Beach holidays (5N/6D)


Beach holidays  (5Nights ,6Days) 

Sri Lanka is an island in the Indian Ocean with many values and is blessed with all the requirements for a perfect beach holiday. The endless sandy beaches trimmed with coconut trees, crystal clear Indian Ocean waters, and the warm and tropical year-round climate is just ideal for whenever you want to enjoy the beach. But if you’re looking for a deeper experience on your beach holiday with a mix of relaxation, privacy, seclusion, fun, excitement, adventure and an opportunity to truly mix with the culture of the country and its people…then Sri Lanka is possibly among one of the best countries  in the world with the ideal beach holiday destination.
Sri Lanka’s best coastline extends from Negombo in the northwest to Trincomalee in the northeast, passing miles and miles of gold sandy  beaches in the south coast and the deeper south of Sri Lanka.
Sri Lanka’s southern coastal belt has many pockets of absolutely superb flat and wide sandy beaches. The lagoons found in this area make safe all-year round swimming. Bentota has possibly the best beach in the entire south coast, while Hikkaduwa is recognised for its corals and water-based activities like diving and snorkeling. The south coast is affected by the south-west monsoon from May to September, so the best time to enjoy the south coast beaches are from November to April.   
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Negambo
I welcome you at the airport and will take you to the golden west coast beaches of Negambo, situated in the proximity of less than 10 kilometres from the Bandaranayake International Airport Colombo.
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Hikkaduwa
From Negambo, you will then be following the coastline to south to reach Hikkaduwa; best known as Sri Lanka’s capital for beach festivals.  In Hikkaduwa, you will have the opportunity to witness the magnificent coral reefs and the amazing tropical sea life.
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Passikudah
From Hikkaduwa then we proceed to passikudah beach.In Passikudah,you will have the chance to witness about the latest addition destination to Sri Lankan tourism after 30 years of war in Sri Lanka which was ended 2009.         
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Trincomalee
The journey seeking the fabulous beaches continues to the white sand beaches of Trincomalee, in the east coast of the island. Trincomalee’s natural harbour is one of the largest in the world, and being in operation since the early colonial era.
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Mount Lavania
From Trincomalee, travel across the island to reach Mount Lavania on the west coast, another popular destination for beach holidays, in the close proximity to the capital Colombo.
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Leave to airport