Book your weddings in Sri Lanka with the new packages the country is offering

Written by weddingfables 01 Jul 2019
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After the tragic news of bomb blasts in Sri Lanka, the country is gathering up pieces to revive the tourism industry and are introducing attractive packages and plans to entice the Indian tourists once again. It  definitely is going to help if you have identified the country as your wedding destination. Announcing its new plans to select media in Delhi was a high level delegation headed by Hon. John Amaratunga, Minister of Tourism, Wildlife and Christian Religious Affairs, Kishu Gomes, Chairman, Sri Lanka Tourism Promotion Bureau the High Commissioner of Sri Lanka in India, Chamari Rodrigo – Consul General and Chinthaka Weerasinghe, Manager Nothern India, Srilankan Airlines among other authorities.

Among the interesting package that announced were discounts ranging from 30 to 60 percent in areas such as airfare, accomodation, transport and many more that can be availed from travel agents network in India. These tour packages range from a combination of stays to cities like Kandy, Colombo, Nuwara Eliya, Dambulla, Sigiriya etc. The offers are valid from  June 10 to September 30, 2019. Now is the best time to avail these offers and plan your wedding in this exotic country.

In fact wedding planning company Baraati Inc was one of the first company to plan the first Indian wedding in Sri Lanka after the blasts which was carried out with perfection recently on the last week of June. 2019.

Hon Minister of Tourism spoke of the restored security environment in Sri Lanka and assured the audience that the incident will not reoccur again.

“India has been the number one source market to Sri Lanka over the past decade and in 2018 recorded over 400,000 visitors to the island. The national carrier SriLankan Airlines operates 123 weekly flights from key Indian cities and we believe such offers are quick to popularize across Indian cities,” said. Dimuthu Tennakoon, Head of Worldwide Sales and Distribution (HWSD) of Sri Lankan Airlines.

Hon. John Amaratunga, Minister of Tourism, Wildlife and Christian Religious Affairs

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