Where Are You Hoidaying & Partying This New Year?

It’s that time of the year when work takes a backseat and all one can think of is holidays. No wonder, as the countdown to the New Year is on already and all you need to do is a take a travel break and explore destinations that have been in your bucket list for quite some time.
Did we hear Sri Lanka just now? Well, this beautiful and picturesque country is a must visit if you wish to enjoy the lush greens, clean beaches, and some yum food this winters. With online travel portals offering some great holiday packages, and Sri Lanka tour21 itself offering some amazing discounts, it would undoubtedly be a perfect destination to kick-start your New Years at. The packages and discounts are not enough for any traveller, and that’s why this feature will tell you more about Sri Lanka tourism, what all you can visit, and how exactly you can plan your trip in a jiffy even if it’s an international destination…

Places to Visit In Sri Lanka

The country is simply stunning, and we say so as Team Allwhatshewants has been to this magnificent country and has enjoyed the scenic green landscapes, experienced the rich culture and history and the beautiful golden beaches that are a must-visit of this neighboring country. But one needs to zero-in on the best of Sri Lanka when a holiday trip is planned, and that to at the eleventh hour. Well, thanks to the special packages that travel websites offers, especially Thomas Cook. You don’t need to figure out which all places to go to when travelling to Sri Lanka as the experts with these online travel brands curate a super-customized package for your convenience.
So, if you are heading to Sri Lanka this winter holidays, make sure to Sigiriya known for its 5th century dynasty and a world heritage site, Nuwara Hills, one of the most attractive cities of the country known for the lush tea gardens, and the best golf course. The capital city Colombo is yet another places that you as a traveller must not miss visiting. While the city is all about modern architecture and some interesting shopping bazaars, Colombo is colourful and gives a great insight to the cultural side of this lovely country. And, not to forget, you have direct flights to Colombo, which is quite a convenience, you see! Adam’s Peak, and Yala National park are yet another key attractions of this country. But if you are a beach person, the country Bentota, Negombo are some of the well-known pristine beaches of the country that attract many tourists during the travel season. And, let us remind you that this is one country where the season is best all throughout the year and you literally don’t have to think about the best season for travel to Sri Lanka…

For Your Travel Preps

Ok, so if you have decided to go ahead with Sri Lanka this New Years, there are a few things that you must take care of while making your travel itinerary. The basic things for any international travel is the paper work, which we are sure that you would do and consider the nitty-gritty of it. The country doesn’t offer visa on arrival so you must get the visa formalities done well in advance. Also, the ETA is a mandatory for travel to Sri Lanka, so make sure to get it done too. Coming to the generic travel tips, the country has an amazing weather to enjoy and have fun at. So, you can travel light and get into a shopping mode if you are looking for some cool beach outfits for your selfies. Colombo has some budget bazaars and haats that you can try and check out while going for a city tour. Even otherwise, the basic summer essentials usually do well even in the winter season too.
A lot of travellers are worried about the malaria myth and the clean water concern but we must tell you that it’s not that big an issue and for your safety and good health, it’s always advisable to travel with your mini first-aid kit. The country is safe and welcoming for travellers otherwise, and if you are a solo woman traveller, you will sure have a good time in Sri Lanka.
The countdown is on, let’s head to this surreal destination this holiday season.