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• With its beautiful palm fringed sandy beaches, emerald green tea plantations, exotic wildlife, ancient culture, fascinating temples, colourful festivals and friendly people, Sri Lanka is the ideal place for an unforgettable holiday experience.

• Sri Lanka also known as the “Pearl of the Indian Ocean” is an island rich in natural treasures and offers a vast range of landscapes and cultures. The experiences are truly unique as you marvel at the unlimited beauty this jewel of the Indian Ocean has to offer.

• The island of Sri Lanka is a land of great variety and texture, a visitor to Sri Lanka is exposed to an upbeat of colours and rhythms of many cultures, smiles of hospitality, spicy food, a nature lovers paradise with breath taking scenic landscapes and mosaic of lush green paddy fields, cooler climates and wildlife safaris from the moment you set foot in Sri Lanka.

• An ideal holiday destination, though beach lovers will have to make some tough choices throughout most of the country, as the coastline seems endless, offering some of world’s finest tropical sandy beaches.

• An exotic tropical paradise, the miracle island of Sri Lanka is undoubtedly one of the world's most beautiful lands to spend a holiday.

• Plan your tour, come, see and experience how our ancestors lived here in the days gone by, nostalgic train journeys across breath taking scenery, filled with warm and friendly people, perfect destination for weddings and romantic honeymoon getaways, Sri Lanka is a small island but boasts all the above attractions and much more, making Sri Lanka an ideal holiday destination to cover in a limited time.

• Lonely Planet – Sri Lanka is the top destination to go in 2013

• “2nd best Island to visit” – National Geographic Channel

• TArugam Bay is recognised as one of the world’s top ten surf beaches!

• Unawatuna Beach – Amongst the top 12 beaches in the world




• Diversity
• Friendly People
• Cultural Heritage
• Pristine Beaches
• Spas & Ayurveda
• Exciting Wild life
• World Class Hotels
• Mouth watering food
• Shopping
• Thrills &Adventure

Come explore Sri Lanka, an island full of culture, history, natural beauty and people with warm hearts!


• Blissful Holidays 
• Adventure Holidays
• Beach Holidays
• Romantic Holidays 
• Heritage Holidays
• Rejuvenating Holidays 

When to go to Sri Lanka?

• December to March is considered the busiest season in the West coast, when the sea calms down but is more crowded, but will have the liveliest atmosphere anywhere. It’s the ideal time for snorkeling or diving here as the water is calm and crystal clear during this time of the year. The Central Highlands are the best place to try – trekking, cycling, bird watching and is cool and mainly dry from December - April.

• From July to September are wonderful months for those who prefer the lesser extremes of heat and humidity, but enjoy the odd day of sun basking. This is also the time the plant life, birds and butterflies and not to mention white water rafting are also at their best after the Spring monsoon. The average year-round temperature does not change much, and fluctuates around 26 to 29 degrees Celsius.

• The monsoon seasons being very distinct, there is always a sunny beach to be found somewhere in the island although Sri Lanka also feels the effects of Global warming  and the weather patterns are very much unpredictable at times where monsoons can be short with very heavy showers or light drizzle all day.

• The Deep South and South East Coast now offers great beaches for diving, surfing or setting up a beach camp in a lonely stretch of unspoilt beach, and since tourism here is only just regenerating costs are lower than other locations in the Southern resort towns, best times to visit are from May to September.

• If you are looking to escape Christmas and New Year at home, Sri Lanka is perfect and offers many celebratory parties on 25th and 31st. But it gets extremely busy and many of our hotels will take bookings a year in advance.


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