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1,000,000 tourists visited Sri Lanka in 2014. Known as an island country filled with intriguing religions (mostly Hinduism and Buddhism), ethnicities and languages, Sri Lanka is calling your name. It is bursting with natural diversity in a fairly small area and the rich climate produces tea, coffee, rubber, gemstones, cinnamon and coconuts. Explore tropical forests and diverse landscapes populated with Asian elephants, leopards, sloth bears and the unique slow loris. Sri Lanka loves to celebrate so pack your party outfits and join in on these monthly colourful festivals.

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  • StartsNegombo/Colombo, Sri Lanka
    EndsColombo, Sri Lanka
    RegionIndia
    Duration15 days
    Tour OperatorPeregrine

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  • StartsColombo/Wattala, Sri Lanka
    EndsColombo, Sri Lanka
    RegionIndia
    Duration15 days
    Tour OperatorPeregrine

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  • StartsColombo/Wattala, Sri Lanka
    EndsColombo, Sri Lanka
    RegionIndia
    Duration15 days
    Tour OperatorPeregrine

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  • A jewel in the Indian Ocean, Sri Lanka is jam-packed with ancient sites, fascinating culture, beautiful wilderness and idyllic beaches. From ancient Anuradhapura city and the well-preserved Polonnaruwa ruins, to the Temple of the Sacred Tooth Relic and the impressive Sigiriya rock fortress, Sri Lankan culture spans more than 2,000 years and still remains vibrant and alive today. Trek through lush tea plantations, indulge in seafood feasts in quaint fishing villages and dip your toes in the calm, clear waters of Mirissa beach on this all-encompassing adventure for those seeking a unique travel experience.

    StartsNegombo, Sri Lanka
    EndsColombo, Sri Lanka
    RegionSri Lanka
    Duration15 days
    Tour OperatorIntrepid Travel

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  • Drive along the road in Sri Lanka and you can pass Hindu temples, Buddhist shrines, churches and mosques all on the same stretch. This fusion – found in the history, the culture, the Arabian, Indian and European-inspired food – makes Sri Lanka a delicious melting pot to explore. From laid-back Negombo venture through ancient Anuradhapura city to the lesser explored surrounds of the north, the secrets and hidden places of Jaffna, and on to the beautiful coastlines of Trincomalee and Batticaloa. Discover the spiritual heart of the country in the dagobas of Mahiyangana and serene temples of Kandy, and enjoy the natural world too, in a country that overflows with plants and wildlife. Spend time with locals keen to share their homes, food, and stories on an adventure that will leave you with many to tell.

    StartsNegombo, Sri Lanka
    EndsColombo, Sri Lanka
    RegionSri Lanka
    Duration12 days
    Tour OperatorIntrepid Travel

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  • Leave moderation at home and indulge on this gourmet adventure in Sri Lanka. Lie back on the coast, cool down in the highlands and weave through the streets of the buzzing capital. Taste melt-in-the mouth desserts, cook seafood straight out of the hands of a fisherman, uncover fiery curries and spend time with welcoming locals keen to share the mysteries of Sri Lankan cuisine. There’s also time to explore the rich culture of Sri Lanka: elaborate temples, ancient fortresses and wildlife-filled countryside. This is truly an adventure for the senses.

    StartsNegombo, Sri Lanka
    EndsColombo, Sri Lanka
    RegionSri Lanka
    Duration12 days
    Tour OperatorIntrepid Travel

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