MOST EXITING BEACH DESTINATIONS
Most exiting safari destinations
Cities rich with culture and history
Eco adventures and picturesque landscapes
Arugam Bay
Arugam Bay, located on the east coast, is a mecca for surfers and nature enthusiasts. This laid-back coastal town is famed for its world-class surf...
Arugam Bay
Nilaveli
On the northeast coast of Sri Lanka, Nilaveli is a pristine and serene beach destination. Known for its white sandy beaches and crystal-clear waters, Nilaveli...
Nilaveli
Passikudah
Passikudah, also on the east coast, is famous for its long stretch of shallow coastline and calm waters. The shallow bay, fringed with golden sands,...
Passikudah
Negombo
Negombo, situated on the west coast of Sri Lanka, is a captivating beach destination that seamlessly blends relaxation with vibrant local culture. The beaches in...
Negombo
Bentota
Nestled along the southwest coast, Bentota is a paradise for water enthusiasts and nature lovers alike. The beaches in Bentota are postcard-perfect, offering a serene...
Bentota
Balapitiya
For those seeking a tranquil escape along the southern coast, Balapitiya is a hidden gem. Known for its quiet and pristine beaches, Balapitiya offers a...
Balapitiya
Hikkaduwa
Located on the southwestern coast of Sri Lanka, Hikkaduwa is a vibrant and lively beach destination renowned for its dynamic atmosphere. The beaches of Hikkaduwa...
Hikkaduwa
Unawatuna
Unawatuna, situated near Galle on the southern coast, is a picturesque beach town with a laid-back charm. The crescent-shaped beach is fringed with palm trees,...
Unawatuna
Galle
Galle, although primarily recognized for its historic fort, boasts some stunning beaches along its coastline. The Galle Fort, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, stands as...
Galle
Mirissa
Nestled on the southern coast, Mirissa is a captivating beach destination renowned for its pristine shores and laid-back ambiance. The crescent-shaped bay offers golden sands...
Mirissa
Wasgamuwa National Park
Nestled in the central part of Sri Lanka, Wasgamuwa National Park is a hidden gem for wildlife enthusiasts. Renowned for its diverse ecosystems, the park is a haven for elephants, hosting a significant population. Beyond...
Wasgamuwa National Park
Minneriya National Park
Minneriya, located in the North Central Province, is famous for its expansive Minneriya Tank, which becomes a gathering point for large herds of elephants during the dry season. The "Gathering," as it is known, is...
Minneriya National Park
Kumana National park
On the southeast coast of Sri Lanka, Kumana National Park is a paradise for bird lovers. Renowned for its avian diversity, Kumana is a significant bird sanctuary, attracting migratory birds, waterfowl, and indigenous species. The...
Kumana National park
Udawalawe National Park
Udawalawe, situated in the southern part of Sri Lanka, is a thrilling safari destination renowned for its vast landscapes and diverse wildlife. The park is particularly famous for its large population of elephants, providing visitors...
Udawalawe National Park
Sinharaja National Park
For those seeking a unique and biodiverse safari experience, Sinharaja National Park in the southwestern part of Sri Lanka is a captivating choice. Recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Sinharaja is a tropical rainforest...
Sinharaja National Park
Yala National Park
Yala, located in the southeastern part of the country, stands as one of the most iconic and diverse safari destinations in Sri Lanka. The park is renowned for its leopard population, making it a prime...
Yala National Park
Kandy
Nestled in the lush hills of central Sri Lanka, Kandy is a city steeped in cultural and historical significance. Home to the Temple of the Tooth Relic, a sacred Buddhist site, Kandy is a UNESCO...
Kandy
Anuradhapura
Anuradhapura, an ancient capital and UNESCO World Heritage Site, stands as a testament to Sri Lanka's historical and religious heritage. Home to some of the oldest and most significant Buddhist monuments, including the sacred Bodhi...
Anuradhapura
Polonnaruwa
Polonnaruwa, another UNESCO World Heritage Site, served as the second ancient capital of Sri Lanka. The city boasts well-preserved ruins that provide insights into the Chola and Sinhalese civilizations. The Gal Vihara, with its magnificent...
Polonnaruwa
Dambulla
Dambulla, located in the central part of Sri Lanka, is famed for its historic cave temple complex, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The Dambulla Cave Temple, also known as the Golden Temple of Dambulla, houses...
Dambulla
Sigiriya
Sigiriya, often referred to as the "Lion Rock," is an iconic archaeological site that attracts visitors with its ancient rock fortress and stunning frescoes. A UNESCO World Heritage Site, Sigiriya boasts a remarkable blend of...
Sigiriya
Kataragama
Kataragama is a sacred and multicultural city in the southeast of Sri Lanka, revered by Buddhists, Hindus, and indigenous Vedda people. The city is home to the Kataragama Temple complex, dedicated to Lord Kataragama, a...
Kataragama
Ella
Ella, nestled in the central highlands of Sri Lanka, is a haven for eco-adventurers and nature enthusiasts. Surrounded by lush tea plantations and mist-covered mountains, Ella offers breathtaking landscapes and numerous trekking opportunities. The iconic...
Ella
Nuwara Eliya
Known as "Little England," Nuwara Eliya is a charming hill station surrounded by verdant tea estates and misty landscapes. The cool climate, colonial architecture, and picturesque scenery make Nuwara Eliya a perfect retreat for nature...
Nuwara Eliya
Kithulgala
Situated amidst the scenic Kelani River and dense rainforests, Kithulgala is an eco-adventure hotspot. Famous for its white-water rafting experiences along the Kelani River, Kithulgala offers a thrilling blend of adventure and natural beauty. The...
Kithulgala
Adam’s Peak
Adam's Peak, or Sri Pada, is not only a revered pilgrimage site but also a stunning eco-adventure destination. The challenging ascent to the summit rewards trekkers with breathtaking panoramic views of the surrounding landscapes. The...
Adam’s Peak