Sri Lanka

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Sri Lanka

Sri Lanka, former Ceylon, has everything you can expect from a tropical island: a rich history, age-old culture, many Buddhist temples, tropical rainforest, nature reserves, beautiful sandy beaches, good accommodation and last but not least: a friendly and enthusiastic population.

Distance:

1142 km

Level:

3

Stages:

19

Travel time:

4 weeks

Best travel period

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F

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A

M

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A

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Nature:

9 / 10

Culture:

8 / 10

Highlights:
1 the salt pans of Puttalam, which you can cycle through
2 the Yala National Park where you can go on a safari
3 Sigiriya, where you can climb the famous rock, Anuradhapura, where you can admire many, mostly Buddhist, historical buildings, Dambulla, where you can visit the famous rock temple with its beautiful statues and Polonnaruwa, the old city, where you can go through ancient ruins bicycles
4 the tea plantations and beautiful beaches

Explore the freedom!

You will cycle through the inlands of Sri Lanka, through small villages and towns, past the many cultural, historical and landscape sights and through a beautiful hilly landscape with widespread tea plantations.

Upon arrival, you will stay two nights in a cozy, small-scale hotel in Negombo, a calm environment, so that you can start your cycling adventure well-rested. It will be very worthwhile to take a short but fascinating “practice trip” around Negombo.

Everything you encounter along the way will leave a big impression on you: the salt pans of Puttalam, the Wilpattu National Park, the rock-carved temple at Dambulla, the lion rock of Sigiriya, the ruins of Anuradhapura and Polonnaruwa, the often overwhelming nature, the tea plantations, the beautiful beaches, the elephants and the fascinating daily life. In short, cycling is fantastic here!

You will also regularly be able to spend the night in accommodations ‘with character’. Do you want an unforgettable and versatile cycling holiday? Everything is possible in Sri Lanka!

Following the attacks in 2019:
We were shocked by the terrible attacks in Sri Lanka in April of this year (2019). A shock to the population and to the upcoming tourism. We keep a close eye on developments. At the moment (June 2019) we are happy that the travel advice is back on the same level as before the attacks. It is a fantastic cycling destination. Please contact us for more information.
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