The Travel Collection has designed a unique tour for those looking for Sri Lanka holidays with a difference. The tranquillity and nature tour provides a special Sri Lankan experience which includes staying at one of the most relaxing hotels on the island.
The Ranweli Hotel is only accessible by boat and its only surroundings include rivers and the Indian Ocean. With beautiful tropical gardens, long sandy beaches and rustic, but stylish rooms, this idyllic resort has been created with complete peace in mind.
This hotel has been chosen for the company’s Sri Lanka holidays because not only does it lie in a protected forest environment, but it is in complete harmony with the local environment and general conservation of the natural world around it. The Travel Collection feel that at a time when more importance is being placed on the environment than ever before it is vital to provide customers with holidays that are environmentally friendly.
One of the amazing excursions that are offered on this trip is a boat ride along the waterways where nature lovers can enjoy the scenery and abundance of birdlife that is present in the area. Stork – billed kingfishers, open – billed heron, bee – eaters and many more land and water birds can be seen along the journey as well.
In a bid to help tailor their Sri Lanka holidays to everyone’s needs, The Travel Collection offer alternatives to most of their tours. For those who wish to experience a little more of Sri Lanka there is the option to participate in a three night trip to the Hunas Falls Hotel which is set in the hills above the town of Kandy. Activities provided include a trip to the Pinnawela Elephant Orphanage and sightseeing in Kandy which comes highly recommended.
The Travel Collection pride themselves on offering tourists exciting and unique Sri Lanka holidays. Their small group holidays are inspired by a genuine passion for travel and are ideal for people who have a strong interest in people, places, nature and wildlife.
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