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Sri Lanka Visa Details
|Sri Lanka Visa Type
|Double Entry Tourist Visa for 30 days
|Multiple Entry Buisness Visa for 30 days
Please note: We do not provide Sri Lanka work visa.
Your Sri Lanka visa price includes
- Consulate application fees
- Musafir.com service fees
- All taxes
Documents for Sri Lanka Visa application
Standard Sri Lanka visa applications
- Your passport should be valid for at least 3 months after departure, with a minimum of two blank pages.
- Scanned copy of the first and last page of your passport.
If you are applying for a Sri Lanka business visa
- Details such as name, contact number and address of the Indian and Sri Lankan company on a plain covering letter.
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About Sri Lanka
- Click to know about Sri Lanka
Located in the Indian Ocean, south of India, is the beautiful island country of Sri Lanka. Due to its shape, it’s popular as the tear drop of India. Home to golden beaches, turquoise blue ocean, magnificent temples, diverse landscapes and wildlife sanctuaries, this tropical paradise promises a fun-packed holiday for all kinds of travellers. Answer your inner calling and fly to this country which is popular for its hospitality, tea plantations, spicy food, gemstones, wildlife safari, adventure sports and UNESCO World Heritage Sites. The food here is generally spicy. Popular dishes include the Koththu roti, String Hopper, Puttu and Kiribath. The refreshing juice of Thambili (King Coconut) is a must try.
Safari tour of Yala National Park is worth an experience where you can spot the amazing wildlife like elephants, birds and leopards. The city of Kandy is visited by most travellers as it houses the Temple of the Tooth and the Pinnawela Elephant Orphanage. A popular surfing spot is the Arugam Bay with good surfing scene. One can indulge in whale and dolphin watching at Mirissa. The town of Ambalangoda is famous for its Mask Museum. The Sinharaja Forest Reserve is a UNESCO World Heritage Site where one can catch a glimpse of a variety of species of butterflies, mammals, reptiles and rare amphibians. The Hikkaduwa Coral Sanctuary is a popular place to treat your eyes to multi-coloured corals. The spectacular Ramboda waterfall is a photographer’s delight where one can lose track of time. Dambulla cave temple or the Golden Temple of Dambulla houses striking paintings and statues of Gautama Buddha. The ancient rock fortress of Sigiriya is simply breathtaking and revives history. The Royal Botanical Garden in Peradeniya boasts of its rich collection of orchids. The Colombo Dutch Museum will enlighten you on the history of the Dutch colonial rule.
Major airports: Bandaranaike International Airport
Best time to visit: The best time to visit Sri Lanka is from January to April. It has two monsoon seasons; one from May to July and the other from October to January. According to your travel dates, carry the essentials
Currency: Sri Lankan rupee (LKR)
Language: Sinhala, Tamil and English
Time zone: Same as India
- Consulate Contact Details
Sri Lanka High Commission
27 - Kautilya Marg,
Sri Lanka Consulate
Sri Lanka House,
34, Homi Mody Street
Sri Lanka Deputy High Comission
No.56, STERLING ROAD, CHENNAI 600034,
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