Sri Lankan resorts are facing troubles after the suicide blasts.
The bookings started cancel before the dust had settled on the hotels and churches. Chairman of the Lavinia hotel in Colombo, said he lost about 30 percent of his bookings within days of the Easter.
At least 40 foreigners were dead, raising fears for tourism industry. Many of them got the first plane out of Colombo after the blasts. European travel giant TUI announced it had stopped taking bookings for the South Asian country.
The palm-fringed beaches and mountain tea plantations of the island nation were recently named the best place to visit in 2019 by the Lonely Planet gui Bad message but the situations get worse.
Danger is “a perception thing,” said Campbell, who is now looking at redirecting bookings to rival destinations like Nepal.