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Marco Polo once said that Sri Lanka was a tropical island with boundless beauty and beaches embraced in its rich ethnicity and heritage. This is what makes Sri Lanka extraordinary and it's our recommendation for those who are looking for a holiday with a rich cultural experience. As you arrive here, the mystique perseveres unfurl before the senses. The soothing warm air, the rich green foliage, the luxuriant swirls of the Sinhalese alphabet and the kaleidoscope of people and spices on display in the markets enthrals you right away.

Often called the island of natural miracles, Sri Lanka has white sandy beaches, serendipity at its best, lush greenery, exciting adventures, amazing wildlife and a host of luxury resorts, spas and tourist destinations for you to discover.

You can engage in a wide selection of activities like Canoeing & Kayaking, White Water Rafting, Hiking and Trekking or even go on the unusual Elephant Safari or Cave Excursions. For adventure lovers, we recommend the recently developed Diving, Whale watching and Surfing sites. Paragliding and Ballooning are slowly becoming an interesting way to discover this tropical island as well. The warm and friendly smiles of the people await you in the Isle of Sri Lanka. Come experience and enjoy!

Quick Facts

Size:  65,525 sq km
Location:  An island off the south-eastern cost shores of India, 880 km north of the equator, in the Indian Ocean.
Capital: Sri Jayawardenepura
Commercial Capital: Colombo
Population: 20,926,315 million
Languages: Sinhala, Tamil and English are widely spoken throughout Sri Lanka


Sri Lanka climate is ideal for holiday-makers throughout the year. The south-west monsoon brings rain to the western, southern and central regions from May to July, while the north-eastern monsoon is from December to January.


Sri Lanka follows decimal currency system in Rupees (Rs.) and cents (Cts.)