From October to April
The North and its islands are a world away from the rest of the country, it is in many respects, Sri Lanka’s last frontier. The city of Jaffna has a unique identity shaped by Portuguese, Dutch, British, Sinhalese and Muslim influences on its predominantly Tamil cultural history. The once vibrant town offers a glimpse into revival with its colourful temples set next to huge churches and streets of old colonial charm. Indulge in the gastronomic food and flavours that are unique to this region. In the Palk Bay, west of Jaffna, a string of largely uninhabited islands offers the visitor the experience of traditional lifestyle of these people. The trip to the North and cruising the islands is enhanced by the pleasure of reaching such remote and little visited parts of Sri Lanka.
The South sailing cruise offers you an unforgettable sailing experience, waking up to view sunrise and relax, with the opportunity to experience water activities in the tropical bay of Weligama.
This 3-night cruise will introduce you to three of the most beautiful bays in southern Sri Lanka – Tallala Beach, Weligama Bay and Galle Bay.
The South-West of Sri Lanka with its golden sand beaches and its coconut fringed coast, has an undoubted tropical charm.