Find out everything you need to know about driving in Sri Lanka from getting your permit to where to rent a car and tips & tricks for Sri Lankan roads.
The best part about visiting Sri Lanka might be the food! Sri Lankan cuisine is full-bodied and filled with flavor from locally-grown spices. Try out the smorgasbord of food options available from fine dining to seafood to street snacks. Not forgetting to follow it up with a steaming cup of Sri Lankan tea.
A journey through Hill Country, which is surrounded by a thousand shades of green tea estates, is an unforgettable sight one could experience when travelling around Sri Lanka. So, if you’re keen on exploring tea culture, here are some Ceylon tea experiences you should not miss.
So you’ve got one day to spend in Galle and are wondering what to do? Let’s start by saying, one day isn’t nearly enough to take in everything that this city has to offer, but it’s time enough to absorb enough to thrill you and convince you to come back. Shared here are some activities that you could cover in a day in Galle.
A trip to this warm tropical island is never complete until you sample some of the delicious local cuisine available along the streets of Sri lanka. It is impossible to take a stroll through any town, especially in the late evening, without being hit by the aroma of savoury goodies frying in fragrant coconut oil. Nor will you be able to escape the tell-tale clatter of metallic pans as you pass street-side eateries open from evening till the wee hours of morn.
Driving down the beautiful winding roads of Sri Lanka, there are a few stopovers which are a ritual to make. The following details will help you, “do as the locals do” the next time you visit Sri Lanka. Because of the cultural diversity within the island, the flavors change from city to city and province to province; therefore, you can enjoy your journey as much as your final destination. Following is a list of popular stopovers in Sri Lanka.