Honeymoon Places in Sri Lanka

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Honeymoon Places in Sri Lanka

Sri Lanka, with its alluring beauty, is labelled as one of the most celebrated honeymoon destinations. This beautiful island country has some of everything, be it gorgeous beaches or Majestic hill stations or the best wildlife experiences or Mesmerising scenery that makes a perfect honeymoon spot.

Here is the list of 12 Honeymoon Places in Sri Lanka

1. Bentota - For Beaches, Parties and Water Sports!

4.2 /5

Known For : Cinnamon Island Moragalla Beach Ventura Beach

Bentota is a rural, beach and resort town located in the southern part of Sri Lanka, around 62 kms from the capital city, Colombo. Bentota is famously known for the Bentota Beach, which is loved by tourists and locals alike. The town known for its pristine waters and lush green landscapes, with the dominance of tall palm trees. Interestingly, the name ‘Bentota’ is derived from Ben, a demon who once ruled the Tota or river bank.

2. Mirissa - Home away from home!

3.7 /5

Known For : Surfing in Weligama, Mirissa Whale Watching in Mirissa Secret Beach, Mirissa

Mirissa, what was a faint old beach town on the Southern of Sri Lanka has risen to be one of the most popular surfing and whale watching destination. The beach town is situated 150 kms south of Colombo and is dotted with palm trees, blue waters and colourful boats adorning the shores. Mirissa has a beautiful view along by the million things to do over here – Whale watching, Snorkelling, Surfing, Bodyboarding. The city offers the right balance between the calm days and lively nights by the beach.

3. Tangalle - Unexplored Beach Town of Sri Lanka!

2.2 /5

Known For : Tangalle Beach Bundala National Park Hiriketiya Beach

Tangalle or also known as Tangalla, is one of the less explored places in the beautiful country of Sri Lanka. At a distance of around 250 km south of the gorgeous capital city Colombo, lies the unexplored beach havens of Tangalle. The beautiful beaches of the town are glimmering with the crystal ocean, and glittery sand is a paradise for every beach lover out there.

4. Trincomalee - Overwhelming beaches, temples and ports

3.8 /5

Known For : Fort Frederick, Trincomalee Thirukonamalai Konesar Temple (Koneswaram Temple), Trincomalee Pathirakali Amman Temple

The quaint city of Trincomalee also famously known as ‘Gokarna’ is an essential fragment of the country, contributing towards the betterment and development of the district and in a nutshell, Sri Lanka. Trincomalee is a port city famous for its white sand beaches and most beautiful harbours. The locals here predominantly speak Tamil.  Owing to its long history of civilian settlements, the town is quite prominent for its culture, tradition, and its well known historical sites.

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5. Ella - Natural facets of beauty!

3.8 /5

Known For : Nine Arches Bridge Ravana Falls Bopath Falls

Ella is a beautiful town located in the Badulla district of the Uva Province in Sri Lanka. The pride of Sri Lanka, Ella showcases some fantastic views of the valleys, tea gardens and cafes while offering a pleasant climate throughout the year. The town is most famous for its iconic nine arches railway bridge which is a fine example of colonial-era construction in Sri Lanka. A trek down the railway track to the bridge is a popular activity, especially around the time the train arrives.

6. Nuwara Eliya, Sri-Lanka - City on the Plain, City of Light

3.7 /5 View 27+ photos

Known For : Victoria Park Pedro Tea Estate Gregory Lake

Nuwara Eliya is Sri Lanka's hill station famed for its tea production. With a multitude of gorgeous attractions ranging from waterfalls and tea plantations to gardens and lakes, Nuwara Eliya is the epitome of scenic beauty. Add to that the colonial-style buildings dotting the area, a golf course and the cold climate— and you'll feel like you have entered a world unlike Sri Lanka's iconic landscape; no wonder it is also called Little England!

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7. Nilaveli - Your ticket to a film style beach vacation!

3.5 /5

Known For : Pigeon Island National Park Nilaveli Beach

Nilaveli seaside town is 16 km from Trincomalee District in Eastern Sri Lanka. The town boasts of beautiful waters that are ideal for water sports, snorkelling and scuba diving. The Nilaveli beach road doubles as a boulevard lined up with palm trees called the Nilaveli Beach Road. The seas here are lukewarm as the sun shines to its fullest over Nilaveli. The shallow waters by the shore give a dose of adrenaline as you swim in them. There are hotels and resorts scattered across that are stunningly designed to provide you with the comforts of a luxury stay right across the bay!

8. Uppuveli - All in one: embedded cultural figurines and sandy flip-flops!

3.3 /5

Located in the suburbs of Sambalativu, Uppuveli captures the earthy beachside of Sri Lanka, and in this belt lies the Uppuveli beach, 6 km northwest of the city of Trincomalee. Uppuveli in Sri Lanka is iconic due to its golden sands that shimmer in the sunlight. The warm sun enthrones the blue skies and sets a dewy glow upon the seas and the heaps of debris. Such is the scenic beauty of the Uppuveli beaches! The Koneshwaram temple or the Temple of the Thousand Pillars is a classical-medieval Hindu temple dedicated to Lord Shiva. Legend has it that this temple was built in 400 BC and it has devotees swarming in from different parts of the world.

9. Pigeon Island National Park, Nilaveli

Pigeon Island National Park is near the Nilaveli Beach in Sri Lanka. This National Park is amongst the 17 national parks in the country, but amongst the only two marine national parks in the entire region. This area is protected due to the aftermath of the 2004 Tsunami, which caused a lot of damage to the marine and coral life. This national park is also known to have the best coral reefs in the entire country! The rocky island is also home to rock pigeons, based on which the national park gets its name.

10. Negombo - City of tranquillity!

3.5 /5

Known For : Guruge Park Negombo Lagoon St. Mary’s Church

Negombo is a quiet town on the west coast of Sri Lanka located 10 km from Bandaranaike International Airport. Deriving its name from the Negombo lagoon, the modest village is known for its white sandy beaches and refreshing blue waters. The town is also one of the commercial hubs of the country of Sri Lanka. Having a rich history of the trade of spices and seafood, the town today has become one of the most visited places in the country. Even today, one can see the reflection of the 'city's Dutch and Portuguese history, in its food, architecture and people. While the town is most famous for its blue waters, there are other attractions and activities such as the Old Dutch fort and the canal, the Angurukaamulla temple, boat trips and canal sailing that are sure to leave one amazed and with memories of a lifetime.

11. Sinharaja Forest Reserve - Once-in-a-lifetime experience!

3.6 /5

Sinharaja Forest Reserve is one of the very few virgin rainforests in the world, which is why it is one of the UNESCO World Heritage! The unique relation of flora and fauna in this forest makes it one of the hotspots in the world. The forest is only 13 km in the stretch and around 7 to 8 km from north to south. The entire forest has remained untouched till date due to its inaccessibility.The ecosystem of this forest has been an essential part of it being termed as also a Biosphere Reserve.

12. Yala National Park - Highest population of leopards in the world!

4.6 /5

Yala National Park was originally a hunters arena during British colonial rule but now has the highest population of leopards on earth. Not only animals but it also provide a quaint environment for birds as well. It is Sri Lanka’s largest national park with a total area of 900 Sq Km. Yala National Park attracts a lot of tourists throughout the year due to its high density of leopards, sloth bears, crocodiles, and deers.

This handy list of best honeymoon places in Sri Lanka will help you in having an incredibly romantic trip.

This post was published by Harshitha

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