Sri Lanka


Sri Lanka

Sri Lanka is an island with a million surprises and its beauty is simply sublime. We offer the best of Sri Lanka, coupled with packages to experience everything this amazing country has to offer.

Camping in the wild could be anything from “roughing it out” to luxury camping, to beach getaways with the best beach living experiences, and cultural experiences to store up a thousand memories. Yes, it’s a tiny island, but the experiences are a world of their own and unlike anything, anyone has seen before. We know every nook and corner of this beauty and we are excited to partner with you to let the world experience Sri Lanka as we see it.

Best time to visit Sri Lanka

Unlike many other Asian destinations, Sri Lanka can lay genuine claim to being a year-round holiday destination. You just have to know which side of the island to focus on in any given month, and this is never more important than when planning your beach destination.


Arrival Infomation

Visa on Arrival

Every bona-fide tourist who enters Sri Lanka within the period of the landing permit granted by the Immigration officials at the port of entry can apply for a visa extension before the expiry of the visa. Two (02) months extension beyond 30 days shall be granted at the Department of Immigration Emigration (Head Office). However, further extension shall only be considered with valid reasons.


The Capital

Colombo City

The capital of Sri Lanka is called Colombo. It is debatable how the name came into existence. While some believe that it was a distortion of the old name of Kolam, others believe it was taken from the Coconut palm. No matter how the name came into existence, it is known as Colombo by everyone, today. The city is the largest town in the island country of Sri Lanka. It is the economic capital of the country as well as the administrative one.

Water Sports
Established in 1988 by the Wild Life Protection Society of Sri Lanka, the Kosgoda Turtle Hatchery is a widely popular establishment, which protects and releases turtles back in to the ocean. Become aware of the importance of protecting Sea Turtles with a visit to the Kosgoda Turtle Hatchery..
The BBC documentary titled “Ocean Giants” featuring the mesmerising world of Whales and Dolphins, and the scientists’ efforts to shed light on their habits and why they grow so large were filmed around Sri Lanka, and is considered one of the best locations in the world to spot Blue and Sperm Whales.
Diving and Snorkelling in Sri Lanka is an experience like no other, with ancient shipwrecks dating back to World War 1 and the 15th and the 16th Centuries. The surrounding ocean offers many diving spots including diving to beautiful coral reefs, shipwrecks, a Bar Reef Marine Sanctuary and much more.
Sri Lanka is a country rich in a varied heritage of traditional arts and craft. The colourful handicrafts are made out of natural indigenous raw materials by craftsmen and women whose skills are passed from generation to generation, making them very popular among tourists.
Sri Lanka is famous for its precious and semi-precious gemstones including Blue Sapphires, Red Rubies, Cat’s Eye, Alexandrite, Tourmalines, Zircons, Garnets, Amethysts and Topaz. You can purchase exquisite gem-studded jewellery set in gold, white gold or platinum in jewellery shops in Colombo, Galle, Kandy and Ratnapura.
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Sri Lanka has always been known for its rich history and culture, which have collectively given it a distinct character. From ancient cities and historic forts to the sacred and spiritual sites, even the most seasoned of travellers cannot help but be enthralled by the cultural diversity of this unique island. The Sri Lanka Cultural Tour is a great way to gain insight into this wonderful country that is truly one of the best places to visit in the world.
Sri Lanka’s rich and colourful history provides the perfect setting to allow you to dwell into the remnants of the past and marvel at the grandeur and splendor of days gone by. There are no less than 8 UNESCO World heritage sites in Sri Lanka, and British, Dutch and Portugese influences very much still evident today.
The magical misty mountains and the breathtaking waterfalls along with the cool climate of the Hill capital of Sri Lanka makes it a popular local and foreign tourist attraction. Hill country is also home to the world’s finest tea grown in beautifully manicured tea gardens.
Despite its small size Sri Lanka boasts of one of the highest rates of biological endemism in the world whether in plants or animals and is included among the top five biodiversity hotspots in the world. Of the ninety-one species of mammals found in Sri Lanka Asian elephants, sloth bear, leopards, sambar and wild buffaloes engages the majority of the attention of wildlife enthusiast. Yet the rarest mammals of Sri Lanka are the red slender Loris, Toque Macaque, and Purple-faced Langur, who according to IUCN clarifications are endangered due to habitat loss.
With nearly 1600 km of of palm fringed Coastline baked to perfection surrounding the country Sri Lanka is the ideal destination for beach bums worldwide. May it be windsurfing, kayaking, yachting, water skiing, scuba diving or jut lazing around for the perfect tan, Sri Lanka offers it all.

Quick Facts : Sri Lanka

  • Capital : Colombo

  • Dialing Code : +94

  • Currency : Sri Lankan Rupee (LKR)

  • Population : 20.48 Million