Is the weather good in Sri Lanka in June?

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I’ll be travelling to Sri Lanka in June & was looking to get an idea of what the weather will be like & any suggestions on must sees?Thanks


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3 thoughts on “Is the weather good in Sri Lanka in June?”

  1. Lily H says:

    it will be lovely in june, they are having a lot of rain at the moment but that will pass by then.
    Places to see – elephant orphanage, the botanical gardens at kandy, adams peak, the waterfalls, the list is endless
    Have a lovely time

  2. AlisonTravelAdvisor/Agent says:

    I am off to Sri Lanka in June also……..

    The weather is likely to be a little humid, but sunny, and if it does rain, it will clear the air…

    As for things to do, Kandy and the Temple of the Tooth, Nuwara Eliya for the tea Plantations, Pinnewela for the Elephants, and Colombo if you are wanting to go shopping.

    Have a fab time – it is a brilliant Country, with fantastic people, good food, and an interesting and varied history.

  3. nipuna777 says:

    Of cause, its sri lanka…
    There would be some rain but nothing to worry about.
    ummm. places to see.
    yea the elephant orphanage is a must see and i think you should go to a wildlife sanctuary as well.
    Go to Hikkaduwa (a beautiful beach)
    Anuradapura to see the ruins and kandy as well.

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