Hot Air Ballooning

The heritage countryside of Sigiriya and Dambulla has magnificent vistas for hot air balloon rides in Sri Lanka. Set off at dawn for a sunrise balloon ride that will leave you inspired and refreshed for a new day.

Paragliding, parasailing, and paramotoring

Nothing compares to the view below when you are soaring in the sky. Paragliding in Nuwara Eliya and Ella and parasailing and paramotoring in Bentota are few of the adventures you can take up to the sky.

Cycling

Explore the unbeaten tracks with cycling tours in the lush green landscapes of the island. The mountain air of the central hills, the paddy fields of the central plains, and a scenic coast offer idyllic cycling trails.

Water sports

Be it beach-bound or river-bound, opportunities for aquatic delights in Sri Lanka are plenty. From celebrated watersports in Hikkaduwa to white water rafting in Kitulgala, the options are endless.

Golf

From highland golf courses to the capital’s legendary, Sri Lanka serves the golf enthusiast well. While some of these greens date back to the British era, the new ones are making a name for themselves.

Cricket

This colonial legacy has earned Sri Lanka international fame, and it is the most popular sport in the country. Sri Lanka hosts many international tournaments, and holidaymakers too can enjoy the sport.

Kataragama

The most famous local god is worshipped here, by both Buddhist and Hindu devotees. The tradition of Kataragama is unique, and its display of rituals, dances, and pageants is captivating.

Jaffna

It is the core of Sri Lanka’s Tamil culture. Its distinctive difference to other parts of the island is visible in the geography, architecture, climate, and Sri Lankan culture food native to the peninsula.

Galle

Galle was a strategic maritime fort-city of the Dutch. The Dutch fort and Dutch architecture spread throughout the city are testimonies to its Dutch influence. It was later occupied by the British.

Nuwara Eliya

It is the tea capital and the heart of the Sri Lankan highland. Mansions and bungalows of British tea planters and parks created by them still exist. It also has a Tamil population who work in plantations.

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