Beach Holidays in Sri Lanka

In whichever direction you head, you will arrive at some of the most beautiful beaches that are unique to its location. The North Coast abounds in natural beauty that is serene and less frequented, while the East Coast has a lot to offer by way of breathtaking beaches dotted with bays and sheltered coves. Here is also found Arugam Bay known as one of the best surf destinations in the world along with Pigeon Island at Nilaveli in Trincomalee where one can indulge in swimming, scuba diving and underwater photography. The West and South Coasts are the two largest beach destinations in the country. Fringed with palm trees and miles of golden beaches; it is complimented with many star class hotels, restaurants and guest houses. So whatever time of the year you plan to visit Sri Lanka there is a beach destination filled with sunshine waiting to welcome you!



  • Negombo
  • Bentota
  • Hikkaduwa
  • Galle
  • Unawatuna
  • Mirissa
  • Tangalle
  • Arugam Bay
  • Pasikuda
  • Nilaveli
  • Kalpitiya
  • Trincomalee

Culture and heritage

Sri Lanka is a priceless destination when it comes to Culture and Heritage. A 2500 year old legacy has left the country with some of the world’s most valuable heritage. In recognition of its valuable contribution to world culture, UNESCO has declared six Archeological World Heritage Sites in the country; namely

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  • The sacred city of Anuradhapura
  • The ancient city of Polonnaruwa
  • The golden temple of Dambulla
  • The ancient city of Sigiriya
  • The sacred city of Kandy
  • The old town of Galle and its fortifications

In Anuradhapura and Polonnaruwa one can witness enormous Dagabos (Pagodas), the remains of ancient buildings and majestic statues. Sigiriya is a mighty rock fortress that houses the beautiful Sigirya frescoes while the Dambulla Cave temple boasts of the largest and best- preserved cave temple complex in Sri Lanka. The Royal City of Kandy is home to the sacred tooth relic of the Buddha and the location of the colorful Annual Kandy Perahera (procession) and the Dutch Fort in Galle dating back to the mid 17th century is one of the best preserved Fort complexes in the country

Nature and Adventure

Sri Lanka with its changing climates and natural geographic locations is fast becoming a favorite destination for nature and adventure tourism. Are you ready for some adrenalin rush? For the energetic and adventurous there is plenty of activity to indulge in. The country offers excellent opportunity for trekking & camping, white water rafting & canoeing, cave treks, mountain biking & cycling, hot air ballooning, rock climbing, windsurfing, kayaking / canoeing, scuba diving & snorkeling, to whale and dolphin watching, paragliding, mountain climbing and the much more. Be prepared to face the challenges of the cascading waterfalls, rapid rivers and craggy mountains; the fascinating outdoors is waiting to be explored!

  • Kitulgala
  • Ella
  • Bentota

Wildlife Safaris in Sri Lanka

Experience the Wild at its best! Over 15 National Parks and sanctuaries situated all over the island covering approximately 8% of the country’s land mass. Here you are guaranteed to have close encounters with elephant, leopard, sloth bear, deer, monkey, wild boar, wild buffalo and several varieties of reptiles, amphibians and a large number of endemic and migratory bird species in their natural habitat. Of the many National Parks, Yala, Wilpattu, Gal Oya and Udawalawe are the more popular ones. Just imagine being able to actually see and experience Wild Elephants grazing with their calves or Leopard cubs playing playfully in the sunshine, how about watching the animals at the waterhole while they take a few sips before retiring for the night or observing the beauty of a peacock in flight. In Sri Lanka there are close to 91 species of mammals of which 16 are endemic, 171 species of reptiles of which 101 are endemic, 220 bird species of which 20 are endemic, close to 106 species of amphibians of which over 90 are endemic and much more. This immense diversity of flora and fauna has made Sri Lanka one of the top five biodiversity hotspots in the world.

  • Minneriya National Park
  • Wasgamuwa National Park
  • Yala National Park
  • Udawalawe National Park
  • Bundala National Park
  • Wilpattu National Park
  • Sinharaja Rain Forest