White Water Rafting

The experience of White Water Rafting in the picturesque Kelani River, there are 7 rapids covering. Every rapid gives you great fun…epic excitement…! Kithulagala is a paradise for Sri Lanka adventure travelers. Rafting activity can be experience anyone the age of 9 and above.

Jeep safari

Sri Lanka offers a myriad of jeep safari tours for all types of travelers of all age groups. Experienced wilderness guides will always be at hand to guide you along the safari and all facilities for a perfect jeep safari experience will also be provided.

Hot Air Ballooning

Hot Air Ballooning is relatively new activity to Sri Lanka, but in response to the ongoing search for new and exciting ways of seeing the country. So all you need to do is relax, enjoy the peace, quiet and admire the views of Sri Lanka!

Hiking & Trekking

With so many wildernesses to delve into, hiking and trekking are two of the best ways of enjoying the natural beauty of Sri Lanka, there is a plethora of opportunities awaiting in Sri Lanka’s diverse and luscious hill country. Get ready to explore it!

Kite Surfing

Ideal for adventurous outdoor sport enthusiasts, kite surfing provides heaps of fun and excitement for beginners and advanced practitioners. Kalpitiya is the most popular site for kite surfing in Sri Lanka, with the lagoon and its reef and islets providing the ideal kite surfing environment.

Water Skiing

Water-Skiing is the ultimate rush on the water's surface! Whether you're a beginner who just wants to get round without too many falls or a well-seasoned water-sports fan, eager to check out slalom courses and jumps in Sri Lanka, you're guaranteed a good time!

Surfing

Sri Lanka is a great place for surfing and Arugam Bay on the remote East Coast, one of the world’s 10 best surf points. Hikkaduwa, less than half an hour north of Galle, is the most famous surf destination on the west coast.

Diving & Snorkeling

Sri Lanka is globally renowned for its diving and snorkeling tours. As beautiful as Sri Lanka is on land, it is equally matched with its spectacular underwater scenery. Beneath the waters of the Indian Ocean lies a separate world of tropical fish and colored coral.

Whale & Dolphin Watching

Indian Ocean waters surrounding Sri Lanka are reported to consist of the highest amount of sperm whales in the world in addition to being a habitat for dolphins, Humpback Whales and Fin Whales. You can witness some of these majestic creatures in Mirissa and Kalpitiya.

Leopard Watching

You can witness leopards at Yala National Park which is home to one of the highest recoded leopard densities in the world, also live in Wilpattu National Park. This leopard species can be observed in various habitats including rainforests, scrub jungles and evergreen monsoon forest.