A tour specially designed for Golf fans that can benefit themselves of this opportunity to top off at Sri Lanka's three best Golf Courses - Colombo, Kandy and Nuwara Eliya, where the climatic conditions differ from one to the other so that it is almost like playing in three different countries. Along with the excellent Golf, this tour offers first-rate accommodation and the option of visiting some of the cultural and nature-related attractions in the vicinity.
Though Sri Lanka is virtually unknown in the field of Golf, it has a long history dating back to 1895 when the Colonial Secretary, an ardent golfer himself in consultation with the then Governor of Sri Lanka, Sir Joseph West Ridgeway, offered the Alfred Model Farm-named after the son of Queen Victoria to the golf club. The course was opened by Governor Ridgeway and was first named Ridgeways and in 1896 was named the Royal Colombo Golf Club after much restructuring.
Sri Lanka boasts of having three of the finest 18 hole Golf courses comparable to those in Asia. The three courses are situated in Colombo, Kandy and Nuwara Eliya.
The elevations and climatic conditions in each location differ to the extent that some golfers often comment that it is like playing in three different countries.
Apart from playing golf, the guests are offered the additional option of seeing some of the islands Cultural and World Heritage sites and its attractions.
Sri Lanka is blessed with over thousand kilometers of palm fringed Coastline. The long stretched deserted golden beaches of East, West and South are the most popular among visitors and the glistening clear waters will guarantees year around water sports, Swimming and Sunbathing.
When the northeast monsoon winds blow from November to March you can enjoy the sunny, calm beaches of West and southern coastline. During the southwest monsoon season from April to October you can visit the east cost.
Powerful, magical, spectacular water, it's the source and setting for some of our most outstanding adventures.
Naturally, Whale watching, Dolphin watching, Deep Sea fishing, sailing and boating are immensely popular activities, as well as kayaking in secluded bays and coves, or along rugged coastlines.
Windsurfing, kiteboarding, river rafting, canoeing, power boating, water-skiing, surfing, and even travelling aboard a working freighter you can do it all in the most of the part in coastlines.