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Water & Land Adventure Sports

Sri Lanka has something to offer everyone including the sports & adventure lovers. On the adventure side of eco-tourism, it has the potential to become one of the great adventure destinations in the world. A rocky, mountainous core rises in three steps from the centre of the island. Sheer rock faces abound in an island dissected with ridges and mountain ranges. More than 103 rivers cascade down to the ocean, allowing plenty of scope for canoeing and white-water rafting. Anything from easy, grade one stretches, to hair-raising grade six rapids, to make even a seasoned rafter's heart pump fast, is available. Sri Lanka 's potential for scuba diving is probably understated. In addition to the well-known reefs, several others lie unexplored, off the routine diving-circuit.

It is probably in trekking that Sri Lanka has the potential to stake a claim as a premier soft-adventure destination. Being a relatively compact island, it is not too difficult to design a trekking circuit that will run from the cool highlands to the humid, lowland rain-forests, or the parched-dry lowlands. A trek can start at altitudes where temperatures drop below freezing, and end only a few days later, in an almost desert-like environment. The mountainous core and seasonal monsoons work to produce markedly different climatic zones in a relatively small area. The trekker can experience mountain forests, alpine grasslands, tea estates, paddy fields and scrub jungles, all in the space of a week.

The warm waters - 27°C/80°F – around Sri Lanka 's coast encourage wonderful surfing, diving and snorkeling. The calmer inland waters offer windsurfing, water skiing, dinghy sailing and jet-skis.




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Fascinating & Gushing Waterfalls in Sri Lanka

Sri Lanka , in comparison to its size, has perhaps the largest number of waterfalls of any country in the world. Indeed, there are nearly 400 in Sri Lanka . A recent study undertaken by the Lanka Council on Waterfalls (LCWF) - an organization set up to improve public awareness and understanding of water issues to promote the conservation and wise use of nature and natural resources - has recorded 382 waterfalls in Sri Lanka.

The waterfalls in Sri Lanka are well distributed and are not confined to the hill country. Even Colombo District has four waterfalls. Of course they are not very tall - two are just four metres each, another 10m and the fourth is 15m. Kurunegala District has just one - six metres tall. Gampaha and Hambantota districts have two each.

The largest number of waterfalls are in the Ratnapura district (109) followed by Nuwara Eliya (75) and Kegalle (40). Some of the waterfalls have very interesting stories attached to them, mainly folk tales and legends. The most beautiful waterfalls have been selected for stamps and there have been a number of issues featuring waterfalls.

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Tropical Warm Golden Beaches

You can relax & unwind in our tropical warm sun kissed Beaches, amidst golden sands over a thousand miles of coconut palms. Lovely bays, lagoons, coral reef gardens with colourful fish could be seen from glass bottom boat rides to create a paradise you won't forget.

The beaches and beach resorts of Sri Lanka are outstanding . Just 8 miles away from the airport are the lovely beaches of Hendala, Uswetakeiyawa, Marawila, Negombo and Waikkal.

West & South Coast Beaches - Sri Lanka 's tropical seasons make it possible for half of our island's coast to receive the sun at any given time of the year. The climate is pleasant with average temperatures of around 270 Celsius, 80 Fahrenheit.

High season for the beaches of the south and west is November to April. At this time the weather is beautiful and perfect for water sports.

Close to the airport and north of Colombo are the lovely beaches of South of Colombo is our famous 'gold coast' with many fine resorts which stretch from Mt. Lavinia (a suburb of Colombo) along Wadduwa, Kalutara, Berulawa, Bentota, Induruwa, Kosgoda, Ahungalla, Hikkaduwa, Galle, (the famous Galle Fort, port of trade in ancient times, another UNESCO world Heritage site), Unawatuna , Koggala, Weligama, Mirissa, Dickewella, Tangalle and Hambantota in the South. Here you can take your pick of excellent beaches, calm surf protected by quiet bays, coral, tropical fish and always... bright sunshine!

Eastern & Northern Beaches  - Here too, Sri Lanka has fine beaches with typically wide stretches of sand and what seems like miles of clear; shallow water. One of the best stretches of beach in Sri Lanka is the East Coast which runs to more than 300 kilometres. -Nilaveli and Kalkudah are leading resorts. Nilaveli is ideally suited for sunbathing, swimming and diving. Kalkudah and its neighbour Passekudah are two of the best beaches in the region and this area was declared a national holiday resort as far back as 1973. An ideal stretch for bathing and water sports.

Value-for-Money. In our South & West coasts we have a wide range of hotels & resorts to choose from to suit your budget. You could find luxurious comforts & all the five star amenities such as adventure tours, animations & the kind of entertainment typical of the “club” concept with fine accommodation. There are also colonial period inns & comfortable, affordable hotels for those who prefer a simpler fare.

Water Sports/Recreation - Regardless if you are into swimming, surfing, diving or just sun-bathing Sri Lanka got it all. Surrounded by the warm waters of the Indian Ocean, Sri Lanka offers but not only exceptional diving opportunities, with shipwreck dives of special interest, but many other kinds of water sports like Windsurfing, Water-Skiing, Surfing, Wave Boarding, Canoeing, parasailing, Boating, Snorkeling, Fishing, Water Polo, Water Gymnastics, Water & Jet Snooker Racing, whitewater river rafting etc, are arranged & run by qualified local & foreign professionals.

Indoor & out door games - In addition to Water Sports Sri Lanka offers a wide variety of indoor & out door games, such as, Tennis, Squash, Mini Golf, Beach Volleyball, Badminton, Archery, Table Tennis, Billiards etc.

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The Enchanted Wildlife - Bird Watching, Safari

There is a long tradition of conservation rooted in its ancient traditions which teaches kindness to all living creatures and indeed Sri Lanka has an abundance of exotic and varied wildlife - whether it be on land or in the water.

Mammals - Of the 92 species of mammals in Sri Lanka , 14 of which are endemic, pride of place goes to the majestic elephant.

Despite human encroachment, the island's biggest cat - the leopard - continues to prowl the remaining small forest areas. Many species of deer - the Sambar, the Hog Deer and the Mouse Deer - as well as the Sloth Bear can be found in the Parks. Other mammals such as the Wild Boar, Porcupine and Monkey - especially the Grey Langur - are common throughout the island. In the north-western seagrass beds, the protected Dugong can still be spotted. The Bear Monkey, a subspecies of the endemic Purple-faced Leaf Monkey is confined to the montage region, whilst the others arc found across humid areas of the country. The highest endemic number of mammals in Sri Lanka are amongst the shrews, and the largest group of mammals-consisting of 36 species - are bats.

Butterflies - To the naturalist, Sri Lanka offers a tantalising array of interesting and unique butterfly forms. Of the 242 known species, 42 are endemic to the island.

Inland Waterways - With cascading waterfalls and as many as 103 rivers, all major groups of vertebrates can be found in Sri Lanka . Of these, the highest endemic species are found in the amphibian and reptile group. Most of the 107 species of fish are marsh and river dwelling.


An Orchestra of Birds for Bird Watching Lovers - The abundance of Sri Lanka 's bird-life makes it an ornithologist's paradise. Of the 435 recorded species, 230 are resident, and no less than twenty-three are endemic to the island. Most of the endemic birds, like the Sri Lanka Myna or the Yellow-eared Bulbul, are restricted to the wet zone. Others such as the striking red-faced malkoha and the Sri Lanka Spot-wingcd Thrush, can be found throughout the island, although confined to small areas of humid forest.

Among the best areas for bird-life are the Sinharaja Forest Reserve, the Peak Wilderness Sanctuary and the Polonnaruwa Archaeological Reserve Area. Around mid-August, the first flocks of the species that winter in Sri Lanka begin to arrive with large numbers of waders from northern temperate countries - sandpipers, stilts, plovers and tcrns - finding refuge in the unique lagoons along the coastal belt

In the forested areas, migratory tree warblers, thrushes and cuckoos can be found. Reservoirs in the dry zone attract numerous types of ducks, whilst large water birds - including storks, herons and egrets - can easily be spotted in areas such as Buniala, Kalametiya and Wirawila in the north-western province. The eastern lagoons in the island, particularly Bundala, are especially famous for migrating flocks of flamingoes.

If it is Game Fish you are after, then there are plenty of Marlin, Barracuda, Yellowfin or Grouper to be found in the Ocean off Sri Lanka - as well as sightings of Dolphins and Whales.

The reefs and seabeds also offer another exciting attraction. For the skilled diver; underwater archaeologists or photographer submerged wrecks abound in coastal waters - from centuries old galleons to the aircraft carrier HMS Hermes (sunk in 1942), there are plenty of wrecks to explore.

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