Insurance companies in Sri Lanka offer top quality national health insurance plans to foreigners. The plans will serve to provide a safety net for these ex-pats in terms of their health care needs. Insurers are also able to fully customize a health insurance policy to meet their clients’ exact expectations and requirements. Coverage options that they can provide will usually include benefits for emergency evacuation, specialist consultations, even dental coverage and especially maternity treatment.
Sri Lankan’s new hotel classification system, which came into place recently, has certain criteria addressing some aspects of making tourism inclusive for all. The hotel classification system has incorporated two aspects of facilities for guests with restricted ability and
Sri Lanka has a free ( for locals) and universal health care system. It scores higher than the regional average in healthcare systems and has its own indigenous medicine system. There are 555 government hospitals in Sri Lanka, in addition
General animals which are potential threats to humans in Sri Lanka: Leopards, Elephants, Wild Boar, Snakes, Frogs, Crocodiles, sloth Bears, Troops of Monkey ( both langue and macaque species ), wild Buffalo, Monitor Lizards.
For most short- term travelers the usual recommended vaccinations for Sri Lanka include cover against the childhood diseases (Tetanus, Diphtheria, and poliomyelitis, Measles, Mumps and those trekking in the Sri Lankan countryside or staying for longer periods then cover against