Sri Lanka

Sri Lanka takes its name from the Sanskrit word Lamka which means "resplendent island". The country has numerous archaeological sites, many of which are important Buddhist places of worship that are still today a place of pilgrimage. A journey through ancient capitals and sacred caves, mountain resorts, reminiscent of Victorian England, the long beaches where turtles come to lay their eggs, including the Buddhist monasteries and intricate jungles.


Tropical climate all year round, temperate in the highlands. The island is under the influence of two annual monsoons that bring the rainy season from May to August on the southwest coast and from November to January on the northeast coast. Temperature: 28 ° to 30 ° in the coastal region and 20 ° in the mountainous region, throughout the year. Spa stays: from September to March on the west coast and from February to October on the east coast.