School Trek - Sri Lanka Treks and Trails

Easy trekking on good tracks and trails

14

days

Schools

Trek

From $2,740 Land only

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Holiday Overview

Highlights

  • Educational visits to Sri Lanka’s archaeological highlights
  • Visit the rock fortress of Sigiriya and the `Temple of the Tooth`
  • Climbing the `Pilgrim`s Route` to the summit of Adam`s Peak
  • Wildlife safari in Yala Park and relax at the beach in Arugam Bay

For natural abundance and sheer variety of landscape and culture, few places on earth can rival Sri Lanka. This exceptional School Adventure itinerary includes the chance to make educational visits to many of Sri Lanka's historical and archaeological highlights, such as the natural rock fortress of Sigiriya, the cave temple of Dambulla and the former capital of Kandy with its 'Temple of the Tooth'.  It also features a selection of day-hikes and a mini trek through the pristine mountains of  the Knuckles and Namunukula ranges. We walk to 'World's End on the Horton Plains and follow the pilgrim trail up sacred Adam's Peak (2243m), where a midnight start allows us to experience sunrise at the summit. We also spend an evening at the isolated Monaragala lake temple where we attend a class on meditation and stay overnight in the pilgrim's accommodation. Our Sri Lankan experience includes meeting local villagers in a part of the country rarely visited by tourists plus a wildlife safari through leopard country and some relaxation time at Arugam Bay beach resort. For a fantastically varied and educational adventure this trip is hard to beat. This tried and tested KE Schools itinerary can be adjusted to better fit the needs of your group - please call and speak to a KE School Groups Coordinator or email schools@keadventure.com

Is this holiday for you?

The intention of this school adventure is to enjoy the best of the varied hiking which Sri Lanka has to offer. combined with visits to some of the island's most important historical and cultural sights.  The hiking is not particularly strenuous and the altitudes attained are never sufficiently high to cause problems with acclimatisation. In addition, the underfoot conditions are generally good, on tracks and trails through tea plantations and forest and between villages, although we may encounter some slippery conditions on forest trails. There are 6 days when we do a significant amount of walking, averaging 5 to 6 hours on each of these days. The ascent of Adam's Peak involves 4 hours up and 2 hours down on an unrelenting series of more than 3000 steps! In order to catch the sunrise moist of this ascent is made at night. During the Pilgrim season (December to May) the entire trail is lit with electric lights. Outside of this season we will make the ascent by the light of our head-torches.

Brief Itinerary

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  • Arrive Colombo, transfer to Sigiriya
  • Polonnaruwa and Sigiriya Fortress
  • Visit cave temples and drive to Kandy
  • Transfer and walk in the ‘Knuckles’
  • Trek through the Knuckles via Meemure
  • Visit Corbet's Gap & drive to Maskeliya
  • Climb Adam's Peak, drive Nuwara Eliya
  • Trek Horton Plains to World’s End
  • Trek in the Namunukula Range
  • Trek through the South Eastern 'Dry Zone'
  • Morning at the beach, afternoon visit to Panama and nature walk
  • Drive to Tissamaharama. and Yakla wildlife safari
  • Visit Kataragama and transfer to Induruwa Beach
  • Transfer to airport and depart.

Land Only

The price of our trips does not include international air travel to the start location in the destination city and country. The start location for joining the trip is identified for each trip. It's usually a centrally located hotel. KE can easily arrange all airport transfers for you.

International Air Travel

Please contact us at KE for air travel advice. We will be happy to discuss the flight arrangement which best suits your group.

2 teachers FREE

The Guide Price assumes that 2 teachers will accompany the group. Their Land Only costs are covered by the group's payment.

Guide Price $2,740*
Park Fees/permits N/A
Other Charges N/A
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* We give a price estimate for all of our school trips. This is based on 12-16 pupils and includes two free teacher places. If you are interested in a specific trip, we will send you a quote letter. You may wish to take extra teachers or add on additional days and this can all be included into your quote, on request.

Itinerary

Holiday Itinerary

  • Arrive Colombo, transfer to Sigiriya

    On arrival at Colombo Airport, we are met by our KE Schools Adventure leader or a KE representative who will arrange our transport for the 4 hour drive to Sigiriya. This is the central point of Sri Lanka’s cultural triangle and the most convenient base for excursions to a number of historical sites. We check in at our hotel which is in a very tranquil location near the famous Sigiriya or 'Lion' Rock. The hotel has a swimming pool and restaurant.

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  • Polonnaruwa and Sigiriya Fortress

    We drive for approximately 2 hours to another stunning example of ancient Sri Lankan art and culture. Following the decline of Anuradhapura in the 10th century AD, a new first city arose at Polonnaruwa and this became Sri Lanka's capital for the next 200 years. Also a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the entire landscape of Polonnaruwa is punctuated by huge man-made reservoirs, the most famous of which is the Parakrama Samudra or the 'Sea of Parakrama', which is bigger than Colombo harbour! The monuments on the site are relatively well preserved and give a clear picture of the glory of Sri Lanka's ancient architecture. Highlights are the Royal Palace complex including the Kings Palace and Audience Hall, the Quadrangle with its concentration of ancient heritage and the spectacular Gal Vihare complex of four massive images of the Buddha, cut from a single slab of granite. Polonnaruwa also contained the original 'Temple of the Tooth' before the relic was moved to its present-day site at Kandy. We return to the hotel for lunch and in the afternoon we drive to nearby Sigiriya where we can climb to the top of the amazing fortress known as Lion Rock. This spectacular natural stronghold is a UNESCO World Heritage site and one of Sri Lanka’s major attractions. The most impressive facets of the unique complex are the Water Gardens, the frescoes of beautiful maidens, the Mirror Wall with its ancient graffiti and the Lion Platform. We can climb up to the summit of the rock, which extends to 1.6 hectares and which was completely covered by buildings during the period of Sigiriya’s glory. Descending from the rock we have a short transfer back to our hotel. The rest of the day is free to relax before dinner at the hotel.

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  • Visit cave temples and drive to Kandy

    After a visit to the cave temples of Dambulla we drive for approximately 2 hours south through a varying landscape of rice paddies and jungle , passing small farms and bustling towns. The plains eventually give way to rolling hills as we enter the ‘tea country’ and complete our drive to the charming town of Kandy where we check into a hotel. The rest of the afternoon is free to explore this bustling town encircled by hills, with a tranquil lake at its centre. An absolute must-see is the famous ‘temple of the tooth’ where the Buddha’s tooth, known simply as ‘the relic’ is kept. We meet back at the hotel in the evening for dinner.

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  • Transfer and walk in the ‘Knuckles’

    After breakfast we drive for approximately 1½ hours up into the Knuckles range of mountains, so called for their resemblance to a clenched fist when seen from near Kandy. The Knuckles exhibit just about every climate zone in Sri Lanka progressing from the ‘dry zone’ at their base, through lemongrass and flame trees up to high cloud forest with tumbling waterfalls and an abundance of wildlife. The Knuckles were once used extensively to grow cardamom and the cultivation of this spice had created a serious deforestation problem which threatened an entire and unique eco-system. Fortunately the Sri Lankan government stepped in and the entire range was made a conservation area. Today the forests are pristine and in 2010 UNESCO recognised this unique area by making it a 'World Heritage Site'. We drive to our campsite located high on a mountain slope overlooking the Knuckles Valley. After settling in at the campsite, we make a 3 – 4 hour trek through the rich and varied foliage of sub-montane and montane rain forest with a breathtaking view of the valley as the backdrop. We stop for lunch at a village guesthouse before returning to our camp.

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  • Trek through the Knuckles via Meemure

    We make a short transfer to the start of our trek at a small village. The trek is on rough trails through scrub, jungle and forests and we may need to ford some streams en route. After trekking for approximately 3 hours we reach the isolated farming village of Meemure, deep in the Knuckles Valley. We can take a break here at the little village shop and partake in the local elevenses of hot sweetened tea with 'jiggery', made of coconut sap. We then continue our trek climbing out of the valley and make our way back to our camp.

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  • Visit Corbet's Gap & drive to Maskeliya

    Back in the vehicle we transfer to Corbet’s Gap. Named after the Englishman who discovered it, the ‘gap’ is a vast split in the range of Kandyan Hills. On a clear day, the views extend to the sea in both directions - east and west. From Corbet’s Gap we continue to Maskeliya at the base of Adam's Peak for an early dinner and some rest before our early start tomorrow.

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  • Climb Adam's Peak, drive Nuwara Eliya

    Separate from the central mountain massif of southern Sri Lanka, the dramatic 2243 metre high Adam's Peak would present an unmissable challenge, even without its religious significance. However, the mountain, also known as Sri Pada (The Holy Footprint) is sacred to 4 religions - Hinduism, Buddhism, Christianity and Islam. From the full moon in December to the full moon in May, streams of pilgrims make the ascent at night, climbing the rough trail and 3306 steps to the summit. During this time the trail is illuminated by street-lights and stalls are set up along the way selling tea, snacks and breakfasts, and there is an air of festival throughout the climb. Outside of the pilgrim season we will climb the peak by the light of our head torches and possibly alone. Either way, the aim is to be on the summit at dawn to witness the sunrise and we must start shortly after midnight. The climb takes anywhere from 3 to 5 hours. At the summit is a Buddhist temple which encloses the 5-foot long footprint of Buddha / Adam / Shiva - depending on your belief. During the season, a cacophony of horns erupts as the first rays of the sun crest the horizon. In the light of dawn, we descend from the peak in just a couple of hours and have a welcome breakfast at the guesthouse. Thus refreshed we now proceed to Nuwara Eliya, the very heart of the Sri Lankan hill country. It is the home of the famous Ceylon Tea and most of the lower slopes of the mountains present a rolling carpet of velvety green tea plantations, interspersed with gushing streams and tumbling waterfalls. The British tea planters turned a section of Nuwara Eliya into a replica of home and some of the houses here would not look out of place in a Sussex Village. This town is utterly charming and a must on everyone’s Sri Lankan travel itinerary. After checking in to our comfortable guest house accommodation the rest of the afternoon is free to explore the town or to rest and recover from the morning’s climb.

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  • Trek Horton Plains to World’s End

    After an early breakfast, we drive up onto the Horton Plains and set off on the 2 to 3 hour trek to 'World’s End' and the beautiful Bakers Falls. Horton Plains is Sri Lanka's highest plateau, some 2200 metres (7200 feet) above sea-level and located in the central mountain country. Known locally as 'fen', the landscape hereabouts is spectacular, with an astounding variety of scenery from mountains to grasslands, from marshes to trout streams. Sri Lanka's best flavoured high-grown teas are found growing in the surrounding area. The dramatic drop-off at the edge of the plateau is particularly well demonstrated at 'World's End,' where there is a 300 metre (1000 foot) precipice. With a cool and bracing climate, this is excellent hiking country, with a distinctive flora, colourful butterflies and many rare highland birds. Returning to our vehicle we drive to our overnight accommodation which tonight is in the town of Bandarawela.

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  • Trek in the Namunukula Range

    We have a short transfer into the Namunukula Range where we enjoy a wonderful day of trekking starting out high on the the lush green slopes of Sri Lanka's 'tea country'. Walking mostly downhill we descend through villages and farms to the 'dry zone' at Hingurukaduwa in Uva Province. 6 hours walk. Our vehicle will be waiting for us at Hingurukaduwa and we now have a drive of approximately 1 hour 30 minutes along a rough road to reach Monaragala Lake. There is a temple complex here which included a school for young Buddhist monks. Here and we are invited to take part in the temple rituals and enjoy a meditation session before staying overnight in the simple accommodation of the temple dormitory - an authentic Sri Lankan experience not to be missed!

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  • Trek through the South Eastern 'Dry Zone'

    Our trek today takes us through an unspoilt region heading through 'dry zone' towards the east coast. As we will now have realised the term dry zone is somewhat misleading thanks to the industry and engineering ability of the ancient Sri Lankans who built literally hundreds of miles of irrigation canals, and created a landscape of lakes and reservoirs. Thanks to their efforts the term ‘dry’ refers only to the lack of rainfall. Today's walk will take us through forests and besides lakes but also through local vegetable farms and orchards where we can enjoy some local hospitality and perhaps sample the fruits of the forest and field too. This part of Sri Lanka is much less visited than the more well known tourist spots and we are likely to receive an open and warm welcome here. This area is also teeming with bird and animal life and our guide will know the best places to see the local fauna. At the end of today's walk which will take approximately 5 hours, we meet our vehicle and drive to Arugam Bay on the shores of the Indian Ocean. Something of a surfers' paradise especially during the big wave season from April to October, Arugam Bay is also a great place just to relax. Arriving at the bay we check into our hotel just a few steps away from the beach. After check-in we can go down to the beach or relax with a drink beside the hotel pool before taking dinner in the hotel restaurant.

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  • Morning at the beach, afternoon visit to Panama and nature walk

    The morning is free to enjoy the beach or to explore the nearby town of Pottuvil with its local market. In the afternoon we drive south to the small fishing village of Panama located close to the northern edge of Yala National Park. During almost 30 years of bloody civil war waged between the Tamil Tigers and the Sinhalese government, this part of the country was virtually cut off from the rest of the world and life here has evolved at an entirely different pace. In the company of a local guide we take a walk through the environs of the village and its fishing lake which is also the watering hole for many species of bird and animal life. Being so close top the national park we are also likely to see elephants on today’s walk. After our walk and visit with the people of Panama, we return to the hotel at Aurugam Bay for a second evening beside the Indian Ocean on Sri Lanka’s east coast.

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  • Drive to Tissamaharama. and Yakla wildlife safari

    Leaving the coast we now drive west to Buttala, often referred to as the 'rice bowl of Sri Lanka'. At Buttala we turn south again and follow a road through the Lunugamwehera National Park which is contiguous with Yala Park to the east. After a drive of 3 - 4 hours we arrive at the charming town of Tissamaharama where we check into our hotel. This afternoon we will drive approximately 20km to the entrance for the Yala National Park where we will take a jeep safari. This is Sri Lanka’s most well-known National Park and is the habitat for elephant, bear, crocodile and wild boar as well as reputedly having the world’s highest concentration of leopard per square kilometre. The vegetation in the park is primarily grassland and shrub jungle with patches of dense growth, while several salt and fresh water lagoons are a haven for a large variety of resident and migrant birds. The areas where we are likely to find leopard tend to be typified by rock strewn hillocks with dense shrub in which the animals hide. After the safari we return to our hotel in Tissamaharama. Known locally as 'Tissa', this is a very pleasant rural township. The backdrop to the town is the Tissa Wewa, a large artificial lake where you can stroll along the shore and watch bathers mixing with flocks of aquatic birds. Between the lake and the town and surrounded by paddy fields, is the beautifully restored 3rd century 'Great Stupa'. The modern town is a bustling city with the main street lined with shops, cafes and kiosks.

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  • Visit Kataragama and transfer to Induruwa Beach

    We leave after breakfast to visit the town and shrine of Kataragama which is possibly the holiest place in Sri Lanka containing the 95 feet high Kiri Vehera stupa built by King Mahasena in the 3rd century BC. From here we drive to the south coast of the island to the old colonial Dutch port of Galle. The original fortified town built on a square-shaped promontory jutting out into the Ocean by the Dutch in 1663 has had few changes over the centuries and walking round the old town we are transported back in time. From 17th century Galle we continuing our journey along the coast turning north now to reach the tranquil beach resort of Induruwa on Sri Lanka's west coast. After check in, the remainder of the day is free to enjoy the beach or the hotel pool or just to sit and relax among the palms with a drink watching the lapping waves of the ocean.

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  • Transfer to airport and depart.

    After an early breakfast, we have a transfer of 2.5 - 3 hours north along the coast to the airport at Colombo where KE Land Only package services end.

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Holiday Information

  • A qualified UK KE Schools leader
  • An experienced English-speaking local guide
  • Colombo Airport group transfer at the beginning and end of the trip
  • All land transport involved in the itinerary
  • All accommodation as described in the trip dossier
  • All Meals
  • Guided sightseeing and entrance fees as indicated in the itinerary
  • A full service when trekking including food and all equipment (not personal equipment)
  • Travel insurance
  • Visas
  • Tips for local staff
  • Miscellaneous expenses - soft drinks and souvenirs etc.
Sri Lanka’s rich history includes several periods of colonisation which has created an exotic cuisine with influences from Indian, Portuguese, Dutch, Malay and a host of other world food traditions. The staple food of Sri Lanka is rice, which is boiled or steamed and served with a variety of curries ranging from very mild to very fiery. A typical Sri Lankan meal would consist of a main curry of fish, beef, chicken or mutton, accompanied by several other side dishes made with vegetables or lentils, pickles, chutneys and 'sambols' - a spicy condiment made of ground coconut or onions mixed with chilli, dried fish and lime juice. Other Sri Lankan foods include Hoppers - rice pancakes commonly eaten for breakfast and lunch, and lamprais - a dish of Indonesian / Dutch origin comprising of rice cooked in a meat stock and slowly baked in a banana leaf with a variety of meat and vegetable sides. In the majority of tourist hotels including the ones we shall be using for this trip it is also usual to find several Western dishes offered on the menu.
All meals are included in the trip price from dinner on day 1 to breakfast on day 14.
There will be a single group transfer arranged on day 1 to meet the group flight. On the final day there will be a single transfer to Colombo Airport in time for check in for the return flight. Your KE Schools leader or a KE representative will meet the group at the airport on arrival and arrange these transfers. Detailed joining instructions along with an emergency number and hotel contact information, will be provided with your booking confirmation.
The group will spend 2 nights near Sigiriya, in a hotel which comprises of a number of individual cottages, set in a large and landscaped garden area. There is a swimming pool, restaurant and all amenities at this hotel. The group has a total of 2 nights camping using 2-person tents. This will be in a natural campsite with minimal facilities. The group will also have: 1 night at a hotel in Kandy, where we use a good standard of hotel, 1 night in a simple guest house in Nuwara Eliya, 1 evening in a comfortable guesthouse prior to our early hours approach to Adam's Peak, 2 nights in Bandarawela at a relaxing mountain inn with comfortable rooms and a sunny garden, 1 night in 'pilgrims' accommodation at the Monagarala temple where accommodation is in dormitories, 2 nights at a hotel in Arugam Bay, 1 night in a hotel in Tissamaharama and our final night is spent at the Royal River Resort in Induruwa. Depending on availability it may be possible to book a single room for some of the hotel nights.

View the gallery below for images of the style of accommodation used

All KE school adventures are led by a specialist UK KE Schools leader. During the trip the leader will be assisted by an English-speaking local guide and drivers and on trek will be supported by a trek crew including a cook, camp staff and porters or baggage animals and their handlers.
Approximately £150 (or equivalent in US dollars, Euros etc) changed into local currency (rupees), should be allowed for miscellaneous expenses including tips for your local support staff, soft drinks etc. If you are intending to buy expensive souvenirs, you should budget accordingly (credit cards can be useful in this respect). It is not necessary to obtain local currency (the Sri Lankan Rupee) prior to departure. Sterling, US Dollars and Euros are equally acceptable for exchange. We recommend that you carry your travel money in the form of cash rather than travellers cheques, since you will exchange the majority of this on the day of your arrival in Sri Lanka. When changing your travel money you should obtain a quantity of small bills for tips to staff.
Tipping is the accepted way of saying thank you for good service. Tips do not form part of the wages of your local support staff but they are very much appreciated. Most groups will want to show their appreciation to the local staff who work so hard to make the trip a success. Normally, tips are given at the end of the trip and this is best done as a group. As a guide, we recommend that each student contributes £30 (in rupees) to these tips. Your KE School Adventure leader will help you make arrangements for a fair distribution of tips among the trek crew.
Your main baggage will be carried in the support vehicles. There is no weight limit other than that set by the airline (usually 20kg) but we do ask you to restrict your luggage to one main bag plus your daypack.

All KE clients will receive a FREE KE trek bag.  These have been specially made to stand up to the rigours of adventure travel.  Your KE bag will be posted to you when your trip is guaranteed to run or on receipt of your booking if the trip is already guaranteed.  If you have travelled with us before and already have a KE trek bag you can select an alternative free gift in the booking process.

The altitudes attained on this holiday are not extreme and the maximum altitude attained is no more than the equivalent of a pressurised cabin on an international flight. You may ‘feel’ the altitude the first time you trek above 2000 metres but all that is required is a slower pace to compensate. You should pay particular attention to your hydration levels while trekking above 2000 metres.

The following checklist should help you with your packing. As a general rule, you should always try to keep the weight of your equipment to a minimum.

You must bring the following items:

  • Hiking boots
  • Trainers / sneakers or similar for traveling, sightseeing etc.
  • Sandals for the beach
  • Socks
  • Technical walking socks (2 or 3 pairs)
  • Spare laces
  • Trekking trousers pants
  • Lightweight waterproof overtrousers
  • Underwear
  • Shorts
  • Thermal base-layer shirts
  • T-shirts and/or casual shirts
  • Fleece jacket or warm jumper
  • Lightweight waterproof jacket
  • Sunhat
  • Warm hat
  • Eyewear - Sunglasses
  • Warm fleece gloves
  • Daypack: c. 30 litres
  • Torch / headtorch
  • Sun protection (including total bloc for lips, nose etc.)
  • Water bottles 1 Litre (x2)
  • Washbag and toiletries
  • Insect repellant – (DEET)
  • Personal first aid kit, including: a broad spectrum antibiotic, antiseptic cream, throat lozenges, diarrhoea treatment (Immodium), painkillers, plasters and blister treatment, insect repellent (DEET), and re-hydration salts (Dioralite), glucose tablets, and multi-vitamin tablets are a good idea.

The following items are optional:

  • Trekking poles
  • Antibacterial handwash
  • Small towel
  • Travel clothes
  • Pocket-knife (note: always pack sharp objects in hold baggage)
  • Repair kit – (eg. needle, thread, duct tape)
  • Small padlock (to lock your KE trek bag)
  • Camera / memory cards / batteries

For each holiday there is a minimum number of participants required to enable it to go ahead. Once the minimum number is reached, the trip status will change from 'Available' to 'Guaranteed to run'. You can check the trip status for each departure in ‘Dates and Prices’ table. Other than in exceptional circumstances, we will not cancel a trip once it has achieved this guaranteed to run status and so you are free to proceed with your international flight booking and other travel arrangements.

A passport with 6 months remaining validity at the end of your stay is generally required. The information that we provide is for UK passport holders. Please check the relevant embassy or consulate for other nationalities. It is your responsibility to ensure that you have the correct travel documents and visas for your holiday. Visa requirements and charges are subject to change without notice. If you are travelling outside the EU you should have at least 2 blank pages in your passport.

We recommend you check if you require an adaptor for your electrical items at:

http://www.worldstandards.eu/electricity/plugs-and-sockets/

As a reputable tour operator, KE supports the British Foreign & Commonwealth Offices ‘Know before you go’ campaign to enable British citizens to prepare for their journeys overseas, and we recommend that all KE travellers take a look at the FCO Travel Advice for their chosen destination on the official FCO website: www.fco.gov.uk. North Americans can also check out the U.S. Department of State website: www.travel.state.gov for essential travel advice and tips.

KE treat the safety and security of all clients as the most important aspect of any trip we organise. We would not run any trip that we did not consider reasonably safe.  Should the FCO advise against travel for any reason, we will contact everyone booked to travel to discuss the situation.  We receive regular updates direct from the FCO and are in constant touch with our contacts on the ground.  If you have any questions about government travel advice, please call our office.

Sri Lanka has a typically tropical climate with an average annual temperature of 27°C at sea-level. It is, of course, cooler at higher elevations, with annual average temperatures of 20°C in Kandy, dropping to 16°C at Newara Eliya. Year round, the conditions in the hill country are perfect for trekking with pleasantly warm days. At lower elevations and at the coast it can get quite hot around the middle of the day and evenings are generally pleasantly warm. Sri Lanka is subject to two monsoonal influences. The south-west monsoon brings rain from May to July to the western, southern and central regions, while the north-east monsoon brings rain to the northern and eastern regions in December and January. However these monsoons are not as pronounced as the Indian Monsoon and bright, sunny, warm days are common even during the height of a 'monsoon' season. From the point of view of the visitor, Sri Lanka has no 'off season'.
Sri Lanka. Lonely Planet Guide. Footprint Sri Lanka. Footprint Guides. Sri Lanka: The Bradt Travel Guide.

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