Cycling in Sri Lanka is an excellent way to enjoy the lovely sceneries of Sri Lanka. The network of main roads and innumerable country roads, gravel paths, foot paths, cart tracks, dirt tracks and estate tracks make the all corners of the small island accessible to the cycling enthusiasts. The terrain throughout the country offers challenges for beginners and experts; though cycling in the plains are not tiresome, the Central Highlands could be demanding. However cycling in the Central Highlands is rewarding too in view of the landscape studded with tea plantations running seamlessly over the ranges of hills, terraced rice cultivation and farmlands. The time you spend on our island will be filled with wonderful experiences with cycling.
Cycling tourists in Sri Lanka bring a glimpse of cultural heritage and rural village experience through the diverse landscapes of Sri Lanka. Cycling through paddy and rural villages. Traveling through the tea-covered mountains, coastal routes of the southwest and south coast, monuments, reconstructed monuments and the ruins of the cultural triangle of ancient Sri Lanka, cyclists are rewarded with an invaluable scale and scope.