Lahore: The two-nation cricket series have been fixed by Sri Lankan and Pakistan Cricket board (PCB), which will be held on August in Sri Lanka.
Pakistan will play three One-Day International (ODI) and two Tests match series against Sri Lanka in August.
No tour dates have yet been set in stone, but Pakistan is expected to arrive in Sri Lanka in late July for a tour match.
Pakistan were facing a six-month drought ahead of their next international fixtures after the World T20.
But the PCB managed to strike up a quick deal with Sri Lanka Cricket on the sidelines of the ICC meeting in Dubai to narrow the gap.
Pakistan have played Sri Lanka five series in the past five years with home and away series in 2009, followed by Pakistan hosting Sri Lanka in 2011 and touring Sri Lanka in 2012.