Things you need to know when preparing for your visit
No minimum number of days required to stay.
No restrictive quarantine required.
Travelers are permitted to use all facilities of the hotel within the premises of the hotel.
Stay in any number of level 1 “safe & secure” hotels during the first 14 days of your stay.
During the initial 14 days of your stay, we will create a bio-bubble for you to visit multiple sites in Sri Lanka. This will protect you while ensuring you have a great time.
After 14 days you are permitted to go out into the general community.
Wearing masks in public places, maintaining a social distance of 1.5 meters, and sanitizing your hands are very important.
We recommend that you read and understand the health guidelines prior to your visit (visit srilanka. travel to download the guidelines)
All visas must be applied online. Visit eta.gov.lk
Obtaining a COVID-19 local travel insurance cover for USD 12 for a policy of USD 50,000 for a period of one month is mandatory.
To pay for PCR tests depending on the number of days of their stay (USD 40 per PCR test)
Prior to boarding, you are required to have a negative PCR test result from an accredited laboratory 72 hours before your departure.
The first of the rapid PCR tests would be carried out on arrival at your hotel, prior to check-in. The second PCR test would be conducted 10-14 days after, or any symptoms should develop before. If the initial PCR test is negative you will be allowed to travel within the travel bubble.
If a test should result as positive, initial isolation would be accommodated at the hotel: and if necessary, transfers to a hospital or a designated hotel to be quarantined: would be arranged. Costs to be covered via your COVID-19 insurance already paid for at the time of visa insurance.
As travel agents, we will be responsible for taking care of you during your stay.
Bandaranaike International Airport (BIA) is certified as a safe airport by the ACI airport health accreditation program.
Submit a completed Health Declaration Form (HDF) to health counters at the airport.
Refrain from handshaking, hugging, or kissing: instead, use the traditional Sri Lankan greeting-“Ayubowan”
Ensure that you wear a face mask at all times when you in a public setting.