- 1 Which is the best month to visit Sri Lanka?
- 2 What is the rainy season in Sri Lanka?
- 3 What is the tourist season in Sri Lanka?
- 4 Is Sri Lanka expensive?
- 5 How many days do I need in Sri Lanka?
- 6 What is the coldest month in Sri Lanka?
- 7 Which side of Sri Lanka is best?
- 8 What is monsoon season in Sri Lanka?
- 9 What is the summer season in Sri Lanka?
- 10 Is July a good time to visit Sri Lanka?
- 11 What is the best time to visit Colombo?
- 12 Is August a good time to visit Sri Lanka?
- 13 What should I avoid in Sri Lanka?
- 14 Is food expensive in Sri Lanka?
- 15 What should I not miss in Sri Lanka?
Which is the best month to visit Sri Lanka?
Generally, the best time to visit the west and south coasts as well as the Cultural Triangle is between December and April, while on the east coast the climate is at its finest from May through to October.
What is the rainy season in Sri Lanka?
The south-western monsoon brings rain to the south-west of Sri Lanka between May and September, while the dry season in this region runs from December to March.
What is the tourist season in Sri Lanka?
The best season to visit the west, south and Hill Country is during winter, from December to March. This is consequently the most touristic season in Sri Lanka. The southwest monsoon goes from May to September in these areas. During this period, a lot of rain is expected and the sea is rough.
Is Sri Lanka expensive?
If you’re on a budget, Sri Lanka can still be fairly inexpensive, so long as you stick to using local transport and staying in cheap guesthouses – you can still travel by bus from one end of the island to the other for around $25, get a filling meal at local cafés for a couple of dollars, and find a decent double room
How many days do I need in Sri Lanka?
When it comes to how long to spend in Sri Lanka, I generally advocate a duration of about two weeks. Depending on what the weather is doing during your trip, this can allow you to follow a trajectory that looks something like this: 1-2 days in Colombo. 1-2 days in Kandy.
What is the coldest month in Sri Lanka?
The coldest month with respect to mean monthly temperature is generally January, and the warmest months are April and August. The mean annual temperature varies from 27°C in the coastal lowlands to 16°C at NuwaraEliya, in the central highlands (1900m above mean sea level).
Which side of Sri Lanka is best?
The south coast is one of Sri Lanka’s most rewarding areas to visit. Representing the island in microcosm, the region offers gorgeous beaches, colonial towns, and superb wildlife parks, as well as a host of Buddhist shrines and temples.
What is monsoon season in Sri Lanka?
The main southwest (“Yala”) monsoon brings rain to the west and southwest coasts and the hill country from April or May to September and is wettest from April to June. The less severe northeast (“Maha”) monsoon hits the east coast from November to March and is wettest from November to December.
What is the summer season in Sri Lanka?
The best beach conditions in the SUMMER SEASON ( May – October ) can be found on Sri Lanka’s East Coast and on the West/South Coast during the WINTER SEASON (October – May). The ideal time to visit the The Hill Country & Cultural Triangle is December – April.
Is July a good time to visit Sri Lanka?
July overview July sees a slight improvement in weather conditions in the south and west of Sri Lanka as the summer monsoon eases off, especially as the month progresses. The north and east coast continues to enjoy plenty of sunshine during July, with temperatures in the mid-30’s.
What is the best time to visit Colombo?
The best time to visit Colombo is between December and March and July and September. December till March brings pleasant weather.
Is August a good time to visit Sri Lanka?
Good weather is expected in the north and along the east coast, making August one of the few months that beach lovers can have their pick of Sri Lanka’s beaches. The north-west coast, from Negombo northwards, can also be promising. Swimming in the sea on the south and west coasts during August is often not recommended.
What should I avoid in Sri Lanka?
13 Things Tourists Should Never Do in Sri Lanka, Ever
- Don’t disrespect religion.
- Don’t turn your back on a Buddha statue.
- Don’t compare Sri Lanka to India.
- Don’t get carried away in public.
- Don’t take snaps without asking first.
- Don’t try to check into a hotel with no beds.
- Don’t take ‘no’ for an answer.
Is food expensive in Sri Lanka?
While meal prices in Sri Lanka can vary, the average cost of food in Sri Lanka is LKR1,407 per day. Based on the spending habits of previous travelers, when dining out an average meal in Sri Lanka should cost around LKR563 per person. Breakfast prices are usually a little cheaper than lunch or dinner.
What should I not miss in Sri Lanka?
10 Things Not to Miss in Sri Lanka
- Celebrate Sri Lankan culture in Colombo.
- Climb to the top of Adam’s Peak.
- Soak up the history in Galle.
- Check out the ruins at Sigiriya.
- Chill out on Bentota’s beaches.
- Browse the spice bazaars in Pettah.
- Tour the ruined cities of Anuradhapura and Polonnaruwa.