After the horrific incident that took place on Easter Sunday, Sri Lankan armed forces have taken all necessary measures to ensure the safety of the public and tourists and outlines plans to restore the confidence of tourism stakeholder. With our hospitality and enduring Sri Lankan resilience to rebuild the worlds faith in this paradise island, we must move forward.
30 April 2019
The island has returned to normalcy and the security threat is entirely contained.
According to the Sri Lankan Tourism Authority, by the end of May 2019, an increase of more than 10,000 tourists was reported which is a sign of recovery and encourages for steady growth on tourism.
21 June 2019
Travel Advisory Relaxed Countries
Source : https://www.srilanka.travel/tourism-updates#image1
15 July 2019
July tourist arrivals expected to top 100,000
Speaking to the media, Chairman of Sri Lanka Tourism Development Authority Johanne Jayaratne stated that tourist arrivals to this country have recovered to a daily average of 3,500 during the first week of July. Furthermore, he added that a massive influx of tourists is expected during September and December.