Oasey Beach Hotel

Galle Rd, Galboda, Induruwa, Bentota, Sri Lanka
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Weather in May

by Eglute

Hi everyone!

I am traveling to Sri Lanka (Taj Exotica) from 2 May.. and just now (nothing was told in the travel agency) I found out that it is a start of the Monsoon.. Please, can someone tell is it bad in the beginning of May??? :( And can I expect to get a tan?? :(

Thank you all in advance!

Re: Weather in May

by ricky52

Trying to predict the weather can be difficult because of local on the day variations.
This information should be used as a guide only.
Here is the average weather Colombo for this time of year.
Enjoy your holiday

May.
High 88f / 31c
Low 78f / 26c
Rain 15.04in / 382.0mm
Wind (from the) SW
Cloud (from 8) 6.1
Sun % 28

It will be warm, but wet.

Re: Weather in May

by drniroshan

I am now holidaying in Srilanka--It rains intermittently in Colombo and Southern coast--Not every day--Plenty of sunshine everyday --Surely you can expect to get tan--have a Nice Holiday

Dr.S.S.Niroshan
London

Re: Weather in May

by Treshi

Hi,

Weather is quite an unpredictable thing in Sri Lanka presently. I have been and living in Sri Lanka for the past so many years and the weather has been strange since of late and unseasonal rain showers are expected any moment. But as the others have mentioned, plenty of sun shine during morning hours and rain in most evenings sometimes heavy and sometimes light. We did not experience rain for three - four days continously last week and it was quite hot and humid around. But it has been raining continously from last afternoon and its gloomy around.

So its quite unpredictable, but will have plenty of sun shine around too and a tan, yes would be no problem.

Have a great time in Sri Lanka.

Regards,

Treshi, Colombo, Sri Lanka.

Re: Weather in May

by Emichelle

Hi,

I agree with Treshi, The weather has been unpredictable as a matter of fact Global weather is behaving strangely. Usually in May we are coming out of the hottest time of the year which is April. It has been hot and humid on its day.

So I think it might just depend on how the perticular day is, So pary for good weather, You could be in for great sunshine !

I hope you have a great time in Sri Lanka and you are able to work out a good tan and take it back to Vilnius.

Cheers,

Re: Weather in May

by henriplesser

Don’t worry about rain in sri lanka . one day rain other day sunny.im sure you can mange it.

Thanks,

henri

Re: Weather in May

by Treshi

Hmm... another sunny day in Colombo today...nice and warm...its wonderful!

Treshi.

Re: Weather in May

by Emichelle

Hey, the weather will be amazing for you. It has been hot and sunny as ever.

Cheers from Sri Lanka !!

Re: Weather in May

by aazhaa

LAST WEAK AND PREVIOUS I WAS AT AIDA HOTEL BENTOTA, THE WEATHER WAS HOT AND WET, SPECIALLY HOT, I HAD NICE TIME,
U CAN TAKE 2 BATH- SUN AND THE SEA. THE WEATHER IN THE COASTAL AREA OF SRI LANKA IS FINE,
HAVE A LOT OF FUN.

Travel Tips for Bentota

BIRDWATCHING: The "Red vented Bulbul"

by WStat

Red-vented Bulbul (Pycnonotus cafer) is about 20cm in length, with a long tail. It has brown or black upperparts, with a white rump. The breast is brown or black, and the rest of the underparts are white apart from the red around the vent. The head and small crest are black.
The bird is a member of the bulbul family of passerine birds. It is resident breeder in tropical southern Asia from India and Sri Lanka east to Burma and southwestern China, and has also been introduced to Fiji,Hawaii and the United Arab Emirates.
Red-vented Bulbuls feed on fruit, nectar and insects but have become a danger to fruit- and orchid-plantations, especially in Hawaii but to my knowledge not in Sri Lanka.

Sea Turtles Project

by tayloretc

The Sea Turtles Project in South Bentota is one of many sea turtle hatcheries along the coast, but it’s probably the best advertised. All of them do approximately the same thing: buy turtle eggs from the locals, bury them in protected plots until they hatch, and then release the 1- to 3-day-old turtles into the sea. This one also keeps several older turtles (1 to 5 years) for study, as well as a turtle that had one of its front flippers cut off by a fishing net, and a friendly albino turtle that will swim right up for a pat on the head and a closeup.

Most of the turtles they hatch are green turtles, although they do get loggerheads, hawksbills, olive ridley, and (rarely) leatherbacks.

The grounds and facilities were pretty much destroyed by the 2004 tsunami, and have been rebuilt over the past couple of years as funds permit. There were about 15 holding tanks when we visited, ranging in size, but all plain cement and shaded by rudimentary roofs. The tank for hatchlings has a moveable screen for protection from crows and other predators.

They move the screen for visitors, and let you play with the hatchlings – insofar as turtle hatchlings can be said to play. (They mostly just flop around.)

There’s a sandy fenced-in plot for the eggs. The numbers on sticks in the photo are for cataloguing the clutches.

Like most of the turtle conservation projects in Sri Lanka, the Sea Turtles Project relies completely on donations and entrance fees (Rs200) for funding, and is staffed by volunteers. They need visitors to keep the hatchery going.

Read about the Sea Turtles Project. Donations are welcome, and information about how to donate can be found on the “Tsunami Damage” page – write to them first, though.

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Address: Galle Rd, Galboda, Induruwa, Bentota, Sri Lanka