Customized Tours to Sri Lanka

Examine the two maps above, which include all the original, well-known sightseeing places. It is the simplest method to organize your Customized Tour. You may choose from a selection of the areas you want to visit. Let us know what you want to see, and we'll get back to you with a tour itinerary. And the number of days needed to see everything. Make Your Best Custom Plan and explore Sri Lanka. Make your own choice of sightseeing locations!

Sri Lanka lies between the Bay of Bengal and the Laccadive Sea on the southernmost tip of India. It has a palm-dotted shoreline that stretches for miles. It is close to the equator. Sri Lanka has average annual temperatures of roughly 27°C.

There are two primary monsoon seasons on the Island, making Sri Lanka a year-round vacation destination. Arugam Bay on the eastern coast is too dangerous for surfing. But, the water near Kalpitiya on the western coast, with plenty of Blue Whales, is a viable substitute. There is, thus, always a dry location throughout the year. The ideal months to visit Arugam Bay are July and August.

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The most fair weather on the East Coast is from April or May to September. While the ideal time to visit the west and south coastlines and the hill area is from December to March.

October through March are ideal for visiting the western and southern coastlines.

It includes the capital Colombo in the southwest, Galle, in the south, and Chilaw, in the west.

This area sees the Yala Monsoon Season from April to September. Despite the temperatures being between 27° and 29°C throughout the year. April, May, and June are when it rains the most. In this region of Sri Lanka, most beach hotels exist.

Get there between October and March. It offers the most fair weather, and it can sometimes rain if you want to spend longer at the beach.

Plan your trip between January and March when the ocean is quiet if you want to go swimming. You are more likely to see blue and sperm whales during these months.

April is an excellent month to be there for the Sinhala and Tamil "New Year" celebration season. The festival lasts for about a week. It features a variety of social gatherings where you may sample regional cuisine.

The Esala festivities begin in July, with the significant event occurring at Kataragama. This celebration honours the spiritual lessons that Buddha imparted. Whip crackers, elephants, Hewisi drummers, and stilt walkers are a few attractions.

The second Esala celebration is in August. It lasts for ten days and is comparable to Kataragama. It has fire breathers, jugglers, dancers, musicians, and elephants.

Do take note that throughout May, June, and July, Sri Lankan schools are in session for the second term. Thus, these are the best months to visit Sri Lanka if you desire a peaceful or child-free vacation.

The entire year is an ideal time to visit Central Hills. But not in October and November, as these are usually the wettest months.

It includes the botanical gardens of Kandy, Nuwara Eliya, and Peradeniya.

The Central Hills may be a mountainous region in Sri Lanka's south-central region. The hilly area, which is triangular and extends above 300 meters, makes up around 20% of the entire Island.

The Central Hills has an annual average temperature of around 15° C. It is often tranquil. And more laid back than the coastal regions because of their location and height. The driest and brightest months are January through March. The months with the most rain are October and November.

A great time to explore the Eastern and Northern regions is from April through September.

Its northeastern part is Trincomalee. Its northern parts comprise Passikudah, Eravur, and Habarana.

The Eastern and Northern regions have the primary monsoon season from November to March. November and December are the wettest months. Visit there from April to September to escape the heavy rain.

August and September are often dry and the best months for family vacations. Rain showers are brief and intense during this period.

Visit during the school year, from January through April, when things are quieter.

November and October are the inter-monsoon months.

Heavy flooding and thunderstorms are particularly unpredictable. During the inter-monsoon season and might happen anywhere. On the plus side, there aren't many people around. It's an off-peak season, which is excellent if you don't mind erratic rain.

According to the Hindu calendar, the Deepavali (Diwali) time is the "festival of lights." It occurs every year in October or November. It's a lovely celebration when you can see the luminous houses. Sample local cuisine, and go to Kandaswamy Temple. One of Sri Lanka's most revered Hindu temples.

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