According to Khiri Travel Sri Lanka’s GM, not only is the country one of the safest for families to travel in, there’s something for everyone – from its ancient ruins and exquisite cuisine to spectacular sun-drenched beaches.
With Sri Lanka destined to become a world-class destination, Khiri Travel engages travelers in a much more authentic experience of this stunning country that transcends the humdrum sightseeing experience.
Join us for one of our Khiri Travel Signature Experiences to see such Sri Lankan highlights as colorful and vibrant Colombo, the wild lowlands of Yala, or the glittering southern coastline of Dondra Head.
For an alternative to Yala National Park, Sri Lanka’s most visited national park, there are at least ten other national parks in Sri Lanka that are also very worth visiting. They not only have fewer tourists, but also have other compelling reasons to be included on a holiday itinerary.
Travelers to Sri Lanka will be stunned by the country’s rich architectural heritage, such as the Cultural Triangle – the crucible of early Sinhalese civilization – which began in the cities of Anuradhapura and Polonnaruwa where imposing monuments are a compelling reminder of a bygone age.
Home to many languages, races and cultures, Sri Lanka is also a country with a rich biodiversity offering all sorts of opportunities
Galle city on the southwestern tip of Sri Lanka, built by the Portuguese, is one of the region’s best examples of a fortified city with a fascinating synergy of colonial and native architectural styles.
Enjoy the good life at this homestay in Sri Lanka with a local Tamil family, whose hospitality and generosity will remind you that travel is not about the sights, but about the people.
How to plan a trip to south Asia and avoid the seasonal monsoon winds that bring rain and stormy weather. Here is some expert advice from our team in Sri Lanka.
A wonderful and caring Sri Lankan couple serves travelers a picnic lunch of Sri Lankan home cooking in the heart of Sri Lanka’s first ancient capital.