Breathtaking beaches, turquoise waters, unspoiled – Sri Lanka is the most authentic country in the Indian Ocean. Sri Lanka offers is an pristine unspoilt paradise for romantic honeymoons, making it a good choice for honeymoon destinations in Asia. Sri Lanka is a land of Sun and Sand. This beautiful island country is encircled by over one thousand kilometers of palm- fringed sandy beaches.Sri Lanka has number of cities naming Colombo, Dambulla, Galle, Kandy, Sigariya etc. that offers a myriad of opportunities to the tourists. Scuba dive, visit an elephant orphanage and a lagoon of singing fish, explore dense jungle, shrines, temples and a lot of adventurous activities too. Tea estates, that produces world popular Ceylon Tea, cloud forests, spice gardens and the cultural triangle are just some of the prime attractions of the country.
Blessed with beautiful beaches and fabulous weather, thousands of tourists and couples attracted to the beauty and interminable charm for making their honeymoon in Sri Lanka.Sri Lanka is one of the most reliable surf destinations in the Indian Ocean.The Sri Lanka is a pristine paradise for romantic couples.
This island country offers exceptional diving opportunities, Deep Fishing, Yoga & Meditation Retreats and national parks, water-ski camps in Hikkaduwa and Negombo, exciting wildlife safaris, night life and white water rafting. Almost all honeymoon cities retreats have Spas – some even have overwater treatment rooms! Sri Lanka’s highlights are many and include a wide range of museums such as the fascinating Heritage Museum. Scuba dive, visit an elephant orphanage and a lagoon of singing fish, explore dense jungle, shrines and temples. For all year round weather, divine hotels and the best value in the Indian Ocean, Sri Lanka is hard to beat. It’s why so many people return year after year.
The principal tourist season in Sri Lanka is during December to March when it is the dry season for South western and Southern beaches and the Central Highlands.
Best Season: December through March
Summers: May to September
Winters: December to March
Monsoons: May to August & December to March