Travel Sri Lanka in
Weather, when to go, What to do?
The north-east monsoon get its nose into the whole island, bringing along quite heavy rain & strong winds which could affect the whole island. If you are looking to ride into any National Parks to spotted wildlife, it could be tricky to mentioned with one is the best to go, same for the best beach to be as the weather is mostly unpredictable.
We will preconize mostly the North as well as the East as the weather could offer more lucky sunny days than the rest of the country. The Hill Country could be pouring rain with some sunny spare time.
The sea around the island will be choppy which doesn’t recommend to be swim.
LOOK FOR BEACH LIFESTYLE?
Try out Mannar, Nilaveli, Trincomale, Nilaveli, Arugam Bay, Tangalle, Kirinda unfortunately no guarantee sun expected.
The festival can be in October or November covers a five days offering the main celebration on the last day. Deepavali is widely regarded as the most important festival of the year. Known as festival of lights The legend behind say “Deepavali is the day where the Triumph of light over the darkness which happen long ago between Lord Krishna whose destroyed the tyrant Narakasura in a hard battle” on the 3rd day of the celebration, the Goddess of wealth “Lakshmi” is worshipped
ENCOUNTER THE WILDLIFE?
As this month could be turn to a pouring rainfall on day to day basis, the north and the east will be focus as spotting wildlife & birder in Wilpattu, Mannar, but you also venture into elephant world in Udawalawe, and mixte wildlife as Bundala and Yala (Block 3-5) following to know your day could be pretty wet.
The Hill country will be wet during the day and cold by night fall, if you are a aventurous person, join trek mysty trek into the Horton Plain Pidurangala Range
We won’t preconize to go on cruise to spotted Dolphin and whales as the sea all around the island will be purely choppy.
Yala block 1 will be closed from 01 September until the 31th of October