• Activities

    White Water Rafting

    Feel the adrenaline rush when you’re speeding down the rapids of the Kitugala and Kelani River. This sporting activity will challenge the expert rafters and be a thrilling experience to the new comers.

    Scuba Diving & Snorkeling

    Sri Lanka offers the diving enthusiasts of the world with beautiful and breathtaking dive sites situated along the coastline. Namely Hikkaduwa, Nilaweli, and Kalpitiya.

    Whale and Dolphin watching

    Around 26 species of Cetaceans are found in the Indian Ocean and the Bay of Bengal. You can enjoy viewing these majestic creatures from November to March in Alankuda Beach, Kalpitiya in the west coast, from January to April in Mirissa in the south and from June to September in Trincomalee in the east coast.

    Elephant Riding Safari

    This activity is by far the most popular attraction in Sri Lankan tourism. You can enjoy a thrilling Elephant back ride whilst interacting with the animal. You can also take a scenic route through the wilderness. Only a few places in Sri Lanka offers this magnificent ride and they are Pinnawala, Habarana and Sigiriya.

    Turtle Hatchery

    Sri Lanka is an ideal location to watch turtles. Records show that about five turtle species nest along certain areas in the coast lines of the country. The best places to engage in this activity are Rakwa and Kosgoda.

    Cultural Dance Show

    Sri Lanka is renowned in the world for the Kandy cultural dance show. Traditionally there are many varieties of the Kandyan Dances. This fascinating dance includes the sensational fire eating act and rubbing fire on their bodies.

    Ayurveda Treatment

    This ancient healing process has been used in Sri Lanka and India for over five thousand years, carried over by oral tradition. Ayurveda uses medicines that are found in nature, and it focuses on preventing diseases. It is a perfect remedy for the overworked and stressed body. When visiting Sri Lanka be sure to reserve an Ayurvedic treatment to revitalize your body and mind.

    Bird Watching

    There are over 200 resident species in Sri Lanka which makes it an Ornithologists’ Paradise. Kumana, Bundala, forest and Kaudulla are bird sanctuaries located in the island.