Vintage Motorcycle Adventure Tour in Sri Lanka

Adventure lovers can indulge in motorcycle tours conducted by Vintage Rides who have been conducting tours to various locations. From India to South East Asia, genuine and exotic itineraries have been organized by them and their motorcycle tours  enables the rider to discover preserved nature such as Mongolian steppes, Golden Triangle Mountains, Himalaya summit etc.  On the Royal Enfield the traveller will see new exotic location far from the big touristic trails. Over off-beaten tracks one can gain great experience and cherish the memorable moment spent exploring these regions.

Due to the Royal Enfield one can reach the most remote and isolated areas and also get the opportunity of meeting the locals.  Being a popular means of transport the motorbike can take the biker to the areas which are well preserved and amazing to explore.  Making your choice from the selections of motorcycle tours empowers the development of a variety of new sensation via scent, feeling and vision offering the traveller an experience to relish and cherish.


One could make their choice on any of the tours according to your personal preference.  Various types of itineraries based on your level and expectancies, motorbike tours on uneven or smooth roads, travel in groups or alone are made available to the traveller.

Sri Lanka – Designed for Motorcycle Tours

You could undertake motorcycle tours in Sri Lanka which involves an 8 – 12 days expedition and the best time can be between January and August.  You can ride to the most deserted landscapes of the country accompanied by their guides for assistance.  There is around 700 to 1300 km of wild and preserved landscapes waiting to be explored in Sri Lanka.

Breath-taking sceneries together with lakes, mountains or rice fields are the promise of complete involvement during the expedition.  Throughout your trip the traveller has the privilege of the assistance and support of the team in the form of an English guide.  In the event of any breakdown, a mechanic is readily available to cater to your needs.  An assistance vehicle tends to transport the luggage of the group and also carries any mechanical parts which may be essential during the adventure. Covered by the Indian Ocean, Sri Lanka seems to be truly designed for motorcycle tours. The tourist on arrival will be engrossed in the attractive melting pot of cultures as well as religion.


Impenetrable & Ubiquitous Nature

The people of Sri Lanka are a friendly lot with their large and radiant smiles.  Sri Lanka has an impenetrable and ubiquitous nature, flourishing vegetation, imperial cities, tea plantations, mountains and perfect beaches together with attractive and wild fauna and exploring this region with its natural surrounding can add to the thrill and experience of the tour. The motorcycle trip to Sri Lanka will provide an opportunity of forthcoming of the Buddhist and the Hinduist culture of the country.

Some of the places in Sri Lanka are Negombo, where on arriving at the airport you head southward to Hikkaduwa.  This west-coast resort had a reputation for exceptional surfing spot in the 70s. Thereafter you can travel towards Weligma Bay which is a headlock of the post fisherman symbolic of Sri Lanka and go surfing off the crescent shaped Mirissa Bay. Then travelling alongside Bundala national Park you will reach the fringes of Yala National Park and camp there for the night.


Arugam Bay – Surfing Spot

Ride to the east coast and Arugam Bay which is a surfing spot known to enthusiasts all over the world.   Enjoy the early season tranquillity of Arugam Bay. Then you move to the spots of Okanda and later to Kuman which is on the peripheries of the eponymous national park well-known for its plethora of bird life.

Then set off for a space known as Whiskey Point where you can ride close to Gal Oya National Park before getting into the refreshing cool space of tea plantations. You reach Ella after taking in your fill of the waterfalls and jaw-dropping panoramic views. Heading south on a pleasing little country road, you stop off at Buduruwagala, which is a Buddhist site of six colossal state framing a 16 metre high Buddha.

Continue your trip to Uda Walawe National Park and its grassland, a home to a huge elephant colony and head for the southwest coast of Sri Lanka with your boards.  This is the last stage of the road trip of Sri Lanka through the rice fields and the heart of rural life and you reach Ahangama which is a site near Weligam and Koggala Lake.  If flight-departure time permits it then you could halt off in Galle, which is a fortified town and is very charming.

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