Located in the vicinity of the equator, Sri Lanka together with her surrounding sister nations share a mutual, tropical temperature throughout the year. Ranging from an average temperature of the late 20’s and early 30’s, Sri Lanka is known for her distinct wet and dry seasons. Inside the mainland, the temperature variation can be quite different. So different that in the central province you might need your warm clothing and a cup of hot Ceylon Tea, while the sunny beaches towards the coast would give you a nice even tan. The extreme ends of the year (December and January) are usually the coldest of all the months. April to August are considered to be the warmer of the lot.
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