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10 cheap countries to visit from India

Visit countries with weaker currencies than India

6. Sri Lanka

As of 10th July 2020 currency comparison is 1 : 2.47 (INR vs Sri Lankan Rupee)

Sri Lanka is a vacation destination which caters for everyone’s interest. It is a country with beautiful beach resorts, historical sites, areas for Safari & trekking, scenic hill stations.

Sri Lanka tour guide / SRI LANKA TRAVEL TIPS

Dont’t let the countries size fools you, there are so many things to do in Sri Lanka. Endless golden beaches with pumping surf ring the island’s lush, jungle-clad heart; bustling cities full of color and spice give way to hidden palm-fringed hidden alcoves; timeless World Heritage sites dot all corners of the island, while Elephants and Leopards still roam national parks in abundance.

Food and transport is particularly cheap here. So you can enjoy without thinking much about your budget.

This isn’t a party destination. In fact, public drinking is pretty frowned upon here, and most of the local life revolves around quiet evenings and early starts, so try to limit on that aspects as much possible.

There isn’t really a hostel culture, so try family run guest house instead.

Sri Lanka can be your best place to learn surfing. The best place to try your luck surfing is Weligama on the southern coastline (2 hours from Colombo, 30 minutes from Unawatuna), where hundreds of surf schools spread across the beach.

Sri Lanka experiences not just one, but two monsoon periods every year, affecting opposite sides of the island and alternate times of the year. Very interesting fact right ?

Weather is really very hot. So be prepared.

Sea beach

Photo by Alex Azabache from Pexels

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Written by Bonny

I am here to learn and share my travel stories.

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