Sri Lanka

Sri Lanka, in an official manner the Democratic Socialist Republic of Sri Lanka. It is an island country in South Asia, situated in the southwest to Indian Ocean and southwest of the Bay of Bengal and to the southeast of the Arabian Sea. Sri Lanka has been a popular destination of attraction for foreign travelers. Natural attractions include flora, nature spots and fauna, and places with an acceptable climate. Anthropogenic attractions include cultural attractions and archaeological , religion sites and historical , performing arts and handicrafts, folklore and artifacts. Sri Lanka has nearly 1600 km coastlines with tropical beaches which are famous among both local and foreign tourists. Sri Lanka has many tourist attractions with areas of natural scenic beauty, primarily including, waterfalls, mountainous terrains, agricultural landscapes places with diverse climatic conditions, reservoirs and rivers.

How to reach

how to reach

Colombo International Airport (CMB) is the major point of entry for international travelers in Sri Lanka. The availability of domestic flights in Sri Lanka is short as most of the cities are quite near to each other. Direct flights from Indian cities like Mumbai, Bangalore, Chennai and Delhi are available by Jet Airways, SriLankan Airlines and Air India. India to Sri Lanka flight duration may change from 3 hours 30 minutes to 90 minutes depending on the airport.

In Sri Lanka, Railways runs throughout the island. A train ride is relaxing as compared to other rides. In fact, the first class train ticket in Sri Lanka does not go above than Rs.1, 100/-. In Sri Lanka, there are three rail lines, including North from Colombo, East from Colombo, and South from Colombo. You can book an AC class o regular class depending upon the distance of your hours of travel and location.

Once you find out you will get the detail travel time of the buses that majorly includes routes like Galle, Negombo while there is a direct bus route from the Colombo to Kandy. For every hour the buses travel for fifty to forty kilometers. The speed lifts up as the drivers are set to wheel on the plane lands to 70 to 60 kilometers. But again the speed slows down in hilly areas to 20 km.