14 Day Quarantine Itinerary to Sri Lanka

Spend your days overlooking the beaches in Kalutara… Our vehicles are all fully sterilized and our chauffer guides will also be undergoing a PCR test and right before the start of all transfers and will strictly practice all hygiene and sanitization policies and procedures. Complimentary masks and sanitizers will be provided for you to enjoy your vacation in a safe and secure way.




What to Expect

13 Nights / 14 Days

This itinerary has been carefully designed to give you a taste of the exciting, endless possibilities and can be tailored to suit your exact preferences.

Day 1 : Route – Airport > Kalutara

Drive Time – Approximately 1.5 hours

Accommodation – Mermaid Resort & Spa

Meal Basis – Full board basis

At the airport you will be greeted our Jetwing Representative and your Chauffer Guide who will transfer to your resort located on the beautiful beaches of Kalutara (Contactless check in).

Tucked away in a tranquil coastal village, Mermaid Resort & Spa is one of the finest Kalutara hotels making for the ideal retreat for a beach holiday.

Once at the comforts of your Hotel, you can obtain the FIRST PCR test and afterwards relax from any jet lag.

Day 2 - Day 13 : Kalutara

Accommodation – Mermaid Resort & Spa

Meal Basis – Full board basis


Enjoy the utter relaxation at your Resort

The PCR test results will take a maximum of two days. Once cleared, you can proceed to visit some of the astounding sites around if you wish! (Optional)

Spend your days at leisure at the bar, library, pool, spa, lounge or gardens with no restrictions!

The below sites can be visited during your stay if you wish at an additional fee:

Yala National Park Safari

Yala is Sri Lanka’s most famous national park. Forming a total area of 1268 sq km of scrub, light forest, grassy plains and brackish lagoons, it’s very rich in wildlife and you’re virtually certain to encounter elephants, crocodiles, buffaloes and monkeys. If lucky you might see the leopards and sloth bears as well!

Udawalawe National Park Safari

Framed by soaring highlands on its northern boundary, the Uda Walawe National Park is one of the world’s best places to see wild elephants. Largely comprised of grasslands and bush forest, it’s also one of the best national parks in Sri Lanka for game spotting.

Ath Athuru Sevena – Baby elephant transit home

Supported by the Born Free Foundation (www.bornfree.org.uk), this complex is a halfway house for orphaned elephants. After rehabilitation, the elephants are released back into the wild, many into the Uda Walawe National Park. Although you can’t get up close and personal with the elephants, seeing them at feeding time (from a viewing platform) is still a lot of fun. Over 100 elephants have been rehabilitated at the Elephant Transit Home and subsequently released into the wild. Around 40 or so juvenile pachyderms are usually here at any one time.

Ridiyagama Safari Park

The Department of National Zoological Gardens is eager to unveil it’s another flagship project for the nature lovers and pleasure hunters browsing the down south of Sri Lanka. A 500 acre drive through Safari Park, the first ever Safari Park in Sri Lanka is being culminated in Ridiyagama, Hambantota.

You will obtain your SECOND PCR test between 5- 7 days of your stay at the resort.

You will obtain your THIRD PCR test between 10-12 days of your stay at the resort.


Day 14 : Route – Kalutara > Airport or any other area

Drive:  2 hour drive

Highlights: As all good things must come to an end, we bid you farewell as our Chauffeur Guide transfers you to the Airport to meet your departure flight home with high sanitization and according to all policies and procedures.

Where to Stay

Learn more about the luxurious properties available for your trip.

Escape to our all-inclusive tropical resort, nestled in the historic coastal village of Kalutara, on the sunny Southern coastline of Sri Lanka.

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