A Simply Perfect Place To Get Lost
Situated in the Indian Ocean, part of South Asia, Sri Lanka is a vibrant destination with a diversity of cultures and traditions. This tropical paradise boasts seductive beaches and adventurous water sports, prestige jungles, imposing mountains, bounteous rivers and waterfalls, ancient world heritage sites, extravagant festivals and charming and hospitable people. No wonder Sri Lanka is the wonder of Asia!
Adventures & Experiences
Indie's Adventures is built on passion and a thirst for wanderlust. Being travelers ourselves, we know what is essential to creating that perfect trip. And we know sometimes it’s just more convenient not to have to organise anything at all! With that in mind, we've done all the boring bits for you creating a selection of tours that are authentic and off the beaten track, whilst still being flexible.
What We Offer
Indie's Adventures is a travel service with a difference. We deliver an immersion in authentic Sri Lanka, seeking out the best experiences and local insights for you to see all that Sri Lanka has to offer. So whether you're looking for action, trekking, adventure or just a bit of culture and a getaway, Indie's Adventures has it all!
Dare to Explore
Gateway to Sri Lanka is Colombo, an eclectic capital city, while south of here, the West Coast presents a long swathe of golden sand. The South Coast is where you’ll find the superb Dutch-era fort at Galle.
Inland from Colombo lies Kandy, still a vibrant crucible of the island’s traditional arts and architecture. Heading south, tea estates swathe the heights of the Hill Country. Also, a trekkers paradise, visiting the misty grasslands of Horton Plains and World’s End and climbing the rugged summit of Adam’s Peak is a must.
North of Kandy, the Cultural Triangle holds the island’s most absorbing archaeological remains centred on the ruins of the great cities of Anuradhapura and Polonnaruwa, the rock citadel of Sigiriya, the mountain peak of Mihintale and the exquisite cave temples of Dambulla.
The East Coast still sees only a handful of tourists – with a coastline of killer surf, hidden bays and white sand beaches, pay a visit to Arugam Bay, the best surf spot in the country. Travel further north and see a fascinating combination of Muslim communities, Hindu temples, and the colonial fort Trincomalee. And even fewer outsiders venture to the North, Jaffna offers a fascinating glimpse into the vibrant culture of the Sri Lankan Tamils.