Sri Lanka
Open­ing Soon

20–27th March 2021

Indi­vidu­al: £1,200

Team: £995pp (team is 2 or more)

Sri Lankan cit­izens please email  contact@ultra-x.co  for reduced entry.

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Ultra X Sri Lanka takes place in a coun­try nick­named “The Pearl of the Indi­an Ocean”.

Sri Lanka is a beau­ti­ful place with an incred­ibly diverse cul­ture. The course takes com­pet­it­ors past tea plant­a­tions and sug­ar factor­ies, through 10,000 year old rain­forests, along stun­ning coun­tryside trails, and down rush­ing rivers. Dur­ing this unfor­get­table week, com­pet­it­ors will get to exper­i­ence the place, the people, and the beauty of this icon­ic coun­try, which is steeped in rich his­tory and vibrant col­our.

5 days

250 km

26–36°C

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Itin­er­ary

Sat­urday

Com­pet­it­ors should arrive in Negombo on or before Sat­urday 20th March, where they will trans­fer to their accom­mod­a­tion in the city. Those that wish to stay in the race hotel will have the option to book this when regis­ter­ing.

Sunday

Man­dat­ory kit checks, race regis­tra­tion, and safety brief­ings will take place at the race hotel in the centre of Negombo at 9am. All com­pet­it­ors are then trans­ferred to Udawalawe Nation­al Park and to the first camp­site, where the race will start the fol­low­ing morn­ing.

Monday

40 KM

Tues­day

51 KM

Wed­nes­day

51 KM

thursday

69 KM

FRI­day

39 KM

On Fri­day even­ing after the race, the organ­isers host a big BBQ around the camp­fire for the last night in the wild, where the prize giv­ing and awards cere­mony also takes place.

Sat­urday

On Sat­urday morn­ing, all com­pet­it­ors are trans­ferred back to Negombo, stop­ping off for food in Rat­napura and Avis­sawella. For those with Sat­urday even­ing flights, we will arrive in Negombo at approx­im­ately at 18:00.

Sunday

All good things must come to an end! Par­ti­cipants are free to trans­fer to the air­port on Sunday for return flights, or to begin their well deserved hol­i­day. For those stay­ing in coun­try, we recom­mend book­ing with a loc­al tour com­pany — please get in touch for recom­mend­a­tions.

Day(s)

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Hour(s)

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Minute(s)

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Second(s)

included in your fee:


1. Race entry

2. Accom­mod­a­tion dur­ing the race (21–26th March)

3. Trans­fers between Negombo and Udawalawe

4. Med­ic­al staff on course and at all camp­sites

5. Drink­ing water at check­points on course and hot water
for pre­par­ing food at all camp­sites

6. Cel­eb­rat­ory meal and loc­al enter­tain­ment on the final night of the race

7. Ground assist­ance and full safety sup­port

8. Digit­al cop­ies of all images from event pho­to­graph­er

9. Individual/team rank­ings and ITRA points

10. Finisher’s medal

not included in your fee:


1. Flights

2. Accom­mod­a­tion before or after the race

3. Per­son­al food, kit and equip­ment (see kit list below)

4. Com­pre­hens­ive insur­ance
(to cov­er can­cel­la­tions, loss of items, injury etc.)

5. Train­ing costs

6. Doctor’s fees (eg. for med­ic­al cer­ti­fic­ate)

7. Spend­ing money

8. Trans­port home for run­ners who are
dis­qual­i­fied or with­draw early

Import­ant Inform­a­tion

The liv­ing accom­mod­a­tion con­sists of tents shared by between 6 and 15 com­pet­it­ors. All par­ti­cipants must provide their own roll mats and sleep­ing bags.

This is NOT a self-sup­por­ted race. Run­ners only need to carry their daily nutri­tion and emer­gency equip­ment. Bags are trans­por­ted between camp­sites by the organ­isers.

Com­pet­it­ors will need to provide their own food from Sunday 21st March to Sat­urday 27th March. Dehyd­rated or freeze dried food is recom­men­ded.

 Please see the Race Inform­a­tion Pack and Kit List below for all neces­sary details about the race.

“There is magic at a multi-stage race and this magic comes from the people. Not only the run­ners, but the organ­isers, volun­teers and the loc­al people of the unique land­scape you are run­ning through. A multi-stage race brings out a raw­ness in people that there is no hid­ing from; we see each oth­er at our best, at our worst and everything in between, and some­how this devel­ops such strong bonds and friend­ships are forged for life.” — (Lucja Leonard (Aus­tralia)

This was the most bru­tal and chal­len­ging thing I have ever com­pleted, and I would do it again.” — Jacques Pot­gi­eter (South Africa)

I can’t say enough about this race. It has been amaz­ing, inter­est­ing, bru­tal, and beau­ti­ful.” — Edson Kumb­wamba (Malawi)

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