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Update on Travel to Sri Lanka

Sri Lanka has opened its borders to fully vaccinated Indians who have taken either Covishield or Covaxin. Fully vaccinated Indian travellers will be required to produce a negative PCR report issued not before 72 hours of their arrival and undergo an on-arrival PCR test at a certified hotel in Sri Lanka. Once they get a negative result, travellers will be allowed to explore the country.

Flights: Sri Lankan Airlines and Indigo have announced resumption of flights between nine Indian cities and the island nation.

Sri Lankan Airlines will operate four weekly flights to Chennai, three to Mumbai, and one to Bengaluru under its new schedule. In addition, the airline will also be resuming services between Colombo and four Indian cities - Madurai, Tiruchirappalli, Trivandrum and Cochin - with one flight a week, whilst Hyderabad and New Delhi will be connected to Colombo with two flights in a week.

Indigo has announced flights from Mumbai, Chennai and Kochi to Colombo with effect from 10th Sep 2021 as per the below schedule:

From To Departure Arrival Days of Ops.
Mumbai Colombo 09:45 12:30 3,4,6
Colombo Mumbai 13:30 16:15 3,4,6
Chennai Colombo 13:40 15:05 2,4,6
Colombo Chennai 16:05 17:30 2,4,6
Kochi Colombo 18:50 20:20 5,7
Colombo Kochi 21:20 22:50 5,7
Explore Spectacular Sri Lanka

Fringed with golden sands and coconut palms, home to ancient cities including seven World Heritage Sites and lush tea plantations, Sri Lanka is today one of the world’s most popular island destinations. This island country is a perfect blend of beautiful beaches, ancient culture, stunning scenery, exciting wildlife and mouth-watering food. The warm and friendly people of this country just add to its magical mix.

Sri Lanka has something to offer for everyone and for every occasion –we present four distinct holiday themes for you to consider depending on your mood and expectations from the break. You can, of course mix and match the themes for a comprehensive experience in Sri Lanka.

Cultural Heritage
Cultural Heritage

With a history expanding over 3000 years, Sri Lanka is home to some of world’s ancient cities including Anuradhapura, Polonnaruwa and Digamadulla; their once magnificent townships, palaces, temples, monasteries, hospitals and theaters intricately carved lay deserted and forgotten over the sands of time.

Visit the Pinnawela Elephant Orphanage which has the largest herd of captive elephants in the world - a unique experience not to be missed. Then visit Dambulla which is the largest and best-preserved cave temple complex in Sri Lanka. The rock towers 160 metres over the surrounding plains.

Move onward to Sigiriya, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and home to the monolithic rock pillar which is so steep that at its top overhangs the sides and rises to a height of 350 metres. You will also explore Polonnaruwa which houses stunning statues and shrines, Anuradhapura - one of the ancient capitals of Sri Lanka and famous for its well-preserved ruins which will take you back in time. The Cultural Heritage tour ends at Kandy where the Temple of the Sacred Tooth Relic and the Royal Botanical Garden will give you a taste of history and the glorious past of Sri Lanka.

Ceylon Tea Trails
Ceylon Tea Trails

Sri Lanka is fourth largest tea producer in the world. The tea region in Sri Lanka is located in the South-Central part of the country that includes Kandy, Dimbula and Nuwera Eliya.

Experience everything that is intertwined with “tea”. The mountain air, smell of fresh tea leaves and most of all the views all around are splendid. Learn the art of tea plucking, visit a tea factory to witness the entire process and also enjoy a cup of tea with some freshly baked goodies. What’s more you get to stay at colonial-era tea-planters' bungalows which makes the experience even more special.

Wildlife Adventures
Wildlife Adventures

Wild and untouched forests are the most treasured landscapes of Sri Lanka. Visit the well-known Yala National Park where you will get a chance to see the famous Sri Lankan leopards, indigenous wild water buffalo, Sri Lankan Sloth Bear and large herds of Sri Lankan Elephants. The park is also home to many other species of mammals, birds, reptiles, amphibians, fish and invertebrates. Yala National Park has the highest population density of leopards in the world so there is no better place to see a leopard than Yala.

Around 100 kms from Yala is the Udawalawe National Park where you drive through marshes, forests and grasslands on your safari. See water birds and the park’s famed Sri Lankan elephants. Catch glimpses of the other mammals and birds, as well as the reptiles, amphibians and butterflies.

As part of your Cultural Heritage or Tea Trails Tours, you can take a day trip from Kandy to see wild elephants at close range at the Minneriya National Park. And close to Galle, you can enjoy the whale watching experience at Mirissa between November and April.

Beach Getaways
Beach Getaways

Endless coastline & untouched white and golden sandy beaches make Sri Lanka a tourist hotspot. Experience stilt fishing in Weligama, surf in the clear blue waters of the East coast in Arugam Bay, go whale watching in Mirissa, get transported to the colonial era in Galle, relax in luxury resorts that dot the Bentota beach coastline.

The less touristy beaches include Unawatuna, Hikkaduwa, Trincomalee Uppuveli, Koggala, Induruwa and more. One can enjoy the sun, sand and surf while swimming in the calm waters of the Indian Ocean. Snorkelling, diving and other extreme water sports are also available for the adventurous traveller.

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