Meet our current escape obsession: Sri Lanka! Winter can be a little too long for our liking and we’re missing our sun-kissed tans. Sri Lanka is a beautiful island of lush green jungle surrounded by pristine beaches, eclipsed only by the warm hospitality of the people and rich culture. 

What to do in Sri Lanka

The food! Sri Lanken food is rich with aromatic spices and vibrant color. From kiri hodi to dhal curry, and pol sambol… you’ll be left feeling full and happy.


Sri Lanka is home to some of the world’s finest teas! Don’t forget to try an array of loose-leaf varieties wherever you go. These make fantastic travel gifts for your loved ones at home. 


Explore the Cultural Triangle in Colombo to learn about the architectural and incredible engineering history of the island. Visit the home of ancient capitals and structures dating back 2000 years. You’ll be in awe of the Buddhist sculptures throughout the area. 


Where to Stay

Known for their focus in finding holistic harmony, Anantara Peace Haven overlooks the Indian Ocean. Practicing 3,000-year-old healing traditions, this resort haven curates personalized programs to help guests reconnect with themselves and cure imbalances. The bespoke treatments incorporate Ayurvedic journeys, nurturing cuisine, technology detox, and meditation. 


Looking for something more contemporary? Amanwella’s serene and stylish design sets the tone for a tranquil beach experience. You get to choose to be as active or as lazy as you wish! Go snorkeling in the ocean, visit elephant herds in nearby parks, or simply relax in the plunge pool with fresh coconut juice. Paradise is yours. 

Let’s start planning your Sri Lanken tropical getaway! Trust us, you won’t regret it

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