A Visit to Kahtaragama With Sri Lankan at Mattala

Mattala International Airport to be opened in March 18
Fly to the newly commissioned Mattala Rajapaksa International Airport (MRIA) with SriLankan Holidays to be a part of an adventurous Yala safari or to experience the serenity of Kataragama.


SriLankan Holidays, the leisure arm of SriLankan Airlines, while unravelling for the first time, the pleasures of flying to a domestic destination amidst world class comforts, is introducing an all-inclusive package which appeals to both the adventurous safari lover and the diligent devotee.


Situated in the close proximity to MRIA, Yala National Park (also known as Ruhunu National Park) is the most visited and second largest national park in Sri Lanka which is located about 300 kilometres from Colombo. One of the most frequented sanctuaries by wildlife enthusiasts and photographers for its large numbers of elephants, leopards and birds, a jeep safari in the wilds of Yala will be the dream of every green-loving traveller.


Safari is not the only highlight of the package, when it offers the pilgrims who fly to MRIA the opportunity to take part in a pooja at Kataragama. With a history closely tied with amazing legends and folklore, Kataragama sacred city is the beckoning portrayal of devotion and faith devoid of ethnic labels.


SriLankan Holidays’ package starts at Rs. 12, 999 which includes return airfare from Colombo to Mattala, return Airport transfers in Hambantota ,hotel accommodation for one night on half board basis, jeep safari at Yala National Park or a “pooja” at Kataragama and return airport  transfers in Colombo.


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