Honeymoon Bliss

Embark on a new journey together by spending your honeymoon in this beautiful island of Sri Lanka. Spend your welcome night at a beach resort, prior to the commencement of the tour. Sightseeing is kept to the most essential and romantic excursions, thus allowing you to enjoy your stay at upgraded and superior accommodation in some of Sri Lanka’s most luxurious hotels. The tour includes stays in the Cultural Triangle, with visits to its fascinating temples, ancient cities and the impressive Sigiriya Rock Fortress.

After relaxing for a few days in Kandy, you will embark in a beautiful journey through magnificent scenery to reach the island’s famous tropical beaches. A beach stay is the final ingredient which will make your honeymoon in Sri Lanka, an unforgettable beginning to your new life.

07 Nights 08 Days
  • Beach Stays
  • Candle-lit dinner
  • Visit to the Pinnawela Elephant Orphanage
  • Jeep Safari in Minneriya National Park
  • Climb up Sigiriya Rock Fortress
  • Visit to The Temple of the Sacred Tooth Relic
  • A city tour in Kandy
  • White water rafting in Kitulgala
  • Boat ride in Bentota
DAY 01
Beach Views of a Sri Lankan Beach
Upon arrival at Bandaranaike International Airport, you will be met and greeted by the Steuart Holidays chauffeur guide and will be transferred to Chilaw.

Chilaw is home to the famed Munneshwaram Kovil stand proud with its rich cultural heritage perhaps more known by the annual Munneshwaram festival.

Overnight stay in Chilaw.
DAY 02
Elephant Gathering in Minneriya
Enjoy breakfast at the hotel and proceed to Dambulla. En-route visit the Pinnawela Elephant Orphanage.

The Elephant Orphanage, situated on the banks of the Maha Oya, is mainly to house young elephants who find themselves displaced and lost from their natural habitats for various reasons - environmental changes due to development projects, being abandoned by their parents when they fall into pits & ravines, etc.

After checking in you have the option of enjoying a Jeep Safari in Minneriya National Park in the afternoon.

Situated between Habarana and Polonnaruwa, the 8,890 hectares of Minneriya National Park is home to a large number of elephants. However, the central feature of the park is the ancient Minneriya Tank (built in 3rd century AD by King Mahasena).

Overnight stay in Dambulla.
DAY 03
Sigiriya Rock from Hiriwaduna Lake

Enjoy breakfast and visit the world famous Sigiriya Rock Fortress.

Rock Fortress of Sigiriya - This World Heritage site - an amazing Rock Fortress - is one of Sri Lanka’s main attractions. The most impressive elements of the unique compound are the Water Gardens, the Frescoes of beautiful maidens, the Mirror Wall with ancient graffiti, the Lion platform and the Summit with an area of 1.6 hectares which was completely covered with buildings during the period of Sigiriya’s glory.

After climbing the rock fortress, return to the hotel and spend the rest of the day at leisure.

Overnight stay in Dambulla.
DAY 04
Women Dressed in Traditional Kandyan Saree
After Breakfast you will proceed to Kandy to spend the next two days. Upon arrival at the hotel, check in and relax. Spend the rest of the day at leisure.

Overnight stay in Kandy.
DAY 05
Night View of the Dalada Maligawa
Enjoy breakfast at the hotel and stroll through streets lined with colonial styled buildings.

Kandy: This lovely city is the Hill Capital of Sri Lanka and was the last stronghold of the Sinhala Kings. It still retains an aura of grandeur which has been unaffected by time. Encircled by hills, with a tranquil lake in its center, it is the site of the renowned “Temple of the Tooth” and the Royal Botanical Garden - home to one of Asia’s best Orchid collections. Kandy and its satellite villages are the center of the island’s handicraft industry and its traditional dances are the most lively and spectacular in the country.

Visit Temple of the Tooth in the evening.

Temple of the Tooth, the palace complex and the holy city of Kandy are associated with the history of the dissemination of one of the most important religions of humanity, Buddhism. The Temple of Kandy is the product of the last voyage of the relic of the tooth of Lord Buddha and the testimony of a cult which continues to be practiced today.

Overnight stay in Kandy.
DAY 06
South West Coast
Beach Views of a Sri Lankan Beach
After breakfast at the hotel proceed to your beach resort via Kitulgala, you have the option of engaging in white water rafting in Kitulgala. While travelling via Kitulgala, visit the famous film location “The Bridge on the River Kwai” (optional),

Arrive at your accommodation in the South-West coast, check in and spend the evening at leisure.

Overnight stay in a Beach Resort at the South West Coast.
DAY 07
South West Coast.
Fishing Boats in the Beach
Enjoy breakfast at the hotel and spend the day at leisure by the beach. Optional boat ride in the Bentota river in the evening. You will also have the opportunity to enjoy a candle-lit dinner by the pool or by the beach.

Overnight stay in a Beach Resort at the South West Coast.
DAY 08
Couple Enjoying Beach in Sri Lanka
After breakfast, check out and leave for the airport to meet your departure flight.
Sigiriya from the Pidurangala
White Water Rafting in Kithulgala
Synonymous with white water rafting, Kitulgala, Sri Lanka is situated three hours away from Colombo.
Temple of Tooth Relic Kandy
Women Dressed in Traditional Kandyan Saree
Temple of the Tooth
The Sri Dalada Maligawa or the Temple of the Sacred Tooth Relic is a temple in the city of Kandy in Sri Lanka. It was built within the royal palace complex which houses the only surviving relic of Buddha, a tooth, which is venerated by Buddhists.
Boasting of an accessible position in the district of Anuradhapura, Habarana provides to be the ideal base for your excursions.
Cave Temple in Dambulla
According to chronicles, Dambulla was initially referred to as Jambukola or Jambukolalena. The most significant area of the city are the Dambulla Caves.
Bentota does not boast of an ancient history of its own. However, it has been mentioned in the history of the country, therefore its cultural importance must not be dismissed.