Sri Lanka Leopard Safari & all-inclusive beach stay
Grand Udawalawe Safari Resort
An environmentally friendly 4-star hotel, the Grand Udawalawe Safari Resort has successfully managed to blend modern luxury with an eco-friendly design that includes its own water treatment facilities. Guests can explore a resort that offers a wide range of activities and amenities that are situated across seven acres of picturesque countryside, including an elephant orphanage. When the midday sun descends on the centre of Sri Lanka, you can go for a refreshing dip in the resort’s large pool or escape indoors to the games room or the fitness centre. At the in-house restaurant and bar you can treat yourself to both local culinary treats as well as more international dishes.
Situated right on the sunny Western coast of Sri Lanka, the Citrus Waskaduwa offers a scenic sanctuary surrounded by lush greenery, white beaches and the clear blue water of the Indian Ocean. Here you can relax and enjoy some of the many features that are found in this modern and luxurious hotel. Try yoga on the beach, pamper yourself with a spa treatment or release some adrenaline on a bit of wind-surfing. You can also just choose to lounge by the pool or indulge your taste buds with a delicious meal or a refreshing drink at one of the five restaurants and bars found here.
Enjoy a relaxing stay in the elegant Hotel Chandrika. Surrounded by nature and gentle greenery, this is a resort where tranquillity and relaxation takes absolute priority. On this large estate guests can lounge by the pool with a refreshing drink in hand or go for a cooling swim after a day of exploring the nearby sights such as the Yala National Park and Bundala National Park. The in-house restaurant serves authentic Sri Lankan cuisine as well as international dishes, enabling you to enjoy a delicious meal as the day comes to an end.
Known as the ‘Pearl of the Indian Ocean’, Sri Lanka is a rare gem sparkling in the tropical sun, which has enthralled visitors for centuries. Discover for yourself why the famous 13th-century explorer Marco Polo called this ‘the finest island of its size in all the world’ and experience why, 800 years later, it’s still a unique region of serene beaches, vast tea plantations, exotic animals and stunning natural sights.
Sri Lanka is home to a plethora of places to visit. From the ancient Buddhist shrines and palaces of Kataragama and Sigiriya, to the Dutch colonial ramparts of Galle Fort, as well as the lush tea plantations and magnificent national parks, this is an island that offers unique experiences around every corner. Herds of elephants pace through the sunburnt greenery of the Udawalawe National Park, and guided tours will take you up close to these majestic, but sadly endangered creatures. Sri Lanka is home to a great variety of wildlife and you can catch a glimpse of crocodile basking on the muddy banks of a river in Udawalawe, flocks of flamingos in Bundala National Park, and wild leopards, monkeys and exotic birds in Yala National Park.
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