Travel Sri Lanka in
Weather, when to go, What to do?
When the whole east coast and north is dry with sunny beaches, the downsouth will get this tropical climate offering fantastic sun with some rain showers which make the experience travelling through that destination exiting and adventurous, without forgotten an average 29-30 C across the whole island.
What ever the climate could be, venture into any National Parks to get the luck to encounter amazing wildlife, embark on a catamaran to encounter dolphins and Whales from Trincomale, venture into the warm Cultural Triangle, and experience chilled nights at the Hill Country
Grab your Surfboard and ride the best wave around Arugam Bay or Kitesurf and take the North West destination for the consistent wind on superb lagoons
LOOK FOR BEACH LIFESTYLE?
Kalpitiya, Galle, Weligama, Mirissa, Tangalle, Arugam Bay, Passekudah, Trincomale, Nilaveli, Mannar, Jaffna
One of the most important festival of Sri Lanka Tamil community, celebrating God Skanda the hindu war also knows as Lord Muruga. The festival has been held in the city of Colombo for over 140 years. Devotees in bright clothes goes up and down the streets holding chariot parades, tinkling bells and the Kavadi which is the ceremonial offering dance. Unique experience to see often ritual performers piercing their cheek and other body parts
The annual 10 days torchlight parade of dancers and drummer, dignitaries and ornately decorated elephant will kick off this month in Kandy
ENCOUNTER THE WILDLIFE?
Similar as June, most National Park all around can be visit, following the season Wasgamuwa, Yala, Wilpattu, Galoya, Angamedilla, Kumana, Udawalawe National Parks are at their best.
To be able to venture into the sea and encounter magnificent Dolphins as well as blue & sperm whales, Trincomale/Nilaveli (East side) will be the best port to depart on early morning cruises