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Interesting that since 6 June when “the FCO no longer advise against all but essential travel to Sri Lanka”, there’s been a real push to revive their tourist industry. It seems Tour Operators, Hoteliers, and the media come together last night to support a truly beautiful destination. They have their own hashtag which is #SriLankaRevival if anyone wants to follow this on social media.

Essex UK

Thanks Alan. Unusual isn’t it

Essex UK

Yes, welcome back Steve, have you been away

London

@Cruzeroqueen1 wrote:

welcome back, Steve!

Thanks Gill

Essex UK

coolonespa wrote:

coolonespa
09:56 14-Jul-19
04

Another of our partners, Selective Asia, has posted a report by its founder Nick. He’s been to Sri Lanka to assess the current situation:

https://www.selectiveasia.com/blog/sri-lanka/nicks-report-from-sri-lanka

An excellent read in my opinion.

Yes, it certainly is @coolonespa – and welcome back, Steve!

Albox, Costa Almeria, Spain

Another of our partners, Selective Asia, has posted a report by its founder Nick. He’s been to Sri Lanka to assess the current situation:

https://www.selectiveasia.com/blog/sri-lanka/nicks-report-from-sri-lanka

An excellent read in my opinion.

Essex UK

Very interesting and informative, @Tripoto – I visited Sri Lanka about 30 years ago and loved it.

Albox, Costa Almeria, Spain

Anyone looking to go to this beautiful area can contact our travel partners.
https://www.silvertraveladvisor.com/partner/193546-transindus-indian-subcontinent-central-asia
https://www.silvertraveladvisor.com/partner/869-cox-kings

There are several others so just check the main site.

London

“Sri Lanka tourism has gone through drastic changes in the last few decades. From a fairly unexplored destination to one of the most loved countries, the island has made its way into the itineraries of world travellers.

Natural beauty, timeless charm, hoards of elephants, tea plantations and UNESCO World Heritage sites come together to take you on what travellers call “an unexpected journey”.

The charming island nation of Sri Lanka is located in the Indian Ocean, southeast of the Arabian Sea. Blessed with a rich history of over 3,000 years, it is one of the most important Buddhist centres in the world.

Taking you through the architectural marvels of Galle and Trincomalee, encouraging you to soak in the beauty of Kandy’s sacred temples and nudging the explorer in you to traverse through verdant national parks – Sri Lanka tourism brings to life every traveller’s dream.

Rising above its conflicted past, the country has emerged stronger and is in the midst of a huge wave of development. Connecting its villages with urban towns, the country offers travellers an intriguing mix of natural beauty, culture and spirituality.

A country is made of its people and even though the perennial conflict between Tamilians and Sinhalese remains strong – as a visitor you’ll only receive warmth and love from the locals. A melting pot of cultures and ethnicities is in fact what gives Sri Lanka its unique identity and has boosted Sri Lanka tourism.

Despite numerous challenges and hardships, Sri Lanka tourism continues to thrive and people from across the world continue to visit this land of archaic legends and palm-fringed beaches.

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