New direct flights from southern Maldives give easy access to Sri-Lanka add-on tours

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New direct flights from southern Maldives give easy access to Sri-Lanka add-on tours

“A stunning range of Sri Lanka add-on tours is now accessible from some of the more remote southern Maldives resorts by direct flight,” says the team at Planet Dive Holidays.

Gan International Airport is only a five-minute boat-ride away, for example, from the exclusive Shangri-La's Villingili Resort & Spa where a week including flights will cost from £2900 per person sharing.
The cultural and wildlife add-ons include, but are not limited to, the following:
  • a nine-day luxury vintage train journey visiting Sri Lanka's famous temples and tea plantations priced at £3465 per person
  • family adventure tours with exciting canyoning and white-water rafting adventures as well as unique turtle and elephant encounters from £1860 per person
  • tours to explore the cultural highlights of this amazing country including accommodation in an eco mudhouse and a treehouse from £2143 for a 10-day tour
Planet Dive Holidays says that the options are endless, and an add-on tour to explore this exquisite country is the perfect accompaniment to a dive holiday in the Maldives.



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