Sri Lanka will extend tourist visas to 270 days by imposing a fee of $ 60- $ 200, but it will impose a fine of $ 500 on tourists who have stayed too long, the Department of Immigration and Immigration said.
The 30-day visa is $ 35 for most countries, $20 for SAARC and is available online.
Tourists can apply for a visa of 30 to 90 days and also an extension of up to 180 days and 270 days.
For Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Netherlands, Poland, Italy, Finland, France, Germany, Ireland, Spain, Greece, Sweden, Hungary, UK, Australia, New Zealand, USA, Canada, Japan, Switzerland, Norway, Portugal, Slovenia and Estonia Mauritius, Iceland and Cuba cost $ 100 for 90 days.
It will also be available online, saving the cost of travelling to Colombo. The extension is free for the United States, the Maldives, Singapore, the Seychelles and the Czech Republic. Visa fees may be subject to mutual fees. For any other country, it would be $ 60.
Another 90 to 180 day extension will be available for free for US citizens, $ 150 for others, and a 180 to 270 day visa will be granted for $ 200.