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“Hi! Dear readers . I was to Sri Lanka in Septenber 2008. I have for long time wanted to go to Trinco but because if the situation there I haven’t. This time I checked with the UN in Sri Lanka ( I have a very good friend of mine working there) they all said it’s safe to go to Trinco. The”
“The hotel (actually 7 hours by car from Colombo don’t get fooled by the TravelAdvisor grouping) was quite nice for a 3-star location. Not top rooms and neither top food but ‘just fine for a few days of beach holiday’. Season is May-September (book in advance especially around weekends!) when other parts of Lanka can have mixed weather and east”
“beautiful beach friendly locals basic room got a bit tired of buffet every night but most of all the service was poor. Unmotivated staff serving luke warm drinks at western prices. This area of Sri lanka will be very popular if the region stays peaceful and a large hotel serving a la carte with good staff would make a killing!”
“Headed to Trinco without having booked any accommodation. Managed to get the last room in the Nilaveli Beach Hotel (hotel had been recommended by friends living in Kandy) but you could see why it was the last room to be sold extremely basic just a fan and 3 single beds (we had one added to make it a triple) no”
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Sri Lanka is a land that is truly blessed by Nature. Its beauty unfolds in myriad ways and with so much to see, time is precious and getting to the Nilaveli Beach Hotel or nearby resorts can get a real pain. So why not take a Sri Lankan air taxi and arrive at your hotel unstressed? Internal flights in Sri Lanka operate from a dedicated domestic terminal at the Bandaranaike International Airport and fly to Colombo City (Waters Edge, Kotte), Bentota, Dickwella, Koggala, Kandy, Castlereagh, Sigiriya, Batticaloa and Trincomalee.