Good to know


… about travelling to Sri Lanka



Corona Situation

Corona regulations starting October 1, 2021:

All fully vaccinated arrivals (two weeks before departure) will have to show a negative PCR-Test which was conducted in the departure country max. 72 hours before departure.

Foreigners and overseas tourists who were not fully vaccinated would be allowed to travel to their hotels (level-1-hotel) under
bio-bubble and that they would be subject to a PCR test there.

We are happy to announce that our AquaBeach Cabanas are open again to all our friends and guests during the next season. Please feel free to inquire about booking your holiday at AquaBeach Cabanas.


There is no vaccination-duty. Please obtain information about your personal health risks from your general practitioner or a clinic for tropical medicine.




Information about the new visa regulations please find here.

Taxi and Transport

Public transport is cheap and easily available.

If required, we provide a taxi service from the airport for about € 100,-. It will take approximately three hours (highway starting at the airport and exit 15 km away from AquaBeach).


It is easy to get by with English. Singhala and Tamil are both national languages with English commonly described as a link language.

Currency / Exchange rate

Sri Lankanischer Rupie: 1 EUR  = LKR 340/- (April 2022)


At the south coast November until April is high season. Temperature is never below 25°C. In November and December, there are sometimes warm rainy showers. The weather at present here.


Costs Cabanas AquaBeach Resort

Half board per person / double cabana € 40,- + 10% service charge

Half board per person / single cabana  € 52,- + 10% service charge




There is Wifi at AquaBeach though with limited data

AquaBeach (Pvt.) Ltd.

Gurupokuna-Hungama, Sri Lanka

November to April

Tel: +94-47-4920554

mobil +94-77-6030279

May to October

Tel: +49-175 252 11 05

Email: info(at)

"Pearl in the Indian Ocean"

"Island of the Gods"


those are ancient descriptions of Sri Lanka. Already the dealer in spice mentioned the indescribably beauty of "Serendib" how they used to call the island in those days.

Palm trees swaying in a picturesque way along endless beaches of the warm, blue ocean; rich jungles and lush green tea plantations in the hill country. Cultural richness and Ayurvedic health care mingle with a beautiful landscape as witnesses of thousand years old history. Many dagobas, statues and temples are expressions of deep religiousness.

You can experience the exotic animal life with an adventurous jeep safari in one of the many national parks. Last but not least Sri Lanka is worth a journey because of the natural friendliness and in-born hospitality of its people.

Take the relaxation back to your home country. And your life will remain your friendly companion.