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I use the So without further ado, here’s a walkthrough of my incredible week exploring Sri Lanka, from the north to south, from safari to beach, from red curry to yellow coconuts.
I flew into Colombo International Airport (also known as Bandaranaike International Airport), immediately feeling like I’m in a more colorful corner of the world.
With a US passport, you WILL need a visa to enter, and you can either get one online beforehand HERE through the Electronic Travel Authorization System (recommended), or you can simply obtain one on arrival, showing proof of onward travel, and you’ll be granted 30 days.
Jagath, my driver, met me at arrivals with the biggest smile on his face and immediately, we were on our way to the northwest of the island where I’d have an evening game drive with Leopard Trails, and enjoy the ultimate glamping experience right outside of a wildlife park!
There are sarongs they can rent out at the entrance, but it’s good to know ahead of time and be respectful. What I also noticed and loved about the Sri Lankan hospitality industry, is that you can expect to met and greeted with a warm towel, scented of lavender or jasmine, and a cooling glass of tea or juice blend any time you checked in somewhere.
Every step of your stay, you’re looked after and it was such a warm feeling to have.
You’ll come to learn that each country either specializes in their coffee or their tea. And though I’m a coffee person (my body is 60% water, 30% coffee, 10% wine), I loved getting to tour the facility and see how much of their process is done by hands and by machine. Such a scenic stop on the southern tip of the island, filled with incredible beach views, coconut trees for days, and resorts that will blow your mind!
As South Asians, Sri Lankas have the same skin color as me, if not darker.