Ceylon Tours

Decades of passion and experience drives the evolving team at Ceylon Tours to strive to always exceed customer expectations, from their exceptional guides to their high-quality vehicles, to their 24-hour customer care hotline for on tour guests, one is always in good hands with this trusted tour operator and product developer. Being the pioneer, and a reputed DMC their business to business relationships are old and strong, giving clients the benefit of better rates, and with that aspect automatically in place their sales consultants dedicate their time in understanding the clients’ requirements and tailor making the ultimate dream holiday. Sri Lanka is a small island yet intricately diverse and varied. One truly does need to fully immerse themselves and experience all the wonders it has to offer, from wildlife with a focus on the leopards and blue whales, to ancient civilizations and cultures dating back thousands of years, to unravelling beaches with surfing and scuba diving, to wellness and yoga retreats, to just sheer pure self-indulgence, this island has it all, and Ceylon Tours unlocks these doors for you.

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To shed some light and history on the company and its roots,founded in 1946 by P.A Ediriweera, Ceylon Tours Limited put Sri Lanka (then Ceylon) on the global leisure map even before the country gained independence in 1948. With only a handful of hotels and poor infrastructure facilities in the country, the new company faced a daunting task in attracting foreign tourists to visit Sri Lanka. Now with Sri Lanka’s growing interest the company’s focus is on promoting responsible tourism.

Striving to satisfy customers with their tailor-made holiday packages, Ceylon Tours Limited has also pioneered many developments both local and abroad, being one of the key figures in the development of the tourism industry of the Maldives, and remains one of the top promoters of Maldivian resorts. “Backed by the wisdom gained through decades of experience, our mission is to provide quality, excellence and value for your money, tailoring your holiday to suit your budget and interests”, the Managing Director explains.

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“Our success over the past 70 years itself is recognition for our professionalism and expertise”, Suren Ediriweera points out. “Observing the timeline of Ceylon Tours Limited, which is filled with numerous significant events, I am proud to say that we have successfully faced many challenges, growing as a competent and responsible tour operating body ready to meet anyone’s demands”, he adds. A fabulous trip is not just about good accommodation at amazing rates, but just as much about the unique experiences and excursions that Ceylon Tours and their guides deliver. “Our highly trained tour guides will assist you and make your holiday a worthwhile and memorable one, leading you on a wonderful journey, with elements of surprise and inspiration”, Suren Ediriweera concludes, and invites travellers to choose Ceylon Tours Limited for an experience of a lifetime. Suren Ediriweera mentioned that one of the next milestones for the company is the building of a hotel on company owned land on Sri Lanka’s developing East Coast, for which suitable investors are being sought. Island life with Ceylon Tours, probably the only way to truly experience Sri Lanka.

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CEYLON TOURS LIMITED
8A,Sir Ernest De Silva Avenue, Colombo 7
Tel.: +94 115 531 611
+94 112 565 726
info@ceylontours.com
www.ceylontours.com

Why is Pongal celebrated?
Pongal is a four-day-long harvest festival celebrated in Tamil Nadu, which falls in the month of Thai (that is, the January-February season) when crops like rice, sugarcane, turmeric etc. are harvested.
The term 'pongal' in Tamil means "to boil", and this festival is celebrated as a thanksgiving ceremony for the year's harvest. Pongal, one of the important Hindu festivals, falls around the same time as Lohri every year, which is around mid-January.
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Bambarakanda Falls (also known as Bambarakele Falls) is the tallest waterfall in Sri Lanka. With a height of 263 m (863 ft), it ranks as the 299th highest waterfall in the world. Situated in Kalupahana in the Badulla District, this waterfall is 5 km away from the A4 Highway.
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Can you guess the highest waterfall in Sri Lanka?
a) Ramboda Falls
b) Bambarakanda Falls
c) Dunhinda Falls
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Can you spot the 5 differences on the Sigiriya images given below?
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Where would you spend your vacation in Sri Lanka?
A ) Hill station. B ) Beach.
Let us guide you where ever you would like to travel.
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