Sri Lanka: 1 Month Itinerary And Travel Guide

Sri Lanka 1 Month Itinerary And Travel Guide

I was amazed how a small country like Sri Lanka could offer so much variety! Sri Lanka has beautiful beaches, green mountains, even greener tea plantations, ancient and impressive Buddhist temples, colorful and detailed Hindu temples and much more. And all that on an island 4 times smaller than the U.K.!

In our 1 month Sri Lanka trip we went city sightseeing in Colombo and Kandy, hiking in Ella and Haputale, temple hopping in Anuradhapura and diving in Weligama.

Things to do in Colombo Sri Lanka 2 day itineraryHiking in Ella Sri Lanka Little Adams Peak Nine Arch Bridge Ella Rock
Temples in Anuradhapura Sri Lanka which temples to seeScuba Diving in Sri Lanka Weligama Bay Dive Center

How to plan the perfect Sri Lanka trip

I have written several posts about our trip, together with this itinerary it should provide you with all the information you need to plan your trip to Sri Lanka! My other Sri Lanka posts can be found here:

Sri Lanka budget breakdown ⇒ our average daily travel budget in Sri Lanka.
Sri Lanka accommodation guide ⇒ where we stayed during our trip, pros and cons about those accommodations and prices per night.
Sri Lankan food ⇒ typical and delicious food I ate in Sri Lanka.

Kottu Sri Lankan food you must try - travel for food

Sri Lanka 1 month travel itinerary

In the map below you can find our 1 month Sri Lanka itinerary (including budget accommodation and all the Sri Lanka highlights we visited):

  • Day 1: arriving at Bandaranaike International Airport in Negombo
  • Day 2-3: sightseeing in Colombo, the capital of Sri Lanka
  • Day 4-5: exploring Galle and around
  • Day 6-8: diving, surfing and relaxing in Welligama
  • Day 9: snorkeling in Talalla
  • Day 10-11: safari at Udawalawe National Park
  • Day 11-13: hiking in Ella
  • Day 14-15: walking through tea fields in Haputale
  • Day 16: explore Nuwara Eliya
  • Day 17-18: discover cultural Kandy
  • Day 19-20: visit iconic Sigiriya
  • Day 21: wander around ancient Anuradhapura
  • Day 22-23: travel north to colorful and quiet Jaffna
  • Day 24-26: relax in laid back Kalpitiya

Sri Lanka travel itinerary: important facts and figures

• I traveled around Sri Lanka with my husband.
• Our 1 month trip started and ended at Bandaranaike International Airport (Negombo).
• We traveled from place to place by public transport. We took trains, tuktuks and a lot of colorful & loud buses☺. In this post I will provide as much detail as I can about how we got from from A to B.

Travel by bus Sri Lanka public transport getting around

Day 1: arriving at Bandaranaike International Airport in Negombo

We arrived at Negombo airport in the middle of the night. Luckily the owner of our accommodation, Erandi Holiday Home, picked us up with his tuktuk and quickly drove us to his place. We were exhausted and asleep as soon as our head hit the pillow.

How to get from Negombo to Colombo:

From Negombo airport to Colombo by bus Sri Lanka

Day 2-3: sightseeing in Colombo, the capital of Sri Lanka

Colombo wasn’t my favorite place in Sri Lanka, but if you have one or two days to spare the city does have some nice places to visit. We did 2 days of sightseeing in Colombo:

• Hotel the Pilawoos ⇒ famous for its kottu, a typical Sri Lankan dish. We had it for breakfast and it was very tasty indeed!
• National Museum ⇒ I personally didn’t enjoy this museum very much, it was being renovated and a large part of the museum was inaccessible. Also, the collection on display was limited, probably also because of the renovation. Entrance fee was 600 rupees per person.
• Old Town Hall and Vihamaradevi park ⇒ lovely green park for a stroll.
• South Beira Lake ⇒ we walked around this lake on our way to Galle Face Green.
• Galle Face Green ⇒ a great spot to watch the sunset!
• Fort Old District ⇒ we explored the historical district Fort. I especially liked the Clock Tower and the beautifully renovated Dutch Hospital.
• The T Lounge by Dilmah ⇒ stylish cafe with delicious and refreshing tea!

The T Lounge by Dilmah Colombo Fort Sri Lanka nice place for tea

Where to stay in Colombo:

We stayed at Siebel Serviced Apartments for 2 nights (for more details and directions to this hotel, check my Sri Lanka accommodation post).

How to get from Colombo to Galle:

From Colombo to Galle by train Sri Lanka

Day 4-5: exploring Galle and around

We spent 2 days in Galle and I liked this city a lot more than Colombo. It’s quite small and easy to get around on foot.

Things to do in Galle Sri Lanka 2 day itinerary

• Galle Fort ⇒ We spent one day exploring the historic Galle Fort. While I cannot always be proud of Dutch history (like how we exploited our colonies) the Dutch Fort in Galle is a fine piece of architecture. Plus, it helped to protect (part of) Galle from the terrible tsunami in 2004…
• Around Galle ⇒ our second day in Galle we rented a scooter from the owner of our apartment and explored the area around Galle. We visited the Virgin White Tea estate (Handunugoda), drove through green fields and to the villages Hikaduwa and Unawatuna.

Things to do in Galle Sri Lanka 2 day itinerary scooter rental

Where to stay in Galle:

We stayed at The One Apartment for 2 nights. More details in my Sri Lanka accommodation guide.

How to get from Galle to Weligama:

From Galle to Weligama by train Sri Lanka

Day 6-8: diving, surfing and relaxing in Welligama

Sri Lanka Daily Budget - daily costs of travel in Sri Lanka

I liked Weligama a lot, it’s a laid-back place with nice beaches and great for surfing.

Surf lesson ⇒ our first ever attempt at surfing! We took a one hour lesson at ‘My Brothers School’ but didn’t pick a very good day, there were almost no waves! We did get to practice standing up and even caught a couple of very shallow waves!
Relaxing at the beach ⇒ there are many small beaches around Weligama, we found a pretty private beach near Fishermans Bay and spent a lot of time there…

Things to do in Weligama South Coast Sri Lanka 3 day itineraryThings to do in Weligama South of Sri Lanka 3 day itinerary

Diving ⇒ I love diving, it’s one of my favorite travel activities! We did 2 dives with Weligama Bay Dive Center (at Yala Rock and Patch Point). It was so good to be back in the water, I hadn’t dived since Cuba, but for Frank it had been almost 2 years since his last dive in Koh Tao.
Mirissa ⇒ I was glad we were staying in Weligama instead of Mirissa, there were so many loud bars in Mirissa (I know, I’m old and boring?). Nevertheless, it was a nice place to spent an afternoon. We found a beach bar with lounge chairs, perfect for a drink and to watch the sunset.

Where to stay in Weligama:

We stayed at Naomi River View Villa for 3 nights.

How to get from Weligama to Talalla:

From Weligama to Talalla by bus Sri Lanka

I kept an eye on Google maps (offline, use GPS function) to check where to get off the bus for Talalla. The Wajirawansa Maawatha bus stop is a little past Talalla village, across the bus stop is a small road leading to the beach and several hotels.

Day 9: snorkeling in Talalla

Talalla ⇒ a lovely little village on the South coast of Sri Lanka. There isn’t much to do in Talalla, but there is a beautiful beach and it’s good for snorkeling. Unfortunately we didn’t see a turtle, but a fellow traveler at our hotel saw 2 turtles when he was snorkeling so you never know…

Talalla beach most beautiful beach on the Southcoast of Sri Lanka where to go

Where to stay in Talalla:

We stayed at Seaview Resort for 1 night.

How to get from Talalla to Udawalawe Junction:

From Talalla to Udawalawe Junction by bus Sri Lanka

Day 10-11: safari at Udawalawe National Park

safari at Udawalawe National Park

Safari in Udawalawe National Park ⇒ on day 10 we traveled from Talalla to Udawalawe Junction and booked a safari for the next morning (day 11) at our hotel. I had never been on a safari before and it was amazing!

First we witnessed a beautiful sunrise and once the sun was up we saw lots of animals: elephants, buffaloes, deer, colorful bee-eaters (birds), peacocks, a big lizzard and… crocodiles! The safari was definitely one of the highlights of our Sri Lanka trip.

Safari Udawalawe National Park Sri Lanka

Note: bring a jacket, I found it quite chilly in the early morning (5.30am)! Also be sure to bring some water and food. Our safari took 4 hours and I was very happy we brought something to eat and drink.

Where to stay in Udawalawe Junction:

We stayed at A to Z Family Guest Udawalawe for 1 night and also booked our safari there (4500 rupees per person).

How to get from Udawalawe Junction to Ella:

From Udawalawe Junction to Ella by bus Sri Lanka

Day 11-13: hiking in Ella

After the safari we traveled to Ella, a beautiful village in the mountains and my favorite place in Sri Lanka. We stayed in Ella for 3 days and did lots of hiking!

Things to do in Ella Sri Lanka hike Little Adam's PeakThings to do in Ella Sri Lanka hiking to Nine Arch Bridge

Little Adam’s Peak and Nine Arch Bridge ⇒ the views from the top of Little Adam’s Peak are phenomenal, on a clear day you can see all the way to the ocean on the South coast. It wasn’t that clear the day we hiked up, but the views were still amazing. From Little Adam’s Peak we walked to Nine Arch Bridge and arrived just in time to see the 10.56 train drive over the bridge. The total loop took us around 2 hours and 45 minutes.
Ella Rock ⇒ this was another beautiful hike, but a bit longer and steeper than the hike to Little Adam’s Peak. However, it was definitely worth the effort, the views along the way and from the top are gorgeous! The return hike took us 3 hours and 15 minutes.

Things to do in Ella Sri Lanka hike to Ella Rock

Where to stay in Ella:

We stayed at Mount Breezevilla for 1 night and at Ella Alpine Resort for 2 nights.

How to get from Ella to Haputale:

From Badulla to Ella and from Ella to Haputale by train Sri Lanka

The easiest way is to go directly from Ella to Haputale by train. However, we wanted to cross the Nine Arch Bridge by train… And in order to do that, you have to travel by train from Badulla. Therefore, we took a bus from Ella to Badulla (1 hour) and boarded the train there. Another hour later we crossed the beautiful bridge and arrived once again in Ella. Needless to say we stayed on the train until we reached Haputale?.

Day 14-15: walking through tea fields in Haputale

Bawa Guesthouse Sri Lanka Haputale view from balcony

The trip to Haputale is an activity in itself, the train ride from Badulla to Haputale is one of the most beautiful ones in the world and it costs just 80 rupees (something like 50 cents in €/$)! Haputale itself is also very nice, the village is located on the ridge of a hill and there are amazing 360 views! We stayed in Haputale for 2 days and did some more hiking.

Adisham Monastery ⇒ unfortunately we couldn’t visit this lovely looking monastery (it’s closed on weekdays) and only take a peak through the trees. We hiked back to our guesthouse via the tea plantation.
Lipton’s Seat ⇒ from Haputale bus station we took a bus to the Dambatenne Tea Factory (30 rupees pp). From the factory it was a beautiful 7 km hike through the vivid green tea fields to reach Lipton’s Seat.

Sri Lanka daily budget

The views from Lipton’s Seat were not bad either…

Fun fact: it’s called Lipton’s Seat because Sir Thomas Lipton used to sit here and look out over his estates.

Things to do in Haputale Sri Lanka hike to Liptons Seat Dambatenne Tea Factory

Where to stay in Haputale:

We stayed at Bawa Guesthouse for 2 nights.

How to get from Haputale to Nuwara Eliya:

From Haputale to Nuwara Eliya Nanu Oya by train and by bus Sri Lanka

As there is no train to Nuwara Eliya we had to change to a bus at Nanu Oya station. We got out at the T-junction at Gregory Lake and walked to our accommodation.

Day 16: rainy Nuwara Eliya

The Grand Cafe ⇒ I didn’t like Nuwara Eliya very much, but that was probably because it was grey and rainy… We spent most of our time indoors drinking cups of cute cat coffee.

The Grand Hotel Nuwara Eliya The Grand Cafe good coffee instead of high tea

Where to stay in Nuwara Eliya:

We stayed at the Cottage for 1 night, but I wouldn’t recommend this place (more info in the accommodation guide).

How to get from Nuwara Eliya to Kandy:

From Nuwara Eliya to Kandy by train and bus via Nanu Oya bus Sri Lanka

Our original plan was to go to Dalhousie and hike Adam’s Peak, unfortunately the weather was terrible. It’s a lot less fun to hike in the rain so we went directly to Kandy instead.

Day 17-18: cultural Kandy

Things to do in Kandy Sri Lanka 1 day itinerary

Walk around the lake and hike up to the viewpoint ⇒ we strolled around the Bogambara Lake and spotted many turtles and large lizards! A little uphill we found a nice viewpoint overlooking Kandi city center.
Sri Mahabodhi Maha Viharaya ⇒ instead of the famous Temple of the Tooth we visited this much quieter temple on a hill in Kandy.

Where to stay in Kandy:

We stayed at the the Travellers Home for 2 nights.

How to get from Kandy to Sigiriya:

From Kandy to Sigiriya by bus Sri Lanka

Day 19-20: iconic Sigiriya

Walk around the famous Lion Rock ⇒ we arrived late in the afternoon and took a quiet stroll around the moat of the famous Lion Rock. We even saw a crocodile, very cool!
Climb Pidurangala Rock ⇒ for the best views of the Lion Rock we climbed up Pidurangala Rock (entrance fee is 500 rupees per person). It was very hot and sweaty but so worth it…

Read more about the famous rock formation of Sigiriya

Sri Lanka Daily Budget daily costs of travel in Sri Lanka

Where to stay in Sigiriya:

We stayed at Pathum Homestay for 2 nights.

How to get from Sigiriya to Anuradhapura:

From Sigiriya to Anuradhapura by bus Sri Lanka itinerary 1 month

Day 21: ancient Anuradhapura

Anuradhapura temple tour ⇒ so many Buddhas and temples in Anuradhapura… We checked out 8 sites, including the famous Jaya Sri Maha Bodhi tree and beautiful white Ruwanwelisaya stupa. However, this colorful statue in the lesser known Isurumuni Viharaya temple was my favorite!

Temples in Anuradhapura Sri Lanka ancient history

Where to stay in Anuradhapura:

We stayed at Hanoi Palace for 1 night but I wouldn’t recommend this place.

How to get from Anuradhapura to Jaffna:

From Anuradhapura to Jaffna by train Sri Lanka itinerary 1 month

Day 22-23: colorful and quiet Jaffna

sri lanka 1 month itineraryThings to do around Jaffna Velanai and Karainagar on a scooter
Things to do in Jaffna Sri LankaThings to do around Jaffna explore Velanai and Karainagar on a scooter

Rent a scooter and explore! ⇒ not many travelers make it this far north but I am glad we did, Jaffna was one of the highlights of our 1 month Sri Lanka trip! We rented a scooter and drove around roads less traveled on the beautiful islands Velanai and Karainagar.

The roads are peaceful now, but this area suffered severely from the Sri Lankan civil war which ended only in May 2009…

Sri Lanka 1 month travel guide

Where to stay in Jaffna:

Something went wrong with our booking at Hotel Blue Whale and we had to stay at the Park Hotel for our first night (not recommended). Luckily we could change to Hotel Blue Whale the next day.

How to get from Jaffna to Kalpitiya:

From Jaffna to Kalpitiya by train and bus Sri Lanka itinerary 1 month

Day 24-26: laid back Kalpitiya

More scooter exploring ⇒ our accommodation was out of town so we rented a scooter for 2 days to get around. And to do some more exploring of the Kalpitiya peninsula! On our last day we watched the most amazing sunset… A perfect way to say goodbye to beautiful Sri Lanka!

Sunset Kalpitiya Sri Lanka

Where to stay in Kalpitiya:

We stayed at Nethu Villa for 3 nights.

How to get from Kalpitiya to Bandaranaike International Airport in Negombo:

From Kalpitiya to Negombo airport by bus Sri Lanka travel itinerary 1 month

We had a really great time in Sri Lanka, like I said at the start of this post: it’s a really varied country! We covered a lot of ground in 1 month, but there is still much more to see. We didn’t go to the East coast of Sri Lanka as it was monsoon season at the time of our visit (February 2017). Perhaps another time…

Anyway, below you can download a table with the transport information and a table with the activities listed in this itinerary. If you have less time available to explore Sri Lanka, also check out this 2-week itinerary by my friend Sarah!

Enjoy your trip to Sri Lanka!

Looking for more travel planning resources? Check out the Phenomenal Globe Travel Planning Library and my Travel Resource page!

1 month travel itinerary to plan a perfect trip to Sri Lanka! Map + detailed information how to get from A to B (incl. Ella, Sigiriya, Kandy, Jaffna & more). #SriLanka #Ceylon1 month travel itinerary to plan a perfect trip to Sri Lanka! Map + detailed information how to get from A to B (incl. Ella, Sigiriya, Kandy, Jaffna & more). #SriLanka #Ceylon
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  1. May 26, 2017 / 1:43 am

    What an inspirational journey! Ella looks like a particularly stunning place to go hiking. I love hiking; I find that its a way of challenging my body in the best way possible. Thanks for sharing!

    • Lotte
      May 27, 2017 / 2:41 pm

      Thanks Mark! Ella was amazing, a really beautiful village… I love hiking too, both for the exercise as well as for the amazing views!

  2. May 26, 2017 / 10:10 pm

    Great review Lotte! We stayed in Colombo for a month. LOVED The Commons; a fab breakfast spot where we feasted on American Brekky every Sunday. Amazingly tasty food. Sri Lanka has much to offer all travelers.


    • Lotte
      May 27, 2017 / 2:39 pm

      Wow, a month in Colombo, you must know the city very well! Food in Sri Lanka is great indeed, as is pretty much everything else;-)

  3. May 28, 2017 / 12:21 am

    Your itinerary looks amazing! I hope I have the chance to replicate it one day. And I love that you have included the routes for each place–so helpful.

    • Lotte
      May 28, 2017 / 12:50 pm

      Thanks for your kind comment Heather, happy to hear you like to post and transport information tables! I hope you get to visit Sri Lanka one day, it’s a beautiful country…

  4. Jet Reece
    September 25, 2017 / 2:27 am

    Hi Lotte,
    Thanks – looks amazing! We have only 2.5 weeks – what would you recommend in that time?

    • Lotte
      September 25, 2017 / 6:31 pm

      Hi Jet,

      Sri Lanka is absolutely amazing and so colorful! If you have 2,5 weeks I would probably skip the North. As beautiful as Jaffna and the surrounding islands are, it takes a day to get there and another one to get back (to Anuradhapura). My favorite part was Central Sri Lanka (Ella and Haputale in particular). Colombo was interesting but it is a big city so if you have limited time you may want to skip that too. And depending on how much relaxing time you need, Kalpitiya was lovely but the beaches on the South coast are beautiful too and are easier to get to. Altogether I would recommend:

      Day 1: arriving at Bandaranaike International Airport in Negombo + travel to Galle
      Day 2: explore Galle
      Day 3-4: Welligama
      Day 5-6: Udawalawe National Park (you only need 1 morning here, but you have to travel from the South coast which takes time)
      Day 7-8: hiking in Ella
      Day 9-10: walking through tea fields in Haputale
      Day 11-12: visit iconic Sigiriya
      Day 13-14: wander around ancient Anuradhapura
      Day 15: travel back to Negombo

      Hope this helps! Enjoy your trip:-)

  5. Cindycky
    November 10, 2017 / 11:04 am

    I am planning about 21 days in Sri Lanka. Any tips on which cities I can skip or cut short?
    Thanks in advance!

    • Lotte
      November 11, 2017 / 8:17 am

      Hi Cindy,

      I’m sure you’ll love Sri Lanka, it’s a beautiful country with very friendly people and delicious food. If you have 3 weeks you can see lots of things, but if I had to choose I would probably skip Colombo. It’s an interesting place, but still a big and busy city, I preferred the more quiet places in Sri Lanka. And instead of visiting Kalpitiya as well, I would only visit to the South Coast, the beaches there are beautiful too and are easier to get to.

      Hope this helps! Enjoy your trip:-)

  6. Larissa
    December 26, 2017 / 7:20 pm

    Thank you so much for your interesting blogpost!
    My boyfriend and I wil spend 1 month in Sri Lanka departing the 18th of January 🙂 I’m actually a little worried about the weather due to the fact that a cyclone just passed through the south of the island although it seems to be the best time to travel in Sri Lanka. It looks like you had perfect weather. When did you go there?


    • Lotte
      December 29, 2017 / 1:30 pm

      Hi Larissa,

      I hope you and your boyfriend have a wonderful time in Sri Lanka, it’s such a fun and friendly country! We spent the entire month of February there so fairly similar to your travel plans. Of course the weather remains something beyond anyone’s control but usually your travel period should be dry and sunny:-).

      Have a great trip!

  7. Claire
    January 14, 2018 / 3:51 am

    Hello, I have enjoyed reading about your experiences in Sri Lanka. You have included details that have been hard to find in other places.
    My partner and I have 35 days planned in Sri Lanka in Feb/March. We love hiking and plan to do as much as we can. I am wondering if you found the hills easy to navigate yourself or did you use a guide? Are there maps or easy to follow walking trails? I am always cautious when trekking in an unknown country. Did you learn about any other hikes that you would have like to go on if you had more time?

    Thanks for the information! Claire

    • Lotte
      January 14, 2018 / 9:10 pm

      Hi Claire,

      I’m so happy to hear you like my Sri Lanka posts:-). About your hiking question: we found the hikes we did well-marked and easy to follow. Nevertheless, I do always download the map of the country we are in on my phone ( app). That way I can see the trails and our position during the hikes. I do have to add we mostly did rather popular hikes (Ella Peak, Little Adam’s Peak, Pidurangala Rock) so we never were the only ones on the trails. I would have loved to do Adam’s Peak but unfortunately the weather was terrible so we skipped that one…

      Have a wonderful trip!

  8. Tom
    February 7, 2018 / 11:42 am

    Hello Lotte, I enjoyed your tour of Sri Lanka. Hopefully my month in march/April will be just as amazing. How much time did you book in advance for your hotels? And any recommendations of sites. Are there many laundry shops. Thank you, Tom

    • Lotte
      February 7, 2018 / 2:58 pm

      Hi Tom,

      Thanks, I’m happy to hear that! I’m sure your month in Sri Lanka will be amazing, it’s such a lovely country:-). About your questions, I booked my hotels 1 or 2 days ahead and never had any issues to find good accommodation. You can find all the places we stayed at in this post: Laundry can often be done by your accommodation, if not, it’s easy to find a place to do laundry pretty much anywhere in Sri Lanka! Have a great trip!


  9. Zita
    February 18, 2018 / 12:50 pm

    Hi Claire,
    Me and my boyfriend are planning on going to Sri Lanka in July. But we’re not sure if July is the best time to go. We don’t have an option to go in any other month, would you still recommend going?
    Hope to hear from you, thanks in advance!

    • Lotte
      February 18, 2018 / 6:54 pm

      Dear Zita,

      While I haven’t been to Sri Lanka in July myself I think it’s still very much worth a visit. in general your best bet would be to visit lots of places on the East Coast, which has the best weather between April and September. The cultural triangle should also be fine weather-wise. The West and South Coast tend to be a bit wetter during these months. Hope this helps, have a great trip!


  10. Hang Rai
    February 22, 2018 / 3:53 am

    Wow! What an inspirational journey!

    • Lotte
      February 24, 2018 / 10:31 am

      Thank you:-)

  11. Carol
    April 15, 2018 / 1:35 am

    Hi Lotte
    Fabulous blog; from accom, expenses, what to see and how to travel! My sister and I are going to Sri Lanka for 18 days from mid-May (can’t wait). We plan arrive Colombo, day trip to Galle, train to Jaffna, train & bus to cultural triangle, bus to Kandy, train to Ella then back to Colombo. Re bus travel we will probably have a small roll-on plus a modest back pack each – any difficulty with these on board? Re train travel – any need to book in advance during May? We prefer either 2nd or 3rd class reserved?
    Thanks again

    • Lotte
      April 15, 2018 / 6:40 pm

      Hi Carol,

      Thanks, I’m glad you like my blog! Awesome you’ll be going to Sri Lanka, it’s a beautiful and colorful country. Your itinerary sounds great! Regarding your luggage, it can get very busy in buses and trains but the upside: they are never ‘full’. People will always make room for you, even when you think it’s not going to possible to squeeze one more person in. I wouldn’t worry about it! About the train travel, I’m not sure how you would go about booking the train. We just showed up at the train station and bought tickets for the same or the next day. I hope this helps, have a wonderful trip!


    • Jennifer
      January 19, 2019 / 12:07 pm

      Hi Carol,

      I am planning to go to Sri Lanka this year from mid May too and im just wondering how was the weather when you went? I plan to stay for about 3 weeks and I really want clear skies and sun but I am afraid from reading online that there might be a lot of rain?


      • Lotte
        January 19, 2019 / 2:20 pm

        If only we could choose the weather for our holidays;-)

  12. Mani
    September 19, 2018 / 1:31 am

    Thank you so much for sharing your one month Sri Lanka trip plan with us. I am going there for a month and follow your plan. I am also gonna start my Sri Lanka exclusive travel blog and I hope in month I will have enough time to explore Sri Lanka. Again thanks.

    • Lotte
      September 19, 2018 / 10:47 am

      Hello Mani,

      Thank you for reading and I hope you have a great time in Sri Lanka! Good luck with your travel blog:-)


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