Our Multi-Day Treks offer a fulfilling walking adventure, guiding you through historical routes, forests, mountains, tea gardens, villages, and beyond. You hike about 19 km each day, on average.

If you love walking but have limited time during your upcoming Sri Lankan holiday, our 2-8 day short breaks are just right. There’s so much to see, from the stunning Knuckles Forest Region to the sacred mountain peak and beyond.

You’ll be surprised by how far out of town our day hikes take you. They offer something to everyone. We are certain you will find a day walk to suit what you’re looking for.

Trekking in Sri Lanka

Welcome to our colourful yet frenzied towns, where every moment is an adventure. Our urban walks offer the chance to engage with the present and glimpse the past. Immerse yourself in the local culture and explore historic landmarks while enjoying typical street food.

Discover local lore and tradition through our classic routes collection that combines walking, food, nature, and history. Though no sightseeing excursions are planned, you will have free time to visit the places you wish to see.

Ayubowan, Vanakkam

Developing our own trails has been our main goal since 2011 to provide exceptional hiking experiences. We have hiking options for everyone, from short urban strolls to challenging multi-day treks and everything in between. We are continuously searching for and evaluating new trails to make your experience more enjoyable. A trip with us will surely shift your perspective on Sri Lanka.

We’ll plan your route and handle everything else – transport, food, accommodations, baggage, trek guide, and support team. You can fully immerse yourself in the local culture and enjoy good food, comfortable accommodations, and great company. That’s the way to experience Sri Lanka differently.


Our trips are run in small groups of 4 to 8 like-minded travellers, and sometimes 10, to ensure you quickly socialise with group members and our team, making our trips more enjoyable. Our trips are more about one-of-a-kind experiences across the island, packed with local culture, history and nature.


Our trips are unconventional, with ample breathing space and flexibility. There are no planned sightseeing excursions. During your free time, you have the freedom to choose what you want to do. Your list of essential viewing could become a list of the desired viewing!


We choose accommodations based on location and quality, favouring locally owned establishments. The range of lodging options available includes well-maintained heritage bungalows, mid-range hotels with en-suite rooms, eco-friendly lodges, and comfortable tented camps. You make the most of each location by staying for two nights.

Trekking in Sri Lanka


You begin your day’s hike with a satisfying breakfast. Local restaurants, home-cooked meals, or trailside picnics are all options for lunch. A delicious dinner will be shared by the group every evening.


During the trip itinerary, you will have access to air-conditioned tour vehicles with comfortable seating and rear luggage space for transfers between hike start/finish points and hotels.


Our Multi-Day Treks come with an experienced trek guide, first-aider, and local team member. The trek guide assumes the role of the tour leader for the duration of the trip. Our team of local guides and chauffeur guides possesses good English skills, with some being fluent. They have been trained and licensed by the Sri Lanka Tourism Authority or by the Provincial Tourism Authorities.


All forms of tourism have adverse effects, which we recognize. Our aim is to minimize the negative impact on the environment and the community. 

  • We strictly adhere to our policy of keeping groups small
  • We encourage community involvement in service and supply provision.
  • We ensure fair payment for our trek guides, chauffeurs, and service providers.
  • We aim to offer an inclusive travel experience that welcomes everyone, irrespective of nationality, ethnicity, religion, or gender.
  • We discourage any activity that negatively impacts animals held in captivity or domesticated for entertainment purposes.
  • If possible, travellers are invited to use their time and skills to assist the local community.

Our trek and chauffeur guides, along with our local partners, share a passion for the outdoors and come from diverse professional backgrounds. We love walking and sharing insights, while committed to responsible operations.

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