Sri Lanka a shiny pearl

Discover World Heritage sites, wildlife and wide smiles in Sri Lanka

International travel
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This Indian Ocean pearl offers something for everyone.

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FROM stunning beaches to wild mountain ranges, wildlife to ancient sites, tea plantations to scenic train rides and warm, friendly people - Sri Lanka has it all.

You can discover the pearl of the Indian Ocean with Sri Lanka Memories, owned and operated by Sue Ratcliff, who has partnered with Sanjaya Tours Sri Lanka for a boutique tour for just 13 travellers.

Sue, from the NSW Central Coast, has a wealth of experience, while Sanjaya Somarathna has impressed clients from all over the world with his knowledge, enthusiasm for his country and wildlife, for six years.

The 15-day tour, departing June 1, 2020, will visit six UNESCO World Heritage sites and feature authentic experiences and local food.

Highlights include the amazing Sigiriya Rock Fortress, Dambulla Cave Temple, Polonnaruwa ancient city ruins, Knuckles Conservation Forest, the Temple of the Tooth in Kandy and the historic old city of Galle.

Travellers will also join a guided jeep safari to see elephants in the wild and take a scenic train ride from Nanu Oya to Ella.

The land-only tour is priced from $4356, which includes most meals and activities (no tipping required).

Phone (02) 4365-6287, www.srilankamemories.com

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