Sri Lanka is one of the most exotic getaways in the world. Surrounded by the azure Indian Ocean, this island paradise has contrasting landscapes, stretches of golden sandy beaches and a wealth of wildlife and culture to discover. It is home to 8 UNESCO World Heritage Sites, 15 national parks showcasing spectacular wildlife and nearly 500,000 acres of lush tea estates. The island is blessed with waterfalls, rivers, jungles, rain forests and fertile lands for an abundance of rice fields. Sri Lanka is a year-round destination. The best time to experience the south-west coast, where most beach resort are found is from November to April. The ancient city areas as well as the eastern coastal regions are usually visited from April to September, whilst the central highlands are pleasant and cool from January to April.

The famed Ceylon Tea grows in the central highlands of Sri Lanka, making it the world's tea capital. Despite being a few hours away from the rest of the country, the hill region stands out as a stark contrast to the surrounding terrain. There are magnificent mountain panoramas all around, as well as cascading waterfalls, foggy hill tops, sloping green valleys, and breathtaking plains. It boasts the ideal height for growing some of the world's best tea and a slew of tea plantations reaching far and wide. The country's north central region is a rich mine of old towns, monuments, palace ruins, temples, and intact Buddhist stupas. It encompasses two-thirds of Sri Lanka's Cultural Triangle.a region dotted with historically significant locations There are several religious sites in the area, notably the Enlightenment Tree.

Sri Lanka's south-west, south-south, and east shores offer a spectacular tropical coast. Discover Arugam Bay, the'surfing capital of the world,' whale and dolphin viewing in Mirissa, watersports in Tangalle, a historic sea fort in Galle, and scuba diving in Hikkaduwa. Sun, waves, vistas, and aquatic delights abound on your beach vacation in Sri Lanka.


Sri Lanka is one of the world's most exotic vacation destinations. This island paradise, surrounded by the turquoise Indian Ocean, boasts varied landscapes, miles of golden sandy beaches, and a richness of species and culture to discover. It has eight UNESCO World Heritage Sites, 15 national parks with incredible wildlife, and approximately 500,000 acres of luscious tea farms.


Sri Lanka is massive in many ways. Not in terms of size – the Indian Ocean island is rather small – but in terms of the enormity of its beauty: the ancient temples, the breathtaking beaches, the lushness that seems difficult to contain. But the charm of Sri Lanka may also be found in modest, daily moments. Coconuts, coconuts, coconuts. The swooping fruit bats may also be found everywhere. The initial taste of rice and curry was followed by an Arrack sour. And the warm, Sri Lankan friendliness you'll find everywhere you go.