Sri Lanka

Top cities in Sri Lanka

Colombo
2553 Activities
Negombo
1209 Activities
Kandy
603 Activities
Galle
471 Activities
Nuwara Eliya
311 Activities

Top attractions in Sri Lanka

Mulkirigala Rock Temple (Mulkirigala Raja Maha Vihara)
3 Activities
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Leisure World Water Park
3 Activities
Thrill seekers shouldn’t miss the high-octane Boomerang slide and the suspended Maverick, while families with young kids might prefer the Lazy River, the Log Flume, and a 9D theater that stimulates all the senses. Leisure World Water Park offers several admission options. Purchase a water-and-theme-park combo to enjoy both dry and wet rides, or choose a VIP package if you plan to visit more than once.
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Gregory Lake
158 Activities
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Udawalawe National Park
260 Activities
Udawalawe centers on the reservoir of the same name, which provides water for many of its animals, including its biggest draw—around 500 wild Asian elephants. Explore Udawalawe via 4WD game drives with a park driver-tracker. The park’s low scrub makes it perfect for spotting the elephants, as well as sambar deer, boar, waterbirds, and other animals. For more elephant interaction, visit the nearby Elephant Transit Home, an orphaned-elephant rehabilitation center.To save time on the day of your trip, prebook admission and arrange a safari independently; or for extra ease, choose a tour that includes a safari and return transportation from places such as Colombo, Bentota, Galle, and Ella. Other possibilities include day-trip combos to Udawalawe and Yala National parks; multi-day wildlife photography or island packages that visit Udawalawe and other locations; and overnight safari experiences that include accommodation at park campsites and lodges.
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Sigiriya Rock Fortress
644 Activities
If exploring independently, you’ll need to purchase an admission ticket that grants you access to the small museum, the gardens, and the 1,200 steps that lead to the summit. Tours—which typically depart from Kandy, Ella, Colombo, and Negombo—allow you to skip the hassle of public transport and often cover other must-sees sights such as the Dambulla Cave Temples and Polonnaruwa. Other options include Sigiriya-and-wildlife-safari combos, skip-the-line admission tickets, and self-guided tours on mobile apps.
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Temple of the Sacred Tooth Relic (Sri Dalada Maligawa)
560 Activities
Overlooking Kandy’s lake, the Temple of the Tooth is a key reason for the city’s UNESCO World Heritage Site status. Visitors explore the temple’s interior and view the jewel-encrusted caskets that contain the tooth—the precious relic itself is hardly ever on display. During Kandy’s annual Esala Perahera procession (July or August), the tooth caskets are paraded through the city atop a decorated elephant.As one of Sri Lanka’s biggest draws, the temple is a major stop on Kandy and hill country tours. Travelers get to visit on all regular Kandy tours, including walking and tuk-tuk excursions. Alternatively, you can experience the temple on a multi-day guided journey around some of the island’s highlights, such as Sigiriya, Galle, and national parks.
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Galle Fort
398 Activities
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Kosgoda Sea Turtle Conservation Project
85 Activities
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Galle Face Green
110 Activities
Originally laid out by the Dutch for cannon placements against Portuguese ships, Galle Face Green was extended and completed by the British in 1859, creating space for Colombo’s first horse racetrack, golf club, and cricket pitches. Today, locals come to the green to escape the city’s bustle, while in the evenings and on weekends, the green fills with people enjoying picnics, playing cricket, flying kites, watching the sunset, and browsing the food carts and trinket stalls.As one of Colombo’s most scenic and atmospheric spots, Galle Face Green features on many city tours. Daytime tours—including tuk-tuk and Jeep excursions—stop off to let you people watch and admire the kite, ocean, and city views. Those interested in Colombo’s cuisine, meanwhile, can opt for evening tuk-tuk, bike, or walking tours that focus on the green’s food stalls, stopping to sample hot snacks and sweets along the way.
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Gem Museum
3 Activities
First established in the 1920s, the Gem Museum welcomes visitors who want to view the museum displays and browse the precious and semiprecious gemstones for sale in the showroom. In addition to glass display cases filled with raw and cut gemstones, the museum’s attractions include a reconstruction of a Sri Lankan gem mine and a video revealing how the raw stones are mined, cut, and then set into gold, platinum, or silver to create rings, pendants, bracelets, earrings, and necklaces.The Gem Museum is one of an island-wide network of showroom-museums that feature as stop-offs on Colombo and Kandy tours—with travelers given time to explore their museum sections before viewing the gems and jewelry for sale. If you’re visiting one of these outlets on a tour, it’s wise to familiarize yourself with Sri Lanka’s gems beforehand so you know what to look for and can avoid overpaying for less precious stones.
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Top tours in Sri Lanka

Whales and Dolphins Watching-Luxury Super Grade Cruiser(Hotel Pick up offered)
Mobile Ticketing
Free Cancellation
Duration: 4 hours
Hassle-Free Airport Transfer Service (Private)
Mobile Ticketing
Free Cancellation
Duration: 1 hour
Udawalawe National Park | Private Safari Tour
Mobile Ticketing
Free Cancellation
Duration: 4 hours
Colombo City Tour by Tuk Tuk Morning & Evening ( Private )
Mobile Ticketing
Free Cancellation
Duration: 4 hours 30 minutes
Uva Halpewatte Tea Factory Tour in Ella Sri Lanka
Mobile Ticketing
Free Cancellation
Duration: 1 hour
Nuwara Eilya Sightseeings Day tours with Krishna
Mobile Ticketing
Free Cancellation
Duration: 4 hours 30 minutes
Organic cooking class and lesson
Mobile Ticketing
Free Cancellation
Duration: 3 hours
Yala safari Private Day Tours in Yala National Park
Mobile Ticketing
Free Cancellation
Duration: 1 day
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