Holidays in Sri Lanka in September
Lovers of exotic holidays and diversityimpressions, were on different continents and assess the level of development of the tourism market, can safely go to Sri Lanka. Here they are waiting for the amazing nature, endless ocean gave interesting historical sights.
Holidays in Sri Lanka in September, will be held,firstly, with the scent of the delicious black tea, and secondly, in the company of desperate daredevils, conquerors of high waves and underwater depths, and third, with surprises and discoveries, which carries each new day on the island.
Weather in September
The general warming would not affect theclimate condition and one, a single island of Sri Lanka. September refers to the low season, but because the ocean is not very hospitable to tourists and to meet this need to be prepared in advance.
Low season - evidence of frequent rains,However, many tourists vacationing here for the past few years, claim that the first month of autumn in Sri Lanka, on the contrary, enjoy the dry weather, the rains were significantly lower than normal.
The east coast of the island is more favorableconfigured to tourists. Therefore, if the holiday falls on September and have a desire to spend it in the Indian Ocean should choose hotels on the east coast of Sri Lanka. Here clear days more and more peaceful ocean towards guests.
Taste of the Ceylon tea dramaticallydifferent from the drink that many ever tasted in a long time ago. Today, let's say, every tenth package of tea is produced in the island of Sri Lanka. For tourists interested in the process of growing and processing of the main breadwinner locals.
Especially for tourists thereExemplary tea factories. It is clear that many of the processes of processing or packing in such enterprises are styled and designed for you to impress and surprise the tourist. But smart and so understands how hard work is given to local residents every kilogram of tea leaves. Because after a visit to a factory for many excursionists tea it seems much more fragrant than ever. By the way, this plant is not native Ceylon, the first varieties were imported from China or India, but only a few centuries and a small island in the world's leaders in growing tea bushes and the production of delicious, fragrant, divine drink.