The trip to Sri Lanka
Sri Lanka - is not only the name of theisland located in the warm waters of the Indian Ocean. It has many names - Blessed Land, Teardrop of India, Lions Island and a huge set. The trip to Sri Lanka - a trip to paradise, because in the opinion of Muslims Eden was on this island.
Bus routes cover the basic number of the country's settlements. In this case there are two types of buses:
- PTS. Cars owned by the state. They have a red or yellow color. The proposed schedule is observed quite clearly.
- Private buses. Embark on a tour of the process of filling the cabin.
Buses (and almost all) - veryuncomfortable. Air conditioning is available only in private cars. The average speed not exceeding 40 km / h. Guests can enjoy the country's buses is very inconvenient, since all the inscriptions made exclusively in Sinhala language.
In the capital and its suburbs, you can order a taxi equipped with counters. Payment is carried out as follows: planting and the first kilometer - 28-30 LKR; every kilometer of the way - 24-26 LKR.
If desired, you can use the fat-the fat. This is a special type of local taxi, which is a scooter with three wheels and a cabin for passengers.
In total, the country's three majorcomplex of airport: Bandaranaike International Airport (located in Colombo); while the airport complex Ratmalana, located south of Colombo (used for domestic flights); Kankesanturay (Jaffna) Airport. In addition to them on the island there are ten air terminals used for air taxi.
The largest airline of the country - SrilankanAirlines (SriLankan Airlines). Domestic air service is virtually nonexistent. Regular flight - "Colombo - Jaffna." Charter flights take place in the city of Trincomalee and Battikoloa.
Guests of the island it's best to use taxi services. This miniature aircraft (four or eight passengers), performing "customized" flights.
Inherited from the British colonists remained on the island railway network. The main junction is located in the capital of Sri Lanka.
Trains - one of the options move the countryover long distances. The trip cost is very cheap, but it will have to sacrifice comfort. As a rule, cars are almost always overcrowded, and air conditioning is provided solely for the "brand" of trains. But all, without exception, the compositions are under the protection of the army, and routes are laid out in a very beautiful place.
Trains have several classes and the main type of cars - only seating. Berths have only a few trains that are traveling for the night.