Sri Lanka’s cultural triangle stretches from Dambulla in the south, to Polonnaruwa in the east and Anuradhapura in the north. Sigiriya is in the centre of the triangle.
From London: Just under 11 hours direct flight to Bandaranaike International Airport in Colombo
Sri Lanka Rupees
GMT +5.5 hours
All visitors to Sri Lanka require a visa. You can obtain a short stay visa (up to 30 days) via an online visa process
The Maha monsoon blows from October to January, bringing rain to the North and East, while the dry season is from May to September. The North and East (i.e. the Cultural Triangle) are comparatively dry, with around 1000mm of rain annually. There is also an inter-monsoonal period in October and November when rain can occur in many parts of the island. Out-of-season travel has its advantages – not only do the crowds go away but many airfares and accommodation prices drop right down. Nor does it rain all the time during the low season.
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