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 JANUARY

Weather in January is generally warm and dry, especially in the central, western and southern regions. If you are looking to explore the Cultural Triangle and then spend some time on the beaches of Negombo, Bentota or Tangalle, this is a great time to travel.

Most Fantastic Event

Kelaniya Durutu Perahera


Activity/Event Location/s and/or Remarks
Beach stay Kalpitiya, Negombo, Colombo, Waskaduwa, Wadduwa, Bentota, Hikkaduwa, Galle, Unawatuna, Koggala, Dickwella, Weligama, Mirissa, Tangalle
Wildlife safari Yala, Wilpattu and Udawalawe national parks
Sightseeing World’s End in Horton Plains national parks
Bird watching Sinharaja rain forest, Galoya, Udawalawe and Bundala national parks, Kalametiya bird sanctuary, Yala national park lagoons
Cultural world heritage sites Sacred city of Anuradhapura, Ancient city of Polonnaruwa, Dambulla cave temple, Sigiriya, Sacred city of Kandy, Old town of Galle
Adam’s Peak (Sripada) hike Much cooler but less crowed
Whales & Dolphin watching Mirissa, Kalpitiya(Dolphin watching)
Swim with sea turtle Hikkaduwa
Tea plantation visit Nuwara Eliya, Hatton, Ella
Rafting & Abseiling Kitulgala (Water level of Kelani river has droped and calm down due to dry season)
Sailing Mirissa, Bentota
Paramotoring Bentota
Surfing Hikkaduwa,Weligama
Kitesurfing Kalpitiya & Mannar (Winds are less reliable and lighter)
Scuba diving & Snorkelling Hikkaduwa, Unawatuna

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