relaxing 5-6 day vacation in sri lanka

Old Aug 30th, 2016, 10:56 AM
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relaxing 5-6 day vacation in sri lanka

Hi Folks,

Me with my wife are planning to visit sri lanka in Feb2017 on our first anniversary and looking forward for a relaxing vacations there for 5- 7 nights.
Please suggest some resorts and places we must visit to make it a memorable one.

Got some suggestions for Bentota, Kandy,Galle . Please tell me more about the resorts we can stay here.
Thanks,
Akshay
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Old Aug 30th, 2016, 01:39 PM
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There is so much to see and do in Sri Lanka, it seems a shame to only spend 5 or 6 days there. If you want relaxing, choose just one location or a maximum of two.

What is it you are looking for? There are wonderful places to stay in Sri Lanka. My favorite being Tea Trails.
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YEs as Kathie said try atleast some hotel or a bungalow around a tea estate..you will not disappointed. speacially this is your annivasary ... there are 100s if them aruond Nuwara ELiya, Ella ,Haputhale... youc an find either luxury ,mid range hotel that suits you
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hi again...forgot about Galle..Benthota offer you a far better beach than Galle..so Benthota for beach another place for tea plantation for chilling weather and then sigirya for cultural..

dont use more than 3 bases as your time is limit,,I went last December only stay 9 night with 8 bases..we enjoyed alot with those places but have some regret it was a bit rush trip as we had to travel place to place every single day. thx god we had a good driver first we thought to use public transport..but at the end we changed the minute which was the best idea..other wise we need at-least 15 nights to go to every place we went hahaa
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Two of my favorites are Tea Trails and Ulagalla.

Staying on this working tea estate was so wonderful we stayed an extra night.

Ulagalla is remote and romantic. The villas are lovely and have a private plunge pool.
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