Adam’s Peak

The Adam’s Peak in Sri Lanka

is an isolated cone-shaped mountain that measures 2243 meters and is surrounded by forests.

Adam's Peak

Its fame derives from the rock placed at the top which bears the imprint of a sacred foot.

Buddhists claim that it is the footprint of the Buddha.

For Hindus, that of Shiva. Muslims believe that it is proof of the passage of Adam and Christians attribute it to Saint Thomas, the first apostle of India.

This peak has been a pilgrimage site for a millennium.

In the era of the kings of Polonnaruwa they had rest breaks built, the ambalamas, which continue to exist, which currently perform the same function.

Sri lanka Adams Peak sunset

The climb to the top of Mount Sri Pada (2243),

in itself does not present dangerous or difficult areas, it is simply an endless sequence of steps with a handrail.

It takes place in the middle of the night, the duration of the hike goes from two hours for highly trained people to four for those who intend to take it easy.

All along the route there is a lighting system so you don’t need torches or miner’s helmets.

It is impossible to get lost because the street is one and very busy especially by natives (there are not many tourists) and every handful of meters you can find a small refreshment point where you can buy food, hot drinks and anything else.

Sri Lanka is indeed the perfect place for children and for people who like animals and nature.

This country is incredibly green.

It is impossible not to find elephant herds on safari or even on the same road traveling.
It is also very easy to see leopards, macaques and other types of monkeys, giant squirrels, jackals, etc. etc

Furthermore, walking with children and adults through the Peradeniya Botanical Garden is a delight. Along with the giant trees and millions of plants, we will also find monkeys and other animals in this immense place.

Adam’s Peak Firstly Secondly however

We use all the available and easy-to-use technologies to stay in touch with our customers.

Besides the email, the most used method, we are always available by phone and WhatsApp.

It is also possible to communicate via Skype or FaceTime or any other application available to the customer, but only with prior appointment.

We pay a lot of attention in being able to communicate to the customer all the necessary information to offer all the tranquility to you even while you are on Tour.

Living and working in Kandy, facilitates access to privileged information to create new routes and itineraries to Sri Lanka.

This allows us to design exclusive and unique journeys, reaching some places that only we know.

This is why we receive an excellent score in everything related to the design of customised and on-demand trips.

Moreover, we pay a lot of attention to everything related to the management of the booking and assistance, always in English, Spanish and Italian, of your trip to Sri Lanka.

Adam’s Peak Moreover In conclusion

Meanwhile, those who love exotic beaches, full of palm trees and coconut trees, offer beaches in the west of the country such as Bentota, Ambalangoda, Chilaw and Negambo.

You can also swim in the Indian Ocean in the east of the country on the beaches of Trincomalee, Pasikudah, Nilaveli …

If you like surfing you can practice at Arugam Bay, Weligama or Mirissa. 

And of course, we have the beaches of southern Sri Lanka such as Tangalle, Unawatuna, Galle, Ahangama, etc. etc

If you like cities, we have Kandy, Jaffna, Galle Fort and Colombo where you can walk and shop among the wonderful shops and restaurants.
In a nutshell, we have a country with a wide variety of climates, places, cultures, religions, etc. 
Where we will always find Sinhalese smiling and waiting for us with open arms.

Coming to Sri Lanka and not being surprised is absolutely impossible.