Sri Lanka opens its shores to Indian tourists

 Sri Lanka opens its shores to Indian tourists

The natural beauty of Sri Lanka beckons tourists from across the globe

Team L&M

Sri Lanka has opened its shores to the fully-vaccinated international Indian tourists. The national carrier SriLankan Airlines is also set to increase its connectivity and flight frequencies between Indian cities and Colombo.


Cape Weligama

Resplendent Ceylon invites Indian guests to experience its benchmark luxury hospitality and services. Its three resorts Ceylon Tea Trails, Cape Weligama and Wild Coast Tented Lodge have specially-curated travel packages under the ‘Tea, Sea and Safari’ journeys. Thoughtfully conceptualised, these give an insight into the cultural, natural, and culinary heritage of the destination.


Ceylon Tea Trails

Authentic experiences merged with luxurious accommodation promise utmost privacy during the stay — from restored colonial era bungalows at Ceylon Tea Trails amid tea plantations, to expansive cliff-top villas and suites overlooking the sea at Cape Weligama, and spectacular cocoon tents at Wild Coast Tented Lodge that redefine ‘safari’ as a holistic wilderness experience.

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Wild Coast Tented Lodge

“We’re confident this positive step by Sri Lanka Tourism will facilitate seamless travel between our neighbouring countries in the coming months. India is an important market for us and we are delighted to invite discerning Indian travellers to experience our resorts,” says Malik Fernando, Managing Director, Resplendent Ceylon.

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