Connaissance De Ceylan in partnership with Hidden Trails Sri Lanka have opened up Sri Lanka to Australian tourists with an itinerary showcasing the best of the island.
“Sri Lanka’s – The Amazing Adventure” was put together recognizing the Australian holidaymakers love for beaches, taste for local foods, a sense of adventure and connecting with local communities.
The 16 night / 17 day itinerary is ideally suited to escape the Australian winter but can be easily adapted to cater for singles, couples, families or groups wanting to travel anytime of the year.
In line with the Australian sense of fun and love of music, a group of 21 Australians are currently travelling around Sri Lanka learning to play the Ukulele while they travel from location to location.
The group during their holiday on October 28, Saturday will be visiting a local school, performing for the children and donating their instruments to the local school.
Tour Leader Stewart Kreltszheim who was born in Kandy and now lives in Regional Victoria says “we are constantly putting on additional tours to cater for the ever-increasing demand by Aussies to visit the country”.
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