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Dubai & Sri Lanka

from €1479 per person
If you want a trip that combines exotic locations, relaxing beaches and splendid glamour then this vacation is just right for you.

Dubai has fast become one of the world's most popular holiday destinations in it's own right. Dubai holidays are perfect as a stopover before you continue your journey to some far flung destination, but ideally we recommend staying at least three nights so you can see and experience much more. What better way to make the most of your holiday time than to spend a few days topping up your suitcase with purchases made in the state of the art malls, visiting Burj Khalifa - the tallest building in the world or escaping to the desert for an exhilarating 4x4 dune bashing safari.

After, head to Sri Lanka's to experience the lush plantations and aromatic Victorian factories, which are like a pilgrimage for tea lovers. We love driving to the central hill stations, stepping into the scenic green landscapes of Nuwara Eliya, and watching the skilful fingers of the women in the tea plantation, plucking the youngest shoots for you to enjoy Ceylon's finest cup of tea.
Staff Comment
Shannon Harris The Habtoor Grand beach has a fantastic choice of restaurants and is in a great location- you are right across from magnificent Dubai Marina

Shannon Harris

Senior Travel Consultant
Offer Summary
  • Flights Dublin to Dubai
  • 3 Nights in 5* Habtoor Grand Resort, Dubai
  • Fly Dubai to Sri Lanka
  • 8 Nights 4* Avani Bentota Resort, Sri Lanka
  • Transfers Included
  • Travel in June 2018
  • Quote 50540227
Hotels this offer applies to
Habtoor Grand Resort, Autograph Collection

Half Board

Fairmont The Palm
Dubai (+€45)

Bed and Breakfast

Atlantis The Palm
Dubai (+€127)

Bed and Breakfast

Sri Lanka
AVANI Bentota Resort & Spa

Bed and Breakfast

Sri Lanka
AVANI Kalutara Resort
Sri Lanka (+€127)

Bed and Breakfast

Outdoor Pool
Sri Lanka
Centara Ceysands Resort & Spa Sri Lanka
Sri Lanka (+€260)

Bed and Breakfast

Staff Tips -
Amanda Hynes

Amanda Hynes
Senior Travel Consultant

  • The wildlife highlights are the elephants bathing and riding, releasing turtles in the sea and firewalking in Kandy.
  • The UAE is extremely safe for women travellers, nevertheless women travelling alone are a novelty and you may find yourself at the focus of unwanted attention. You will probably have a more relaxed visit if you stay in one of the four or five star hotels, especially if you can use the hotel's private beach facilities.
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