Get back to nature with adventure tour in Sri Lanka. We’ve selected our favorite outdoor activities in Sri Lanka, including the best tours and trips that you can experience on your holiday Adventure tour in Sri Lanka.
Discover the ultimate Active adventure through Sri Lanka! From outdoor activates to mountain playgrounds, there are private, group and tailor-made adventures to choose from. With some of our much-loved tour operators offering all-inclusive activity packages, you’re sure to find your perfect Adventure tour in Sri Lanka!
There are adventure tour in Sri Lanka such as white water rafting, surfing and kite-surfing, though in general the activities that we include in our holidays are relatively gentle and relaxed.
Our team comprises of destination experts who have tried and tested every excursion on offer thus offering rare, exclusive and truly authentic Sri Lankan trips. Be assured you will have the best of company with our friendly English speaking chauffeurs and specialized guides.
Pick up from Bandaranaike International Airport and leave to Negombo and check in at the Hotel 198 Negombo and spend the rest of the day in the hotel.
• Arrive at Sri Lanka Katunayake international airport.
• Warmly welcome from our travel my Asia representative at the airport.
Sigiriya or Sinhagiri is an ancient rock fortress located in the northern Matale District near the town of Dambulla in the Central Province, Sri Lanka.
Sigiriya is considered one of South Asia’s best-preserved examples of urban planning and one of its most important archaeological sites. The elaborate palace and its towering construction on top of the rock, as well as its risqué artwork, resulted in its 1982 listing as a Unesco World Heritage Site. However, its ingenious garden and water systems at the foot of the rock are what make it a national treasure. Topping the list of tourist destinations in our Sri Lanka tour packages, Sigiriya fortress is a captivating masterpiece of ancient urban landscape and architecture.
Dambulla is a town situated in the north of Matale District, Central Province of Sri Lanka. It is the second largest populated and urbanised centre after Matale in the Matale District. The Rock Temple of Dambulla, called Jumbukola Vihara (Dambulla Cave Temple) in the (Mahavamsa)-the principal Pali Chronicle of Sri Lanka, is situated about forty-seven miles northwest of Kandy, the last capital of the Sinhalese kings, on the main road to Anuradhapura. As you traverse this fascinating city, you are welcomed by the largest and well-preserved cave complex on the island, filled with rich and colorful paintings and sculptures depicting the bold history Lanka. Yes, you are absolutely right! This is your chance to grab the perfect adventurous and fun getaway on this beautiful tropical island.
Kandy is a large city in central Sri Lanka. It’s set on a plateau surrounded by mountains, which are home to tea plantations and biodiversity rainforest. The city’s heart is scenic Kandy Lake (Bogambara Lake), which is popular for strolling. Kandy is famed for sacred Buddhist sites, including the Temple of the Tooth (Sri Dalada Maligawa) shrine.
The mildly cool weather of the city refreshes you as you take a cheerful stroll through the Peradeniya Botanical Garden, appreciating its vibrant beauty. After experiencing the mesmerizing activities that the city has to offer, you will be spending the night in a Kandy hotel overlooking a magnificent city waiting to be explored. Kandy surely is a place that will be in your heart forever!
After having breakfast you will be taken to visit the Royal Botanical Gardens, Peradeniya which is renowned for its collection of Orchids and attracts 2 million visitors annually.
After lunch you will be leaving to Nuwara Eliya and on the way you will be visiting the Ramboda Tea Factory.
If you are willing to, you can visit the Shri Bhakta Hanuman temple, Ramboda.
Next, you will be visiting the Lake Gregory which is a reservoir in the hill city, Nuware Eliya.
Finally you will be escorted to Blue Meadows Hotel in Nuwara Eliya for the overnight stay including dinner.
Nuwara Eliya is a city in the tea country hills of central Sri Lanka. The naturally landscaped Hakgala Botanical Gardens displays roses and tree ferns, and shelters monkeys and blue magpies. Nearby Seetha Amman Temple, a colorful Hindu shrine, is decorated with religious figures. Densely forested Galway’s Land National Park is a sanctuary for endemic and migratory bird species, including bulbuls and flycatchers.
Often referred to as ‘Little England’, this genteel highland community does have a rose-tinted, vaguely British-country-village feel to it, with its colonial-era bungalows, Tudor-style hotels, well-tended hedgerows and pretty gardens. Indeed, Nuwara Eliya was once was the favored cool-climate escape for the hard-working and hard-drinking English and Scottish pioneers of Sri Lanka’s tea industry.
The opportunities at Nuwara Eliya are endless; from long walks in the beautiful parks at the heart of the city, to adventurous hikes through the highlands and tea plantations, this old colonial town never fails to impress one!
The wonderful city of Nuwara Eliya is the perfect holiday destination in the beautiful island paradise of Sri Lanka!
Kitulgala is the most popular destination in Sri Lanka for adventure seekers. It is 2 hours due East via Avissawella-Hatton-Nuwaraeliya Hwy/Ginigathhara Rd/ A7 from Colombo. A small town in the wet zone rain forest, it is known as one of the wettest places in the county that gets two monsoons each year.
Kitulgala is one of the wettest places on the island and remains lush throughout the year, vibrant with life. It is not only a rated destination for adventure seekers, but a destination to sit back & relax away from the city heat.
Yala national park is Sri Lanka’s second largest. It was a hunting ground in colonial times. Today it is 979 square kilometres of protected wildlife reserve and home to an incredible range of animal species.
Sri Lanka is one of the few countries in the world where the population lives side-by-side with free-roaming animals. It isn’t uncommon to see elephants crossing roads or sneaking into a hotel lobby – a unique and beautiful way of living. Unfortunately, there can be negative encounters, and parks like Yala provide a safe space for the animals. Here’s everything you need to need about Yala National Park in Sri Lanka.
Bentota is a resort town on Sri Lanka’s southwest coast. Its long Bentota Beach stretches north, where it becomes a sandy strip known as Paradise Island, parallel to Bentota Lagoon. Coral-rich dive sites include Canoe Rock. On Bentota River, centuries-old Galapota Temple has a large Buddha statue. Southeast is Lunuganga, the estate and gardens of architect Geoffrey Bawa.
Also known as Paradise Island, the sandy stretch of Bentota beach bordering the lagoon is a popular tourist attraction in our Sri Lanka tour packages. This resort town on Sri Lanka’s Southern coast is a hub of watersports including surfing.
After a leisruely breakfast, you will be depart to Bandaranaike International Airport.