Sri Lanka Tour Packages

Sri Lanka is one of the most beautiful countries located in the southern part of the Indian Subcontinent known for its historical sites and several locations related to the epic tales of the Mythology characters. The country is also known as the Pearl of the Indian Ocean.

The land of Sri Lanka is known for its rich wildlife, religious sites, national parks and lush tea gardens that attract tourists from all over the world. The country was ruled by colonial rulers from Britain, Portugal and the Netherlands due to which there are multiple colonial architectures that symbolize the colonial era.

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Holidays Packages in Sri Lanka

Popular Sightseeing Locations in Sri Lanka

Img Credit: Manelka Jayasundara on wikimedia Yala National Park

Yala National Park

Explore the rich wildlife of Sri Lanka at Yala National Park located in the South-East part of Sri Lanka. The park is known for being home to many animal species including Sloth Bear, Leopards, and Elephants. The park also offers its visitors jungle safari activities allowing them to explore the rich wildlife through the dense forest of Yala National Park.

Img Credit: AntanO on wikimedia St. Anthony’s Church

St. Anthony’s Church

St. Anthony’s Church is one of the most popular places to visit in Sri Lanka known for its festivals that welcome devotees from all parts of the world. The church was rebuilt in the year 1806 and homes the statue of St. Anthony was protected under a bulletproof glass container.

Img Credit: PurpleUnicorn 95 on wikimedia Mahiyanganaya Sorabora Lake

Mahiyanganaya Sorabora Lake

Mahiyanganaya Sorabora Lake is a beautiful lake that must be added to the list of your tour itineraries in Sri Lanka. This is a manmade lake built by King Dutugemunu and is known for its lush greenery, tropical climatic conditions and scenic natural beauty making it an ideal place for honeymooners.

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The capital city of Sri Lanka, Colombo is one of the most popular tourist destinations that attracts its visitors with stunning beaches, delicious foods, and warm hospitality. Being under the rule of Colonial rulers the city is also known for being home to heritage sites and monuments that reflect architectures similar to Britain and Portugal.

Img Credit: Gamlath Ralalage Kassapa Dewmini Gamlath on wikimedia St. Clairs Falls

St. Clairs Falls

St. Clairs Falls located in Talawakelle, is a picture-perfect place that is popular among nature lovers due to its lush greenery and serene atmosphere. The waterfall is comprised of two major waterfalls located along the Kotmale River. Also known as Little Niagara of Sri Lanka, the place is among the must-visit places of Sri Lanka.

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Peace Pagoda

The Peace Pagoda of Ampara is one of the eighty Peace Pagodas located all over the world built by Nichidatsu Fuji as a symbol of peace and non-violence among all the religions of the world. There are another four pagodas located in different parts of Sri Lanka. The place is known for its serene atmosphere and stunning architectural qualities.

Img Credit: Binuka poojan on wikimedia Sigiriya


Sigiriya is an ancient rock fortress built by King Kasyapa that dates back from more than 1600 years. Known the be the private residence of King Kasyapa the 200m high rock fortress is surrounded by gardens and other structures. Sigiriya Fortress is a perfect place to visit in Sri Lanka if you have an interest towards ancient places.

Img Credit: Felix Krohn on wikimedia International Buddhist Museum

International Buddhist Museum

The International Buddhist Museum is one of the most visited places in the country which is regarded as the base to showcase the spread of Buddhism all over Asia. The museum holds separate rooms dedicated to different countries that show the illustrations of Buddhism of a particular country.

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Food & Culture

Sri Lanka is well known for its offering of its cuisines including seafood, vegetarian and non-vegetarian dishes. Being located in the Indian Ocean most of the dishes include seafood such as crabs, squids, prawns and many more. However, tourists can also relish to range of sub-continental dishes including chicken and mutton curries.

Being located in the Indian Subcontinent, most of the cultures are similar to Buddhist and Indian traditions. The country follows rich customs and rituals which have been passed on by generations dating back more than 2000 years. Sri Lanka is also known for its colourful festivals that attract people from all over the world.

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How to Reach

Air : Bandaranaike International Airport is the only airport in Sri Lanka located in Colombo that offers direct flights with the rest of the world mainly Europe, Asia and Australia.

Sea  Sri Lanka can be reached by hopping onto a passenger ferry from the Nagapattinam of Tamil Nadu, to Kankesanthurai of Sri Lanka. 

Best time to visit

December to April is regarded as the best time to visit Sri Lanka. During this time the country hosts several festivals and is considered the peak season of tourism in Sri Lanka.