Popular Sri Lanka Packages
✔Full Day City tour of Kandy
✔ Private transfers
✔Land Transportation by air conditioned chauffeur driven vehicle
✔Full Day City Tour of Colombo
Entrance tickets to all monuments
✔Kandy City Tour
✔Colombo City Tour
✔Cinnamon and Botanical Gardens
✔Chauffeured Vehicle with Guide
✔Full day Colombo City tour
✔Full day Kandy City tour
✔Perideniya Botanical Garden
✔Full day Nuwara Eliya tour
✔Full day Horton Plains tour
✔Full day Bentota City tour
✔Full day Negombo city tour
✔Chauffeured land vehicle with guide
✔Cinnamon Gardens and Sea Street (Colombo)
✔Peradeniya Botnaical Gardens and Cultural Show (Kandy)Shopping Trip in Colombo
✔Land transportation during entire trip
✔Professional courteous chaffeur
✔Kandy City Tour
✔Nuara Eliya Tour
✔Air conditioned vehicle during the entire trip
✔Professional courteous chauffeur
✔Chauffeured land vehicle during the entire trip
✔Full Day City tour of Kandy
✔ Peradeniya Botanical Gardens, Cultural show
✔Full Day Nuwara Eliya Tour
✔Tea Plantation and Factory
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About Sri Lanka
A picturesque island nation nestled in the Indian Ocean, Sri Lanka has allured travellers for centuries and more with its refreshing beaches, extraordinary cultural sites and ancient ruins and tropical rainforests and wildlife. Indeed, a paradise for those with a weakness towards nature and wildlife, Sri Lanka packages glides effortlessly to make it to the top of the list of adventure seekers and nature lovers.
Veritably, very few islands of this tiny tear drop size have managed to claim such a legendary reputation amongst travellers. Nestling at one of the most crucial points geographically, this coastal nation has welcomed diverse cultural imprints into its shores making itself all the more vibrant, eclectic and charming. Travel geeks with a propensity towards mother nature must definitely add Sri Lanka to their bucket list of destinations.
Be rest assured now as the sites and things to do that we are going to suggest you are only the best of the best and are worth every minute and penny of your Sri Lanka packages.
Feel extraordinary as you wake up in the middle of a dense forest with no one around except your caretakers. See stunning terrains, rocky pools, scrub vegetation and spectacular ravines, fresh water lakes around you and feel uplifted. The best way to experience this is by either going on a safari, suitable for both couples and families or to notch it up a level, do overnight camping.
Some of the famous wildlife hotspots are the Yala National Park (leopards), Kumana National Park (birds), Udawalawe National Park and Gal Oya National park (elephants). Hub of exotic wildlife, a wildlife safari is something travellers can’t afford to miss in their Sri Lanka packages.
A Cultural Rendezvous
Sri Lanka is synonymous with Buddhism and the north central plains are marked generously with Buddhist temples, shrines, stupas and ancient monasteries, some standing still since antiquity (2000 years! ) Must add to your list are the Temple of The Sacred Tooth Relic (Kandy), Sigiriya Rock Fortress (Sigiriya), Mihintale, Dambula Rock Cave Temple (made with massive granite outcrop) and Polonnaruwa ( A UNESCO world heritage site blessed with a glorious past).
Dolphin and Whale Watching
Another must do in Sri Lanka packages. Be awestruck as you watch blue whales and dolphins mess around at sea. Book your stay in a sweet beach villa or a simple holiday cottage and go sailing and boat riding amongst the shallow turquoise blue waters in Trincolmalle and Mirissa. The months from July to September are perfect to explore the deep waters due to the calm mood of the sea.
Travellers can add something novel and different to their Sri Lanka tour pacakges. Inhale some fresh tropical air by cycling around the quaint village of Galle and spend a quiet morning / evening and get a chance to see the Sri Lankan way of life. Cycle through paddy fields, mangroves, grasslands, villages and shopping stalls to lift your spirits completely.
End of the day, hit one of Galle’s spas, that’s said to be the best with rejuvenating therapies.
Beach moments and Water Rides
Beach bums have a lot to add to their Sri Lanka packages. Spend a day or two at Bentota beach if you prefer a quiet, serene and clean beach outing and enjoy sun bathing there. You can head to the river for boat rides and surfing and come back and relax for a couple of hours with your book. To pump your nerves further, head to Kalpitiya, a city with 14 islands where tonnes of nerve wracking sports await you ( kite surfing, skateboarding, diving, stand up paddling).
Also, if you find time, visit the Turtle hatchery where you can find different species such the Green Turtle, Olive Ridley , and Leatherback, just 10 to 15 mins ride from South Bentota.
Tea Estate Trailing
Strolling through the tea estates of this magnificent country is surely a defining experience to be added to Sri Lanka packages. Your trip turns truly blissful and memorable as you enter a tea plantation (visit the Pedro estate) , taste freshly brewed samples at an altitude of 6000ft in Nuwara Eliya, a district that is proud of its gorgeous tea plantations and is a must visit during your travel here. Other worth visit plantations are Dambatenne tea factory (Haputale) and Ceylon tea trails in Kandy.
Hike To Adam’s Peak
A 5500 steps trek towards this massive peak can be exhausting but worth it. A striking natural landmark and celebrated pilgrimage point, where you begin hiking from the far end of Dalhousie village to reach the giant standing Buddha. The ascent is generally made at night so that you reach at dawn to witness enigmatic views of the peak’s shadow and surroundings.
Rock Climbing In Bambarakanda
A must do in your Sri Lanka trip. Adventure nerds and fitness enthusiasts can test their nerves by climbing the mighty rocks around the Bambarakanda waterfalls, the highest in Sri Lanka. Conquer the world here via separate paths available both for amateurs and experts.
Dondra Head Lighthouse
Located 6 km Southeast from Matara town, make you ascent of 196 steps to the peak of the lighthouse to feel connected with the vast ocean. Built in the colonial era, the spectacular ocean view and the tranquil air around the lighthouse is a treasure tucked far away from the city hustle. However, you need to take prior permission from the Ports Authority.
10km southeast of Nuwara Eliya, are the Hakagula gardens that has a fine rose garden garden, a beautiful Japanese garden, orchid collection, cedars and giant cypress trees. Avoid visiting during the months of January- March as it is time when they plant the seeds. Overall, a beautiful addition to Sri Lanka packages.
Stuffed with ancient ruins and mystery, this city is one of Sri Lanka’s most intriguing destinations that was inaccessible for hundreds of years until it gained its place rightfully on the world map. Tucked away beautifully with dense jungles, Anuradhapura houses the ancient world’s largest structures, the 3 main dagobas that are a sight to behold. Maha Bodhi, a tree that was said to be grown out of the original Bodhi tree under which Buddha attained salvation is found here.
Yes, Indian Nationals require a visa to enter Sri Lanka. Also, you will need to obtain an ETA (Electronic Travel Authorization) before you arrive in the country. The ETA is for tourists, transit travellers and short term business travellers and can be obtained online.
Once issued, you will receive a 30 day short visit permit at the entry port in Sri Lanka. To book a Sri Lanka Tour Package for more than 30 days, you need to contact the Sri Lankan embassy prior to arrival with a bonafide reason for your stay
Nationals of all countries need to get the ETA. Nationals of the following countries who wish to visit Sri Lanka for a short visit up to 30 days are exempt from obtaining the ETA.
Republic of Singapore
Republic of Maldives
Republic of Seychelles
The best and drier seasons here are from December- March on the South and West coast and in the hills, and from May- Sept in the East coast. Overall, Sri Lanka is a year round destination, so you will always find an apt season in some part of the island.
Booking a Sri Lanka tour package during off season has its perks, not only because it is less crowded but also prices and accommodation rates also drop down with additional offers.
Tamil and Sinhala are the official languages of the country. However, English is easily understood by most folks to get around. It is spoken in all major shops, restaurants and hotels.
Rupee is the Sri Lankan currency split into 100 cents. They come in denominations of 10, 20, 50 , 100, 200, 500, and 1000 & 2000.
You are not advised to keep your money and documents in the hotel locker while you are away travelling as most hotels are not responsible for your lost items. Don’t leave your valuables unattended outdoors, (beach, balcony, terrace). We strongly suggest you to keep a record of your Traveller’s Cheque numbers apart from the Travellers cheques. Be wise and keep a bunch of money stashed away separately for smart travel and emergency situations.
No. Smoking and liquor consumption in public is banned in Sri Lanka. The ban also includes enclosed public places like social clubs and restaurants.
The Right Hand Rule
Always accept and offer things with your right hand. Avoid eating with your left hand as it is considered extremely bad manners.
Respect their culture
Like any other country, it is suggested that you respect their cultural differences and welcome them with an open heart. Arrogant travellers should not accept warm and friendly gestures from locals. Stay calm and cheerful during your trip for happy memories.