Scheduled for September 13th to 20th as an alternative to postpone the Sri Lanka tour
On June 30th, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs issued a report on the situation in Sri Lanka, raising the level of terrorism risk by one rank.
This is a recommendation to refrain from stopping in Colombo city for sightseeing etc.
JTB, a travel agency, also received this recommendation,
The policy has been to cancel trips to Sri Lanka and the Maldives until August 31st . . . . .
As I am about to depart, I am truly sorry and saddened, and for me it was the first cancellation in 28 years.
But safety first, Sri Lanka will not disappear.
On July 31, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs announced the level review of the situation in Sri Lanka again, and if it is judged that it is possible to travel at this point,
We are planning to run this tour again from September 13th to 20th.
"I hope we can do it." This time, the 17 people who applied for the tour are sorry to be at the last minute, but safety is number one. If the schedule for the September tour fits, please join us.
Yesterday, I spoke with Mr. Ranjit and Mr. Klee from Sri Lanka and said, "I'm really sorry, I apologized." It's not their fault.
However, when I think of the two people who have been waiting for us from the bottom of my heart, and the children of the tea garden school, I hope that Sri Lanka will be able to declare peace to the world as soon as possible.