Culinary Adventures

Sri Lanka

the Difference

Sri Lanka, having many cultures marked their presence in this Island in the early years, have influenced to the island’s food, creating a diverse and splendid array of tantalizing food ranging from scrumptious seafood to the traditional rice and curry and not to stop, the famous Sri Lankan Street food “Kottu” and “Hoppers”.

Food is an ideal way to experience a country and to know the culture. We let you experience how to cook a delicious traditional rice and curry in a village house, cook seafood straight out of the hands of a fisherman, experience in cooking with an International award winning chef in a Star class hotel and not to miss out the experience in making your own “Cheese Kottu” at a street shop. As the interests of Culinary Adventures differ from person to person and from country to country, we will be happy to Tailor Make your requirement to offer you the best way to explore the Island’s amazing gastronomical delights. Pls drop a mail to :

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    Travel Information

    Money & Cost

    The Sri Lankan currency is called the Rupee (LKR) You will find ATMs throughout the country. Credit cards accepted at most midrange and all top-end hotels. Money transferring facilities are available in mostly all the cities


    Travellers with Buddha tattoos or images of the deity on clothing have been denied entry into the country or arrested and deported. Also show respect to any statue or other representation of Buddha.

    Entry & Exit

    Sri Lanka has the usual list of prohibited imports, including drugs, weapons, fresh fruit and anything remotely pornographic. You must have your passport with you at all times in Sri Lanka. Before visiting Sri Lanka, do the following to get a 30-day visa: Visit the Sri Lanka electronic visa website ( several days before arriving.

    Best Time to go

    Sri Lanka is a country in which you could visit throughout the year. One of the best times would be in July-August where the processions in Kandy will be held.


    Even if you’re fit and healthy, don’t travel without health insurance: accidents do happen. A travel or health insurance policy is essential. You may require extra cover for adventure activities, such as scuba diving. If your normal health insurance doesn’t cover you for medical expenses abroad, get extra insurance.

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