Support England in Srilanka 2018

Tel : +44 207 132 9600

Email : sportstravel@lycafly.com

ODI Packages

From £1,495 per person

  • Based on two People Sharing
  • Tour Includes direct flights with srilankan Airlines from London Heathrow
  • 13 Nights 5* accommodation in Dumbulla and kandy
  • Tickets for 4 ODI matches with transport
  • Dates based on 7th October departures

Test Match Packages

From £1,695 per person

  • Based on two People Sharing
  • Tour Includes direct flights with srilankan Airlines from London Heathrow
  • 14 Nights 5* accommodation in Galle and kandy
  • Tickets for 2 Test matches with transport
  • Dates based on 4th November departure

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About SriLanka

Sri Lanka climate is tropical and consists of distinct wet and dry seasons. The climate can be at its most enjoyable in the drier seasons; the best time to travel to the west, south and upland areas of the island is during December to March, while the recommended travel season for the east coast region is April to September.

Cricket is the most popular sport in Sri Lanka. Their international team is one of the ten test nations and one of the five nations that has won a Cricket World Cup. Cricket is played at all levels in the country and international cricket matches are watched with interest by a large proportion of the population. Sri Lanka has provided some of the best and most charismatic cricketers Arjuna Ranantunga, Aravinda de Silva, Muttiah Murilitharan, Sanath Jayusuria, Kumar Sangakarra, Mahela Jayawardene and Lasith Malinga. They have always provided the game with innovative ideas such as pinch hitting and the “Dilshan Scoop.

Sri Lanka also excels in other sports such as Netball and Rugby where they are both ranked in the top 40 of the world rankings.

The Sri Lankans have also had to deal with some severe issues in the last 30 years. A civil war has devastated the north of the country. This war split the country until a few years ago. LycaFly Sports Travel has been pioneering in taking tours to areas such as Jaffna to provide support for these ravaged areas. In the south the devastation was colossal after the Tsunami that hit its shores in December 2004 and regular visits to charity institutions are a part of every tour.

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