Still having questions before leaving on your trip to Sri Lanka: visa required? immunizations? extra activities to do there?
You are at the right place, we have a list of frequently asked questions and answers and things to do in Sri Lanka.
1. WHEN TO GO ?
Monsoon, summer too humid, mountains too cold… We are here to advise you on the best time to travel to Sri Lanka.
Obtaining a Sri Lankan visa is not that complicated: we will guide you through the process!
Immunisations, prevention, first aid box… The health essentials for your journey through Sri Lanka.
We never know what can happen during a trip, here are our advices for a seamless travel…
SRI LANKA & ITS MUST-TASTE SPECIALTIES
Discover the Sri Lankan cuisine through our best spots… The best rice & curry ? Just right here…
SRI LANKA & MALDIVES : A NICE COMBINATION FOR YOUR HOLIDAYS
Discover the best of these two marvelous islands, between colonial history and idleness…
JAFFNA, AN HISTORICAL CITY OF SRI LANKA !
Everything you should know about the North of Sri Lanka and what to do there is right here!
Whales in Sri Lanka? Yes it’s real! Find out the best spots to see them.
NUWARA ELIYA: THE “SO BRITISH” CITY
Visit this charming british city and explore the tea plantations!
DAMBULLA AND THE GOLDEN TEMPLE
A treasure to visit offering a panoramic view.
Enjoy the amazing landscapes with tea valleys in Sri Lanka.
BENTOTA: THE WORLD-CLASS BEACH RESORT
You’re watersports lover and you’re curious about the culture? You’ll love Bentota!
SRI LANKA: WHERE TO GO ON A SAFARI?
You’re looking to take impressive pictures of the fauna and flora? Choose the best national park to visit!
SIGIRIYA: THE SRI LANKAN LION ROCK
The Sigiriya is a rock of 370 m, and today it’s an archeological site you should visit.
AN UNMISSABLE NATURAL SITE: YALA
Discover this amazing natural parc with species you’ve never seen before.
THE TEMPLE OF THE TOOTH: A SACRED PLACE
The temple of the tooth is a sacred place welcoming loads of visitors every year. A must-do if travelling to Sri Lanka!
Discover the colonial past of Galle through cultural visits. This unique city is symbolic to locals.