One of the most essential experience in Sri Lanka is spending your time in South, East or West coast which provides wind surfing, water skiing, scuba diving, snorkelling and various kind of water sports to your consent. While Mirissa offers whale-watching, Kalpitiya offers dolphin chasing including speed boat rides in Bentota. Yet undiscovered corners of Sri Lanka is being explored by international travellers which makes Sri Lanka a year round prospect.

Airport / Negombo – 2 Nights

Negombo, located on the western coast of Sri Lanka, is a small town famous among tourists for its beautiful beach resort. Negombo, located approx 30 KM north of Colombo, Sri Lanka was once a trading port for Portuguese and Dutch. As Negombo is very close to the International airport, it is an ideal place to either commence or end your tour of Sri Lanka.

    Negombo / Bentota – 3 Nights

    Bentota is among the most popular and prime beach resort on the south-western coastal belts of Sri Lanka. Bentota beach is a picturesque beach and liked by all kind of travellers for its palm fringed beaches surrounded by Bentota River and Bentota lagoon. Bentota beach is well developed and provides all kind of facilities to tourists including mid-range to five star hotels, water sports facilities and gears.

      Bentota / Galle – 3 Nights

      Galle - The seaside town of Galle or "Gaul", can be visited by tourists by travelling 116 km from Colombo alongside the South western coast of Sri Lanka. Tourists will find picturesque routes, following the coastline closely for much of the way. The port city of Galle is the best example of a fortified city built by Europeans in south and Southeast Asia. Travelers can enjoy the great architecture of structures as well as the breath taking view of the ocean and the nearby towns. The Fort is the slow-beating heart of Galle’s history. Other tourist destinations that deserve a special mention are the tall Lighthouse, the majestic and old Clock Tower.

        Galle / Yala – 2 Nights

        Yala National Park or Ruhuna National Park is the most visited and second largest national park in Sri Lanka. It is situated in the southeast region of the country, and lies in Southern Province and Uva Province. The park covers 979 square kilometres (378 sq. mi) and is located about 24km northeast of Tissamaharama and 300 km (190 mi) from Colombo. It had originally had been designated as a wildlife sanctuary in 1900, and, along with Wilpattu it was one of the first two national parks in Sri Lanka, having been designated in 1938. The park is best known for its variety of its wild animals. It is important for the conservation of Sri Lankan Elephants and aquatic birds.

          Yala / Mirissa – 2 Nights

          Whale Watching Mirissahas been most popular attraction among the tourists who visit Sri Lanka, since the year 2010. Whales are spotted few nautical miles off Mirissaharbour. Our boats with passengers depart from the harbour by 7am. Hence you must be there at least before 15 minutes and you just need to remember your passport number to provide for security reasons (for locals it's NIC number).

            Mirissa / Colombo – 1 Night

            Colombo, former capital of Sri Lanka, is the largest, busiest, and most westernized city of Sri Lanka. Colombo is located on the west coast of Sri Lanka Island, adjacent to capital city - Sri Jayewardenepura Kotte. Colombo is an ideal location for tourists to start their travel journey to Sri Lanka. A must visit tourist attraction in Colombo for travelers is the Galle Face Green promenade that stretches for 13 acres between Galle road and the Indian ocean. Travelers can also take a tour of the national museums, zoo and main market of Colombo, Sri Lanka.