Explore Sri Lanka using the below map. Click on the map markers and view some of our most popular tour destinations.


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Our customized itineraries are all about out-of-the-ordinary adventures. visit remote regions of Sri Lanka away from the main tourist trail, private beach bungalows, a stay with an Sri Lanka’s indigenous inhabitants.

If a travel experience exists, we can arrange it from, the roaring waterfalls and terraced tea plantations of Matale and Kandy, chiselled karsts and dense monsoon forests of the Yala National Park in the south, enthralling cultural heritage sites that abound from Anuradhapura to Dambulla, old Dutch forts of Galle as well as its packed cricket stadiums, the sun-kissed southern beaches of Mirissa and Robolgoda and rolling surf swells of Arugam Bay, the rickety mountain train lines that criss-cross the island’s heart, looming Sigiriya Rock.

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More About Sri Lanka

Azure waters, magical ancient cities, elusive jungles, a melting pot of cultures and smiling people- that is what Sri Lanka has to offer you.


Tropical and inviting Sri Lanka hangs just below the tip of India with serene waters slowly lapping across its shores. Sri Lanka is a myriad of colour, sights and beauty ranging from expanses of golden sand to the dense jungles merging with ancient monuments. Sri Lanka is home to many ancient cities which include seven World Heritage sites, a vibrant culture, countless endemic species and a whole host of sightseeing opportunities.


Sri Lanka is a divine destination, a mixture of many fascinating wonders that ensures that guests always return. The little island nation encompasses everything from vast stretches of coastline to flourishing tea plantations and thick rainforests to antique artifacts. Sri Lanka is best seen through the eyes of its people who will guide you along its paths and share with you their home.


Sri Lanka is famous for its beaches and rightly so. The southwest coast is especially popular, with resort areas such as Negombo and Galle providing a rich selection of hotels ranging from colonial options to modern purpose built resorts. Sri Lanka is also famous for its migrant whale population, proving a hit with many visitors to its charmed shores. Other shore offerings include private cruises, water sports and snorkeling to name a few.


Sri Lanka is rich in history, a tour around the cultural triangle is an ideal way to gain insight into Sri Lanka’s past. A visit to Sigiriya is not to be missed, an ancient kingdom with a magical story to be heard. Equally awe inspiring are the two ruined cities of Anuradhapura and Polonnaruwa the first and second capital cities of Sri Lanka respectively, the Dutch Fort in Galle and the world famous tooth relic in Kandy which houses a revered tooth from Buddha himself.


Sri Lanka is also widely known for its rich fauna and flora offerings. Visit a National park or two to be captivated by its wildlife. A visit to Yala National park is an absolute must here one will be able to spot everything from leopards, elephants, sloth bears, water buffalos, crocodiles and roughly 215 species of bird in addition to a kaleidoscope of fauna. Another visit that would be post card worthy is a visit to the Pinnawela elephant orphanage which is home to orphaned, injured and abandoned elephants.


Another facet to Sri Lanka is its tea lined rolling hills, where it is a must to experience a tea tasting session, a round of golf and a traditional high tea. Nuwara Eliya and its surrounding vicinity is an ideal and surreal place to escape into with its cool climate, colonial mansions and exquisite landscapes.