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Sri Lanka, the Pearl of the Indian Ocean, is an island country located in South Asia. Famous for its fragrant tea plantations, natural beauty, wildlife population, exotic beaches, and spiritual essence, Sri Lanka formerly known as Ceylon is a magnet for all kinds of travelers from families to honeymooners, from solo travelers to friend groups.

Owing to its rich history, diverse culture & spiritual essence, Sri Lanka is one of the most famous holiday destinations in the world. Book our Sri Lanka tour packages and savor the perfect blend of Buddhist culture and exotic beaches.

With our Sri Lanka tour packages you can visit the majestic attractions of Sri Lanka, archaic temples, scenic backdrops, pristine beaches, and surreal views. The gorgeous appearance of beaches, white sands and a combination of magical sunsets, satisfactory food, and sunsets. Scroll down to know the Sri Lanka tour packages price and apprise yourself about the best deals. Muster the information and grab the most exciting offers from below.

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Best 10 Places To Explore Through Sri Lanka Tour Package

When you are traveling to another country for a vacation, the thought of exploring and looking around comes by default. Sri Lanka is a country that is famous for its natural scapes, hills, waterfalls, temples, tea plantations and national parks. Sri Lanka holiday packages take care that you get to visit as many attractions as possible without missing out on anything serene and soothing

Find below a list of places of interest in Sri Lanka.

1. Bentota

  • What’s Special: Beach, Nature
  • Timings: Open 24/7
  • Major Attractions: Bentota Turtle Hatchery, Brief Garden
  • Distance From City: 235.4 km
  • Transportation Options: Auto, private vehicles, buses

Bentota is situated at a distance of 102.8 km from Colombo. The tranquil atmosphere and serene beaches make this city a picture perfect spot. Some of the places to explore in Bentota are Brief Garden, Galapata Vihara, Bentota Turtle Hatchery, Bentota Beach, Moragalla, Cinnamon Island, Galle Dutch Fort, etc.

2. Trincomalee

  • What’s Special: Shrines, temples
  • Timings: Open 24/7
  • Major Attractions: Sri Pathrakali Amman Kovil, Fort Frederik, Koneswaram Temple
  • Distance From City: 108.2 km
  • Transportation Options: Auto, private vehicles, buses, cabs

Even though situated at a distance of 265.2 km from Colombo, Trincomalee is a destination worth exploring. It is a port city that is home to many shrines, temples, and incredible statues. Some of the things that one must explore in Trincomalee are Nilaveli Beach, Sri Pathrakali Amman Kovil, Fort Frederik, Koneswaram Temple, etc. One of the highlights of visiting Trincomalee is whale watching.

3. Negombo

  • What’s Special: Sandy beaches, resorts
  • Timings: Open 24/7
  • Major Attractions: The Old Dutch Fort, The Angurukaramulla Temple, The Dutch Canal
  • Distance From City: 152.1 km
  • Transportation Options: Auto, private vehicles, buses, cabs

Situated on the west coast of Sri Lanka, Negombo is just 37 km away from the capital city Colombo. Thus, making it very easy to reach by different means of transport. The town is famous for its incredible palm-fringed shoreline. Some of the places that you must visit on your trip to Negombo are The Old Dutch Fort, The Angurukaramulla Temple, and The Dutch Canal. Moreover, it is also an apt location for a boat trip, canal sailing, etc.

4. Polonnaruwa

  • What’s Special: Greenery, ancient architecture, aesthetic buildings
  • Timings: Open 24/7
  • Major Attractions: The Royal Palace, The Shiva Devale No. 2, The Sacred Quadrangle
  • Distance From City: 70.5 km
  • Transportation Options: Auto, private vehicles, buses, cabs

Polonnaruwa is situated in the North Central Province of Sri Lanka. It is well-known as an ancient city with a blend of modern as well. The city can be divided into two major areas: the New Town and the ancient part both of which have their fair share of perks. Here, you will find many tombs, temples, and stupas, moreover, there is also an archaeological park that one can visit.

5. Dambulla

  • What’s Special: Second largest population centre, largest and best preserved cave temple
  • Timings: Open 24/7
  • Major Attractions: Dambulla Cave Temple, Ibbankatuwa Megalithic Tombs, Sigiriya
  • Distance From City: 23.4 km
  • Transportation Options: Auto, private vehicles, buses, cabs

Dambulla is an amazing addition to any trip to Sri Lanka. This incredible city is best known for the famous cave temple and a plethora of historical places. It is situated at a distance of 159.6 km from Colombo and 72 km from Kandy, therefore, one can easily reach this location for a fun time.

6. Yala National Park

  • What’s Special: Sri Lankan elephants, Sri Lankan leopards, aquatic birds
  • Timings: 6 am - 6 pm
  • Major Attractions: Leopards
  • Distance From City: 265.3 km
  • Transportation Options: Auto, private vehicles, buses, cabs

Yala National Park is one of the most famous habitats for Lord of the Jungle i.e. the leopards. The total number of leopards in this park is more than anywhere else on the planet earth. The lush grasslands, eco-lodge in the heart of this forest, the wildlife makes this a paradise for adventure and nature lovers. Sloth bears, elephants, Toque macaque are a few other animals that can be seen in this jungle. Some tour packages of Sri Lanka make sure that you definitely get to experience the flora and fauna of Yala.

7. Pinnawala Elephant Orphanage

  • What’s Special: Elephants
  • Timings: Open 24/7
  • Major Attractions: Ibbankatuwa Megalithic Tombs, Sigiriya
  • Distance From City: 103.8 km
  • Transportation Options: Auto, private vehicles, buses, cabs

Also known as the Golden Temple of Dambulla, this temple is a hidden gem of Sri Lanka. The peacefulness of this cave temple, the five shrines and the sense of strong spiritual presence act as a magnet to the history buffs. So escape all the negatives of the world and leave with a positive aura around yourself.

9. Sigiriya

  • What’s Special: Greenery, architecture
  • Timings: Open 24/7
  • Major Attractions: Gardens, archaeological monuments
  • Distance From City: 11.4 km
  • Transportation Options: Auto, private vehicles, buses, cabs

Named ‘Eighth wonder of the world’ by the locals, Sigiriya is an important and most visited archeological site. This place features vast gardens, rock plateau, ponds, fountains and remains of an ancient palace. Do not forget to visit this beauty on your Sri Lanka tour.

10 Temple of the Sacred Tooth Relic

  • What’s Special: Statues
  • Timings: 7 am - 6:30 pm
  • Major Attractions: Dambulla Cave Temple, Ibbankatuwa Megalithic Tombs, Sigiriya
  • Distance From City: 85.4 km
  • Transportation Options: Auto, private vehicles, buses, cabs

Located in the cultural city of Kandy, the tooth temple attracts numerous pilgrims bearing lotuses and frangipanis. It is believed to feature a tooth of Lord Budha himself. It is advised to dress appropriately when visiting this temple as a token of respect to the traditions and culture of Sri Lanka.

How to Reach Sri Lanka?

Sri Lanka, being a much loved tourist destination, is well connected to most parts of the world via flights. If you are wondering how to reach Sri Lanka, take a look at the information given below:

By Air

Colombo, the capital of Sri Lanka, is home to the Bandaranaike International Airport, which is well connected to various cities of Asia, Middle East and Europe. If planning to travel from India, there are several flights leaving from the major metro cities of India to Sri Lanka, including from Mumbai, Delhi, Bangalore, Kolkata and Chennai among others. There are other airports in Sri Lanka for internal connections within the country.

By Sea

Sri Lanka is an island, and is completely inaccessible from other countries by rail or road. However, you can make use of sea charters to reach the country, from India. A much loved and often used method of traveling to Sri Lanka via the sea from India is a regular ferry service that operates between Rameshwaram Port and Talaimannar Port. The ferry service covers a distance of 50 kms.

What is the Best Time to Visit Sri Lanka?

The best time to visit Sri Lanka can be said to be almost all through the year, thanks to it being good weather in at least one or two of the regions of the country. Depending on which part of Sri Lanks you are visiting, you can plan your travels. Winter, however, remains most popular thanks to the amazing weather, myriads of festivals and of course the prospect of enjoying sunny yet cool days at the beach.


For all the beach babies out there, summer is a great time to visit the country. From February to April, warm weather and incessant sunshine will ensure you have a good time and get your tan on. In fact, it can get a bit too hot on the western and southern coasts and you should avoid the hotter hours of the day for any sightseeing that involve being outdoors, including the beach.


The short winter season of Sri Lanka is its high tourist season as well. With the rains coming to a halt finally, the weather is drier and cooler, ensuring that one can relax and enjoy the beaches and the mountains alike. There are plenty of festivals that one can enjoy in Sri Lanka during the winters, including Christmas and New Year’s. A lot of musical festivals and outdoor programs are also arranged here during the winters, especially in the coastal regions.


Although the rains might play spoilsport with your daily sightseeing plans, Sri Lanka in monsoons is a good place to be. There are two separate monsoons that affect the country, including the season from October to February and the season from April to September. You are sure to be surrounded by lush greenery and exotic foliage, and the weather will be cooler on low humidity days.

Commuting To The Island Of Ceylon

The Sri Lanka holiday tour packagesare available from Chennai, Mumbai, Delhi, Bangalore and other major cities of India. Travelers planning a trip to Sri Lanka can reach the island-country either by air or by ship. However, the best and the most common way of reaching Sri Lanka is by air with flights operating daily from various cities of India to Bandaranaike International Airport, Katunayake. Spicejet, Indigo, Air India, SriLankan Airlines and Jet Airways flights are directly available from India to Sri Lanka. The flights connecting Sri Lanka with other parts of the world include British Airways, Emirates, Etihad Airways, Malaysia Airlines, AirAsia, Singapore Airlines and Thai Airways.


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