To anybody who has never visited Sri Lanka, it is a truly unbelievable experience that will not be forgotten. Whether hardened traveller or honeymooner, Sri Lanka's appeal is very special. It is a place that visitors return to time and time again.
Brentford, UK (PRWEB) October 7, 2009
As travel bookings for Sri Lanka start to rise again, leading independent specialist Senses Holidays is encouraging uptake with the introduction of luxury break deals for this winter.
An upturn in tourism bookings is the most positive indicator yet that the beautiful Indian Ocean island of Sri Lanka has returned to its paradise island status after three decades of war and internal troubles.
Sri Lankan President Mahinda Rajapaksa has already declared 2011 as "Visit Sri Lanka Year" with a heavy marketing campaign to support the new tourism initiatives, but it appears that the visitors could be returning sooner than anticipated as bookings for early 2010 are looking brighter by the day.
Independent Indian Ocean travel specialist Senses Holidays are doing their fair share to bring the market back by launching some very special offers for holidays in Sri Lanka on their recently-launched website at http://www.sensesholidays.co.uk
Bargains on offer include a 7 night all inclusive stay at the 5 star Royal Palms Beach Hotel from £799pp sharing a double room
Those looking for a spa experience of pure indulgence may prefer 7 nights at the 5*
Jetwing Light House Hotel & Spar available from £757pp for two sharing on a B&B basis 7 nights/ 8 days.
Both offers are valid 15th November 2009. The website also features special deals for holidays to Malaysia, Kerala and the Maldives, all of which are available for a limited period.
"We are delighted to be able to provide these special deals to Sri Lanka at a time when this beautiful island is enjoying a return to normality" explains Senses Managing Director Prabath Hewagama. "To anybody who has never visited Sri Lanka, it is a truly unbelievable experience that will not be forgotten. Whether hardened traveller or honeymooner, Sri Lanka's appeal is very special. It is a place that visitors return to time and time again."