KARRYON always has a camera on Travel Agents, especially when they’re off exploring the globe! Recently we spotted them in traditional Sri Lanka with Bunnik Tours.

Bunnik Tours recently hosted a famil to Sri Lanka, where 16 lucky travel professionals spent seven days exploring beautiful Sri Lanka the ‘Bunnik Way’.

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Starting in Negombo, the group climbed Sigiriya, also known as ‘Lion Rock’, and were rewarded for their efforts with a deliciously refreshing King Coconut. They also made a visit to the Minneriya National Park and enjoyed an elephant safari by jeep.


On their way to Kandy they stopped at a local village to learn some of the many ways the resourceful locals use coconuts, from extracting the coconut water and flesh to making ropes from the husks.

They were also treated to facials and massages at a spice plantation in Matale before finally arriving in Kandy, where they enjoyed a city tour, traditional dances, dressing up in Batik sarees and, of course, some beautiful Sri Lankan cuisine.


The famil concluded in Colombo, where they enjoyed guided tour of the city. In the afternoon they explored Gangarama Temple before enjoying a group farewell dinner.


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