Trincomalee is a district in the eastern province of Sri Lanka, which is rich in natural resources and has a beautiful natural harbour.
There are several naturally beautiful places in the district but due to the long years of conflict in this region, these places have been left untended. While that has been a plus for the birds which seem to feel settled in the water reservoirs, tourism is totally neglected.
Trincomalee has a tropical climate, meaning hot and humid weather year round. Temperatures average around 31 degrees Celcius during the day and around 25 degrees at night. April to October is warmer compared to November to March, but temperatures can reach almost 40 degrees in nearly every month, except the coolest months. Rainfall is possible year round, but is tends to concentrate between November and January. March to July is fairly dry with some showers on just several days a month.
|Avg Max||27.8 °C||29.1 °C||30.8 °C||32.9 °C||34.5 °C||34.7 °C||34.5 °C||34.3 °C||34 °C||31.8 °C||29.2 °C||28 °C|
|Avg Min||24.3 °C||24.5 °C||25 °C||25.8 °C||26.4 °C||26.4 °C||25.8 °C||25.6 °C||25.2 °C||24.6 °C||24.2 °C||24.2 °C|
|Rainfall||115.6 mm||105.4 mm||55.5 mm||49.2 mm||50.2 mm||25.4 mm||63.8 mm||85.9 mm||99.6 mm||222.1 mm||342.9 mm||364.5 mm|
|Hostel||3rd Mile post Nilaveli Road Selvanayagapuram||Hostel||-|
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