Meet our team of Sri Lanka travel specialists

Our Sri Lanka travel specialists are here to help and inspire you so that planning your holiday feels effortless. They’ve experienced many of our trips first-hand, so they’ve got all the best tips and advice to share.

We pride ourselves on providing excellent service levels throughout the life of your booking. And when you’re away you’ll also have the 24-hour support of our local English speaking partners in Sri Lanka.


Sri Lanka is a truly stunning place and you get a warm welcome wherever you go. I’ve been all around the country and love the beaches, tea hills, rainforest and national parks. Oh, and the tasty curries. The true beauty of Sri Lanka, though, definitely lies in the breathtaking scenery throughout the whole country. While travelling by train through Ella, you’ll pass rolling, lush green tea hills.

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The first time I visited Sri Lanka, I imagined stepping off the plane and into the same hustle and bustle that I’d experienced in India. I couldn’t have been more wrong. Peacefulness and calm seemed to follow me around; no doubt a result of the strong Buddhist influence. Being an island, there’s so much to experience here. My favourite moment has to be taking the train through Ella, watching that incredible scenery pass by and feeling part of the daily rhythm.

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I spent three weeks travelling around this fascinating island and enjoyed every moment. Being a big foodie, Sri Lanka blew my mind with its range of delicious local food. The real highlight for me, though, was spotting the elephants at Udawalawe, as they’re one of my favourite animals.

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“There’s nowhere like Sri Lanka. Having travelled all over the country, it wasn’t long before I fell completely in love with its beaches, tea hills, wild rainforest and national parks. Oh, and did I mention the spicy curries? They knocked my socks off!”

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