Travel to Sri Lanka
Experience a different kind of vacation and travel to Sri Lanka to feel a new way of adventure. There are certainly so many activities that can be done in this part of the world, and whatever type of fun you are looking for whether it is about exploring its rich cultural heritage or visiting the ancient temples and historical sites or even perhaps taking the jungle adventure, Sri Lanka definitely has them for you.
When you travel to Sri Lanka, you do not really have to spend much on accommodation as there are so many boutique hotels as well as bed and breakfasts available in all parts of Sri Lanka. These B&B’s and hotels are certainly modern and stylish and yet offer a guarantee that these accommodations will not hurt your pocket. Since you can have an affordable lodging, then the money that you save can be used to further explore Sri Lanka so you can get a total experience of the island.
One of the well- recommended lodgings in Sri Lanka is Casa Heliconia, Kaleliya which is very accessible from the new highway from the airport to Colombo. This relaxing country treat will definitely make your vacation so worth it. Enjoy its stylish pavilions that are adorned with intricately carved doors and glamorous chandeliers and fabrics while you cool down at its poolside summer house.
There is also the Cantaloupe Aqua, Talpe which is a beach club found near Koggala. This lifestyle hotel will definitely bring out your creative side as it uses Andy Warhol style color pop art. This hotel has 15 cozy white suites that are equipped with Jacuzzis, and either a balcony or a lofty mezzanine.
The Fortaleza Galle Fort is another interesting place of accommodation as it is a 400 year old spice warehouse that is simply transformed into an elegant hotel that comes with three comfortable suites. This hotel is definitely the best spot to see the sunset.
If you are anywhere near Kandy, there is the Rangala House which used to be a tea planter’s bungalow. Enjoy a 180 degree scenic view of the lush hills and green valleys. It is also 1,000 meters above sea level so you can expect cool nights.
The Kikili House, Galle Town which is owned by husband and wife Koki and Henri is a 5 bedroom Bed and Breakfast. Here, guests can expect to be treated like family. The Kingfisher, Unawatuna Beach has rooms with a very nice view of the Indian Ocean and will allow you to enjoy different water activities.
The Mudhouse, Anamaduwa which comes with an organic farm that allows them to use their own fresh produce is another interesting lodging to check out, and last but not the least is the Lake Lodge in Colombo which is the first inexpensive boutique hotel in the island. It is a family home that is converted into a modern B&B.