Message Us

Travel Packages To Sri Lanka

0 Packages available

About Sri Lanka

Sri Lanka formerly known as Ceylon is the perfect place for your beach, jungle and even safari holiday. A member of the Commonwealth and the South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation, Sri Lanka is densely populated, however, due to wide-range of diversity, Sri Lanka has become one of the world’s most scenic countries. As the home of several ethnic groups, each with its own cultural heritage, Sri Lanka a has a highly varied cultural landscape. With the many species of mammals found in Sri Lanka Asian elephants, sloth bear, leopards, sambar and wild buffaloes engage the majority of the attention of wildlife enthusiast. 

Top Places to Go In Sri Lanka

Lion Rock Fortress, Sigiriya

Home to some of the oldest landscaped gardens in the world, the fortress complex includes remnants of a ruined palace, surrounded by an extensive network of fortifications, vast gardens, ponds, canals, alleys, and fountains.  A massive gatehouse in the form of a lion-guarded the entrance to the innermost shrine of the city – the Sky Palace on top of the rock.

Uda Walawe National Park

Walk in the wild when they are in their natural habitat at Uda Walawe National Park where you will be able to see elephants roaming free. Known for its amazing safaris, wildlife and elephant sanctuary. Hop on the safari tour whether on a jeep or a boat and explore the wonders of nature and be amazed by the elephants, peacocks, buffalos, and deer wandering around the place. 

Nurweaya Eliya

Known as "Little England" Nuwara Eliya is known for its temperate, cool climate which is just perfect for tea plantation.  Filled with colonial-era bungalows, Tudor-style hotels, and well-tended hedgerows, Nurweya is the perfect escape from the heat. If you know the brand Lipton tea, don't forget to visit Hill Country's Haputale mountains where the founder, Sir Thomas Lipton launched his tea empire. Admire his enormous estate and take open-air tuk-tuk rides to see he favorite spot and tea plantation. 

Yala National Park 

If you would like to see a leopard up close, Yala National Park is the perfect place to have an up-close encounter. Whether you are an avid nature lover or visiting a wildlife park for the first time, if you visit Yala National Park with a mind that’s eager to explore and learn, you will leave with a new-found meaning to life. 

Top Travel Tips for Sri Lanka from Packist

  • Three rectangular pins and three round pins are commonly used in Sri Lanka, however, Packist strongly advised for you to bring a world travel adapter. 
  • Don't forget to eat Sri Lanka best street food such as string hoppers, samosas, and delicious egg hoppers
  • Best time to visit the west and south coasts and hill country is from December to March, while the best weather on the east coast is from April/May to September.
  • Avoid drinking tap water in Sri Lanka and to be safe, avoid taking the ice cubes as well unless you know it is from boiled water.
  • English is a common language used in Sri Lanka so don't worry and haggle away!