Motorcycle Tour
Sri Lanka Highlights Motorcycle Tour

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Have you always wanted to visit the paradisiacal tropical island of Sri Lanka by motorbike but didn't have time to travel for 3 weeks? Then we now offer you the opportunity!


rider €1,950.00 $2,169.29 ?
pillion passenger €1,690.00 $1,880.05 ?
Single room supplement €250.00 $278.11 ?
- Prices only for the date 24.12.2022 -
Motorcyclist €2,190.00 $2,436.28 ?
Pillion €1,790.00 $1,991.30 ?
Single room supplement €250.00 $278.11 ?


Transfers airport Colombo - hotel and back
All hotel overnight stays mostly with breakfast
Rent a motorcycle
Sri Lankan riding Permit
English-speaking tour guide on the motorcycle
Escort vehicle and luggage transport
Travel security note
Travel Guide
Not included features
Everything that is not listed under services
Entrance fees
Optional excursions
food and drink
Health and accident insurance abroad incl. return transport
Travel cancellation insurance
International flight - Colombo and back

More details

Minimum number of participants: 4
Maximum number of participants: 12
Visa (Exclusive) 35,- USD
Motorcycles During this trip we ride on Honda 230 / 250 cc or equivalent motorcycles. In the event of damage to the vehicle caused by own fault, the material costs must be borne by the party responsible. Seat height approx. 86-88 cm. In Sri Lanka, left-hand traffic prevails.
A helmet is mandatory, as is protective clothing with protectors, good gloves and boots or sturdy shoes. Especially in spring and autumn it can get very warm in the lower regions. We therefore recommend wearing breathable protective clothing. On the higher parts in the mountains you can wear extra warm clothes under your motorcycle clothing if necessary. Because of the dust, it is advisable to have a pair of goggles with you. We plan our trips before or after the monsoon season. Nevertheless we have to expect short rain showers at any time. Finally, temperatures in the mountain regions can drop to 5 C in winter, so it is advisable to bring warm clothing.
Travel documents:
You need a passport that is valid for 6 months after the date of return. German citizens need a visa to enter Sri Lanka. The visa must be applied for in advance as an "Electronic Travel Authorization" (ETA) in the online procedure at, costs 35,- USD. For this trip you will need a valid International Riding License and a 'Sri Lankan driving permit' which we will organize for you.
travel companion
This trip is accompanied by our Sri Lankan tour guides on site. This person has been working as a tour guide and tour operator in Sri Lanka for many years and knows the country very well. He knows all routes, hotels, restaurants and speaks English. So there is no German speaking Motor2Travel tour guide on this trip.
Language: This offer is usually suitable for English and/or German speaking participants. We will gladly provide binding information upon request.
Mobility: The offer is not suitable for people with reduced mobility. Please contact us for more information.

Our Sri Lanka motorcycle tour takes you to the most important cultural sights and offers many scenic highlights.

We take our 250 cc Honda's all kinds of small roads through the hinterland, over mountains and along bright green tea plantations and rice fields, through towns and small villages where we often stop on the way to enjoy the wonderful food the country has to offer.

Discover the colourful temples, old Singhalese royal cities like Polonnaruwa, the legendary Lion Rock in Sigiriya and Kandy with one of the most important Buddhareliquies, the Holy Tooth and enjoy the hospitality of the people.

A motorcycle trip to Sri Lanka guarantees a colourful variety.

Arrival Colombo - Transfer Negombo

Individual journey from Germany to Colombo. After about half an hour of driving you will reach the coastal town of Negombo where you will meet the rest of the group. On the beach you can watch the fishermen catching their catch and preparing it for trade. The trademark of Negombo are the outrigger boats with their brown sails, called Oruwa.


We leave the busy Negombo and head north inland. Soon the traffic becomes a bit quieter and the roads run through coconut plantations and over small country roads. Today we reach the "cultural triangle" of Sri Lanka. In the evening we can climb Piturangala, a bizarre rock formation, and enjoy the sunset over an enchanting landscape and the famous Lion Rock.


We continue through the hot dry zone of the country, along artificially created reservoirs in the direction of Polonnaruwa. Today the first off-road track is up, 30% is dirt road, the rest is tar road. Polonnaruwa is the second ancient Singhalese royal city and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The city assumed the status of the capital of Anuradhapura in the 10th century. Polonnaruwa was long overgrown by lush jungle and thus protected.


We leave the hot dry zone and move to the highlands. In the Knuckels Mountains we enjoy the peace and cooler temperatures. We ride via oppressive winding roads and enjoy the ride on adventurous roads deeper and deeper into the mountains.


The way to Kandy is not far, but it is so beautiful here that we choose the most spectacular route and not the fastest. Kandy, which is idyllically situated at 500 m above sea level on a lake, has a moderate climate. Kandy is known for its famous tooth temples. According to tradition, Buddha's left canine tooth is kept here as a relic. Today about 30% is ridden off road.


The winding route leads through the picturesque southern highlands. Tea plantations with colourfully dressed tea pickers characterise the landscape. At the edge of the high mountains we reach a height of 1000 meters above sea level in the charming Ella. If there is enough time, we will visit a spice plantation and a tea factory - because there are also culinary treasures to discover in Sri Lanka


Today we only ride on tarred roads, but quiet roads off the main roads. Ratnapura is located on the southern edge of the Sri Lankan Highlands. Situated on the banks of the river Kalu, Ratnapura is the most important gemstone centre in the country. The tropical rainforest climate has a rich vegetative diversity.


On our last day of riding we leave the highlands behind us and head back towards the west coast. We will avoid the big roads, but still notice that the traffic is increasing. We have to concentrate on riding once again. Arriving in Negombo we can toast to the wonderful journey at sunset and enjoy our last evening together.


You get a transfer to the airport and fly back home with endless impressions.


At the end of your round trip you can relax a few more days on one of the white sandy beaches in Sri Lanka.

- Changes to the route can be adapted to the current conditions on site -