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"YOU HAVE TO GET LOST BEFORE YOU CAN BE FOUND."

Jeff Rasley

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Immerse yourself in the vibrant underwater world of Sri Lanka's coral gardens, a diver exploring the mesmerizing marine life
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DIVING AND SNORKELLING

As Sri Lanka becomes more and more popular among tourists, its diving culture is growing rapidly. Around the coast, there are fantastic locations for diving and snorkeling. The diving hub has historically been on the west coast, south of Colombo. However, with our help, you can visit other, superior locations that you would love to see. Just a few locations are Batticaloa, Pigeon Island National Park, Great Basses Reefs, and Bar Reef. Talk to us if you want to begin planning, and we'll create wonderful, personalized vacations.

Best time: November to April

A picturesque view of cycling enthusiasts enjoying the scenic beauty of Sri Lanka
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CYCLE ANYWHERE ACROSS THE ISLAND

It's an extraordinary journey and tour. Cycling is the best way to experience Sri Lanka's ancient capitals, contemporary cities, rural communities, rocky highlands and verdant valleys, tropical rainforests, reservoirs, and undeveloped beaches. You should certainly do this if you like riding. Please inform us if you are interested. Be sure you will experience an amazing and unforgettable cycling tour.

Golden sands, turquoise waters, and palm trees swaying in the breeze – experience the tranquil beauty of a Sri Lankan beach
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BEACHES

The beaches that ring Sri Lanka are what gave the island a white appearance from space. Rarely do you go along the shore for an extended period of time without passing by an absolutely gorgeous stretch of sand. Amazingly, several of them are almost empty. Some of the well-known locations include Thalpe, Mirissa, Unawatuna, Marakolliya Beach, Kalpitiya, Arugam Bay, Uppaveli, and Nilaveli. You will make amazing memories with our tailored beach holidays.

Thrilling kitesurfing action against the backdrop of Sri Lanka's azure waters and clear skies
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KITESURFING

One of the most well-liked extreme sports of the new millennium, kitesurfing, or kiteboarding, is gaining followers all over the world. You'll virtually fly with the windsurfing speed, stunts, and flawless cutting on the waves of surfers, as well as with their fantastic jumps. Experience the fantastic kitesurfing at the Kalptiya coastal belt.

 

Primary kitesurfing season in Sri Lanka

May until October - wind speed is usually between 18 and 30 knots

December to March - wind speed remains quite steady between 14 to 20 knots

A breathtaking view of the iconic Sigiriya rock fortress, rising proudly against the Sri Lankan sky
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HERITAGE SITES

Given that Sri Lanka is a small island, the fact that UNESCO has designated eight of its sites as World Heritage Sites is remarkable. They are Galle, Kandy, the Central Highlands of the island, the Sigirya Rock Fortress (above image), Dambulla, the Sinharaja Rainforest Reserve and Polonnaruwa.

A captivating view of Galle Dutch Fort, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, showcasing colonial architecture, cobblestone streets
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COLONIAL ARCHITECHTURE

Our island has been ruled by numerous powerful colonial nations over the years, including the British, Dutch, and Portuguese. Their legacy is the atmospheric locations of today. Among the many structures and locations from the Colonial era, you must visit Colombo, Galle Fort, Trincomalee, Anuradhapura, Kandy, Nuwara Eliya, and Jaffna.

from majestic elephants and elusive leopards to vibrant birdlife, showcasing the rich biodiversity and natural wonders
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WHERE THE WILD THINGS ARE

A place where you can encounter a wild elephant up close, observe a leopard's savage grace, watch a nesting turtle lay her eggs on the sand, be astounded by a peacock's magnificent display, or see orchids covering a huge rain forest tree. It can appear to be a dream.


But in Sri Lanka, this is the case because nature has given the small island an excessive amount of riches. Despite being small, the island possesses one of the greatest biodiversities of any nation on earth.

street shopping in Sri Lanka, with vibrant stalls, colorful fabrics, and bustling shoppers,
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SHOPPING

Being a lush island, some of Sri Lanka's best goods are what it grows. Ceylon Tea is an obvious purchase, and spices are another. In addition, there are various handicrafts and a range of designer items. Sri Lanka also offers a number of mid-scale and luxury shopping malls in Colombo and other large cities. Wet markets and wholesales markets are very popular among tourists.

Most famous among our visitors are things like Wood-carved Masks, Ceylon Tea, Rubies, Sapphires, Moonstones and some gems are unique to Sri Lanka and are known for its singular color and lustre. For fashionistas seeking something special, Sri Lanka has several up-and-coming designers who incorporate modern designs and minimalist features into sarees and sarongs. If the east-meets-west look isn’t your thing, you can find beautiful traditional hand-loomed sarongs (for men) and sarees (for women) all across the island.

Be mindful of exotic items like elephant ivory, shells, and coral, which are illegal to to buy or transport.

jetskiing on the pristine waters of Sri Lanka, where adventure meets the sea, with the sun glistening on the waves
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WATER SPORTS

Water sport activities including water skiing, Jet water sports, rafting, surfing, kite-surfing, wind surfing, kayaking, water boarding, canoeing, scuba diving are all much popular water sports in Sri Lanka. Since Sri Lanka is an island country with many rivers and waterfalls, you will find it the ideal location for engaging in a variety of water-based activities, including some exhilarating water sports.

 

Try out the numerous heart-racing and calming water sports in Sri Lanka if you enjoy splashing around and having fun in the water. You have something in store for you no matter your age, no matter how young you are. Let us know if you are a water sport fan. If you are, we will create an amazing water adventure holiday for you,

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