I would like to book a honeymoon holiday to sri Lanka and the Maldives?

Nina . Posted in Travel & Tourism, Weddings and Gifts 968 3 Comments

I would like to book a honeymoon holiday to the Maldives and Sri Lanka – how long would it be best to spend in each country, what are the bast regions to visit in each country – which is the best or cheap value for money tour operator or airline to book with?

3 thoughts on “I would like to book a honeymoon holiday to sri Lanka and the Maldives?”

  1. AlisonTravelAdvisor/Agent says:

    Congratulations on your forthcoming wedding.

    I lived in both Sri Lanka and the Maldives, so do feel free to contact me, and I can share information on both destinations, what to expect and things to do. There are so many islands/hotels to choose from and its such an important holiday, you want to get it right.

  2. PM says:

    Hi Vina

    How long – 7 days in each country is common, although 14+7 is better ! Spend longer in Maldives if you want to relax, or longer in SL if you want adventure !

    Best regions –
    Maldives – islands are basically all very similar, differing in price & luxury, so choose one that suits your budget.
    SL – needs more planning, depending on what you want, but it can be quite tiring as the road system is not so well developed. As a minimum, you could go to : Colombo – Negombo – Kandy – Nuwara Eliya – Sigirya, with an option to Anuradhapura & Polonnaruwa if you like history & ancient ruins. There are plenty stop offs – temples, spice & orchid gardens, elephants. If you’re wanting a full 7+ days of travel, then consider adding the southern ex-Portugese town of Galle, and a ‘safari’ to one of the animal reserves. The way it works is – you are assigned your own car + driver for the full duration of your trip (or may share a ‘people carrier’ car or minibus with another couple, if you have the same itinerary).

    Tour Operators – Kuoni & First Choice (TUI) are popular. If you want the best value for money, you might find that visiting only 1 of the countries is cheaper.

    Good luck, and enjoy your trip !

  3. SA says:

    Where ar you comming from, what is your holiday type (Relex, Honeymoon, Family etc) Maldives is est for honeymooners and Sri Lanka has 7 diferent climates and many location.
    If you want to search for a hotel in Sri Lanka go to http://www.srilankaholidayhotels.com/
    and if you want to holiday in Maldives go to http://www.AtollParadise.com.

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