at the Dambulla Cave Temple. Sip freshly-picked Ceylon tea in the misty Hill Country, or stroll around laidback cities like Galle and Kandy. And no holiday to Sri Lanka would be complete without visiting one of the national parks. Watch gentle elephants graze in Udawalawe National Park, or go on safari in search of leopards in Yala National Park.
To top things off, Sri Lanka is in a prime location for a multi-centre holiday. Anchored in the Indian Ocean, the ‘Teardrop of India’ is within easy reach of several exciting destinations. Perhaps you’d like to break up the journey to Sri Lanka with a few days in sun-soaked Dubai, Abu Dhabi or Oman? Alternatively, you could embark on an unforgettable Asian adventure with a tour of India, followed by some beach time in Sri Lanka. Or, if you want to add on a week-long beach break, that’s easy too – Sri Lanka is just a stone’s throw away from the picture-perfect Maldives, where you can relax on white sands. Whatever you’re dreaming of, our experts will help you put together your ideal Sri Lanka multi-centre holiday.
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Includes return flights
One of our most popular multi - centre holidays, this trip allows you to pair the glitz and glamour of Dubai with culture and adventure in Sri Lanka . If you’re looking for variety, this is the perfect trip for you. Combine old meets new, futuristic and traditional , and the bold and the humble in these two very different destinations.
Includes return flights & seaplane transfers in Maldives
A multi-centre holiday to Sri Lanka and the Maldives gives the chance to discover two gems of the Indian Ocean, where you can combine culture and history with beaches and luxury.
Save up to £600 per couple. 14 nights half board including tour, hotel stay and direct Srilankan Airlines flights
See the best of Sri Lanka on this private eight-day tour. With the help of your English-speaking chauffeur, you can explore this beautiful island in comfort and style.
7 nights half board including flights
Close to the old fort town of Tangalle, Anantara Peace Haven Tangalle Resort is set on a rocky cliffside overlooking the Indian Ocean.
7 nights bed and breakfast including flights
Uga Bay’s location is what makes it so special – it’s set on the three-kilometre stretch of private shoreline that makes up Pasikuda Beach.
Uga Ulagalla is concealed in a 58-acre tropical garden overflowing with exotic trees and plants. The resort has a relaxed atmosphere, encouraging poolside lounging, gentle cycle rides and plenty of spa treatments
On the fringes of Yala National Park, Uga Chena Huts are well off the beaten path. The area is dedicated to preserving local nature and wildlife, so each camouflaged hut blends seamlessly into the environment.
7 nights room only including flights
Located on the Bentota Peninsula, Centara Ceysands Resort and Spa is flanked by the Bentota River on one side and the Indian Ocean on the other.
Save up to £700 per couple. 7 nights half board including direct flights
Sitting on the southern coast of Sri Lanka, Shangri-La’s Hambantota Golf Resort and Spa has something for everyone. It’s located along the ancient Spice Route, so the region is steeped in culture and history.
Situated right on the water’s edge, Uga Jungle Beach lives up to its name. With the Indian Ocean mere steps away, this resort is nestled among dense vegetation, while the wooden beams and thatched rooftops create the feel of a luxury tree house.