Sri Lanka is an island south of India in the Indian Ocean, South Asia. With 1,340km of coast line there is excellent opportunities to learn about marine life. Its close proximity to the Indian Subcontinent has caused a huge cultural influence between Sri Lanka and India for centuries.
The original soul of Buddhism still flourishes in Sri Lanka and nature’s beauty remains abundant and unspoilt. Sri Lanka is known for its ancient Buddhist ruins, including the 5th-century citadel Sigiriya, with its palace and frescoes. The ancient capital, Anuradhapura, has many ruins dating back more than 2,000 years.
Hotel Earl’s Regency, Kandy (our DMC IndeBo’s preferred choice). 134 varied rooms from standard to suites, all furnished with local materials, with their own balconies overlooking the river and surrounding mountains. The hotel has business and conference facilities able to seat from 75-800 delegates, and with their qualified staff and award-winning kitchen they are sure to be able to conduct perfect conference and corporate events in Sri Lanka.
Tea Plucking – Travel to Nuwaya Eliya to visit a tea plantation, lushly blanketing the steeply rising hills. Why not try your hand in a ‘tea plucking’ competition against the locals?
Visit an elephant orphanage - An opportunity to interact with elephants at Pinnawala Elephant camp. The camp in an orphanage, nursery and captive breeding ground for wild Asian elephants.
Moulden's DMC IndeBo has been established 38 years and operates throughout the Indian Subcontinent.