We already know that Sri Lanka is widely touted globally as a must-visit destination for 2017—HuffPost UK underscores how it’s a firm favourite for solo travellers.
It reports: “For anyone who loves to travel solo, it’s no surprise that it’s becoming more and more popular – more holidays without single supplements, more exclusively for solo travellers, more variety, more exotic destinations.”
Writer Cathy Winston says that “for such a relatively small island, there is plenty to discover in Sri Lanka – glorious Indian Ocean beaches in the south, plenty home to hotels with no single supplement, as well as fascinating wildlife, and history and culture galore.
“You can also find solos-only group tours, or small groups with no single supplement plus private tours for solo travellers if you want to explore widely.
“Discover the ancient cities of Anuradhapura and Polonnaruwa, along with the rock palace of Sigiriya, cave temples of Dambulla and colonial tea plantations, before spotting elephants, leopards and whales – one place where you could see the world’s largest land mammal and the largest marine mammal in one trip.”
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