Sri Lanka – The Land Of Serendipity

Sri Lanka offers visitors a range of unique encounters. Everything from ancient sites filled with history, to unspoiled wildlife and scenery. Sri Lanka is also home to a number of vibrant festivals and outdoor activities. One of the best ways to see this scenic country is by railway. Book a train trip through the hillish countryside – all the while coming across must-see destinations like Hatton, Nuwara Eliya and Kandy. Along the way also expect to pass green tea plantations, remote villages and vast mountain ranges. If you’re feeling fit, try your hand at climbing Sigiriya Lion Rock. Built more than 1600 years ago, this UNESCO World heritage site is arguably the most well known monument in Sri Lanka – giving you astonishing panoramic views at the summit. If you’re a lover of wildlife, you can’t miss the largest gathering of Elephants (over 300) at one time in Asia. This staggering event takes place at Minneriya National Park every year between July and October. Finally, if you need to recover from all the sightseeing, indulge in Sri Lanka’s famous Ayurvedic treatment. Based on the ancient wisdom of good living, this treatment includes yoga, meditation, herbal baths, dietary advice, massage and more.

Destinations in Sri Lanka

Top 7 Results for Boutique Hotels in Sri Lanka

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One of our top picks in Hikkaduwa – and a guest favorite. The luxurious Aditya Boutique Hotel offers spacious air-conditioned rooms with private plu ...

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One of our top picks in Sigiriya.With Sigiriya Rock and a lush countryside as its backdrop, Water Garden Sigiriya offers a spa and wellness center and ...

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Wild Coast Tented Lodge is adjacent to the famous Yala National Park, renowned for its dense leopard population. This luxury tented camp is located wh ...

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One of our top picks in Bentota.Located in Bentota, Taru Villas - The Muse is 0.8 mi from Bentota Lake and features facilities like outdoor swimming p ...

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One of our top picks in Koggala – and a guest favorite. Kahanda Kanda is a boutique-style hotel located 11 mi from Galle Fort. It offers an infinity ...

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Set atop a picturesque singular promontory rising 131 feet above the Indian Ocean, Cape Weligama is a cliff-top resort that features three dining opti ...

— Colombo, Sri Lanka

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One of our bestsellers in Colombo! Offering an outdoor swimming pool, Residence by Uga Escapes is located just 2,950 feet from the famous Sri Lanka Na ...

Travel Sri Lanka

Witness The Magnificent Gal Viharaya Sculptures

Gal Viharaya is found in the ancient city of Polonnaruwa, and is famous for its large Buddha sculptures which are carved into the rock faces. These sculptures are incredibly well preserved, considering they were crafted in the 12th century. Today Gal Viharaya remains one of Sri Lanka’s most visited pilgrimage sites.

Head Along To Kataragama Festival

One of the most popular tourist attractions in Sri Lanka, the Kataragama Festival happens once a year in July or August. This vibrant festival is dedicated to one of the Hindu gods and runs for two weeks. This exciting festival features everything from parades of elephants, to colorfully dressed performers.

Explore Sri Lanka And Climb Above Sigiriya Rock Fort

Sigiriya Rock Fort is an incredible cluster of rock walls which rise up to 200m above the ground. At the top you can catch the remnants of an ancient civilization, complete with relics of an old palace and monastery. Surrounding the rock walls you'll also find some of the first landscaped gardens in the world.

Tips And Travel Information For Sri Lanka

Money The currency in Sri Lanka is the Sri Lankan rupee (LKR). Credit and debit cards are vastly accepted in most areas, including small towns. However, it is still recommended that you carry cash with you just in case. Getting Around The most popular ways for tourists to get around Sri Lanka are hiring a car, taking a taxi / tuk-tuk, or using public transportation such as buses and trains. If you do choose to drive yourself you will need a Sri Lankan driving permit. Best Time To Visit Peak Season (Dec - Mar) Moderate (Apr & Sep - Nov) Quiet Season (May - Aug) High season in Sri Lanka is between December and March. During this time prices are at their peak and south coast beaches are busy. Low season is from May to August and you can expect rain throughout the south and west coasts of the country.

Find Boutique Hotels In Sri Lanka

Stay somewhere equally as beautiful as the country you’re visiting. Check out our selection of boutique hotels located in Sri Lanka.