Being a tropical country, Sri Lanka can be visited throughout the year, however, the weather of Sri Lanka doesn’t work clockwise. There is no winter and the country witnesses two monsoon season in a year. In between the two-monsoon season, Sri Lanka witnesses off-season rainfalls. The First Monsoon season arrives in May and lasts till July and second monsoon season arrives in October and lasts till January. The best time to visit Sri Lanka is between January and April and Mid July and September. The best time to enjoy beaches of Sri Lanka is January to April and May to September. If you wish to experience the wildlife of Sri Lanka, December to April is the best time.

If you are planning a beach vacation in Sri Lanka, January to April is the best time to visit. Some of the most popular beaches in Sri Lanka are Bentota beach in the South West Coast, Mirissa in the Southern district of Matara and Galle a famous Southwest coastal town in Sri Lanka. January to April and May to September is also good time to explore cities of Sri Lanka like Galle and Colombo. If you want to so for bird sighting the best season is December to April, when migratory birds flock the coastal cities of Sri Lanka. Some of the best places for bird sightseeing are Sinharaja Forest Reserve and Kitulgala.

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