Elephant at Sri Lanka
Leopard Sri Lanka
Train at Sri Lanka
Selected Signature Experiences
Horton Plains National Park in the central highlands of Sri Lanka is famous for the 1000 meters tall cliff face of the World’s End escarpment.
Traditional dancers and the pulse of lively folk music illustrate the richness of local culture.
Spend a night on safari in a luxury tent in a wildlife hotspot with a chance to spot a leopard on the prowl.
Journey to a remarkable rock fortress and World Heritage site that dominates the surrounding jungle.
Sri Lanka: Incredible Diversity
Of all the roughly 40 countries I have been to in my life, I can honestly say that Sri Lanka is one of the top two. I asked myself, what makes this country stand so far above the rest? In a nutshell, it’s the diverse breadth of activities that exist in extremely close proximity. Due to Sri Lanka’s compact size, it’s easy to travel to an incredibly vast assortment of captivating activities. Allow me to elaborate on how a small island, just a bit bigger than the Netherlands can have so much tourist potential!
For your sand and surf clients, Sri Lanka has over twenty major beaches. Besides lying in the sun, travelers can go swim with dolphins, or whale watching, scuba diving, surfing, snorkeling, and kite boarding, or just explore the beautiful coastline.
Wildlife plays a very large role in attracting visitors to the country. There are more than 440 species of birds, 33 of which are endemic to the island. Sri Lankan forests have the largest density of leopards in the world. The country is home to the largest herd of wild elephants: when driving through the countryside, it’s quite common to come across elephant herds on the roads. Wildlife is literally everywhere you look: crocodiles, monitor lizards, deer and more.
Sri Lanka has a long and proud ancient history. Ancient cities included great palaces allowing for lots of crumbling ruins to explore today! Sri Lankans are very friendly and helpful and have a great respect for life and nature. Aware of the dangers of pollution and global warming, together we focus on keeping the island clean while investing in sustainable building practices.
If all these enigmatic features are not enough to convince your clients to book a trip to Sri Lanka, consider this: The FOOD is delectable and delicious! My palate absolutely fell in love. I am sure your travelers will too.
Gonzalo Gil Lavedra
I cannot express enough my gratitude for such fantastic organisation in making our dream holiday come true. It has, thanks to Khiri travel, indeed been a once in a lifetime experience.
Sri Lanka is a diverse destination with an amazing range of experiences for such a small island. The recorded history of the Island dates back 2500 years when an exiled prince from northern India drifted onto the shores of Sri Lanka to establish the first known civilization here. It boasts a varied range of landscapes from golden beaches to rolling hills, forests and lush tea plantations.