Sri Lanka enjoys a complex climate due to its equatorial position which means regardless when you choose to travel, you are likely to enjoy good weather depending on where you are heading.
Down by the Beach
The best time to get yourself down to the stunning beaches in the south and west coasts which consists of Galle, Bentota, Koggala, and Unawatuna, is between the time period between December to March. Many hotels in down south, Sri Lanka including entities such as Mandara Hotels, enjoy a steady influx of beach lovers during this period.
Up in the hills
Nestled deep in the island’s hill country, Nuwara Eliya has a rather moderate climate than the sunny tropical coast. April is considered to be the best time to visit as the average temperature is around 20C.
Explore the Cultural Triangle
Located in the north, the island’s cultural triangle consists of Polonnaruwa, Anuradhapura, and Sigiriya, places which enjoy warm weather year-round. The time period between the months of May to September are quite dry with less humidity and is a good time to pay a visit.
Amidst the Jungles
Yala is one of the most popular wildlife parks on the island which attracts many nature lovers who wish to catch a glimpse of the elusive leopard. The best time to visit for an exciting safari is from February to June.
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