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Sri Lanka Hotels and Flights

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Beaches, tea and temples

Be charmed by exotic Sri Lanka with its stunning green landscape, thriving wildlife, authentic culture and diverse history. The east, south and west coasts are home to some of the world’s most beautiful beaches while safaris are an absolute must if you’re visiting Yala, Udawalawe or Wilpattu. If you’re keen to learn more about Sri Lanka’s past, take a trip to the ancient ruins at Polonnaruwa or the Dutch Fort in Galle, both brimming with history. Or perhaps, visit Nuwara Eliya, or “Little England”, for a spot of afternoon tea after touring the picturesque plantations.

If you need a break after your Sri Lankan adventures, why not partner your trip with a luxurious holiday to the Maldives? The beautiful islands will welcome you with white sandy beaches, tranquil waters and indulgent spas as well as delicious food and warm hospitality.


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Things to do in Sri Lanka

Udawalawe National Park

A vast variety of Flora and Fauna. See the park by Safari and watch baby elephants at feeding time for a true wildlife experience.

Tropical Beaches

Take a dip in the warm Indian Ocean and soak up some rays on Sri Lanka’s stunning tropical beaches. We recommend snorkelling off Bentota for stunning views of the vibrant coral reefs.

Cultural Cities

There’s more to Sri Lanka than beaches and temples. Explore some of the country’s bustling cities to lap up some culture and do a spot of shopping.

Sigiriya Rock Fortress

Referred to by locals as the Eighth Wonder of the World, the Sigiriya Rock Fortress is a must-see when visiting Sri Lanka. The astonishing views will take your breath away.

Temple of the Tooth

Home to a tooth of the Buddha himself, this sacred gold-roofed temple will offer a spiritual side to your Sri Lankan holiday. Visit the World Buddhism museum too for a slice of culture and history.

Yala National Park

See the best of Sri Lankan wildlife from this beauty spot. Home to over 44 species of mammal and 215 bird types, it’s the ultimate place for nature lovers to take it all in.

Hill Country and Tea Plantations

Get a true taste of Sri Lanka at the Hill Country and Tea Plantations, offering a stark contrast to the white sandy beaches. Sip freshly brewed tea and soak up the stunning surroundings.


See the sights at Sri Lanka’s buzzing capital city, Kandy. Visit bustling markets, wander the historic streets and experience the true Sri Lankan way of life.


Now a World Heritage site, explore the ruins of Polonnaruwa, one of Sri Lanka’s most historic spots and a true archaeological gem.

Dambulla Rock Temple

Dating back to the 1st century, and containing stunning Buddhist murals, this is the best-preserved temple in Sri Lanka. Its beauty will leave you speechless.

Pinnawala Elephant Sanctuary

Meet one of nature’s most majestic animals at the Pinnawala Elephant Sanctuary, home to over 80 elephants. Help bathe and feed them and even see babies take their first steps.

Sri Lanka Cuisine

Full of spice and bursting with flavour, Sri Lankan cuisine covers everything from seafood to curries and authentic street food.

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Flight Information

There are a number of carriers to offering flights to Sri Lanka from the UK.

Direct Carriers: Sri Lanka Airlines offers the only direct service to Colombo with up to eight service per week from London Heathrow.

Indirect Carriers: EmiratesQatar Airways and Etihad Airways offer indirect services to Sri Lanka.

Departure Taxes: There is no departure tax currently in Sri Lanka.


Most hotels and restaurants automatically add a 10 percent service charge to the bill. Often though, this goes straight to the owner rather than the waiter or waitress, so you may want to add extra in change if the service was good. Around 50 Sri Lankan Rupee is fine for hotel porters, and you should tip taxi drivers 10 percent of the total fare.


No special vaccines are required or recommended for travel to Sri Lanka. All travellers should be up to date on routine immunisations. Please contact your GP for further information.

Visa Information

All visitors to Sri Lanka, even those transitting, will need to purchase a travel visa. Applications can be made advance on-line or on arrival (US$35) for a maximum stay period of 30 days. It is still possible to purchase a visa on arrival but you could face delays.

You must visit and provide basic information about yourself in order for your visa to be processed. We recommend obtaining your visa at least three days in advance of departure.

 Please contact your local embassy for up-to-date information.
Your passport must be valid for at least six months beyond your intended stay in Sri Lanka. Please contact the Sri Lanka Embassy for up to date country and visa information on 0207 262 1841.


The official currency is the Sri Lankan Rupee. As you can only take 5,000 Sri Lankan Rupees in and out of the country, they can be hard to find in the UK and you will need to buy them when you get to Sri Lanka. Banks and exchange bureaus can be found in airports and tourist centres, and will change major currencies from cash and traveller's cheques (which can generally be exchanged at better rates). Remember to change Sri Lankan Rupees back into UK Pounds at the airport before you return home, as you may not be able to do so in the UK.

How to get your currency

Credit cards are accepted at some mid-range and most top-end hotels and restaurants. MasterCard and Visa are the most widely accepted, followed by Amex, American Express, and Diners Club. Cash machines are widely available in towns and cities, although not all will accept international cards. If you wish to use cash machines while on holiday in Sri Lanka, it is best to inform your bank before you go. Try to break larger notes down into smaller ones where possible, as many small businesses will not accept larger notes.

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