10 Days | 09 Nights
Getting married in Sri Lankan customs is one of the most amazing experiences life could bring to you and your partner. A unique destination that offers unforgettable but affordable wedding and honeymoon packages. Come explore Sri Lanka’s unique setting for this special occasion while we at Tripavi will tailor the perfect holiday plus wedding arrangements for your peace of mind. We make your memories of a wedding occasion that last a lifetime with our full-time travel consultant during the booking process and also, working round the clock throughout your stay in Sri Lanka to make sure all details meet your requirements.
As always, we are able to tinker with this itinerary if you wish and add an extra night here and there. We can also discuss other hotel or villa options. This itinerary is recommended for travel between December to April.
You will arrive at the Bandaranaike International Airport and upon welcoming you to the country by your guide and our representative; you will be transferred to your hotel in Galle. Galle is a historic port city and you will stay at the crashing of waves, at one of the island’s best, the Lighthouse Hotel in Galle.
A day to get active with a day excursion to the Galle Fort, a UNESCO World Heritage site. Several hours can be spent wandering through the narrow streets and along the ramparts, browsing through art galleries, and sipping lime sodas on the verandah of Fort Printers hotel is a very charming experience. The Fort houses about 300 homes and has an old-world feel, still remains with its well-preserved bastions, public buildings, churches, lighthouses, and a museum to explore the heritage better.
Today morning you will do a tour of the legendary gardens of Lunuganga, a work of art in itself. The gardens host a guided tour about the garden its owner and its specialty of it after this refreshing touch with nature, you will head off to Madu River for a boat trip. The boat trip along Madu river showcases several riverine islands each known for their specialties like Cinnamon, a temple, and so on. After the river safari with the turtle conservation project and in here you will learn about the island’s turtles, and how they are being conserved in Ahangama.
Relax and enjoy the hotel facilities at the Light House Galle. We also recommend a Bridal Spa Treatment at the hotel’s Balinese Spa, and feel your best on your Wedding Day.
After breakfast, we recommend meeting your wedding planner /coordinator at the hotel for a run-through of the ceremony to go over each aspect of the ceremony, from the processional to the recessional. There's no rule that says you must have a wedding rehearsal.
A simple ceremony of colorful rituals or make it extra special with your family joining you today for the Big moment to experience colorful rituals and vows, rows of burning oil lamps, threads of fragrant white jasmine flowers draped over a garden wedding arch. Simple and Stylish… and more! the Kandyan dancers and drummers on the side for those vibrant images will take you through this amazing experience in style. A romantic candlelit dinner with cocktails for the bride and groom awaits this evening.
Today we take an extra focus on unwinding and relaxing by just bending towards the spiritual through a Yoga session in the morning hours, and then later in the day through slow pace experience with a tea estate visit to a lesser-known tea plantation and factory not far from Galle and take a trip through tea production from the plantation's pathways to leaf processing. Hear of the intricacies of tea growth, and its history in Sri Lanka, and look out for plants and wildlife such as peacocks, lemongrass, and versatile jackfruit.
This day you will take an excursion to the elephant paradise in Sri Lanka the Udawalawe National Park for a private jeep safari. At the park, you will be able to see plenty of herds of gentle giants roaming free around and about. If time permits optionally, you can also visit the elephant transit home in Udawalawe before you return to the hotel for an overnight stay in Galle.
During the months of December to April, the warm waters of Sri Lanka in the west to south stretch out along a great arc of sunny coastline from Bentota to Hambantota, and makes it’s one the best hot spots to experience the world’s largest mammal, the Blue Whale, along with many other species of whales and dolphins. Rice early morning with a picnic breakfast pack to head south to Mirrisa, where you will get on a boat for this rewording experience on a Sri Lanka journey. You also have the option to make it more personal with a private sailing cruise at extra cost. By midday return to the hotel for much-needed relaxation time by the poolside and pack up for your departure on the next day.
After breakfast transfer to airport for the departure transfer
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