5 of Sri Lanka’s best water-sports


Sri Lanka’s monsoon weather patterns are such that one half of the island’s coastal waters are always in season for water-sports. From white-water rafting to scuba diving, the island is ideal for many water-sports and boasts one of the top ten surf spots in the world. Below are some useful hints and tips for those seeking some aqua-adventure in their holiday. For more information on these water-sports, Sri Lanka and our company, visit www.reddottours.com

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Sri Lanka: the island of escapism

When it comes to booking a summer getaway, most are searching for a holiday destination which offers total and utter relaxation and the chance to escape the mundane stresses of everyday life. During the English summer months, there are many areas of Sri Lanka which offer travellers a tranquil stay: from the cool, lush green hills of the tea country, to the enchanting sandy beaches of the east coast. Between June and September, whilst the west is affected by monsoon rains, the rest of the island enjoys stable sunshine. Below we have picked out some of the most beautiful, laid-back parts of Sri Lanka which are unaffected by the western rains and a selection restful accommodation in these areas, including simplistic eco-retreats set far from urban life.…

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Dates released for Australia’s 2016 cricket tour of Sri Lanka




After five years, Australia’s cricket team is returning to Sri Lanka. Their tour of the island begins on 26th July and will run for six weeks, during which the team will play five ODIs and two T20s, as well as the three test matches.


Sri Lanka will be keen to prove themselves on their home turf, especially in light of their recent disappointment in the World T20. The reigning champions were knocked out in the quarter finals following a dramatic clash with England where they were defeated by ten runs. During their last tour of the island in 2011, Australia won the series 1-0 after the teams drew 2 out of the 3 Test matches.…

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