It is with great delight that we inform you that Esna Holidays has commenced operations once more!
In the past two months, we’re certain you would have faced immense difficulty in being unable to conduct your business and family lives as normal. We hope this finds you safe and sound.
As the entire globe slowly emerges from the current health crisis, it is heartening to see the measures that have been taken by the Sri Lanka Tourism Development Authority (SLTDA) as well as the country’s major travel companies. We’ve described in detail how Esna Holidays ensures safe tours during this period, in a shared link “ Esna Holidays Health and Safety Procedures & Guidelines “. We would appreciate it if you can go through the brief procedures and guidelines and get back to us if there are any clarifications required.
A lot of effort has been put in country-wide, from the airports, transportation facilities, hotels, tourist sites, police and forces, medical personnel, sites and attractions, to tour operators and travel agencies,to ensure the country can be opened to the outside world in a safe manner, to display the island’s distinct charm once more. Travel has tremendous potential to heal lives, as it can revive the livelihoods of our country’s people while lifting the spirits of all our guests to the island. Therefore, we’re taking our responsibility even more seriously.
We look forward in delivering a healthy & safe travel plans and tours!
KEY POINTS TO NOTE
No minimum number of days is required for a stay.
All facilities of the hotel would be made available to the guests.
No restrictive quarantine required.
Tourists may visit up to 14 approved tourist sites under the safety of a bio-bubble.
Tourists must stay at a certified ‘Safe and Secure’ Level 1 hotel for upto 14 days of their stay.
Pay for PCR Tests ( 40 USD per PCR test depending on the number of days of the stay) when applying for visa online and for insurance (12 USD) with one month cover of 50,000 USD.
Currently no exceptions would be made for vaccinations taken; all safety protocols should be adhered to regardless.