Sri Lanka Diving Holidays
Tropical island paradise
Tailor-made Sri Lanka Diving Holidays
At one of the most beautiful and scenically interesting islands in the world, Sri Lanka diving holidays transports you to this lush tropical island utopia, known to Arab traders as Serendib, hence the word ‘serendipity’ meaning discovery by happy accident. Famously described by Marco Polo as “undoubtedly the finest island of its size in the world”.
Located at the toe of India, you can explore mystical ancient cities, dense jungles, cool hill stations, highlands and miles of palm-fringed sandy beaches. Sri Lanka diving holidays brings you to one of the most beautiful and scenically interesting islands in the world. Costs are cheap and the people beyond hospitality.
What divers say
“A week in Sri Lanka and a week in the Maldives was the perfect combination. Being guided around the island meant we had nothing to worry about, really took the stress out of the trip and the the Maldives, unbelievable.”
“I didn’t expect to be so wowed. People had compared it to India but Sri Lanka has so much more and it’s very accessible. We loved temples and tea plantations. Wonderful”
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MEXICO – COZUMEL
9 – 20 November 2019
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