Srilanka 10 Honeymoon Destinations in February Sri Lanka

10 Honeymoon Destinations in February Sri Lanka

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Sri Lanka is one of the most beautiful jewels in the crown of the Indian Ocean and it has been constantly gaining popularity as a tourist destination, especially for honeymooners in the past few years. Sri Lanka magnetizes tourists from around the world to its pristine beaches, clear waters, delicious teas, and a rich past of their erstwhile colonial days.

All these factors contribute to Sri Lanka’s stature as a honeymoon destination. Moreover, February is one of the best months to visit this country and hence, we have curated a list of the most popular honeymoon destinations in Sri Lanka, and what each of these places have to offer:

Polonnaruwa

Polonnaruwa
Of all the things that this place is known for, two elements that stand out are the stunning art and architecture. There are many archaeological sites in Polonnaruwa that in turn, have hundreds and hundreds of statues, temples and tombs that are decades and decades old. If these reasons haven’t convinced you to add it to your itinerary, maybe the fact that it has been honored by UNESCO as the World Heritage Site would convince you!

Bentota
Known primarily for being a beautiful coastal town with some stunning properties and beaches, there is no dearth of things to do here. Whether it is just plain old sunbathing or visiting tourist attractions like the Kosgoda Turtle Hatchery only a few kilometres away from the centre. It is also known for a well-known Buddhist temple called the Galapatha Raja Maha Vihara. For those who love adventure, this spot is famous for activities such as water sports and helicopter rides. 

Kandy
One of the most beautiful cities in Sri Lanka, Kandy is heaven for a mountain lover and in fact, it has also been granted the status of a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is a must to visit place. Kandy is a great place to take a deep dive into exploring Sinhalese culture. This city is an extremely important destination of mythological significance since it is said to be a holder of Lord Buddha’s tooth.

Nuwara Eliya
While it is listed below the first three destinations, it is in no ways not comparable to them. Nuwara Eliya is a stunning Sri Lankan city surrounded by mountains. With a lot of impressive British colonial infrastructure, it is also known as Little England. The number of natural sights here attracts tourists from all around the world. Make sure you visit the towering Pidurutalagala, which is supposed to be the highest mountain of the country as well as the tea plantations, hills and waterfalls.

Nuwara Eliya

Arugam Bay
This destination is situated towards the south coast of the country and lures in tourists from all across the world because it makes for the perfect relaxing destination. The attractions that you can consider visiting are the nearby ancient temples and the famous Kumana National Park which is just a few kilometers away.

Arugam Bay

Dambulla
Dambulla is known for being one of the best preserved as well as the largest Sri Lankan town houses. This cave temple is the main attraction and holds inside many Buddhist murals, shrines, statues & artworks that show the life of Lord Buddha. A fact that many are not aware of is the fact that these stunningly crafted murals are 2,100 square meters’ area wise.

Dambulla
  • Mannar
    While this is often ignored because of the popularity of the other destinations mentioned above, we believe it is a hidden gem of Sri Lanka and is located only a short 8 hour train ride from Colombo and rests peacefully on a peninsula with which it shares its name.
  • It is known for many things such as its serene yet uncrowded beaches, beautiful churches, and interesting history that deals with the Arabs. There is no way that this town will disappoint you, or any other tourist. Make sure you visit the Dutch Fort which was constructed in 1560 AD, Our Lady Of Madhu Church and the Ketheeswaram Temple.

Mannar
  • Beruwala
    A quaint little (and massively undiscovered) town in the western province of Sri Lanka, Beruwala is a historically significant place owing to its history of being the first Ceylon Moor Muslim colony in the country. The most famous tourist attractions here are the very large mosque and the infinitely long beaches.
  • that make it very special, and a great place to visit for tourists who like to explore new places. Make sure you do not miss a few attractions here such as the Brief Garden, Beruwala Beach and the Barberyn Island Lighthouse, which gives you a stunning top view of the city and a panoramic view of the ocean.

  • Haputale
    If your idea of a vacation is to not get tired hopping from one attraction to the other, and all you want to do is relax with some lovely scenic beauty around you, Haputale is the place for you. You can spend your time here by going for long peaceful .
  • walks around tea plantations and take in a breath of fresh air without a lot of tourist crowds around, this town is located in Uva, a mountain province which is an ideal place for you to visit. If you are in the mood for sightseeing, visit the Dambatenne Tea Factory and Adisham Monastery.
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