A great place to start any tour in Sri Lanka with its wide beach and lively bars as well as its old historic quarter you can wander around and get the feel of Sri Lankan daily life. The old fishi...Show More
Riding from the hotel we head inland on minor backroads through one of the main rice growing regions of Sri Lanka. The verdant rice fields fringed with Coconut and Mango plantations are typi...Show More
Riding from the hotel along scenic roads with village life and jungle section that seldom see tourist, you can really experience rural Sri Lanka. With lots of interesting stop’s on route, from ...Show More
After breakfast cycle tour Anuradhapura the first capital of Sri Lanka and grandest of all the ancient cities. We start at the Sri Maha Bodhi (Sacred Bo-Tree) brought as a sapling from the origin...Show More
Our journey upriver continues. We cross the Mekong this morning and begin cycling from Kratie, wheels bound ever northward through the suburbs of this small city. Travelling along an old kings ...Show More
A picturesque ride along irrigation canals and around lakes to Dambulla, the impressive cave temple overlooking the town. Built by king Walagambahu in the 1st century B.C., the five cave or templ...Show More
At leisure or visit the town centered around the Temple of the Tooth it is the most venerated temple in Sri Lanka. The crowded temple and surrounding streets and bazaars are fascinating to wander...Show More
Today we ride through the heart of Tea County with plenty photographic opportunities almost at every bend. Leaving Kandy we follow the Mahaweli River back towards its birth place hig...Show More
We start off with more climbing, with a few rough sections of tarmac, up through the tea estates passing by Adam's Peak, the holy mountain of Sri Lanka, to a remote pass which is part&nbs...Show More
For early risers there is an option of an early morning safari in Uda Walawe park, known for its herds of elephants, crocodiles and a plethora of bird life. Late morning, we set off to co...Show More
Optional backroad ride ending at Mirrisa Harbour
We can drop you off at a Colombo hotel or help you to extend your stay in Galle.
Sri Lanka offers incredible scenery, outstanding natural beauty and abundance of Buddhist monuments and ancient kingdoms. From the Ancient city region including the first Singhalese capital Annuradhapura BC200-AD1000 a center of power for over a 1000 years to the forts and churches built by the Portuguese in the 1500's, Sri Lanka offers a journey through history like no other.
High season in Sri Lanka is between January to April and July to September and are a great
times to visit the country. There are two monsoon seasons here, one from May until July and the second between October & December so it is normally best to avoid these months. However the weather doesn't always run like clockwise here and these months can sometimes be dry.