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Set in Sri Lanka’s beautiful hill country, this boutique resort is elegant and chic. Built on a 98 acre tea estate, this uniquely designed resort blends well with nature, and is home to charming chalets, made mostly of recyclable substances. Discarded railway sleepers make up the decks and walls of ...
Simply put, Wild Coast Tented Lodge is paradise. Perfectly located on the Indian Ocean in the south of Sri Lanka, this luxury camp resort combines the romance of colonial camping with modern comfort and environmental awareness. Throw a daily-changing menu and sundowner cocktails to the mix, and you’ve got the ...
Imagine a private island just off Sri Lanka’s South coast that can be reached only one of two ways: a ride on the back of an elephant, or by wading through crystal clear knee-deep waters. Well, imagine no more for this place really exists - welcome to Taprobane Island! Originally ...
Located in a quiet part of the Sri Lankan jungle, the Elephant Road Resort is a place where you will see not only elephants, but monkeys, peacocks and birds along the side roads brightening up the day of passersby. Each of the four two-story suites offer guests beautiful jungle and ...
*Sleep in an elephant’s belly* Located in Buttala this eco resort is the perfect base for exploring some of Sri Langka’s amazing forests and wildlife. Visit the nearby Yala Wildlife Reserve; home to elephants, peacocks and other endangered species. The area has been populated for over 9000 years and was ...
A favorite among celebrities and fun-seekers, this palace of whimsy is juxtaposed against lush jungle surroundings. The hotel was built by visionary artist, Esme De Silva and her bon vivant husband in the 1930s. Today it is run by their daughter, known as Madam Helga. She decorated the hotel using ...
There are two things you need for a kicking tea factory in Sri-Lanka: one, elevation, over 2,000 feet is good, and two, lots of floors so the sorting, weighing and drying process can be done quickly so the tea retains its distinctive flavour. And then, when the time comes to ...
‘In the jungle, the mighty jungle, the lion is a hundred feet tall and carved out of a mountain’ We’ve all heard of infinity pools but the one at the Kandalama Hotel blends seamlessly into Kandalama Lake. There, you can swim into the setting sun. The floor of the ‘Black ...