Famed though the ages under the names such as Taprobane, Ceylon, and endearingly referred to as the Pearl of the Indian Ocean, Sri Lanka comes closest to personifying the word “magical”. Exploring this Isle is made that much better through a unique collection of small luxury resorts developed around the Island by Metrocorp offering unparalleled experience to upscale travelers. Linked to Sri Lanka’s history and culture, offering innovative experiences, these magical places are located by the golden Beach, Deep River, Magnificent Waterfalls and up in the Misty Mountains in all its natural glory.
A boutique beach villa based on the western coast of Sri Lanka in Wadduwa is spread over 1.5 acres of tropical gardens set on the beach with an outdoor pool and tennis court. The bungalows are tastefully furnished.
Another set of bungalows operated are based by the serene Magal Ganga (river) which overlooks the sacred Adam’s Peak, taking you up close and personal with nature.
This bungalow by the majestic waterfall that cascades into a natural pool that flows, is an experience which cannot be missed. The feel of the misty spray of its force is a unique experience. Whether it’s taking a refreshing dip in its cool waters or merely observing the free flowing crystal clear water, the Hulu Ganga Bungalow is the epitome of a relaxing vacation.
Taking you back in time to the Colonial era, these fully restored 100 year old tea planters’ bungalows, surrounded by tea estates, breathtaking misty mountains, thick forests, and the Horton Plains reserve are perfect for families, adventure seekers and honeymooners alike. Built in 2003, the Tea Trails Bungalows is the world’s first tea bungalow resort. Perched at an altitude of 1250 metres in Sri Lanka’s panoramic Bogawantalawa Tea region, the Bungalows border the World Heritage Central Highlands. These four mystique tea planters’ bungalows (Norwood, Summerville, Castlereigh and Teintsin) which are now known as “Ceylon Tea Trails” a JV company recreates the old world charm of the Colonial era promising its visitors a magical holiday to rejuvenate their spirits.