International travel company The Travel Collection are offering holiday makers a once in a life time opportunity to experience Sri Lanka holidays with a difference. The Sri Lanka beach tour has been designed for those with a passion for travel and a desire to experience different cultures from around the world.
The Travel Collection feel what makes their Sri Lanka holidays different from anyone else’s is the perfect combination of people, places, nature and wildlife that their tours offer. The company are offering this particular beach tour of Sri Lanka so that tourists can enjoy the clear warm waters and luxurious golden beaches that the stunning country has to offer.
Sri Lanka holidays are all about exploring the natural beauty, exotic wildlife, ancient history and tropical beaches around the Island. The Travel Collection is providing explorers with the chance of discovering all of these things on the excursions they offer as part of the beach tour.
Bird watchers will be in heaven as they spot a wide array of birds and other wildlife as the sun comes up in the early morning. The excursion takes place in a small boat on a canal that was created by the Dutch in the 18th Century making this a unique and enjoyable way of spending the morning.
In a bid to make Sri Lanka holidays as exciting as possible for their customers the company offer several different alternatives to the tour. This has been done so that people can make their experience more individual and suited to themselves. One of the alternatives includes the Kandy and the Hill Country excursion which includes a visit to the Pinnawela Elephant Orphanage which is a truly unforgettable experience.
Another alternative is the Kerala Extension which entails staying at hotels located directly on the most tropical beaches on the Island. This includes the Uday Samudra Hotel which is set on the famous palm fringed sands of Kavolam beach which offers complete peace and tranquillity.
To give their customers a real treat while on their Sri Lanka holidays, the travel company will be offering their guests the option to stay at the resort of Isola di Cocco. Set in 35 acres of coconut groves and peaceful lagoons, it is unlikely that anyone will ever want to go home.
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