Udawalawe National Park is said to be one of the best places in the world to see wild elephants. Once we decided to visit Sri Lanka as part of our honeymoon, and we heard that you could see elephants in the wild we booked our trip to Udawalawe immediately! Udawalwe did not disappoint, we saw hundreds of elephants, countless beautiful bird species, reptiles, water buffaloes, monkeys and so many other incredible animals, all in their natural habitat. Udawalawe is a beautiful national park and one…

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We love animals and so when we decided to spent part of our honeymoon in Sri Lanka, we knew that a national park safari was on the cards! We did a lot of research and decided that Udawalawe National Park was one of the easiest to get to based on our other travel plans and was also one of the best in terms of wildlife. I did plenty of accommodation research and came across Master Campers Udawalawe who offered safari drives and glamping accommodation packages!…

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Glamping, which is also known as luxury or glamorous camping is that perfect getaway you need in your life! There’s countless types of glamping from treehouses, to secluded cabins, safari tents with jacuzzis and more! Glamping gives you the opportunity to relax in unique, comfortable, luxurious accommodation completely surrounded by nature! It is a way to connect with nature without having to “rough it”, which certainly appeals to a lot of people. We love glamping and have been lucky enough to experience glamping in Sri…

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I always knew that I’d wanted to honeymoon in an overwater bungalow in the Maldives or Bora Bora┬ábut when Dan and I got engaged I knew that he wouldn’t be content to spend more than a week relaxing in paradise as he is the kinda person who needs to constantly be doing something! Sri Lanka was a country which had been on both our bucket lists for a long time and as soon as we started looking into booking our Maldives honeymoon, we realised just…

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The Southern island region of Japan is unlike any Japan you have ever known. This chain of semi-tropical, coral reef fringed islands that are teeming with marine life will leave you wondering if you are in fact in Japan or are holidaying in Hawaii or Southeast Asia. The Okinawa Prefecture comprises more than 150 islands in the East China Sea between Taiwan and the Japanese mainland and is famous for its tropical climate, stunning beaches, world-class coral reefs and diving, as well as its World…

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