• Aditya Resorts Sri Lanka


All arrangements for your transport can be made directly at our reception counter. Airport transfers, Tours and short distance trips in a variety of vehicles ranging from three-wheelers to chauffeured cars and luxury coaches. Let us know where you want to go and we’ll arrange a tailor made tour for you.


Take a Ride on the Rural Side

There’s something uniquely rewarding about our Village Bicycle Tour, where you’ll peddle a leisurely course through the countryside and take in the sights, sounds and charms of rural Sri Lanka.

There’s so much to see: cinnamon cultivation, lagoon fishing, coir rope making, the colourful local fishing harbor, temples and bird spotting. And of course the welcoming smiles of our village folk who are always happy to see you.

Your guide will make this experience both enjoyable and informative, and the comfortable pace will let you take it all in. Highlights include a memorable picnic lunch under a tree in the middle of nowhere, as well as a refreshing boat ride back to Aditya.

Set Sail for a Whale of a Tale

If you’re feeling ready for a bit of adventure on the high seas, then join us for some thrilling whale and dolphin watching.

We’ll drive you down to Mirissa, a wonderfully picturesque beach town just 50 minutes from Aditya. From there, an exhilarating boat ride takes you out to the deep waters where dolphins frolic and whales dip and dive in breathtaking majesty.

A close encounter with these magnificent creatures is an unforgettable experience and a story you’ll never stop telling.

Whales can only be spotted seasonally, usually from December to March, so check with us if you should work it into your itinerary.

Sinharaja Rain Forest

Sri Lanka’s premier forest reserve, a World Heritage Site.

Kottawa Forest

One of the most beautiful stretches of rainforest in Sri Lanka.

Kanneliya Forest

The forest complex occupies the interfluves between two rivers.

Ruhunu / Yala National Park

Yala hosts a variety of ecosystems ranging from moist monsoon forests to freshwater and marine wetlands. It is one of the 70 Important Bird Areas in Sri Lanka and harbours 215 bird species including six endemic species of Sri Lanka. The number of mammals that has been recorded from the park is 44, and it has one of the highest leopard densities in the world.

Bundala National Park

The first Ramsar Site declared in Sri Lanka and it is the most important wetland for birds outside the Northern Province.

Udawalawe National Park

Renowned for its outstanding scenic beauty and wealth of animal and birds species & possibility of viewing elephants at close range.

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