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Travel Outlook relocates to Colombo 4

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Travel Outlook, a Destination Management Company (DMC), recently relocated its Sri Lanka’s office from Pamankada Road, Colombo 6, to a strategic location at No. 171/1 Galle Road, Colombo 4. This new location is next to Raja Jewellers and features improved parking facilities. The new office premises were declared open by Travel Outlook Chairman and Managing Director Duminda Kuruwitaarachchi at the auspicious time. 

Travel Outlook started operations in 2015 with a mission to provide a convenient, one-stop shop offering comprehensive travel solutions. It specialises in corporate travel & group holiday packages, group incentive tours and in-bound tourism that showcases the best of Sri Lanka by pitching packages to airlines.

Travel Outlook is fully geared to facilitate all travel formalities and needs, with a special focus on holiday and business travel, and is moving beyond basic travel ticketing to offer tailor-made packages with comprehensive travel solutions to its clientele. The company will contribute significantly to Sri Lanka’s emerging tourism sector, specialising in in-bound tourism, popularising and promoting new places to visit in Sri Lanka, including the newly-opened destinations around the country. This has been achieved by promoting the uniqueness of Sri Lanka, as one-of-a-kind tourism destination, where a tourist can travel the length and breadth of the country within a few days and enjoy the diversity and beauty that it has to offer. Travel Outlook handles all the important travel-related services, such as airline ticketing, visa processing, travel insurance, worldwide hotel reservations and holiday packages, delivery & pickup services and around the clock assistance for emergency travel services. Clients may also avail themselves of the many value additions offered inclusive of airport transfers, coordination of frequent flyer programs.

Travel Outlook team is looking forward to meet their valuable customers at the new location since they believe their customers’ loyal support has helped them to grow, and now team is having more space to serve their customers better.

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