Suffy Travels

Yoga, Wellness & Culture in Sri Lanka

A Partnership with Yoga With Stacey

The Suffy Experience Package 

Cultural Highlights

Get Cultured at Sigiriya

The most sacred natural wonder in Sigiriya is an ancient rock fortress dating back as early as 3rd Century BC. Sigiriya Rock is the unofficial 8th Wonder of the World and is listed as a World Heritage Site selected by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO).

Sip Tea at “Little England”

Experience peace and serenity at Nuwura Eliya, popularly known as “Little England”. Sit back and unwind with a cup of tea while looking unto lush green fields.

Sunrise at Adam’s Peak

There is no better way to start the day than to experience the indescribable beauty of the sunrise at the top of Sri Lanka leaving you feeling refreshed and ready to conquer the exciting day ahead.

See the Elephants of Udawalawe

Watch baby elephants stump, play and eat at the elephant transit park, an animal sanctuary aimed for the safety of the infant orphaned elephants. It the perfect location to marvel at these gentle, loving and majestic animals.

Relax at Mirissa Beach

Enjoy the smell of the sea breeze and the swing of coconut trees with clear blue waters and sunset to die for.

The Sacred Temple of the Tooth Relic of Lord Buddha

The golden roofed temple in Sri Lanka holds the relic of left upper canine tooth of Lord Buddha himself.

Galle Dutch Fort

In the south west coast of Sri Lanka is a fort built by the Portuguese in 1588. Galle Fort reveals an exciting mix between European architecture and South Asian traditions, creating amazing backdrops such as the Galle Lighthouse and the Marine Museum.

Journey By Train

Running since the colonial times, a Sri Lankan train journey is the perfect blast to the past. Soak in stunning mountain scenery and ocean views along the way.

Hatha and Aqua Yoga at Scenic Locations

Lanka Ella Falls

Wangedigala Mountain

Pilkington's Point