Bicycle Tours in Sri Lanka
Join us for a cycling tour in Sri Lanka that you will leave you mesmerized! Meander through the rocks and cave temples of Sigiriya, the cultural landscape of Kandy, the perfect greenery of Hatton to the splash of beaches that is Srilanka! A wondrous mix of beaches, plantations, wildlife, lakes create an exciting mélange of scenic fabric of Sri Lanka.
When to go cycling in Sri Lanka
With a tropical climate, Sri Lanka has two cycles of monsoon which bring rain to the west and south-west coastal lines from May to September, and between October and February, it rains in northern regions and east coastline. Although the rains are generally short, with occasional heavy downpours.
Leaving out the monsoon season, the remaining months receive plenty of sunshine and are mostly dry. Temperatures remain fairly consistent year-round, with coastal regions averaging from 25 to 32°C and the mountain regions from 15 to 20°C. Sri Lanka is humid as well with relative humidity ranging between 60% & 90%.
Predominantly, Sri Lanka is almost a year-round cycling destination and our bike tours run around the year.
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Reviews from our friends
Rosemary Marchant from AU5.0
Loved my bicycle tour of Sri Lanka
Loved my bicycle tour of Sri Lanka. Friendly and knowledgeable guides who went above and beyond to assist us. Accommodation and meals were an authentic Sri Lankan experience.
Carolyn Vernita Currie from CA5.0
A wonderful trip
A wonderful trip, caring guides, great variety of hotels, flexible as to our wishes and very up to date bikes.
Sherry Romello from CA5.0
Thank you! Thank you!
This was our second cycling vacation with the Art of Bicycling Trips. Our first was exploring India and this trip was exploring Sri Lanka. We covered over 350 miles during our 11 day trip and it was spectacular!!! Dibin did a great job putting together the routes, the guide, the hotels and the additional tours. I would highly recommend upgrading the hotel stays to the premium category. Each night we stayed in fantastic accommodations — great accommodations, great locations, excellent food. Contrasting to India where we stayed mostly in Homestays and a few hotels, Sri Lanka was SO much better. While India and Sri Lanka are geographically close, they are World’s apart in experience. I don’t think I ever need to go back to India, but I could easily return to Sri Lanka. There is no video or photo that captures the chaos of riding a bike through the towns with horns honking, til-Turks and motor bikes zipping past, busses and big trucks alongside people walking and dogs lazily laying by the road. At first appearance, it would seem impossible to bike, but in actuality, you learn to love the horns—it’s their way of communicating—and yummy also learned to always be predictable in your actions. These drivers are so accustomed to all things moving at all times and it is quite a talent to watch. Thank you Dibin! Also, if you find yourself in Sri Lanka looking for a great tour guide—find Dan. We were lucky enough to get him for our bike tour, but he has been a sightseeing tour guide (not bikes) for 16 years and he is fantastic. He found amazing restaurants and really knows the best times to tour the highlights. Thank you! Thank you!