Sri Lanka Festivals Tour
Sri Lanka Cultural Festivals
Visit Sri Lanka for Exciting Cultural & Historical Tour
Sri Lanka Festivals - Things to do see
Kandy Esala Perahera
Sinhala and Tamil New Year Festival
Vesak Full Moon Poya Day
Thai Pongal Festival
Sri Lanka has become such a beautiful country not only because of the natural wonders spread across the island, but also the rare mix of cultures and religions which have come together in the island, creates a very colorful splendor which cannot be experienced anywhere else in the world. Being a nation built upon such a rich diversity, the common culture of being truly Sri Lankan has been developed. Therefore staying true to our Sri Lankan values, we at TripSriLanka.co invite you to enjoy your holiday in the country
and take part in the festivities and celebrations which take place throughout the year.
Let us know your Sri Lanka festivals tour requirements, needs & wants
The Sri Lankan New Year Festival
The Sinhala and Tamil New Year festival (Avurudu) which dawns in April, is one of the most culturally significant festivities in the island. Filled with many auspicious events, this occasion celebrates the beginning of the New Year when the sun transitions from the astrological borders of Pisces to Aries which coincides with the end of the harvesting period. It is one of the most vibrant celebrations which almost every Sri Lanka celebrates and would be a great opportunity for you to have lots of fun and learn so much about what it is like to be in Sri Lanka. The festive holidays
include many enjoyable activities such as:
Celebrating the dawn of the new year by feasting to traditional Sri Lankan dishes and sweet meals
Take part in Avurudu games and traditions
Enjoying Other Festivities With TripSriLanka.co
If you take a look at the festival calendar of Sri Lanka, you will find that there are so many celebrations all year through. When you partner with us TripSriLanka.co we will help you plan your stay to include as many of these festivities which coincide with the time you spend in the country. Intertwined with the many religions in the country, you will be able to enjoy the many different types of celebrations surrounding these various beliefs.
Vesak Poya which celebrates the birth, enlightenment and Parinirvana of the Lord Buddha is a very colorful celebration which involves lots of decorations like pandals and lanterns. The Kandy Perahera which is the largest cultural parades allows you to witness the best of Sri Lankan dances and music and domesticated elephants. Maha Shivaratri, Diwali, Thai Pongal, The Ramazan festival, Haj Festival, Good Friday, Easter and Christmas are among the many other festivals celebrated by the entire Sri Lankan community. We look forward to hearing from you to learn more about how we at TripSriLanka.co
can help you experience the true feelings of being in this country.