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Sri Lanka

Magnificent Nature, Wildlife - Rich Culture and Friendly People

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For many years Sri Lanka’s tourism suffered due to the civil war but all its political unrest is firmly in the past. Unlike some countries that rely on ‘Dark Tourism’ to attract visitors, the country has focused on its stunning natural beauty to draw guests in.

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I have used many travel companies in the past during my voyages and have usually had problems, but this company knows how to treat first class travelers and offers up unique, high-end properties. They also custom craft your daily itinerary at a moment’s notice should you want to discover something different.

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When to Go

There are three basic seasons, which are determined primarily by the number of tourists that visit during a given period.

  • Low Season: May – August – prices are at their cheapest, tourism at its lowest and rains in the south, the west coast and the hill country; North and East coast is your best choice during these months as they are driest but prices of hotels are at their peak around this time.
  • Neutral Season: April and September to November – prices are at their highest, transportation around the island is overcrowded and difficult but the best weather all year.
  • High Season: December – March – The South and West Coast plus hill country are driest and prices as well as accommodations at highest demand in these areas;
  • High Season: October – January – the East Coast, North and Ancient Cities experience monsoons, tourism at its lowest in these areas and prices very low; but, impossible to see sights without getting wet
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