Colombo enjoys temperate climate throughout the year. Temperature goes up to 31 degree C in March - April. May - August and October - January are the monsoon months.
Ideal time to visit Colombo is from November to April.
All international flights coming to Sri Lanka land at Bandaranaike International Airport. It is possible to take cab, rail or bus to the city centre of Colombo.
There are a lot of Indian Ocean cruise liners that have Colombo as a part of there itineraries.
Bandaranaike International Airport is located at Katunayake which is on the northern side of Colombo. A host of airlines offer connections from all over the world to Colombo. The Ratmalana Air Force Base is the domestic airport of Colombo.
Train connects the Fort, Colombo to the international airport
Travellers landing at the international airport can take taxi to the city which is 30kms away. Bus service is available from the airport. Traveller can take route no 187 which connects Katunayake to the city, although travellers might find it slightly difficult to travel through bus due to communication gap and over-crowding. If landing at the domestic airport, you will have access only to AeroLanka Shuttle. Being an Air Force base the only transport available to & from this airport
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