Pregnancy can be overwhelming. It is a very endearing time of life but entails its own set of problems. There are ups and downs & change is important.
My doctor gave me a green flag when I asked he if I can take a short international trip during the second trimester, with a few caution words, a list of medicines needed in case of emergency & a consent letter to be presented at the airport.
After a lot of brainstorming, I decided that Sri-Lanka would be a perfect spot. How I concluded that? That's a discussion for some other day!
Sri lanka offers Visa on arrival. But you need to fill an ETA form online.
Go through https://www.srilankaevisaonline.com/v1 for appropriate details
On entry to Sri Lanka, you must present the following:
- A printout of the approved ETA for Sri Lanka
- A valid passport
Upon arrival in Sri Lanka, all ETA holders will have to demonstrate:
- A return ticket (only when traveling by air)
- Evidence of sufficient funds
1 LKR = approx 0.50 INR
You do not get Lankan currency easily but our agent had it. In case you are in Bangalore, you can contact me for details.