Inbound to Sri Lanka

When are you going?

Your travel dates?

Dates Flexible
Dates Fixed

Stay?

Number of People Travelling

Number of Rooms

Target Price Range per room, per night?

Holiday Preference?

Beach
Cultural
Shopping
Wildlife
Adventure

Additional Activities?

White Water Rafting
Jewellery Shopping
Elephant Orphanage

Email

Name

Additional Comments

Scenic

Kandy

Kandy

115 km from Colombo in the central hills of Sri Lanka, Kandy is a busy and scenic city and the cultural and historical citadel of the central hills. Highlights in Kandy include the famous Temple of the most sacred Tooth Relic, The Peradeniya Botanical Gardens, The Gommonwealth War Cemetery & the colourful and busy marketplace to name a few. It is also renowned for its arts & craft. The festival of the Temple of the most sacred tooth relic, one of the most spectacular pageants in Asia takes place in Kandy during the month of July/August.


Pinnawela

Pinnawala

Started in 1972 the Elephant Orphanage was relocated to at the present site in 1975 bathing time at Ma Oya just in front of the orphanage is sharp at 10.00am and 2.00pm. Feeding time is about an hour earlier.






Nuwara Eliya

Nuwara Eliya

180 km from Colombo, the winding roads to Nuwara Eliya take you through the verdant and scenic hill country of Sri Lanka, The town was founded by Sir Samuel Baker as a retreat for the British during the colonial era. Highlights in Nuwara Eliya include an 18 - hole golf course, The Victoria Park, ideal for bird watching during the quiet times, early morning and later in the evening. It is a popular picnic spot for the locals during the day time. Fishing and boating on Lake Gregory, Horse riding and trout fishing in the many streams found in Nuwara Eliya are some of the popular pastimes in Nuwara Eliya.


Horton Plains

Horton Plains

20 km South of Nuwara Eliya, The Horton Plains National Park covers an area of approximately 32 square kilometres and the landscape is a mix of highland forest and wet grass land. Species found here include Leopard, Sambar, Elk and the endemic Purple Faced Langur. Six of the endemic highland birds found here include the Dull Blue Flycatcher, Sri Lanka White Eye, Sri Lanka Wood Pigeon, Sri Lanka Bush Warbler, Yellow Eared Bulbul and Black Throated Munia.

A popular tourist attraction inside the park is ‘Worlds End’, a cliff with a sheer drop of 1050 metres.


Bandarawela

Bandarawela

210 km from Colombo, and reputed to have the healthiest climate on the island Bandarawela is the perfect base from which to explore the Southern region of Sri Lanka. Exploring the hills around Bandarawela is a delightful experience. Popular landmarks around Bandarawela include Pilkington Point, Liptons Seat & Catherines Seat in the Poonagala hills are locations that offer breathtaking and panoramic views. The Dowa Rock Temple just 5 km away has a large rock carving of the Lord Buddha and some interesting murals.


Ella

Ella

10 km from Bandarawela, Ella boasts of some of the best views in Sri Lanka. Some of the highlights around Ella include Rawana Falls where according to the Ramayana legend, Rawana hid the beautiful Indian princess Sita in a cave hidden behind the falls. Diyaluma falls, the second highest waterfall in Sri Lanka & the 16th century Bogoda Bridge; the only roofed wooden Kandyan Bridge left in Sri Lanka to name a few.


Adams Peak

Adams Peak

65 km from Colombo, Adams Peak the sacred mountain stands 2243 metres high. It is a pilgrimage site for followers of the four main religions in Sri Lanka; Buddhism, Hinduism, Islam & Christianity. The source of this belief is a rock found near the summit of the mountain with an imprint that bears resemblance to a foot. The Buddhist believe it was made by the Lord Buddha on his first visit to Sri Lanka, the Hindus claim it was made by God Siva during his dance of creation, the Muslims believe it was made by Adam when he was cast out of the garden, and the Christians believe it was made by St Thomas on his visit to the island. The best time to ascend the mountain is during the season between December & March. Watching the sunrise from the top of Adams Peak has been described as one of the most spectacular sights in Sri Lanka.

Upcoming Events

Cricket

Goa Tour

Aara
Cosy, Comfortable and Affordable Bungalow.....

Current time in sri lanka