Floating agro-tourism resort to open in Sri Lanka

Published 1 year ago

Sri Lanka is all set to get its first-truly coasting resort accepting an agro-the travel industry topic that will include around 50 skimming cabanas. According to the most recent news reports, the Bolagala Floating Agro Tourism Resort in Katana, found near the Negombo the travel industry center point, will be the furthest down the line expansion to offer interesting encounters to those meeting the country. 

Apparently, the 50 coasting cabanas will flaunt a gliding café, a swimming pool, bar, primary eatery, karaoke relax, submerged rec center, and spa. Travelers will likewise appreciate a mix of different encounters, for example, watersports, running and bike tracks, tennis court, fishing, and an electric vehicle experience. This supportable travel industry adventure will present a natural cultivating idea, where guests will likewise be permitted to appreciate the involved insight of cultivating in Sri Lanka. Reports have it that this is the first run through the idea of natural cultivating has been placed into utilization in the Negombo region. 

Alluding to this, Chairperson of Sri Lanka Tourism Kimarli Fernando expressed, "Maintainable and eco-accommodating items are the future for the travel industry especially post COVID-19 and we look to the business to be imaginative and make novel encounters like this venture." According to the arrangement, the venture will be finished in two phases. While during the main stage, three suite rooms, 3 GPS portable rooms, 27 grand rooms, a café, and a skimming pool will be finished, though the subsequent stage will include fruition of the remainder of the cabanas alongside the submerged spa and other action-based parts. Reports likewise expressed that the submerged spa will come furnished with four spa rooms.