The Lost Hostels Opens First Indian Backpackers Hostel in Sri Lanka

The Lost Hostels are renowned for leaving permanent impressions at some of India's most famous landmarks by providing guests with the ideal balance of adventure and luxury.


New Delhi: Two new hostels from The Lost Hostels, a name associated with unique vacations, have just opened up in Sri Lanka. The Lost Hostels is the first Indian brand to enter the backpackers hostel category in Sri Lanka, making its growth a watershed moment for the tourism industries of both countries.

The Lost Hostels are renowned for leaving permanent impressions at some of India’s most famous landmarks by providing guests with the ideal balance of adventure and luxury. The company’s reach has expanded to Sri Lanka, and there it intends to perform the same miracles that made it famous in the first place. The convenient locations of the new hostels put visitors in close proximity to top sights, exciting nightlife, and rich cultural opportunities.

The Lost Hostels is expanding its operations to Sri Lanka to further demonstrate its dedication to promoting cooperation and bolstering the local tourism sector. Given the country’s current economic woes, this action takes on added significance. The Lost Hostels, an Indian company, has just entered the Sri Lankan market, which bodes well for mutual understanding and economic growth between the two countries.

The hostel chain’s imaginative creator, Jitesh Agrawal, was understandably giddy about bringing “The Lost Hostels experience” to Sri Lanka. We want to provide a unique blend of adventure and comfort that will encourage people to see the world, meet new people, and make a difference in the places they visit. We are certain that this growth will benefit not just our customers but also the neighbourhoods we serve.

The Lost Hostels Sri Lanka Co-Founder Harshit Soni stated, “Having been immersed in the great ambience and spirit of The Lost Hostels in Varkala, our choice to cooperate with Jitesh and develop a hostel in Sri Lanka seemed natural. Our objective is to make your stay in our Varkala hostel as memorable and rewarding as ours was. We want to provide opportunities for travellers to connect with other explorers, make experiences that will last a lifetime, and develop a strong feeling of belonging. We’re thrilled to be working with Hamza (Mohamed Hamza, co-founder of The Lost Hostels Sri Lanka) to bring this exciting vibe to Sri Lanka and send guests on an unforgettable adventure full of new friends and exciting discoveries.

The Lost Hostels leverages on its previous success in India to provide economical and pleasant lodgings in response to rising demand. The company is experienced in providing excellent service and creating a friendly atmosphere for guests of all backgrounds.

The opening of these two hostels in Sri Lanka marks a new era for The Lost Hostels, cementing the company’s position as a global leader in the budget lodging sector.

The Lost Hostels plans to grow in the next years by entering new markets in India, Southeast Asia, and beyond. The company has remained committed to its vision of becoming a household name by providing tourists with unforgettable experiences.

About The Lost Hostels: The Lost Hostels is a distinguished brand renowned for providing affordable and comfortable accommodations in some of India and Sri Lanka’s most iconic destinations. Merging adventure and comfort, The Lost Hostels aims to craft distinctive travel encounters for individuals and groups, enabling them to uncover new horizons, form enduring friendships, and craft memories that last a lifetime.

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