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Last chance to grab a place on our Sri Lanka fam trip!

 

LAST CHANCE TO ENTER THE TTGLUXURY EXPERIENCE TO SRI LANKA!

Today is your last chance to grab one of FIVE places on our fabulous fam trip to this stunning destination – one of the most talked-about hotspots this year!

Packed with wonderful culture and graceful, welcoming people, not to mention incredible food and beautiful scenery and wildlife, Sri Lanka is a place any agent should have on their radar given the current level of interest in this teardrop-shaped island.

And we are looking for FIVE agents to whisk away to Sri Lanka thanks to the wonderful Uga Escapes and award-winning Oman Air! To be in with a chance of a place on this trip all you have to do is answer a few simple questions.

Uga Escapes has five hotels on the island, including Chena Huts in Yala, the country’s most spectacular nature reserve and home to one of the highest populations of leopard in the world.

Agents on this SIX-NIGHT trip will also soak up the atmosphere of Colombo, where Uga’s Residence hotel is set inside a 150-year-old mansion, with just 11 suites.

Any trip to the island should take in the “cultural triangle” and we will spend two nights at eco-friendly 20-villa Ulagalla resort to explore the area. There will also be some beach time, with a visit to Jungle Beach close to Trincomalee and a stay at Uga Bay on Pasikudah Bay on the east coast.

For this incredible trip to Sri Lanka, the group will fly with award-winning Oman Air, twice voted as offering the best business class seat in the world by Skytrax.

Oman Air offers the only direct service from the UK to Oman, flying daily from Heathrow Terminal 3. From its hub in Muscat, Oman Air also connects onto many worldwide destinations, including Sri Lanka, Singapore, Bangkok, Kuala Lumpur and many other points across Asia and the Middle East.

The airline offers genuine Omani hospitality on its flights from London on Airbus 330-300s with First Class (six mini-suites), Business Class (20 lie-flat seats) and Economy Class (196 seats, each with a 34-inch pitch).

So, what are you waiting for!? Enter now and you could be travelling to Sri Lanka this April, just by answering a few simple questions. 

Please note you must be available to travel from Heathrow on April 25, 2016 to Colombo, via Muscat (returning on May 2). Terms & conditions apply. 

 

 

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