• Sun, Sand, Sea and natural habitat make up the diverse landscape of Sri Lanka. Indulge your adventurous side in Yala & Minneriya and treks through the mountains in Ella, wander the Grand Bazaar in Colombo & Kandy, and go on a pilgrimage to the architectural wonders that are the Great Sthupha Anuradhapura or experience the rich diversity of knuckles range
  • Bliss for adventurers, or escape from the strenuous and boring life, dramatic landscape and mystical land of surreal beauty. Be the picturesque diminutive golden beaches of Sri Lanka
  • As a pendant enhances the beauty of a slender neck, Sri Lanka does the same in Indian Ocean a. sitting on the southern tip Asia; it is like a glittering pendant the attraction of which can’t be ignored. Romance with nature is at best in Sri Lanka as it has not only pristine beaches but wildlife also enhances the beauty of the nation. There is Yala, Menneriya, Udawalawa, Wilpathhu National Park that would lure you with its wildlife and natural lakes, too. The beauty of the nation is not just congregated in one area but the whole nation is full of natural wonders. Kandy will attract you with its view of mist romancing the hills while Jaffna would serve you with its palate of coastlines.
  • Weather when you Go
  • January
  • A One of the best  month to travel in Sri Lanka, with the beaches along the southern and western coast all expecting plenty of sunshine and minimal rainfall throughout the month, and temperatures averaging at around 30 °C.To the east, the National Parks of Yala and Udawalawe will also be hot and dry.  The hills of the central, and to a lesser extent the Cultural Triangle, are likely to be receiving a little rainfall. Whilst the usual warm weather is expected in the Cultural Triangle,
  •   February 
  • This is one of the great months to travel in Sri Lanka, with the beaches along the southern and western coast all expecting plenty of sunshine (avg temp 30 °C). To the east, the north-eastern monsoon should be starting to wind down, the National Parks of Yala and Minneriya/ Udawalawe will also be hot and dry, although rainfall is expected further to the north and east. Further to the north, the hill  Country are likely to be receiving some rainfall, while warm, dry weather returns to the Cultural Triangle (avg temp: 27 °C). Temperatures in the Tea Country, around Nuwaraeliya, remain cooler.   
  •                                                                                          March 
  • The best overall month for optimum weather conditions throughout Sri Lanka, March is expected to showcase the very best of Sri Lanka across every region. The Temperatures average mid-30s °C. On the east coast, things are also starting to warm up.
    The Cultural Triangle is expecting minimal rainfall, and the usual high temperatures. To the south, Kandy and the hills of the Tea Country also at their finest, as the region experiences some of its lowest rainfall of the year,
  •                                                                                           April 
  • April is certainly among-st the best months for travel in Sri Lanka it’s the month for the traditional New Year festival, although as you head towards May the western and southern coasts, as well as the more central Tea Country, will start to receive a steep increase in rainfall. Throughout the month the beaches in the south and west are still expecting plenty of sunshine and on the east coast it’s also have good , with waves  plenty of sunshine expected.It’s a similar story in the Cultural Triangle, with temperatures heading towards the mid-30s and very little rainfall. To the south, Nuwaraeliya (little England) and the hills of the Tea Country are celebrating the festival with Hose / Motor car races, carnivals.


    Monsoon is bringing rain to the south-west corner of the island: Galle, the southern beaches, the west coast and also into the hill country. Plenty of sunshine punctuates the short, sharp showers, especially during the first half of the month.

    Swimming in the sea on the south and west coasts saw have their red flags out to indicate that sea bathing can be dangerous at this time. The things are brightening up on the east coast (avg temp: 29 °C), so for R&R time in May and the best chance of sunshine,

    Temperatures remain high in Sigiriya / Polonnaruwa and also Kandy (avg temp: 32 °C), with minimal rainfall. The Tea Country region also sees minimal rainfall and pleasant temperatures that hover around the mid-20°C’s. Month of May mark the end of Adam’s Peak pilgrimage season.


    The western and southern coastal areas remain under the influence of the summer monsoon; can expected number of days without rain. Beach days remain a possibility. With dry and bright weather expected as beach lovers turn their attention to the east coast beaches. Temperatures remain high and rainfall is at a minimum (avg temp: 32 °C).


    The western and southern coastal areas remain under the influence of the summer monsoon, despite the monsoon; it is not unusual to go just the odd tropical downpour in the afternoons, making beach days still very much a possibility.

    The east coast, with dry and bright weather expected. Further north in the Cultural Triangle, temperatures remain high, and rainfall is at a minimum. Hot and dry winds sweep over.


    the summer monsoon still blowing in from the Indian Ocean  the south and west coast regions usually experience a significant dip in rainfall during August compared with the months either side….a little sunshine sandwich! Temperatures remain high on the coast (avg temp: 29 °C) whilst up in the hills it can be chilly at night.

    August one of the few months that beach lovers can have their pick of Sri Lanka’s beaches. Further north in the Cultural Triangle temperatures remain high and rainfall is law.


    The high rainfall expected along the western and southern coasts (avg temp: 28°C). Rainfall also increases in the hill Country, although further north, in the Cultural Triangle, drier weather is expected, with plenty of sunshine.

    The east coast is expecting its final month of good weather, meaning that towards the end of the month rainfall is expected to increase,


    Rainfall remains high on the coast and temperatures are well below their annual peak. Rainfall is also high in the hill Country, although hot dry weather is expected further north in the Sigiriya.


    In the west and along the southern coast, the rainfall starts to decline and plenty of sunshine is expected.

    In the north and along the east coast, rainfall is also on the increase, making November one of the wettest months of the year country-wide.


    As the recent unsettled weather fades away, plenty of sunshine and dry days are expected as peak beach conditions return. Up in the hills the rainfall also drops slightly.

    Further north in the Cultural Triangle, rainfall is still high, especially by the end of the month. In the north and along the east coast, rainfall continues to be high