Travel Sri Lanka in
Weather, when to go, What to do?
As much as the South West Moonsoon blow strong the Downsouth and the West side. The North and East side offer in June absolutely amazing dry & sunniest days you could imagine. The sea will be as quiet as a bathtube with stunning yellow sand beach for those want to beach & sunbathing chilling, snorkeling & scuba diving will be in Nilaveli & Trincomale, to grab some wave will be in Arugam Bay and Kitesurf ride lagoon with super swell will be in Kalpitiya & Mannar.
Wildlife will be pump up in June across Kumana, Galoya, Yala, Wilpattu, Wasgamuwa, Angamedilla National Park to get the opportunity to spot Sloth Bear as well as been able to compile with others multiple of Wildlife as Leopard, Elephants, crocodile, Chacal, Fox, Wildboar, Buffalo,… and birds in Kumana, Yala, Mannar to spot resident birds
Central & its Cultural Triangle provide you the best weather you could imagine to re-visit Sri Lanka Culture.
The Hill Country will be mostly enter into a sort of Tropical weather where we used to say: “it is raining everyday but not all the day”, still amazing to trek during this month just be more precautious and stand by raining and windy clothes and spare clothes, as between sunny encounters, the rain can kick pretty strongly.
LOOK FOR BEACH LIFESTYLE?
Kalpitiya, Negombo, Bentota, Galle, Weligama, Mirissa, Tangalle, Arugam Bay, Passekudah, Trincomale, Nilaveli, Mannar, Jaffna
Commemorating the initiation of an evolution of a civilization, environmental alertness and spiritual awareness. Remembering the arrival of Indian monk Arhat Mahinda in Sri Lanka in the 3rd century BC. On Poson day, the supporters dressed in white to flock in great numbers at Anuradhapura and Mihintale to attend several religious ceremonies like Bodhi Poojas, Dansalas, Sil campaigns, Poson pandols thoran and lanterns along with Poson devotional songs.
ENCOUNTER THE WILDLIFE?
As every month in Sri Lanka, most National Park all around can be visit, very similar as the month of May, Wasgamuwa, Yala, Wilpattu, Galoya, Angamedilla, Kumana National Parks are at their best to venture in.
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