Sri Lanka is never out of season for a beach holiday as it is blessed with all the ingredients for a perfect sun and sand holiday. It is surrounded by over one thousand kilometers of endless golden sand beaches trimmed with palm trees. Whether you like swimming, surfing, diving, sun-bathing, a deeper experience on your beach holiday with a mix of relaxation, privacy, seclusion, fun, excitement, adventure and an opportunity to truly mix with the culture of the country and its people Sri Lanka has it all to offer you. Your flights to Sri Lanka will be giving you the opportunity enjoying some water sports like; skiing, parasailing, windsurfing or Whitewater River rafting at exotic beaches of this tea drop shaped Island. Sri Lanka beaches are categorized into;
West Coast Beaches: The area stretching south from Colombo towards Galle is known as west coast. The most sort out destination of West Coast by flights to Sri Lanka takers is Bentota. The most beautiful, wide and sandy beaches can be found in Bentota. Other West Coast beaches are also very popular among tourists. These include; the beaches like Waikkala, Seeduwa, Uswetakeiyawa and Marawila. These are the best places to enjoy water sports, picnic, or simply sun bath.
Down South Beaches: These beaches are popular among back packers and budget travelers of cheap flights to Sri Lanka. Hikkaduwa is most famous beach in the area. It is best for scuba diving and sea adventures. Ahungalla Beach for deep sea fishing, Ambalangoda Beach for ecological environment of Mangroves, Unawatuna for surfing and sea food, and Mirissa is known among Sri Lanka flights takers for it is calm, relaxing, and small rocking beach.
East Coast Beaches: The wide and long beaches of east Coast are offering surfing, scuba diving, fishing, and whale watching. If you want to enjoy the East Coast Beaches at their best take flights to Sri Lanka from April through October as this is the best time to visit. East Coast beaches include; Trincomalee, Nilaweli, Arugam Bay, Pasikuda, Kalkudah, and Batticaloa.
North West Beaches: The last series of beaches visitors may go for after taking flights to Sri Lanka from UK is North West Beaches. These include; Negambo: a major fishing town, Chilaw: a calm and quite beach relating to Portuguese, Marawila: beach with number of Catholic Churches, Puttalam: having arid fishing settlement and country second largest lagoon, Kalpitiya: with an old dutch fort, and Mannar: having fort, fishing, and sea as major attractions.