DID YOU KNOW?
The majority of Sri Lanka’s electricity is supplied through hydropower plants that tap into the immense energy of waterfalls.
Sri Lanka is the largest exporter of tea in the world, and grow black tea, green tea and white tea.
The Sri Lankan law states that the death penalty can be imposed for killing an elephant.
Useful information to help you decide if Sri Lanka is the right destination for your event!
Recommended group size
10 - 50 pax
Bandaranaike International Airport in Colombo provides connections to its global network of 60 destinations around the world. The island is linked by domestic air as well as trains, and the highways are being updated.
Best time to visit
Avoid traveling on...
Dec - March for the west and south coasts and hill country
April/May - Sep for East coast
On every Full Moon Poya Day, workers are entitled to a paid leave, banks and all organizations remain closed on these 12 days of the year.
Sri Lanka Rupee (LKR) is the local currency. Visa and MasterCard are the most commonly accepted cards, even in smaller towns and ATMs are widely accessible although the cash withdrawal limits are usually low.
Often overlooked it is one of Asia’s hidden gems. There are verdant rainforests, misty hills amid fertile tea plantations and miles upon miles of dazzling beaches. Fun trains, flavourful food, 15 National Parks, ancient temples and UNESCO Heritage cultural sites combine to make Sri Lanka irresistible. Lying between India and Southeast Asia, Sri Lanka's history, culture and heritage are undeniably alluring. Explore Kandy’s Temple of the Tooth (where the relic of the tooth of Buddha is housed), one of the most sacred Buddhist sites, or the narrow alleyways of Galle Fort in the south.