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Negombo beach is one of the most popular locations to tie the knot in Sri Lanka. Set amidst idyllic shores, this is the perfect place to have an enchanting beach wedding complete with a magical ambience created with fireworks, live music, and brilliant decor.
The sand beneath your feet, your hands in the hands of your loved one as the beautiful sunset graces the occasion with beautiful hues. Is there a better way to get married than a barefoot wedding on the beach at sunset? At Barefoot beach you can choose a dedicated area for your wedding. Whether a religious ceremony or a traditional Sri Lankan wedding, experience drummers, dancers, an elephant and the abundance of nature.
Located on a beautiful peninsula, Kalutara Beach is an ideal location for a posh beach wedding. Surrounded by vibrant gardens and a private beach fringed with palm trees, contemporary architecture & top-notch cuisine, it is easily one of the most sought after destination wedding venues in Sri Lanka.
Although not a beach, it is still a beautiful city set atop a plateau overlooking the blue seas. Exchange vows outdoors in beautifully landscaped gardens, with the river and mountain range as your witnesses. Sri Lankan traditional drummers, decorative oil lamps around the venue, traditionally dressed ushers and a romantic boat ride for the couple will give your special day a distinctive touch!
Here’s a great itinerary for you to plan with your girls at your bachelorette party! Lounge around at Negombo beach one day, head over to Kalpitiya for a fun time, playing various water sports like kite surfing, snorkelling, dolphin watching, scuba diving, and by night head over to Unawtuna to party at some cool night clubs.
Hikkaduwa, arguably Sri Lanka's hottest party spot, is the best location to plan your bachelor party in Sri Lanka. A place where the partying never stops and drums will keep you on your feet through the night till dawn. You can rent a private villa with your buds, rent bikes and ride out to the beach to where the popular clubs are.
Spend the day in downtown Colombo visiting the the Gangaramya Temple with innumerable Buddha idols of all sizes and colours. Near this temple is the beautiful Beira Lake. A really nice and peaceful place to sit and have a sightseeing break, with crazy green coloured water!
A fairy-tale train ride considered to be one of the most scenic rides in the world, brings you to Ella, a charming hill station. Once here, take easy-going walks through tea plantations to temples, waterfalls and viewpoints. Taste some of Sri Lanka’s best home-cooked food and a reviving hot cuppa.
Descend more than 2000 meters from Adams Peak along the Kelani River as your raft bounces down the gushing waters and you get splashed. A great jungle rafting experience, perfect for the adventurous ones in your wedding troupe.
The rock fortress of Sigiriya is possibly one of the most impressive sights in Sri Lanka. Climb to the top of this UNESCO World Heritage site to admire the breath-taking view, ancient ruins, lakes and structures on this uniquely shaped rock.
Located 65 kms. south of Colombo, Bentota is a haven for scuba divers and snorkelers. The town features many quality dive centres. Other watersports options like wind surfing, canoeing, jet skiing, surfing, etc are also aplenty. There's also the opportunity to go dolphin and whale watching.
Located 125 kms. south of Colombo, Galle (pronounced Gawl) is Sri Lanka's main port. The city was built by the Portuguese in the 16th century and later fortified by the Dutch in the 17th century.
About 35 kms. from Galle is the fishing village of Weligama. The fishermen here use a unique style of fishing perched atop stilts. This is the only place in the world to experience this.