9.Climb Sigiriya Lion Rock
Sigiriya or Sinhagiri is an ancient rock fortress located in the northern Matale District near the town of Dambulla in the Central Province, Sri Lanka. The name refers to a site of historical and archaeological significance that is dominated by a massive column of rock nearly 200 meters high. Lion Rock is one of the eight UNESCO World Heritage sights in Sri Lanka and a must-visit.
8.Explore Galle Fort
In the 18th century, the Dutch build their headquarters, Galle Fort, on the Sri Lankan south coast. Nowadays, the beautiful old buildings are transformed into trendy shops, cafes, and restaurants. UNESCO named Galle Fort World Heritage, so the beauty of the building is being preserved
7.Tea Plantations trekking in Nuwara Eliya
Nuwara Eliya is known for her impressive lush green tea plantations. This area together with Haputale is where Lipton Tea started. We can arrange a tour to take you the tea plantations, tea factories, viewpoints, and the Ramboda waterfall. Stop at several viewpoints overlooking the plantations and drink tea at the tea factories.
6.Surf and Chill
Sri Lanka is lucky to have beautiful weather and surf 365 days a year. During high season in the east, surf in Arugam Bay is world-famous. At this time, the west coast has no surf and less good weather. The season flips during the other half of the year.
East, South or West, there are always beaches in Sri Lanka to get some surf, tan or relaxation at the coastline.
Sri Lanka is lucky to have a great selection of wildlife and marine life. Leopards, elephants, sloth bears and on the coastline the blue whale and dolphins. Animals are all over the country. The country has over 26 national parks with very good tourism infrastructure. It is one, or maybe the best country in Asia to see so many different species.
4.Train ride between Kandy and Ella
The train trip from Ella to Kandy in Sri Lanka, or the other way around, is considered to be one of the most beautiful train trips in the world. This train ride is seven hours long and takes you through stunning landscapes of green and lush tea plantations and mountain views.
3.Swing at one of the many palm trees
The Sri Lankan has become well known because of the Instagram famous swing at Dalawella Beach. The first one is in Dalawella and the second is located in Dikwella, both on the south coast of Sri Lanka.
2.Hike to the top of Diyaluma Falls
The 220-meter high Diyaluma waterfall is the 2nd highest waterfall of Sri Lanka. On top of the waterfall, it has different levels of natural pools where you can swim. It’s an easy but not an obvious path to get there since this isn’t a huge Sri Lanka attraction yet. This waterfall is an absolute must-do in Sri Lanka!
1. Visit the Nine Arch Bridge in Ella
This iconic bridge in Sri Lanka is located just outside of Ella. After a 30-minute walk through the jungle, a 25-meter high train track appears. This great piece of architecture is hidden between lush green tea fields and bamboo forests.