Arguably the best overall month for optimum weather conditions throughout Sri Lanka, March is expected to showcase the very best of Sri Lanka across every region. A predominantly dry month, with temperatures averaging up around the mid-30s °C. On the east coast, things are also starting to warm up as the monsoon blows itself out, especially later in the month
The Cultural Triangle, as is often the case, is expecting minimal rainfall, and the usual high temperatures. To the south, Kandy and the hills of the Tea Country are also at their finest, as the region experiences some of its lowest rainfall of the year, with temperatures expected to hover around the mid-20s °C.
A predominantly dry month throughout Sri Lanka. Temperatures continue to rise along the southern and western coasts, pushing averages up towards the mid-30°C's, but a little rainfall can be expected in the later stages of the month. On the east coast, things are starting to warm up and rain showers are becoming few and far between as April approaches.
The Cultural Triangle, as is often the case, is expecting minimal rainfall, and temperatures are expected to hit the mid-30°C's. To the south, Kandy and the hills of the Tea Country are also at their finest as the weather warms up, taking an edge of those chilly mornings and cooler evenings. Pilgrimage season continues on Adam's Peak.
The south-west (the section south of Negombo & Colombo) and the entire south coast: Peak season.
The entire east coast: Mixed/end of monsoon season.
The central and northern section of the west coast (from Negombo northwards): Peak season.
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