Tourists can book nonstop flights from Mumbai to Sri Lanka which are provided by Srilankan Airlines, Air India, and Jet Airways. Connecting flights are on offer by IndiGo, Air India, and SpiceJet. Taking a train to cover Mumbai to Sri Lanka distance is not a practical option. Mumbai to Colombo flights without layover take about 2 hours 30 minutes. Mumbai happens to be the commercial and entertainment capital of India, it was formerly known as Mumbai. Sri Lanka is home to several tourist attractions including national parks, beaches, Buddist temples, and museums.
Check the various ways on how to reach Sri Lanka from Mumbai
Mumbai to Sri Lanka by Air
Mumbai is one of the major airports with direct connectivity to travel from India to Sri Lanka. Situated about 30 kilometers from the main city of Colombo is the Bandaranaike international airport which is the only international airport in the country. There are direct flights from all the major cities of India and Mumbai ranks among them as well. As a tourist, you can opt for a direct connecting flight or an indirect one as well. In fact, Sri Lankan airlines have its direct flights operating from the city of Mumbai as well. Express airport services are being provided to all the people who plan to reach the country. Mumbai to Sri Lanka flight duration is about 8 hours for connecting flights, so book a non-stop flight.
Mumbai to Sri Lanka by Train
It is not a viable option to take a Mumbai to Sri Lanka train. However, traveling within Sri Lanka by train works out to be the best option to explore the breadth along with the width of the country. Nothing is going to match the landscapes along with the breathtaking views that are part of a rail trip. Though land transport is slow when you compare it to the air mode, the pace of it is slow which helps you to catch a glimpse of the city in your own sweet manner.
Mumbai to Sri Lanka by Road
For long you have been craving to have a glimpse of Sri Lanka, but never had an opportunity to do so. Well, the chance is going to arrive soon and the best part is that you would not need any form of advance planning. In recent times the ministry of roadways in India has gone on to announce the construction of an amazing tunnel (sea) between both the countries. The total cost of the project is estimated to be a whopping 2400 crores. Currently the option of reach the country is a 3-hour flight from Mumbai or a 45-minute ferry drive from Rameshwaram. One thing is for sure it is really going to raise the bar of cross tours in the country.
Another option is to opt for a Mumbai to Sri Lanka cruise which takes about 2 days to reach Colombo. It is an ideal option for families and honeymooners looking to enjoy onboard entertainment along the voyage.