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Things to do in Sri Lanka


Yala,Vilpaththu,Minneriya,Udawalawa, National Parks Safari

The Jeep Safari through the National park forest will be unforgettable adventure for you. You will be able close encounter wild elephants and other animals reaming gin heard and doing their daily routines.

Yala Park is the larges national park in Sri Lanka. It includes multifarious ecosystems ranging from Moist monsoon forests, to dry monsoon forests, semi deciduous forests, thorn forests, grasslands, fresh water and marine wet lands and sandy beaches with wide varieties of wild animals and plants. It consist of two main rivers flow through the park

About 32 species of mammals, 125 species of birds and many reptiles and lagoon fauna species have been recorded in the park. The vegetation ranges from open parkland to dense jungle.


Elehpant Rides

Elephant Ride is an wounderful experience to have in Sri Lanka. There are onlya few places to do elephant rides. One place is in Pinnawela near the elephant ophernage and the other place is in Habarana with in the Culturall Triangle.

An elephant back ride is not just a ride on the largest animal in Sri Lanka, it's an unforgettable experience where clients get to interact with the elephants as well as enjoy a ride through wilderness areas and beautiful river scenery.

Elephant back ride in Sri Lanka are one of the newest and most thrilling safari experiences in Sri Lanka. These safaris not only make it possible to view wildlife from the back of an elephant, but perhaps more importantly, provide the unique opportunity to share a day in the life of the elephant.


Whale Watching

Sri Lanka is one of the best places in the world to see blue whales in their natural habitat. Sperm whales, killer whales, pilot whales and dolphins are also regularly spotted on whale watching trips organized from Mirissa on the south coast. Since the continental shelf is at its narrowest close to Dondra Head, Sri Lanka.s southernmost point, the deep water provides ideal feeding ground for migrating whales from November to April.

There is 95% chances of spotting Sperm Whales and great chances of spotting Blue Whales as their migration path is just off Dondra Point. We are able to arrange Whale Watching Trips off Dondra Point in a fully insured trawler boat which will last for 3 hours. Also there are good chances of spotting Spinner Dolphins also off Dondra.


Dolphin Watching

Sri Lanka is one of thre best places in the world to see Dolphins. Dolphin watching is a seasonal activity in Sri Lanka, available on the west coast in locations from KALPITIYA and along the SOUTH WEST COAST from November to March while the east coast off TRINCOMALEE is preferable from June to September.

Kalpitiya is the best places for seeing Dolphins. At a time you can witness 1000-1500 Dolphins. We can arrange accommodation in basic holiday cottages to nice beach villas in Kalpitiya area or get boat from Negombo and proceed to Kalpitya by sea.



Sri Lanka is a great place to surfing. The best surf points in Sri Lanka are located on the South and East Coast with Hikkaduwa and Arugam Bay being the busiest, but there are many “secret spots” like Unawatuna, Ahangama, Weligama, Mirissa or Yala where you still can find uncrowded surf.

The gentle swell of the Indian Ocean waves offer many opportunities for surfing. Arugam Bay on the east coast is the island’s top surfing location. For its spectacular scenery and challenging breaks it is well worth the long journey. The south coast has many secluded spots sited fairly close together allowing you to base yourself in one place and be able to try them all.

The surf in Sri Lanka is there on the whole south coast. there are heaps of places that pick up the swell and provide good quality waves, if you want the good stuff you will have to go in season Jan/Feb. Sri Lanka is average in all departments, the surf the people the vibe everything.


Wind Surfing

Wind surfing can be carried out at many places along the coastline from Negombo to Tangalle. Bentota is the unofficial water-sports capital of the island because aside from its gentle rolling surf and beautiful sandy beaches, it also has a river where beginners can gain valuable experience before heading into the ocean.

There are many water sports centers at Bentota offering windsurfing facilities, such as the hiring of boards and sails. The Club Inters port and Sunshine Water sports Center are the main ones. The latter is the only VDWS-certified surf school in the island, providing the training and professional certification of windsurfers. Incidentally, VDWS is the main windsurfing training facility in the world.


White Water Rafting

There is no better or more exhilarating way to discover Sri Lanka's spectacular scenery than white-water rafting down a majestic river. For instance, join the boulder-strewn and picturesque Kelani Ganga (river) above Kitulgala and navigate name-chilling rapids such as Killer Falls and Head Chopper.

The higher-grade rapids of the Sitawaka Ganga and the icy depths of the elevated Kotmale Ganga between Hatton and Nuwara Eliya provide experienced rafters with more of a challenge, while both black-water rafting . carried out in the night three days prior to or after a full moon (poya) day . and white-water kayaking, lend an even more thrilling angle to the sport!


Water Sports

Waterskiing, Banana Boating and Jet skiing

Water skiing, banana boating and jet skiing can also be enjoyed in the calm water of the Bentota River and these fun activities offer excitement for all ages and any skill level. Trincomalee on the east coast offers a fantastic alternative for windsurfers when the south-west monsoon brings strong winds and rough seas.



Wake Boarding and Kite Surfing

In Negombo and Hikkaduwa, the increasingly popular thrill-seeking sports of wake boarding kite surfing are beginning to take off.





Scuba Diving & Snorkeling

A wide coral reef largely surrounds Sri Lanka.s coastline making it ideal for diving. An underwater journey into the aquamarine waters of the Indian Ocean rewards you with glimpses of a totally different world, full of astounding color and life. Home to a magical variety of tropical fish and coral reefs, the calm ocean waters also lay claim to some historic wrecks that offer unusual exploration opportunities.

Sri Lankan warm seas house thousands of marine species for the fascination of any scuba diver. The recreational coral reefs around the island range from depth 5-10 meters to 40 meters. Many ancient wrecks, caves and special reef formations will make a diver to experience best of Scuba Diving. The diving centers and training schools are equipped with the latest scuba gear and internationally qualified instructors.

The monsoon cycle in Sri Lanka ensures that one half of the island's coastal waters are always in season for Swimming, snorkeling & diving. Underwater visibility in the season is good and ranges from 50 to 100 feet.A wide coral reef surrounds Sri Lanka's coast at intervals, from north to south, providing excellent sites for diving and snorkeling. There are 138 species of coral recorded for Sri Lanka. Some of the coral reefs are magnificently colored and beautifully shaped, harbors many tropical fish. Among the most spectacular are the Angel Fish, the dainty Powder-blue Sturgeon, Sergeant-Major, Lion, Unicorn, Clown, Porcupine, and Striped Damse


Trekking and hiking

Trekking and hiking are excellent ways to not only explore a country but also gain an insight into her people, their traditions and beliefs. The hill country offers some of the best terrain and scenery as trails wind through dense forests, up steep mountains, past flowing waterfalls, between fields of tea and through clear rivers that offer a cooling dip. In addition, the paths within the Cultural Triangle offer hikers a chance to abandon the beaten track and discover little-known temples, uninhabited jungle and archaeological remains.

Horton Plains , at an altitude of 2,134m, has a refreshing climate and a variety of walks through unusual high-altitude vegetation. The trek past Baker.s Fall to the dizzying 880m escarpment of World.s End is memorable, and scaling the holy mountain of Adam.s Peak (Sri Pada) is a physical and spiritual experience. The Knuckles Mountain Range is a delight as scenic trails wind through five major forest formations offering hikers the unique opportunity to see a variety of rare and endemic flora and fauna. Nature lovers will also enjoy the Sinharaja Forest Reserve whose biodiversity makes it one of Sri Lanka's seven UNESCO World Heritage Sites.


Sea Planes

If you want to reach your destination without breaking rest whilst also enjoying the beauty of Sri Lanka, you now have the option of chartering a flight on your arrival at Bandaranayake international airport to get to Kandy in approximately 30 minutes, Dambulla in the cultural triangle in 30 mts, Bentota in 25 mts, and as far away as Trincomalee and Anuradhapura in 40mts. more..



Helicopter Tours

Helitours Sri Lanka, the air passage transport unit of SLAF Sri Lanka Air Force operates helicopter tours Discover Serendipity. Helitours Sri Lanka, the largest and premier domestic air service in Sri Lanka launched to meet the needs of domestic air service in Sri Lanka in the year 1972. Helitours aim is to offer domestic air passage services for the general public at lowest possible air fares. more..


Mount Lavinia Beach
Just 12 km from south of Colombo.

Mount Lavinia is the most popular beach because of its close proximity to the capital.

Nilaveli Beach
14 km from Trincomalee.

Nilaveli is a water sports hub. Fishing, angling, water skiing, snorkeling- all are here for you.

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Surfing Lessons

Price from 40$ per hour


Price from 50$ per hour

Although the swell all around Sri Lankan is seasonal, one exception is the Weligama beach break where surf is available all year around for beginner and advanced.

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Coco Veranda Restaurant
Open: 08.00am-11.30pm

Serving Cuisines: Coffee Shops, Desserts And Sweets, Lounge.

The Sizzle Restaurant
Open: 12pm-12am

Serving Cuisines: Semi Fine Dining, Multi-cuisine, Mongolian.

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