Covid 19 and Safety

  • No restrictive quarantine required.
  • “Fully Vaccinated” travelers can stay at any type of accommodation and no on-arrival PCR test required.
  • “Not-Fully Vaccinated’’ travelers stay in a ‘Flexible bio-bubble’ with all facilities of the hotels made available and ability to visit approved tourist sites.
  • “Not-Vaccinated’’ travelers can still have a great time under the protection of the Tourism Bio Bubble for a duration of 7 nights/8 days.
  • Children below 12 years are exempted from on-arrival and exit PCR / Rapid Antigen tests.
  • Ensure you have the mandatory COVID 19 Insurance of 12 USD with one month cover of 50,000 USD required for all travellers (whether fully vaccinated or not vaccinated). 
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  • Please submit the mandatory Health Declaration Form ( )

Ensure you are aware of the documents that need to be submitted and carried with you to ensure a hassle free visit. If you have any doubts or clarifications drop us an email on For further important information visit or Please Dial 1912 / +94 11 2426 900 for any additional support or email /

 Before you travel to Sri Lanka :

Sri Lanka is a fantastic place to holiday, but please bear in mind that it is also a tropical county and requires certain considerations. The following advice is intended as a helpful guide. We recommend, however, that before your departure you visit your local medical centre or a specialist travel health center for specific advice regarding recommended vaccinations, malaria and dengue prevention, and to discuss any underlying health concerns. It is worth doing this at least six weeks before you are due to travel to allow any new vaccinations time to take effect.


Commonly recommended vaccinations for short term visits include:

Hepatitis A, Hepatitis B, Rabies,Tetanus, Typhoid

It should be recognized that advice can vary. For example, rabies protection is only recommended by some medical centers or some countries. Also consider Japanese encephalitis if travelling in rural areas.

Malaria & Dengue Prevention

You should only consider taking anti-malarial drugs if travelling to the far north of the country (Vavuniya and beyond). Chloroquine and Proguanil are typically prescribed and the course should be started before travel. Dengue fever and Chikungunya are present, particularly after the monsoon rains, and it is important that you protect yourself from being bitten by mosquitoes by using mosquito repellent.

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