Sri Lanka is spectacular, affordable and still often uncrowded. Now is the best time to discover it.
Sri Lanka is an enticing destination because of its never-ending beaches, ancient ruins, warm and friendly people, wild elephants, rolling waves, low costs, exciting trains, world-famous tea, and delicious food.
Sri Lanka has been “hiding in plain sight,” as the saying goes. Many people have flown overhead on their route to other destinations, but for many years, the island of Sri Lanka was not on their map. But now, everything is different. As more and more people learn about this country’s many advantages, it is rapidly developing. Sri Lanka’s location between more traveled portions of India and Southeast Asia, as well as the country’s rich cultural heritage and stunning natural landscapes, make it an irresistible tourist destination. This is the one location on your list that you have yet to visit but really should.
It is one of the few spots with as many World Heritage Sites (eight) as close together. Some of Sri Lanka’s oldest landmarks, including renowned temples with stunning detailing despite taking refuge in caves or perching on conspicuous slopes, date back more than 2,000 years. Colonial fortifications such as Galle and Trincomalee date back to the island’s more recent history.
An elephant wandering across the island in search of its favorite watering hole might account for the mysterious noises. On safari in Sri Lanka, you could see leopards, water buffaloes, a variety of birds, and monkeys.
The world’s longest live human-planted tree may be seen in its holy city of Anuradhapura in the morning, and hundreds of elephants can be seen congregating in the afternoon, all within a day’s travel (Minneriya). Find a new favorite beach, practice mindfulness at a temple dating back two thousand years, make new friends as you wander through a sleepy town, see an abundance of avian and floral life, and see how many side dishes you can eat with your rice and curry. You may go on a sightseeing tour of Colombo’s historic buildings and then hit some killer waves.
Ways to Travel
Walking & Trekking Tours
Here's how it works: we offer skilled trail guides, lodging, and porters as needed; you bring your legs and a sense of adventure.
Family Holidays & Tours
Your sense of adventure doesn’t just disappear when you have kids, so why should your family holiday options be limited
Wildlife Tours & Holidays
Traveling on a safari vacation? Sri Lanka, albeit only a tiny island, is packed with opportunities to see wild animals.
luxurious holiday tours
Are you looking for a luxurious travel adventure? Our luxury tours will take you to incomparable opportunities to travel
adventure Tours & Holidays
We're talking about places where cobblestone streets give way to vine-covered jungle walkways and soaring mountains.
Top Tours For 2023
If you’re interested in special holidays in Sri Lanka, have a look at the following itineraries to get a sense of what’s possible in a week, two weeks, or three weeks, and the realms of Wildlife, Family, Trekking and Cycling, Luxury, Off the beaten, and Sri Lanka & Maldives sibling location vacations.
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The last Sinhalese kingdom
Kandy, Sri Lanka's last Sinhalese kingdom, is a significant historical and cultural hot spot. Kandy, which literally means "hill," is home to one of the most well-known Buddhist temples in the world, the Temple of the Tooth, which was created to house a relic believed to be Lord Buddha's tooth.
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