Ceylon Tea Trails is Sri Lanka's first Relais & Chateaux resort
This elegant resort comprises four luxurious colonial era tea planters' bungalows, connected by walking trails through stunningly beautiful Ceylon tea gardens.
Why &Beyond Recommends this Property
- Full of elegance and character
A spectacular 13-night itinerary including some of India’s most magnificent architectural wonders as well as some of its iconic wildlife sanctuaries.
This 9 night itinerary, combines the discovery of the 400-year old Galle Fort, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
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Colombo is the largest city on the island and is the industrial and cultural capital of Sri Lanka.
An important and established Buddhist site, Kandy was formerly known as the city of Senkadagalapura.
Jetwing Vil Uyana is situated among reed beds and paddy fields and over the first man-made lake since the era of Parakramabahu I.
Pollonaruwa is the second oldest Sri Lankan kingdom. It was first declared the capital city by King Vijayabahu I.
The picturesque and sacred city of Anuradhapura was Sri Lanka's political and religious capital, flourishing for 1 300 years before being abandoned.
Deep in the very heart of the ‘tea country’ is the bustling town of Hatton, which is about 130 kilometres from the capital of Colombo.
Of all the National Parks in Sri Lanka, Yala National Park affords the greatest opportunities to view the country’s beautiful assortment of wildlife.
A spectacular destination for diving, snorkelling and swimming enthusiasts – the large bay of Tangalle is one of Sri Lanka’s most popular attractions.
A vibrant city that embraces its ancient and colonial past, Galle is renowned for its spectacular fortifications.