Sports and Adventure

Bird Watching

Sri Lanka is recognized as The Birds Paradise. As Sri Lanka lies off the southern tip of the Indian sub-continent it is favored by many species of migrant birds flying down using the Central Asian Indian Flyway to spend the colder months of the year.

Bird watching is becoming popular around the world and Sri Lanka can easily be promoted as one such destination. The best bird watching places are Kumana National Park, Wilpattu National Park, Sinharaja Forest etc.

Sports and Adventure


Kalpitiya is the best spot for kite surf in Sri Lanka: with excellent winds throughout the year for practicing this sport. The best season for Kitesurfing in Kalpitiya is from mid-May to September, as the winds are more constant and reliable. There are several spots for everyone ranging from flat water lagoons for beginners to wave riding spots in the Indian Ocean for serious kite surfers. Also, there is the possibility of joining kite trips to over a dozen other sandbanks located nearby tiny islands. There is enough space for uncrowded kitesurfing sessions, making Kalpitiya a haven for kiter surfers in Sri Lanka!

Culture and History

Kandy Temple

Kandy is the last Kingdom of Sri Lanka for the Sinhala Kings before British colonization. Kandy is most popular for its natural beauty with the relaxing climate and for the most popular Temple of the Tooth relic where Lord Buddha’s tooth relic is placed sacredly which is a UNESCO world heritage site. The Temple of the Sacred Tooth is Kandy’s main attraction, so a visit to this holy site is a must!

Culture and History

Adams Peak

The climb up Adams Peak has great significance to Buddhists with most wanting to do the pilgrimage at least once in their lives. In recent years it has become a must-do for all adventurous travelers to the country!

While the sacred mountain is primarily a Buddhist pilgrimage site it does also have major significance for Christians, Muslims and Hindus who each have legends about the origin of the footprint depression at the top of the mountain.

Sports and Adventure

Fishing Experience

Sri Lanka is an island surrounded by the Indian Ocean that offers enormous opportunities for water activities including Big Game fishing to more experiential lagoon fishing. Fishing in the lagoons of Sri Lanka creates so many sightseeing opportunities including bird watching, exploring mangrove caves and small islands. Go fishing in local style both sea & lakes. Test your skills with the local fishermen and enjoy the fishing experience.

Sports and Adventure

Whale Watching

The ocean is abundant with a huge diversity of sea life and is at the top of many things to explore in Sri Lanka. Sri Lanka is becoming a major spot for watching Whales and Dolphins. Whale watching is the practice of seeing whales and dolphins in their natural habitat. Whale watching is mostly an amusing activity.

The ideal locations for whale watching would be Dondra Point (accessible from Galle, Hikkaduwa and Mirissa) and Trincomalee while the sea off Kalpitiya teems with an abundance of dolphins. Mirissa is the best place to start your whale and dolphin watching tour in Sri Lanka