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Sri Lanka is a paradise for nature lovers – we will introduce you to the most beautiful and unspoilt spots.
With varying climates and Geography packed into a small island Sri Lanka offers a range of adventures from the top of the mountains to the depths of the oceans.
Other than taking a dip in the oceans or snorkeling, scuba diving and surfing are the most popular beach sports in the country. Scuba diving has long history in the country. Today the oceans filled with coral gardens, multitude of exotic fish and ancient wrecks Sri Lanka offers one of the best diving experiences in the world. Although comparatively new to the country surfing too has made its mark in the Southern and Eastern coasts of the island for the last twenty five years. The sea around Sri Lanka is also one of the most challenging marine game fishing locations while white water rafting, Kayaking and canoeing are some of the relatively new water sports practiced in the country.
With multitude of roads winding through expanding mountains, lush green forests, paddy fields, parks and sleepy villages, Sri Lanka also offers many opportunities to keen hikers and trekkers. Trail blazing through the tracks and paths on horse or elephant back too is a novel experience introduced recently.
Experience the thrills of crumbling rocks beneath the feet, head spinning heights and the earth expanding beneath when conquering many mountains of Sri Lanka or take over waterfall climbing with exciting climbs like the rock face of Bambarakanda waterfall, the tallest in the country.
With many adventures packed within a few miles of each other Sri Lanka is an adventure itself waiting to happen.
The ideal destination to start off your Sri Lankan adventure; the location of the movie “The Bridge on the river Kwai”. Here you will explore and experience nature at its best.
Available with safety gear, modern rafts and a comprehensive safety briefing. Experienced rafters may take on the 8km stretch that includes 5 major rapids.
where the most popular trail for climbing Adam’s peak starts. After an early but good nap you will start ascending the 2,243 metre Adam`s Peak slightly after midnight.
The 5000 steps to reach the summit would usually take 4-6 hours depending on your level of fitness. The effort will be fully rewarded with an amazing cultural experience during pilgrimage period as well as a spectacular sunrise and views at the summit. We do not recommend attempting the climb during May to August during the southern monsoons as it could be hazardous.
A gorgeous little town tucked away in the hill country of Sri Lanka with quaint hotels, cafes and brimming with a hip and youthful lifestyle.
which is among the most popular hiking destinations in Sri Lanka, with some amazing treks that venture through plantations and wilderness with spectacular views along the way.
Your guides will provide you with all the information you need to decide your activity as you go along.