Sri Lanka Honeymoon Package 6N/7D - Beach Delight

About Tour


  • Day 01

    Arrival On your arrival in Sri Lanka, you will be provided with a traditional welcome by a Sri Lanka Travel Centre representative at the airport and transferred to the Jetwing Blue beach hotel.Relax and unwind at this tranquil beach resort that nestles along a captivating golden sand beach.Enjoy a special romantic candle on the beach tonight at the Jetwing Blue. Overnight at the hotel.(Vehicle at disposal)

  • Day 02– Day 06

    Negombo Enjoy days of rest and relaxation or fun filled activities while staying at the Jetwing Blue.Negombo has always been a popular beach destination with its lively beaches which offer a selection of small bars and restaurants. An important fishing centre, Negombo’s harbour is also a great place to watch the fishermen bring back their fresh catch in their catamarans.Besides other amenities, the resort offers two swimming pools one of which is an infinity pool. The Pool Bar called the ‘Centre Point’ is an ideal spot for a relaxing drink or a light snack by the poolside.The resort also has a fantastic spa where you can enjoy some rejuvenating massages. Besides lounging by the pool and enjoying the sun kissed beaches, you will have the opportunity of indulging in various activities during your stay at the resort. Savour the natural splendour of the exotic town of Negombo while exploring its legendary seafood delicacies in the large number of beach side restaurants, which are guaranteed to tantalize your senses. Learn to cook local Sri Lankan delicacies with a specially organised cookery demonstration at the resort.Enjoy an escorted walking tour of the town and the fishing village. You can also enjoy a chauffeur driven tour of Negombo city.Other optional excursions activities which are possible to do as day excursions while staying at the resort:Pinnawela Elephant Orphanage:The Pinnawela elephant orphanage is probably the only one of its kind in South Asia, providing shelter, nourishment and care to a large number of elephants found wounded in the forests, or abandoned by their herds.The best time to visit the orphanage is during their meal times where you can participate in the feeding. After the meal, the elephants are herded to the river nearby for their daily wash which is an interesting event to witness. The Sigiriya Rock Fortess:One of Sri Lanka’s most awe inspiring spectacles, the jaw dropping Sigiriya rock fortress, is a magnificent palace- cum- fortress sitting atop a 200 m rock outcrop. Built in the 5th century by a tyrant king fleeing exile, the fortress, now rated as the eighth wonder of the world, is an astounding architectural marvel. The stiff climb to the top is one of the Island’s most memorable experiences taking you from the moat, ramparts and water gardens that ring the base up narrow steps with 5th century paintings of heavenly maidens on the rock face. The remains of a pair of giant stone lion’s paws still guard the staircase leading to the summit which was once occupied by a royal palace. Legend has it that King Kashyap who built the fortress confined himself to the palace where he lived with 400 concubines and spent elaborately on turning the fortress into the architectural marvel that it is today. Dambulla CavesDambulla, located near the geographic centre of Sri Lanka is home to a series of ancient temples which were created under an overhanging rock ledge on the top of a hill. Work on the temples is said to have begun in the 1st century and this complex of five shrines includes pre Christian rock inscriptions, 150 sculptures of Lord Buddha, delicately painted deities, vividly coloured frescoes, murals on the walls and ceilings making it the largest antique painted surface in the world.Temple of Tooth KandyThe last stronghold of the Sri Lankan kings, Kandy was the last royal capital before the British acquired complete control of the country. Kandy still remains a sanctuary for traditional Sinhalese culture with a number of important heritage sites. The most notable of these is the Temple of the Tooth (Dalada Maligawa) said to house the sacred tooth relic of the Buddha himself. Every year the tooth relic is paraded around Kandy in Sri Lanka’s most popular festival, the Esala Perahera, a pageant featuring hundreds of dancers, drummers and decorated elephants.For adventure seekers: Two Hour Catamaran Ride in the Negombo sea

  • Day 07

    Negombo- Airport Departure transfer to the International airport for your return flight.

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  • Colombo
  • Ella
  • Bentota
  • Negombo
  • Kandy

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