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Things To Do In Srilanka

1.Water Sports

Sri Lanka is one of the main surfing spots within the Indian Ocean. High quality waves, peaceful surroundings and un-crowded beaches are some of the assets of the Sri Lankan coast. Surf in the country is mainly localized between the Southwest and Southeast of the Island. The south west and east coast of Sri Lanka have some excellent reef which are well worth investigating Sri Lanka offers palm fringed beaches, which adorn over a 1000 miles of coastline, often twisting and curving into little nooks, bays and coves.

The beach resorts of Sri Lanka offer a variety of water sports ranging as follows:

  • Surfing
  • Wind Surfing
  • Snorkeling
  • Water Sking
  • Wave Boarding
  • Canoeing
  • Scuba Diving
  • Sailing
  • Boating
  • Deep Sea Diving

2. Ayurveda Spa

Srilanka is a world famous destination among travelers for Ayurvedic treatments. There are many Ayurvedic Health Resorts all over the country and some of them are situated in the locations where eco tourism is on focus.Travelers are given an opportunity for take herbal Ayurvedic treatments in an eco friendly environment. We are experienced in organizing tours with Ayurvedic health packages which can be taken from the best Ayurvedic Health Resorts in the country.

3. Adventure

There are many opportunities in Sri Lanka for adventure lovers. The diversity of Sri Lanka has something for everyone who wants to take part in the exhilarating activity of cycling and mountain biking. You may follow a cycling trail through a countryside with rubber plantations or paddy fields or of you are seeking more of a challenge, the Sri Lankan hill country locations offer a number of steeper trails that are only suitable for more experienced mountain bikers. Imagine travelling silently through the bushes on an Sri lankan elephant back, a unique game viewing the landscapes around the rural areas of Habarana or step in to the jungle.Guests have the opportunity to get up close and personal, with these ancient large mammals as the Elephant Back Safari experience is more than just an elephant ride.

Enjoy nature while spending one or more nights at a campsite. Trekking combines hiking and camping in a single trip. A backpacker hikes into the backcountry to spend one or more nights there, and carries supplies and equipment to satisfy sleeping and eating needs. If you are experienced on High Rope or Aerial Rope Adventure, there are both individual and group activities which range from ground level to high up in the trees, situated in the sheltered woods of Ella , Kitulgala and Kuruwita - which are most popular for rope adventure. These places offer another popular adventure activity o Rock climbing. Rock climbing, broadly speaking, is the act of ascending steep rock formations. Normally, climbers use gear and safety equipment specifically designed for the purpose.

For the lovers of white water rafting, kitulgala is the ideal place. Strewn with rock formations and full of rapids, as well as surrounded by tall bamboo trees, this second largest river in the country provides the resources for the white-water rafting capital of Sri Lanka. In addition to these adventure activities there are several opportunities for boating, kayaking and canoeing.

4. Shopping

Shopping in Sri Lanka is excellent value for money. The destination offers exciting shopping for quality garments & fabrics, gems & jewelry, souvenirs, lifestyle items, various memorabilia, and informative colorful coffee table books on various themes of Lanka. At times, especially in the resort areas you will encounter local street sellers offering various goods and excursions; be tolerant of their lack of language and marketing skills. Buying local souvenirs helps the local economy and supports livelihoods.In many areas you can find crafts that are special to that specific area. Buying from producer groups directly not only supports the local workers and their families, it also helps create awareness and education on age old crafts handed down from generations to generations. Your appreciation for local crafts will help revive dying and disappearing arts and crafts.

5. Whale Watching

Sri Lanka is becoming a major spot for watching Whales and Dolphins. Dondra Point of down south in Sri Lanka is the main port of Whale Watching in Sri Lanka during December to April. Out of these months December, January and April are the peak months of sightings. During these months 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. Ample of accommodation options are available as Dondra point can be reach easily from Hikkaduwa, Galle, Unawatuna, Weligama, Mirissa and Tangalle which are popular beach locations in Sri Lanka. Mirissa is the closest point to Dondra Point with good accommodation options.

Kalpitiya is the best places if you are interested in seeing Dolphins. During November to March is the best season to go Dolphin Watching off Kalpitiya. At a time you can witness 1000-1500 Dolphins. We can arrange accommodation in basic holiday cottages to nice beach villas in Kalpitiya area.

Whale and Dolphin watching is also possible during June to September off the eastern shores such as Trincomalee. In addition to these adventure activities there are several opportunities for boating, kayaking and canoeing.

6. Play Golf

Golf in Sri Lanka is a sport steeped in tradition. Golf has been formally played in Sri Lanka for over130 years, and the island is home to the second oldest Amateur Championship in the world. Royal Colombo Golf Club is the second oldest Royal Golf Club in the world outside Britain, and is over 130 years old. The Nuwara Eliya Golf Club which is situated in the hill country is over 120 years old. The Victoria Golf and Country Resort (VGCR) is much younger; built in 1999, VGCR was placed 85th among the most beautiful golf courses in the world. The newest Member is Eagles Golf Links in China Bay, Trincomale owned by the Sri Lanka Air Force.

Sri Lanka Golf Union was founded in 1946. The SLGU now spearheads the movement to advance golf in the island. It is also responsible for organizing the Sri Lanka Amateur Championship which was begun in 1891, and The Sri Lanka Open Birth Place of Golf 1879 In Colombo Golf club

7. Hot Air Ballooning

If you are lucky enough to visit the beautiful island of Sri Lanka then you should take the opportunity to see the wondrous sights from the air. Jumbo over a lakeFlying over the jungle you may see elephants roaming freely, water buffaloes standing in the paddy fields and monkeys swinging from the trees. After an exhilarating flight over the jungle you will be welcomed on landing by friendly villagers who are happy to help pack away the balloon.

kids under 16 years must be accompanied by an adult and kids under 7 years old will not be allowed to take the balloon flight.

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