Sri Lankan hospitality company Resplendent Ceylon has launched specially curated Tea, Sea and Safari packages for Indian luxury travellers, following the reopening of the country’s borders to fully vaccinated Indian tourists.
As the sole member of Relais & Chateaux in Sri Lanka, Resplendent Ceylon consists of three boutique luxury resorts in the destination: Ceylon Tea Trails, Cape Weligama and Wild Coast Tented Lodge.
The range of Tea, Sea and Safari packages provide different combinations of curated itineraries spanning across the resorts – for short stays ranging from four to seven nights, as well as long stays of 10 nights or more.
Guests can opt to stay at restored colonial era bungalows amidst tea plantations at Ceylon Tea Trails, cliff-top villas and suites overlooking the sea at Cape Weligama, or cocoon tents at Wild Coast Tented Lodge. Additionally, they can enjoy special upgrades and curated dining privileges.
Authentically crafted and locally immersed signature experiences are at the heart of Tea, Sea and Safari journeys. At Ceylon Tea Trails, guests can choose from a range of activities such as indulgent dining with tea-infused dinner or tea planter’s picnic lunch, scenic walking trails, private tea tastings, and more. Elsewhere, at Cape Weligama, one can experience chef’s tables centred around Sri Lankan cuisine, personalised wellness, art classes for kids, and more.
Lastly, at Wild Coast Tented Lodge, guests can enjoy gourmet safari cuisine with Sri Lankan flair, sundowners by the beach and cocktails infused with local ingredients, interactive culinary classes for kids, guided bush walks, and more.