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You and Your Wedding - - Tropical Adventure -


The ma­jor city of Kandy sits at the south­ern­most point of Sri Lanka’s cul­tural triangle and is home to seven Unesco World Her­itage Sites. Visit for an­cient monas­ter­ies, cave tem­ples and his­toric lo­cales. Trin­co­ma­lee, Ne­gombo and Hikkaduwa are other places worth check­ing out if you are in the coun­try for longer.


With hec­tic city traf­fic, a tuk­tuk ride will al­ways be a thrilling ex­pe­ri­ence – so hold on and en­joy the tour! Leave the nav­i­gat­ing to some­one who knows the roads like the back of their hand so they can take you to hid­den city tem­ples and lesser-known street­food mar­kets. We rode with tuk­tuk­sa­faris­ri­

To trea­sure TRIN­KETS

Sri Lanka is fa­mous for pre­cious gems, cin­na­mon and tea, all of which make great gifts for loved ones back home. Shangri-la’s Ham­ban­tota Golf Re­sort & Spa has an ar­ti­san vil­lage, which of­fers lo­cal crafts­men a place to sell their wares, in­clud­ing batik-painted fab­rics and wooden boxes, and demon­strate their skills to guests.

As the first ho­tel com­pany in Mau­ri­tius, Beach­comber Hotels had the first pick of the most stun­ning lo­ca­tions and the best of the beaches when choos­ing to place its hotels. We now have a choice of eight individual and ex­cep­tional hotels on the is­land, all lo­cated right on the beach. We’ve got ev­ery­thing from in­dul­gent lux­ury to su­perb all in­clu­sive op­tions. For honey­moon­ers all of our re­sorts of­fer a range of su­perb hon­ey­moon dis­counts and treats for you when you ar­rive. And if you are look­ing to get mar­ried abroad all of our hotels guar­an­tee just one wed­ding a day. Fly Air Mau­ri­tius and ar­rive on hol­i­day re­laxed and re­freshed. En­joy the friendly, wel­com­ing on­board Mau­ri­tian hospitality, take ad­van­tage of the ex­cel­lent in-flight fa­cil­i­ties and for a treat up­grade to the su­perb Busi­ness Class and set­tle in to your own spa­cious lie-flat co­coon seat.

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