Purpose

    Regeneration: Beyond Sustainable Tourism

    It’s tough to talk about the future of tourism and hospitality without taking into consideration the unprecedented times we live in. One of the hardest hit industries, the world’s lull in travel has given the opportunity for the industry to reflect on its position when it comes to building back better and stronger. The idea

    Faunal Diversity at Ceylon Tea Trails

    A keen naturalist hailing from the hill country, Rohan Gunasekara began his nature work at the Hill Country Youth Exploration Society. He was later the Secretary of the Nature Exploration & Protection Society of Nuwara Eliya due to his avid interest in nature. He also completed the Certificate Course in Wildlife Conservation & Management at

    Journey Towards Zero Waste

    Our ambition towards zero waste across our properties extends to our communities as well. We believe collaboration and partnerships are the way forward to achieving our goals. As such, Resplendent Ceylon’s Cape Weligama partnered with Eco Spindles, to address the growing impacts of marine plastic pollution.   The mounting production of plastics, owing to its cost-effective

    Elephants, the Architects of the Wild

    Sri Lankan elephants (Elephas maximus maximus), the largest of the Asian elephant sub-species are true ‘ecosystem engineers’ or keystone species, although comparatively smaller than their African counterparts. Keystone species like elephants are those that have a significant impact on the ecosystems they are a part of in comparison to their populations. This essentially means the

    revinate

    Sign up for news and offers

    By submitting your information, you are opting in for marketing promotional content from the hotel.