The island, often famously called the Teardrop in the Indian Ocean, provides some excellent opportunities to learn about marine life while travelling along its coast. This destination provides the opportunity to go diving and whale-watching near shipwrecks at Dondra Point off the southern coast of the island. For Sri Lanka, cuisine is one of the special value-added advantages. Take cooking classes to learn how to cook the Lamprai and then arrange a special dinner with traditional Sinhala dancers to immerse you in the vibrancy of this island.
Anuradhapura - Sri Lanka’s first 4th century capital city
Colombo - Seaport capital filled with old temples
Yala - National Park & animal sanctuary
Kandy - Central province famous for its gastronomy.
Nuwara Eliya Airport
Gal Oya Airport
11 hour direct flight from UK
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Sri Lankan Rupee
Sri Lanka has typically tropical climate and there are no real marked seasons. The weather in plains and the coastal areas is very hot and often humid with an average monthly temperature of 27 degrees. The monsoon brings rain from May to July to the western, southern and central regions of the island.
The visa on arrival system in Sri Lanka means conferences can operate with great accessibility. Sri Lanka offers all modern facilities with state of the Art Conference and Exhibition Centers, Conference Hotels, Excellent Telecommunication systems, Convenient transport system, Up-to-date Banking system, and online facilities. Be it in the quiet setting in the Cultural Triangle, amidst lush tea plantations or in the bustling city, the hotels in Sri Lanka are well equipped to handle your event.
Sri Lanka, the tiny Pearl of the Indian Ocean is enticing as a result of the rich diversity of sights and sensations that this little island has to offer. IndeBo can tailor make any excursion or programme to suit your group needs, whether it be nature trails, cuisine, culture or pure adventure, this scenic island offers it all.