What To Pack For Sri Lanka?
You need to pack for all seasons and reasons.
What to wear?
Cotton clothing is best but be prepared for cooler mornings and evenings than what you would expect in a tropical country.
A shawl or zip up jacket would be comfortable especially if traveling to the Central Highlands or taking a train ride through the Hill Country (Ella, Nuwera Eliya, Hatton).
White, although cooling during humid days is not appropriate jungle-wear on safari as it is conspicuous when out in nature.
Cotton light-weight clothing and a hat with a wide brim in browns, greens or khaki would be more appropriate.
Long sleeved clothing/shawls are great to avoid mosquitoes and to cover up during cooler nights and when visiting cultural sites.
Wear long pants comfortable closed shoes/trainers on walks.
Please cover your arms and legs when visiting religious sites and temples and remove shoes when directed to do so.
Avoid Single-Use Plastics
Ayu in the Wild is making every attempt to minimize single-use plastics on our tours. Please bring your own reusable bottles or we could supply you with one from our stocks. Your re-usable bottle will be filled with 1 litre of water per day.
If traveling on a Scenic or Photography Flight on a Light Aircraft or Helicopter, strict weight restrictions will apply to baggage allowed on board. Please check with us on baggage restrictions before you confirm your tour.
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