Sri Lanka, the tear drop of India is a gem hiding in plain sight and has become as increasingly popular destination since the end of the civil war. It is no surprise as its diverse landscape can offer a great variety of activities, which ranges from surfing, biking, kayaking, white water rafting, and hot air ballooning to tealeaf picking and wild life safaris.
Must Have Experiences
With its different landscapes, beautiful waters and incredibly rich history, Sri-Lanka can offer any vsitor an astonishing amount of alternatives in the search for the perfect memory.
Sri Lanka experience warm tropical temperatures all year around with two monsoon winds bringing in rain to different corners of Sri Lanka at various periods of the year.
The South Western coasts are sunny and sea is calm from November to March, while the Eastern coasts such as Arugam Bay serves up great swells for the surfing enthusiast. From the months of April to September the waves in the East Coast quells down and there is uninterrupted sunshine.
Located just off the Equator the country offers a stunning range of geographical landscapes, boasting 1600 kilometers of endless coastline, 2243-meter tall mountains, and rolling hills filled with tea plantations, rainforests and waterfalls. Sri Lanka is one of the world’s top five biodiversity hotspots with eight UNESCO sites and is home to a variety of wild life including elephants, leopards, blue whales and countless tropical birds.
Tea, Tourism and Garment Manufacture
Sri Lankan Rupee (approx 200LKR to £1)
Buddhist, Christian, Hindu and Islam
Poya day is observed once a month and it’s a dry day
Also illustrious for its 3000-year-old history, the country preserves some of the world’s most ancient cities and kingdoms within ‘The Cultural Triangle’ marked by Anuradhapura, Polonnaruwa and Kandy.
The best part of the country however is the welcoming hospitality of its people and its delicious cuisine, making a destination you must visit.
Travelling in Sri Lanka
Travelling in Sri Lanka is getting better. In the last couple of years we’ve seen new highways open and air transfers improve. The most common way to travel around Sri Lanka is driving and we offer SUV’s for all our tours. We also offer seaplanes, yachts and campervans.