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In compliance with the UK Package Travel, Package Holidays and Package Tours Regulations 1992 and the Civil Aviation (Air Travel Organiser's Licensing) Regulations 1995 an insurance policy has been arranged with Travel & General Insurance Services Limited (tagis), to protect customers' prepayments in the unlikely event of our financial failure.

Visit our website http://holidaysinsrilanka.net and read more about Sri Lanka Tours and how we keep your travel services insured.

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Elephant Island’s air holidays are fully ATOL Protected by the Civil Aviation Authority. ATOL is the government's licensing and financial protection scheme for air holidays and flights sold by tour operators and travel organisers in the UK.
 
You can book your travel with Elephant Island with complete confidence and the knowledge that your holiday and your money are safeguarded.

Visit our website http://holidaysinsrilanka.net to get more information about Tours to Sri Lanka.

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We arrange Cultural, Wildlife, Adventure and Beach Tours to Sri Lanka. Visit our website http://holidaysinsrilanka.net and read more about Sri Lanka Tours.

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The Complete Tour Of Sri Lanka
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Pinnawela Elephant Orphanage:
The island’s No 1 visitor attraction is a very relaxed place to spend in the company of 70 elephants.
 
The Golden Cave Temple At Dambulla:
Anyone who appreciates art and history should visit these fascinating cave temples hidden in a gigantic rock.
 
Polonnaruwa:
The very interesting and well preserved medieval capital city with lots of that ‘lost in the jungle’ feeling.
 
The Sigiriya Rock Fortress:
One of the great Wonders Of The Ancient World requires a bit of climbing but has that ‘wow’ factor in abundance
 
Kandy:
A very pretty town and the gateway to the Hill Country with lots of quaint reminders of colonial era Ceylon.
 
The Hill Country By Train:
Beautiful mountain ranges covered with tea plantations and amazing waterfalls that are best experienced by train.
 
Yala National Park:
One of the great national parks of Asia and the best location in the world to spot Leopards in the wild.
 
Galle:
The ramparts of an Old Dutch Fort enclose a perfectly preserved town full of historic colonial buildings.
 
Beach Stay – Should You Choose The West Coast or East Coast:
From November to April, the West, South West and Deep South of the island experiences fine weather and calm seas. The tropical scenery and well established resorts make these areas popular even during the Summer months of July and August even though seas are slightly rough.
 
From May to October, the amazing East Coast beaches are among the finest in the entire world with shallow seas where you can just wade out for hundreds of feet into the sea!

Visit http://holidaysinsrilanka.net/all-tours-to-sri-lanka/the-complete-tour-of-sri-lanka.html to read more about this tour.

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Classic Tour Of Sri Lanka
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Pinnawela Elephant Orphanage:
The island’s No 1 visitor attraction is a very relaxed place to spend in the company of 70 elephants.
 
The Golden Cave Temple At Dambulla:
Anyone who appreciates art and history should visit these fascinating cave temples hidden in a gigantic rock.
 
Polonnaruwa:
The very interesting and well preserved medieval capital city with lots of that ‘lost in the jungle’ feeling.
 
The Sigiriya Rock Fortress:
One of the great Wonders Of The Ancient World requires a bit of climbing but has that ‘wow’ factor in abundance
 
Kandy:
A very pretty town and the gateway to the Hill Country with lots of quaint reminders of colonial era Ceylon.
 
The Hill Country By Train:
Beautiful mountain ranges covered with tea plantations and amazing waterfalls that are best experienced by train.
 
Beach Stay - Should You Choose The West Coast or East Coast:
From November to April, the West, South West and Deep South of the island experiences fine weather and calm seas. The tropical scenery and well established resorts make these areas popular even during the Summer months of July and August even though seas are slightly rough.
 
From May to October, the amazing East Coast beaches are among the finest in the entire world with shallow seas where you can just wade out for hundreds of feet into the sea!

Visit http://holidaysinsrilanka.net/all-tours-to-sri-lanka/classic-tour-of-sri-lanka.html to read more about this tour.
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