Endless white-sand beaches with surf. Lush tropical jungle and misty mountain towns. Ancient World Heritage sites and safari plains where Asian Elephants and Leopards roam. Train rides through rolling tea plantations and vibrant cultural heritage. The friendliest locals you could ever meet plus delicious food and fruits everywhere you look. a myriad of cultures, religions, landscapes, climates, and food, all rolled into one.


One of Sri Lanka's seven UNESCO World Heritage Sites, this rock fortress dates back to the fifth century AD. The atmosphere is more spiritual. In its time it acted as a royal palace and a Buddhist monastery. Sigiriya is also regarded as one of the important urban planning projects of the first millennium, and is home to some of the oldest landscaped gardens in the world. Look out for the mirror wall, a masonry wall that was so well-polished that the king could see his reflection in it.

The beaches of Arugam Bay :

The beach at Arugam Bay, on Sri Lanka's south-east coast, soft sand, coconut palms and utter solitude but paradise for the surfers riding the point. Before the 2004 Boxing Day tsunami, the bay was becoming one of the world’s top surf destinations. For the time, you’ll have the double curve of the beach and its coconut palm-covered point more or less to yourself,with a few savvy sun-seekers.

Discover untouched islands

travellers looking to get off the track should head to the handful of islands trailing off Sri Lanka’s northernmost tip. The biggest of these is sleepy Neduntheevu (also called 'Neduntheevu'), home to approximately 4,500 people and herds of wild horses. The crossing is short but rough, and once you arrive on the islands you won’t find much there, with a few hotels and guesthouses. But the pace of life is slow and the locals are friendly. Once you’ve ticked off the Dutch fort built from coral and the giant baobab tree, rumoured to be over 1,000 years old, there is nothing left to do except relax.

A close encounter with whales :

Sri Lanka’s southernmost tip nudges the depth of the continental shelf. It’s an area favoured by blue whales and nowhere else does this world’s biggest creature swim so close to land. Dondra Head is your jumping point. Blue whales pass here on their route from the Bay of Bengal to the western Indian Ocean,From January to April. They fill their bellies on the krill and squid that thrive in these waters, enriched by Sri Lanka’s 103 rivers.



Honest client testimonials based on their personal experience on the service provided by Team Fly bagna, with all the reviews and ratings.

Ashmita – March 18, 2019:

Wow what a trip. Our tour guide Daana and bus driver Nadee were fantastic. They made us feel safe and went above and beyond what is expected of a normal guide. Our trip had to finish a few days early due to coronavirus and we had to rearrange a number of activities and accommodations on the trip and Fly bagna supported all of this. I hope to come back to Sri Lanka to complete the final part of our trip

Abhilash Verma – April 01, 2019:

We have traveled to attractions in central,south and west areas of Sri Lanka. It was very convenient to travel with Fly bagna, they have provided good service with vehicles and accommodation. The driver Sampath and Sanjaya were very helpful.

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