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Sri Lanka Tours

Sri Lanka Tours

A tropical paradise of golden Buddhist stupas, verdant tea plantations and majestic wildlife

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Discover Sri Lanka

Sri Lanka
15 Days from USD 3,149

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Spend two weeks exploring the delights of this diverse island


Discover Sri Lanka – In Comfort

Golden Temple
15 Days from USD 3,779

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IN COMFORT: Spend two weeks exploring the delights of Sri Lanka


Cycle the Back Roads of Sri Lanka

cycling in Sri Lanka
14 Days from USD 3,279

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Explore rich Sri Lankan history and culture by bike


Sri Lankan Highlights

Sri Lanka Tea Plantation near Nurawa Eliya
8 Days from USD 1,849
USD 1,599

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A week experiencing the Island of Serendipity, Sri Lanka


Wild Sri Lanka

Leopard Yala
10 Days from USD 3,599

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Sri Lanka's wild side, from national parks to the ocean


Tropical Island Wanderer Family Holiday

Elepant Sarari near Giritale
13 Days from USD 2,649

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Two weeks exploring Sri Lanka, the perfect family destination


Highlands of Sri Lanka

Sri Lanka highlands
15 Days from USD 3,279

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Walking and exploring the delights of this diverse island

Walking & Trekking

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FAQs on Sri Lanka Tours

Is Sri Lanka good for tourists?

Sri Lanka is an extraordinary country full of beautiful beaches, wildlife and cultural gems. The people are friendly and love to welcome tourists who want to learn more about their way of life. You’ll find lots of places to shop for souvenirs on Sri Lanka tours and most things are affordable, although some of the major attractions can be quite expensive. The country is largely safe but tourists do need to be aware of the local laws and traditions before they embark on a Sri Lanka tour, which you can find on the government website.

How many days is enough to visit Sri Lanka?

While there are many significant and natural sights to discover during Sri Lanka trips, it’s a relatively small island country. 8 days is ample time if you want to explore the highlights but if you prefer to delve a little deeper into the culture, history and wildlife then 15 days is preferable for tours in Sri Lanka.

Is 10 days enough to visit Sri Lanka?

On 10-day trips to Sri Lanka, you’ll have plenty of time to see many of the main sights as well as enjoying a range of exciting experiences along the way, giving you a greater insight into the country. Our 10-day Wild Tour Sri Lanka, for example, takes you on an unforgettable journey with four game drives in Yala and Udawalawe national parks, a trip to Sinharaja Rainforest and Dickwella Beach and a private whale-watching excursion.

What is the best month to visit Sri Lanka?

Sri Lanka is a year-round destination for wildlife viewing but if you’re wanting to experience certain festivals, hit the beach, or avoid the crowds, then you’ll want to consider the best season for booking trips to Sri Lanka.

Wildlife lovers should travel between November and April when all the major parks are open, and the animals begin to gather around the water holes. But September is best for seeing the elephants and their calves at Minneriya National Park.

Despite the Yala monsoon, which arrives in May, this is a good time to enjoy some of the country’s most prestigious festivals. You’ll also avoid the throngs of tourists during these months. But if you prefer the warmer, drier weather and don’t mind the crowds, then opt for Sri Lanka tours in January.

Which part of Sri Lanka is the best?

Sri Lanka is a diverse country with a scenic coastline, sprawling national parks, ancient cities and picturesque countryside dotted with traditional hillside towns. Cycling in Sri Lanka is a great way to cover more distance so you can experience many of the highlights in one trip. From the Dambulla Cave Temple and the rock fortress at Sigiriya to the UNESCO-listed city of Kandy, Sri Lanka cycling tours steer you among the country’s best bits.

Yala National Park is a must-visit destination during a trip to Sri Lanka and is home to the elusive leopard as well as elephants, deer, sloths, wild boars and various species of birds.

Is Sri Lanka good for cycling?

Owing to its dramatic and diverse landscapes, one of the best ways to see the country is on Sri Lanka cycling tours as they give you the opportunity to explore further and immerse yourself in the local culture. Because cycling in Sri Lanka is a common way to get around, many of the roads you ride along are tarmacked. When you cycle the back roads, you’ll enjoy mostly quiet trails with sublime views.

What wildlife can you see in Sri Lanka?

Home to some of the greatest animals on earth, Sri Lanka is one of the best places in Asia to go on safari. While you might want to go whale and dolphin watching off the southern coast on Sri Lanka wildlife tours, the national parks and Sinharaja Rainforest are home to a vast array of animals such as:

Barking, Sambar and Spotted deer
Wild boar
Over 160 bird species
Purple-faced langur
Water buffalo

Which is the best safari in Sri Lanka?

Every safari in Sri Lanka is an exhilarating and awe-inspiring experience, each with its own rewards. One of the most popular places for a safari is Yala National Park as it plays host to an incredible 215 species of bird, 47 reptile species and 44 mammals, including the Sri Lankan elephant, leopard and sloth bear. Yala also lays claim to having the largest density of leopards in the world.

Udawalawe National Park is one of the best parks for seeing elephants on Sri Lanka wildlife holidays, with the highest concentration of wild elephants in the country. As well as these magnificent beasts, you can also spot water buffalo, wild boar, jackals, spotted deer and mongoose.

How much wildlife is there in Sri Lanka?

Being such a biodiverse country, Sri Lanka is a wildlife-lover’s paradise with more than 120 species of mammals, 227 species of birds, 171 species of reptiles, 106 species of amphibians and the largest population of sperm whales and blue whales in the world.

Is Sri Lanka good for safari?

Not only is Sri Lanka home to an abundance of national parks and hundreds of species of animals, with 400 species of birds alone, but it has also become much loved for its ongoing conservation efforts. Sri Lanka wildlife holidays introduce you to some of the most impressive creatures in the world, from leopards, elephants and sloth bears to blue and sperm whales, making it one of the best countries in the world to go on safari.

Can you see tigers in Sri Lanka?

Sadly, there are no tigers in Sri Lanka as they became extinct here over a millennium ago. The leopard is the main predator in the country with an estimated 800 roaming the parks.

Which national park is better in Sri Lanka?

Because of its huge population of animal species (44 species of mammal and 215 species of bird), such as elephants, leopards, sloth bears, sambars, deer and jackals, Yala National Park is considered the best park to visit on Sri Lanka wildlife tours.

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