Our operators promotion Sri Lanka solely on the merits of its white-water rafting, but the sport certainly is catching on fast. With many rivers arising in the central mountains and then flowing downhill for much of their length, the island has several good locations for the sport. In a morning’s rafting you can confront awesome rapids with names such as virgin’s breast, head chopper, killer fall, rib cage and slot and drop. Water Rafting area in Sri Lanka :- Kithulgala
Arugam Bay are prime locations south of Trincomalee. The best time for windsurfing on the west coast is between November and April the monsoon hits and the seas can be very rough. These conditions are more suitable for experienced windsurfers.
Sri Lanka’s spectacular natural beauty does not end at its shore-lines, beyond its picturesque beaches and in its warm sparkling seas, is an underwater world of magical beauty-gorgeously colored coral reefs, tropical fish that glow like jewels and other exotic sea-life, fascinating rock-formations, canyons, sea-caves and walls, and mysterious submerged shipwrecks, some centuries old. Fantastic sights, adventure and photo-opportunities await those who don mask, snorkel, flippers, or SCUBA gear or even explore by glass-keeled boat.
Relatively new activity for us and to the country, but that situation offers you many opportunities to be part of new discoveries new climbing routes For less serious climbers we have some exciting routes that are already developed including the rock face of Sri Lanka’s highest waterfall ‘Bambarakanda’ If you are a professional climber be a part of our discovery missions where we can work as a team and explore!
We organize whalewatching tours on both the south-coast and the east coast. The main area for whale watching in Sri Lanka is Mirissa, where there are whales all year around, but whales can be seen also in Kalpitiya and Trincomallee.