Resplendent Ceylon welcomes Indian travellers with specially curated packages
Offers an inimitable range of ‘Tea, Sea and Safari’ journeys
As the ease in restrictions globally pave way for a strong comeback of international travel, Sri Lanka has taken a big step ahead in reopening its borders for its neighbour, India. The pioneer of luxury experiential travel in the destination and part of the family owned Dilmah Tea Company, Resplendent Ceylon welcomed this move by launching specially curated packages for Indian travellers.
The newly launched ‘Tea, Sea and Safari’ journeys have been thoughtfully conceptualised to offer Indian luxury travellers an unforgettable holiday in Sri Lanka. These travel packages provide different combinations of curated itineraries spanning across the resorts – for short stays ranging from four to seven nights as well as long stays of 10 nights or more.
The sole member of Relais & Chateaux in Sri Lanka, Resplendent Ceylon consists of three distinctive and boutique luxury resorts: Ceylon Tea Trails, Cape Weligama and Wild Coast Tented Lodge. Guests can choose from a range of activities such as indulgent dining with tea-infused dinner or tea planter’s picnic lunch, scenic walking trails, private tea tastings, and more at Ceylon Tea Trails while Cape Weligama offers Sri Lankan cuisine, personalised wellness and art classes for kids and more. Wild Coast Tented Lodge guests can experience gourmet safari cuisine with Sri Lankan flair, stunning sundowners by the beach, cocktails infused with local ingredients and more.
“We’re confident that 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 Resplendent Ceylon is delighted to invite discerning Indian travellers once again to experience meticulously tailored ‘Tea, Sea and Safari’ journeys combined with benchmark luxury hospitality across our resorts,” said Malik Fernando, Managing Director, Resplendent Ceylon.
Only fully vaccinated Indians who have completed the recommended vaccine doses will be considered (after two weeks from their final vaccination), with no minimum stay period requirements.
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