TRAVEL AROUND SRI LANKA - WHERE TO GO?

Sri Lanka Tour Customized

Sri Lanka Tour Customized
Sri Lanka Tour Customized

Sri Lanka Tour Customized

There are two maps of Sri Lanka shown above with several of the foremost popular sightseeing locations. You can make a variety of the locations you'd wish to visit and inform us of your choice and that we shall revert to you with the Tour Plan and number of days required to see all the selected locations.

The best time to visit the west and south coasts (beach areas) is from October to March, while the best weather on the east coast is from April/May to September.

Though temperatures are a reasonably constant 27°–29°C all year round, this region experiences the Yala Monsoon Season from April to September. During this era the wettest months are April, May, and June. Most of the beach hotels are during this region.

If you are looking to spend time on the beach get there during the months between October and March which promise the best weather – through a downpour cannot be ruled out.

October to March – best to go to west and southern coastline

Includes: Chilaw within the west, Galle within the south, and therefore the capital Colombo within the south-west

Best time to go to Central Hills is all year round (except in October and November)

Includes: Kandy, Nuwara Eliya, and Peradeniya Botanical Gardens

April to September – the best time to visit Eastern and Northern areas

Includes: Eravur, Passikudah, and Trincomalee in the east and Habarana and Vavuniya in the north and Trincomalee in the northeast

We shall then provide you with the cost/quotation. Alterations can always be done before you make the final decision. Kindly fill in the Bookings Form here: Customized Holiday Packages Booking Sri Lanka providing us with all the necessary details so that we can revert to you at the earliest on receiving the filled-in form.

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