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Our team is dedicated to making your upcoming trip the greatest one ever. Here, you’ll learn about the measures we’re doing to guarantee that your trip is as hassle-free, fast, secure, and eco-friendly as it can be. We also provide you with answers to the most commonly asked concerns we receive and useful advice to ensure your vacation go off without a hitch.

Yes, a visa is required to enter Sri Lanka. Furthermore, if you want to visit Sri Lanka for a short period of time, you must get an Electronic Travel Authorization (ETA) before to arrival.

 

To visit Sri Lanka, nationals of all countries must get an ETA, with the exception of citizens of the nations listed below. Nationals of the following countries are excused from acquiring an ETA if they visit Sri Lanka for a short visit of up to 30 days;

  • The Republic of Singapore
  • The Maldives Republic
  • The Seychelles Republic

Sri Lanka’s official languages are Sinhala and Tamil. English is is widely understood by most people. Off the usual path, awareness of it is dwindling. All hotels, large restaurants, and businesses speak English. For international guests who want assistance, Camlo Tours provides tours in English, German, French, Spanish, Italian, Russian and Japanese. With few exceptions, road signs are written in both Sinhalese and English across the nation.

Sri Lanka is one of the most beautiful nations in the world and also a very secure place to visit. Sri Lanka is one of the few ‘un-spoilt’ destinations in Asia, so it’s no surprise that the country’s tranquility and prosperity have attracted a large number of tourists. Our trips only go to tourist hotspots that are guaranteed to be secure. 

In spite of the fact that distinct monsoon seasons begin at different times throughout the year, the weather in Sri Lanka is generally always warm and bright. This is because the nation is located in a tropical region, where the seasons are practically always the same.

It really depends on where you are; religious places have severe dress codes that require individuals to cover themselves up. Aside from that, you may wear nearly anything that goes with the warm temperature; sundresses, shorts, t-shirts, and sandals are some of the clothing you can wear to beat the heat.

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