If location is truly everything, the Sri Lanka Safari Lodge is, as the kids say, all that and then some. After all, few destinations on Earth offer as much natural beauty as this South Asian nation, and there’s arguably no better host than Aggressor Adventures. Put them together and you have a 5-star property that spoils thrill seekers with luxury and access to two amazing national parks and all the majestic wildlife that calls this country home.
Located on the Kala Oya River, the Lodge boasts eight private, tented chalets, making this place as intimate as it is enthralling. It’s no surprise that Aggressor CEO Wayne Brown and his team are so thrilled to reopen the doors on October 1, and guests will be equally elated with everything from the special rates to the Aliya Bush Restaurant’s locally sourced dishes. Oh, and the adventures awaiting beyond the property, of course.
“With the largest concentration of leopards and sloth bears in Sri Lanka, and up to 5,000 elephants, an Aggressor safari offers close-up experiences not found anywhere else in the world,” Brown explains. “With our industry-leading health and safety protocols, guests will have peace of mind along with a truly unforgettable adventure.”
Specifically, Aggressor has implemented the “Clean, Refresh, Sanitize” program to keep both guests and staff members safe and healthy. The company’s common-sense approach includes increased cleaning and sanitization in public areas and twice-daily room servicing, among other elements. But with its spacious layout and focus on privacy, the Lodge is already a perfect spot for travelers who have always practiced physical distancing.
As for the deals, guests traveling between October 3 and December 26 this year can enjoy a 5-days and 4-nights back-to-back add-on adventure when booked with the Maldives Aggressor II or Red Sea Aggressor II. Or, for those who simply want to admire the surroundings, there’s a 7-days, 6-night package for exploring Sri Lanka’s glory, including Wilpattu and Minneriya National Parks.
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