Sri Lanka surely has a lot to offer to the honeymooners but even the families can have many wonderful experiences here. Read on to know about some of them.
Go for White Water Rafting in Kitulgala
If adventure delights you and your family, you must make your way to the picturesque Kelani Ganga River and experience the thrill of white water rafting. You can take your kids, who are above the age of 10, along with you and have a memorable experience while enjoying the picturesque surroundings. The raft covers the distance of around 5kms; you are provided with modern rafts, safety gear and a comprehensive safety briefing by the instructors beforehand.
Take a scenic train ride
The island of Sri Lanka is well-renowned for its scenic train rides. One of the most exciting rail routes is between two hillside towns, from Nuwara Eliya to Ella that will leave you amazed. Take this beautiful ride with your family and create unforgettable memories as you enjoy the views of the rolling emerald hills and tea plantations. The train takes you through the countryside and 21 narrow tunnels.
Climb Little Adam’s Peak
A hiking hotspot in Sri Lanka, Little Adam’s Peak in Ella is the highest summit on the island, offering ideal trekking opportunities for tourists including children. This trek of 4kms takes you through the tea plantations and presents stunning views of the hill station of Ella. Besides, a spectacular 360-degree view from the top of the peak, including the beautiful Ruwana Falls, is a sight to behold.
Take a stroll along the beach
Sri Lankan beaches with their clear blue waters and sandy sunsets promise a delightful time to you and your loved ones. You can have an enjoyable family time while catching some sun rays at Passekudah Bay, become an adventure enthusiast doing water sports at Hikkaduwa or dance your night away at Unawatuna beach.
Discover an elephant orphanage
If you like picnicking with your family and your kids are elephant lovers, the Pinnawela Elephant Orphange is the perfect spot to be at! Your kids would love to watch the elephants being bathed, fed and well-nursed to good health here. They get a chance to get close to them and feed these gentle animals. The orphanage also organises many educational programmes where kids can learn more about caring for the elephants.