No crowds, queues or traffic jams, waiting in line at the Attractions & Hotels!
This is the perfect time to visit this lovely island without the normal thrill of visitors who travel during this moment. The hotels are not complete, sometimes meaning you even have a whole hotel for a more relaxing and personal experience, which is generally not the case!
Whether you want to travel slowly or at your own speed, it is NOW the best time for you to go!
Fantastic Offers – for a fraction of the cost, the same Sri Lankan experience!
Most of the hotels in Sri Lanka now offer excellent deals, free offers at night, early bookings and far less general prices throughout the summer! Most suppliers offer totally stunning deals up to 50% off the normal price!
In essence, you can even make an upgraded vacation and remain in the most luxurious accommodation and categories of rooms such as suites and private villas at a much less cost than normal! A tricky offer which could not be returned quickly!
The same genuine, distinctive and incredible experience and less value! NOW is the best time to go!
Heightened security and safety!
In comparison with many other locations around the globe, Sri Lanka is now one the safest location relative to all major towns around the island, owing to greater and extra safety measures from the airports. It is always advisable to be cautious, cautious and uses common sense, similar to riding or crossing the streets of your own nation.
Supporting communities and the local economy
Tourism accounts for 10% of the local economy and offers thousands of individuals with constant revenue. There are also many tiny and subsidiary tourism-related companies that employ thousands of individuals or those who rely on tourism to live and nourish their families without whom they would fight to survive!
This is yet another excellent reason for visiting Sri Lanka NOW!
Sri Lanka ranked top country for travel in 2019 by Lonely Planet. … “Unmissable experiences” include wildlife, such as the 300-strong elephant gathering at Minneriya national park, thousand-year-old Buddhist monuments, and hiking and train travel through the Hill Country’s tea plantations.0