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Sri Lanka is one of the finest in the world of its size: endless beaches, warmhearted people, timeless ruins, killer surf waves, mountain covered tea plantations, mind-blowing train rides, and delicious food. Few places have as many UNESCO World Heritage Sites (eight) packed into such a small area.
Lapped by the Indian Ocean, the coast is fringed with idyllic beaches, while the interior boasts a compelling variety of landscapes ranging from wildlife-rich lowland jungles, home to extensive populations of elephants, leopards and rare bird species, to the misty heights of the hill country, covered with verdant tea plantations.
Sri Lanka has a lot to offer. Below we made our own selection of places we think are definitely worth a visit.
The Sri Lankan cuisine has too many nice things to offer to make a proper selection. We did our best to keep the list short and provide you with our most favorite Sri Lankan delicacies.
Sri Lanka has quite a complex climate as it exists of two monsoon seasons. The main southwest (“yala”) monsoon brings rain to the west and southwest coasts and hill country from April/May to September (wettest from April to June). The less severe northeast (“maha”) monsoon hits the east coast from November to March (wettest from November to December). So the best time to visit Sri Lanka is from February to March.
Entering Sri Lanka you need a visa. Before visiting Sri Lanka you should do the following to obtain a 30-day visa:
You also have the possibility to get a visa at a Sri Lankan embassy abroad or at the counter at Bandaranaike International Airport if you arrive without a visa.
Gangodawila (Colombo), Sri Lanka
Habarana (Polonnaruwa), Sri Lanka
Digana (Kandy), Sri Lanka
Morawaka (Galle), Sri Lanka
Colombo, Sri Lanka
Ella (Bandarawela), Sri Lanka