Sri Lanka will open for tourists from August 1
As COVID cases are getting lower day by day and tourism being opened, Sri Lanka an island nation located in the Indian Ocean is opening its doors for tourists from August 1. However, this comes with select rules and regulations that one needs to follow to explore the Island nation of Sri Lanka. The duration of the stay should be at least 5 days minimum. A valid entry visa costing $100 which will be issued for a minimum of 30 days however can be extended for 6 months. The long term visa relaxation are yet to be announced, but as of now, only single entry visa has been given a nod by the government.
Currently, only 3 international airports will be operated for international tourists this include:
i) Bandaranaike International Airport [BIA]
ii) Colombo Ratmalana Airport [RMA]