Hot air ballooning

A great way to experience the exhilaration of flight with a bird’s eye view of the area below, a silent ride through the sky, an excursion that has caught on fast with locals and tourist alike is hot air ballooning, drifting gently over the cultural triangle, or a wildlife park in a hot air balloon will be unforgettable, actually nothing beats a hot air balloon excursion across the central plains in our opinion. Hot air ballooning tours are available from the north central plains of the island and be carried away under blue skies and over the landscape dotted with many little man-made lakes, one might even spot an elephant near these tanks, ancient monuments, propose to your fiancée in a hot air balloon, celebrate your birthday in a hot air balloon, exchange vows and get married in the air in a hot air balloon! Functioning from Dambulla, the service is available From December to March.

White water rafting

Get ready for an action packed adventure! Indulge in some sensational white water rafting that is certain to bring about an Adrenaline rush. Conquer five major rapids and four minor rapids on the picturesque Kelani River while navigating the inflatable raft through torrents of fast moving water.

The boulder strewn stretch of the Kelani River at Kithulgala offers an ideal setting for White Water Rafting. White Water Rafting at Kithulgala gives the chance to enjoy the stunning tropical scenery of the region. This adrenaline filled adventure sport is suitable for first time rafters and experts alike.

Hiking & Trekking

For the keen hiker, there is a plethora of opportunities awaiting in Sri Lanka’s diverse and luscious hill country. The beautiful area of Haputhale, Diyathalawa, Knuckles(Kandy), located in the hill country of Sri Lanka, provides a base from which to try out a wide variety of hiking and trekking tours through jungle, across tea estates and up mountains. The river and numerous waterfalls in Sri Lanka are another key attraction that allows hikers and trekkers to enjoy a refreshing dip En-route!

In the same area the Horton Plains National Park offers some excellent hikes in an unusual environment, characterized by forest patches, grasslands and some high-altitude vegetation. Highlights include the dramatic 880 meter drop at World's End and the beautiful Baker's fall.

Our expert team will craft your hiking & Trekking experience to meet the specific interests/fitness levels of the group.


Explore Sri Lanka's off the beaten hidden secrets by Cycles with experienced local cyclists. Sri Lanka is a very diverse country with Tea estate in the hills with Hindu culture, scenic mountains and valleys with paddy fields and myriad of cultural attractions reached through unexplored countryside villages where one could experience Sri Lanka's culture, nature and wildlife. Our experienced local village cyclist will take you on guided cycle trips through Sri Lanka's most scenic and un explored routes.

Whale & Dolphin watching

The BBC documentary titled “Ocean Giants” featuring the mesmeric world of Whales and Dolphins, and the scientist’s effort to shed light on their habits and why they grow so large were filmed around Sri Lanka and according to them 30 Blue Whales were sighted in a single day

There is a 95% chance of spotting Blue Whales and great chances of Sperm Whales spotting as their migration path from Africa to Australia is just off Dondra Point. We are able to arrange Whale Watching Trips off Mirissa in a fully insured trawler boat which will last for 3 hours. There is a good chance of spotting Spinner Dolphins off Mirissa.

Whale watching periods

  • Mirissa (November to April)
  • Kalpitiya (December to April)
  • Trincomale (June to September)


Long-wished to fly high across the vast expanse of Sri Lanka? Try paragliding! One of the famous recreational and adventure sports in Sri Lanka, paragliding is the art of flying lightweight, free-flying, foot-launched glider aircraft, without any rigid structure. Take a bird’s eye view of Sri Lanka as you float in the air like a bird. The mountainous regions offer the best experience of paragliding in Sri Lanka while the captivating aerial sights offer you a great thrill.

Snorkeling & Diving

A glance at a world map will show you that Sri Lanka is a tiny island just north of the equator in the Indian Ocean. The warm nutrient-rich waters, the hot tropical weather, and an ideal location makes Sri Lanka the perfect holiday destination for lovers of diving – shallow or deep. Diving in Sri Lanka’s waters is a treat, as the island is ranked very high in biodiversity – in the ocean more than in land – and some treats are available off the coasts in the form of coral reefs and even shipwrecks.

Sri Lanka diving tours are always a different experience each time, as the currents shift lighter things around the seafloor, and the species range you will find on one day might differ drastically a few months later. The waters are known for their endemic species of fish, crustaceans, and other ocean dwellers. All our snorkeling and diving tours include at least one certified guide; you will also be provided the safety equipment and training required.


Sri Lanka is a famous surfing destination that caters to all experience levels. There are waves for learning how to stand on a surf board and there are tubes over shallow waters with sea urchins that make the wave even more exciting – surfers know what that means!

The country has different seasonal patterns on each side of the island; when one coast is choppy, the other is calm. The rains take turns hitting the coast from different directions, making Sri Lanka a year round surf option. The main surfing season for the south is from November to May – that’s when the waves are utter perfection. The best season on the east coast is from April to October, when the waves are longer.

Wind surfing

From a beginner to an expert just about everyone can find their ideal windsurfing and kitesurfing expedition destinations. The southern and southwestern coast, in particular, is preferred by surfers and the season lasts from November through April before the monsoons set in.

Negombo, to the north of Colombo, is often referred to as the water sports paradise of Sri Lanka. Excellent weather and surf conditions make it ideal and the opportunities it offers are varied. The lagoon is better suited for the amateur surfer while the beachfront is a great option for the experts. Windsurfing in Negombo between January and March can be really exciting. Through the rest of the year, wind conditions remain relatively calm.


Have you ever achieved something you didn't think you could? Maybe you ran that marathon that you never saw yourself running, or submitted a great report that, on first glance, you were pretty sure was impossible. If you ever overcome any kind of challenge, you'll know how amazing it feels, Now multiply that feeling by about a million, and you'll be somewhere close to the incredible feeling of achievement you get from jumping out of an airplane.

Experience the ultimate adrenalin rush of tandem skydiving from the Koggala Drop zone, Exit the plane from up to 15,000 feet for an insane 60 seconds of life-changing freefall. Float under canopy for 5-7 minutes and enjoy the 360-degree views of the southern coast of Sri Lanka, in all its breathtaking beauty.