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Sri Lanka

Always Natural
Capital island



22.16 Million

Total islands



GMT +5:30 hrs


Sri Lankan Rupees

Amith Tours & Travels


Sri Lanka is a magical island. The term to describe Sri Lanka as Pearl of Indian Ocean it still has its validity. It is a true gem. Despite small size, there are hundreds of different attractions and activities that magnet even the most sophisticated visitors. Put it simply, there is not another place in the world that can be compared to Sri Lanka. But what is special about this island?

The greenery – there is something about the shades of green in this country. It makes you feel safe. Add to these blue colors of Indian Ocean and the sky. It makes you feel refreshed. When you combined both, the green and blue it makes you feel like you are in tropical paradise. Adding to this nature sounds and vibrant music of everyday life it will make you feel amazed.

Sri Lanka has hundreds of attractions, nature wonders, 8 UNESCO sites and inspiring cultures and traditions. And to make it even more amazing, there are hundreds of choices of hotels and accommodations. Our very favorites are boutique options with personalized deco and exceptional services.


Sri Lanka is the perfect holiday destination offering everything a dream holiday should offer: warm tropical sun, hundreds of kilometres of sandy beaches, unique wildlife, an incredible ancient history, and rich culture.

Visit The Eight Regions Of Sri Lanka

Sri Lanka is a small island country with countless exciting experiences and attractions for you to discover. We have divided Sri Lanka into 8 regions to give you an idea of what to expect and the activities you can enjoy from each area. Each region of Sri Lanka is different and while you are planning your well-deserved holidays you should consider checking if you would like to visit all or just few of the regions. At The Earth Trip we can help you to create your perfect Sri Lanka itinerary featuring some truly unique attractions and activities tailored to your needs.

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Each region can offer you a variety of authentic experiences.

Galle & the South of Sri Lanka is very well developed and has an established tourist infrastructure. There are a wide range of top hotels to choose from for your ideal holidays. The South features some renowned National Parks for big game safaris, including Yala and Udawalawe. The South of Sri Lanka also has a large selection of attractions to visit, including Galle city and numerous temples, not forgetting its famous beaches.

Negombo & the Northwest offers the beaches of Negombo and Kalpitiya which are very pleasant. Kalpitiya is known for diving and whale watching. You may also spot the elusive leopard at Wilpattu National Park.

Colombo & the West is a region where you may decide to spend a couple of days exploring the capital of Sri Lanka.

Kandy & the Knuckles Mountain Range is a must-see region. It is the cultural capital of Sri Lanka featuring the sacred Temple of the Tooth.

Nuwara Eliya & the Hill Country and tea plantations offer you breathtaking views where you can trek for hours and days whilst absorbing the beautiful landscape.

The Cultural Triangle of Sri Lanka is home to wonderful and mysterious ancient cities and kingdoms. Polonnaruwa, Anuradhapura and Sigiriya offer must-see attractions. With over 3000 years of history, lost cities and the caves of the golden temples of Dambulla, there are numerous reasons to visit this region.

Jaffna & the North of Sri Lanka are still not too touristic as a civil war happened there in the past. You can see some fantastic temples, in addition to visiting several other fascinating attractions.

Trincomalee & the East of Sri Lanka has some of the most beautiful beaches in the world. There are some stunning hotels and great attractions in Trincomalee, Nilaveli and Pasikuda.

Where to go

Galle Sri LankaA Fortified City Built by The Portuguese
Udawalawe National ParkThe third-most visited park in Sri Lanka.
Temple of the ToothTemple of the Tooth in KandyTemple of the Sacred Tooth Relic
Dambulla Cave TempleThe Golden Temple of Dambulla
PolonnaruwaThe Royal Ancient City of the Kingdom of Polonnaruwa.


Amith Tours and Travels specializes in compiling a bespoke itinerary to match your tastes and preferences. Call us today to get expert advice on your holiday plans.

    Visa Information

    Irrespective of nationality, all tourists will receive a 30 day visa free of charge on arrival in the Maldives. A tourist visa will be issued at Malé International Airport provided that the visitor satisfies all of the following conditions:

    To enter the Maldives no pre-arrival visa is required. 

    A thirty day free visa is issued on arrival for all Nationalities, provided:

    • Should possess a valid passport with Machine Readable Zone (MRZ) -(standard ICAO Annex 9, chapter 3.10.1) and should have at least 6 months validity
    • Have a valid ticket to continue the journey out of Maldives
    • Have enough funds to cover the expenses for duration of the stay in Maldives. (US$100 + $50 dollars per day) or a confirmation of reservation in a Tourist Resort or a Hotel



    The Maldives is a very popular destination therefore there are many direct and indirect flights from all over the world. Whether you live in Europe, the Americas, Asia or Australasia, flying to the Maldives is possible either in one single flight or with a simple connection.

    International flights arrive at Malé’s International airport (MLE) also known as Velana International Airport, which is on an island of its own called Hulhule.

    Transfers from the Malé International airport to your resort island are either by boat, seaplane or domestic flight, depending on the distance. If your resort requires a seaplane transfer, there are a few things to be aware of: the seaplanes only operate in daylight hours, so if you arrive after sunset you will have to stay in Malé overnight before being able to transfer to your resort.

    Likewise if your flight home is early in the morning – you will leave your resort in the afternoon. The seaplane journey in itself is an experience, as you get stunning views of the atolls – make sure you get a window seat and that you get your camera out before boarding (your hand luggage will probably be put at the back of the plane as there is no space under or over the seats). The seaplane will usually land next to a floating platform, from which you will be picked up by boat to be taken the remaining few metres in shore to your resort.


    Health Information

    No specific vaccinations are required to enter the Maldives. However, if you are arriving from a Central African of South American country where yellow fever is endemic you will require an international certificate of inoculation against yellow fever to enter Maldives.

    What health facilities are available in the Maldives?

    Visit your health professional at least 4 to 6 weeks before your trip to check whether you need any vaccinations or other preventive measures.

    Medical facilities are limited. There are only 2 hospitals and these are on the capital island, Malé. Neither has a trauma unit. Although most resort islands are within easy reach of a doctor, many are several hours’ travel away from the hospital facilities on Malé. Many resort islands are more than an hour away from the nearest decompression chamber.

    Make sure you have adequate travel health insurance and accessible funds to cover the cost of any medical treatment abroad and repatriation.

    If you need emergency medical assistance during your trip, dial 102 and ask for an ambulance. You should contact your insurance/medical assistance company promptly if you are referred to a medical facility for treatment.

    Weather & When To Go

    The weather in the Maldives is usually picture perfect: sunlit days, breezy nights, balmy mornings, and iridescent sunsets. The temperature hardly ever changes – which makes packing for your holiday an easy task. With the average temperature at about 30 degrees Celsius throughout the year. The sun is a constant most days, shining through treetops, creating lacy patterns on your feet, healing cold-bones with its warmth. Throughout the day, the sun will make itself known, ensuring that it will be remembered and missed, like an old friend, as you pack up your suitcases to leave.

    January to April

    Pleasant hot temperatures, clear blue skies, minimal rain fall, make this one of the best times to visit the Maldives. The Indian Ocean will be calm and the underwater visibility will be very good, so it is ideal for sun-seekers and snorkellers alike.

    May – September

    Despite wetter months, the weather is still good. You may experience few showers and increased humidity. Saying this, keep in mind that the rain will usually clear very fast. Considered as low season, the prices are lower, temperatures are high and rains are not constant, meaning it is an excellent time to visit. As most islands have an in-house reef, you will be able to snorkel there.

    During the rainy season it tends to rain a bit more at night, which means that the actual daytime rain that visitors see is even more consistent than it first appears. Even during the rainy season it’s rare to have more than a few cloudy days per week, so it would be very bad luck to see much grey during an average holiday.

    October – December

    Mid of October is the end of the wet season in the Maldives. Hot, dry weather returns to the islands. Expect long days of sunshine and temperatures in the range of 30 degrees. This is a very popular time to travel.


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