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WELCOME TO
INFINITY VACATIONS

Discover a land of endless wonders, when nature reveals the summit of its creation when the past and the present become one and the sun shines brightly as the peoples smile that’ll greet you every step of the way, when the unexpected surprises you everyday. Sri Lanka offers endless travel options rich in variety & unforgettable.Our Island is gentle & wild depending on your individual taste experience fierce white water rafting listening to the play of the winds and be intrigued by the colors of the sky. Discover magnificent cultural sites or gaze in amazement at the unique flora & fauna, Sri Lanka refreshingly different .

  • Sinharaja

    Translating to the ‘Kingdom of the Lion,’ the virgin rainforest of Sinharaja will lead you on a journey which is filled with plenty to see. Encounter flocks of colourful birds and majestic mammals as you wander down lush jungle paths. A UNESCO World Heritage Site, Sinharaja spans an area of around 21 kms from east to west and is a rich storehouse of endemic plants, birds, butterflies & amphibians.

  • Bentota

    Nestled along sun-drenched shores, the peaceful fishing village of Bentota is today a true beach lover’s paradise. This coastal locale is also a hotspot for water sports be it jet-skiing, windsurfing, waterskiing or banana boat rides, all of which let you feel the rush of skimming the waves in total freedom. For more outdoor fun take a Bentota River cruise, ideal for bird watching enthusiasts.

  • Kandy

    A prominent destination within the island, Kandy was its last ancient capital, home to the Temple of the Tooth Relic of Lord Buddha, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

  • Minneriya

    Elephants are a common sight when arriving in Minneriya which has also found fame for hosting the largest gathering of Asian elephants during the dry weather periods. Featuring a good consistency of wetlands, montane forests and scrublands, Minneriya is arguably one of the most visited national parks in Sri Lanka having been declared a wildlife sanctuary in 1938.