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The distance of the Sri Lankan railway network is 1508km. The railway network has spread throughout the country’s Western, Northern, Southern, Eastern, and Uva provinces. This is an awesome experience for any tourist to get. The train passes hills, paddy fields, tea gardens, tunnels, rivers, cities, rural villages, and forest covered.
The Kandy-Colombo railway connects the country’s two major cities. This tour is marvelous for those who love to see the beauty of the Western, Sabaragamuwa, and Central Provinces. The Kandy to Ella Train Tour is considered the best train tour in Sri Lanka. It is famous for its spectacular views of the Central Highlands. The train passes beautiful tea gardens, landscapes, dense forests, and waterfalls. So, many tourists don’t miss the train tour.
The Colombo-Galle train trip is a magnificent way to view the beauty of the coastal areas in the South-West. The Anuradhapura-to-Jaffna train trip is considered the “Best Northern Train Trip”.
White Water Rafting
This is an adventure activity that you can try out in Sri Lanka. Kithulgala is a small town in the Kegalle District. It is the most famous place for white water rafting in Sri Lanka. You can ride the tides of the Kelani River with a rubber dingy. Your team will be provided with a well-experienced guide and life jackets will be provided for every rider.
The Kotmale River, Mahaweli River, and Sitawaka River are the other best rivers to try this adventure activity. But the Kelani River that flows through Kithulagala is ideal for beginners. This is a nice activity that brings great enjoyment and experience to your life.
Wild Life Safari
This is the activity that you should include in your list. The island is rich in many wildlife sanctuaries and national parks. You can see many wild animals if you visit those places. There are many safari tour providers for tourists.
Sri Lankan Elephants, Leopards, Sloth Bears, Spotted Deer, and Flamingos are some of the wild animals that you can watch during your safari tours. Wilpattu National Park and Yala National Park are famous for their leopard population. Many tourists visit Minneriya National Park for large gatherings of Sri Lankan elephants.
Wasgamuwa, Udawalawa, Kumana, Kaudulla, Gal Oya, and Ridiyagama are the other places that are popular for wildlife safaris in Sri Lanka.
Trekking and Hiking
The central region of Sri Lanka is rich in hilly mountains and forest cover. Those places have become fabulous sites for both hikers and trekkers.
Hiking through the Knuckles Mountain Range, trekking to Pidurangala and Sigiriya, trekking to Ella Rock, trekking to the Hanthana Mountain Range, trekking in Sinharaja Forest, and trekking to the Hortan Plains are all fantastic experiences in Sri Lanka.
The tops of those mountains bring stunning pictures for travelers. ideal for photography. So, don’t forget to bring a camera. There are so many local guides to help you.
Our cycling in Sri Lanka highlights take in the Cultural Triangle, the cool highlands cloaked in lush tea plantations and the breezy southern coast. From ancient temples to bustling spice markets, lofty viewpoints to lazy beaches, it’s all waiting for you.
To the cycling enthusiast, there is no better way to complete your travel vacation other than to cycle through these beautiful places!!
In Sri Lanka ayurveda medicine is based on the country’s centuries old treasure trove of indigenous knowledge base, natural environment and cultural repertory. According to archeological evidence, human civilization dates back 30,000 years. Cave men of that age domesticated many wild plant varieties and used them for food and medicines.
There are many benefits of Ayurveda. To the one who wants to lose weight as well as maintain a healthy body and lifestyle habits, ayurvedic treatments will be the best option.
This is a sport that is suitable for those who love adventure and want to explore the world of under water. Sri Lanka is an island in the Indian Ocean. So, you will meet and see all around the country. This has made certain spots good for snorkeling. The cost of this activity is not very high.
The snorkelers can dive deep and swim along with marine animals. Dalawella is a beautiful beach where you can swim with turtles. You don’t want to be a pro at this activity. There are PADI training centers out there in most of the famous snorkeling spots. The training will make you a pro in this sport.
Hikkaduwa, Pigeon Island, Mirissa and Unawatuna are some of the best spots for this activity. November to April is the best time for snorkeling in Sri Lanka while April to September for east coast.
Hot Air Balloon rides
You’ve never experienced true magic, until you’ve flown in a Hot Air Balloon over Sri Lanka – Paradise Island!!
A once in a life time adventure and the best possible way to enjoy an aerial view of this teardrop nation yes, the only way is to travel in these low flying balloons!!
The memories will last a life time!!
Bathed in warm Indian Ocean currents, and with 1600 km of palm-fringed coastline, Sri Lanka is an amazing dive destination. October-May is high season for diving the west and south-west coast, and May-October is the best time to dive the north-east coast.
To the diving enthusiast in you, your vacation in Sri Lanka will be incomplete with out a great dive in Passekudah and Trincomalee as these places have the best coral reefs on the Eastern Maritime Province seaboard. Hikkaduwa, Unawatuna, Rumassala and Matara have the main fringing reefs along the southern coast. Little Basses and Great Basses off the south coast have the best barrier like reefs in Sri Lanka.
Whale and Dolphin watching
The best way to wind up your vacation in this teardrop shaped island would be is to go to Mirissa on a whale watching expedition!! You will enjoy watching the variety of Dolphins and Whales swimming in the warm waters of the Indian Ocean.
This will be a trip worthy of the Journey!!