EXPLORE SRI LANKA
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Despite being a small island in the Indian Ocean, The Paradise Island has a lot to offer. Sri Lanka is endowed with a diverse collection of landscapes, climates and natural features. Sri Lanka’s infamous beaches have been enticing visitors for many years all over the world. Sri Lanka is the treasure of island for all tourists. You can discover a variety of natural, cultural and historical heritages within a few hours.
No matter which part of the island you travel or whatever souvenirs you purchase, it’s a delight and good value for money and really worth it! A land of soul stirring warmth – from sunny smiles to the local hospitality which starts with a gesture of hands pressed together to tropical weather and hearty culinary delights – travel in Sri Lanka is full of intrigue, solace and spirituality. With as many as eight UNESCO World Heritage Sites and abundant natural beauties, exquisite temples that rise majestically and crumbling fortresses peering over plunging ravine, Sri Lanka is breathtaking.
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Visit a tea empire in Nuwara Eliya
Relax on the beaches of Arugam Bay
Get up close to wild elephants in a National Park
Spot leopards in Yala National Park
Discover untouched islands
Take time to explore the city of Kandy
Succumb to Galle’s Colonial charms
Have a close encounter with whales
Sri Lanka has a rich heritage and culture, your journey to historical destinations that showcase the gems of the island’s glorious past. On your adventures you will visit famed archaeological sites, magnificent monuments and stunning landmarks that offer an insight into what life was like back in the days of the ancient kings.
Eight sites of Sri Lanka have been inscribed in the UNESCO World Heritage, namely, The ancient city of Polonnaruwa (1982), The ancient city of Sigiriya (1982), The Golden Temple of Dambulla (1991), The old town of Galle and its fortifications (1988), The sacred city of Anuradhapura (1982), The sacred city of Kandy (1988), Sinharaja Forest Reserve (1988) and The Central Highlands of Sri Lanka (2010).
Sri Lanka is a Nature’s wonder. The little island has everything a nature lover will look for. The natural beauty of Sri Lanka can surely take your very breath away; laze upon dazzling, golden beaches and listen to the ethereal voices of the sea or embark on an adventurous Sri Lanka safari tour to spot predators on the prowl.
This paradise island is filled with simplicity and charm promising all who visit, a perfect opportunity to be at one with nature.
The train trip from Ella to Kandy in Sri Lanka, or the other way around, is considered to be one of the most beautiful train trips in the world. This train ride takes you through stunning and breathtaking views of landscapes of green and lush tea plantations, water falls and mountain views.
Renowned for the golden & white beaches of the Island Paradise, Sri Lanka has attracted millions of tourists seeking sand sun-bathing, swimming, water sports, deep sea fishing and diving.
Quaint coastal hamlets have expanded to welcome tourists staying in homely guesthouses, mainstream hotels or luxury boutique villas by the sea. Fringed by palm trees, with soft sand and azure waters, these beaches make an ideal holiday location beside the Indian Ocean.
Famous tourist hotspots, like the beaches of Negombo and to the South of Colombo, Mount Lavinia, Bentota, Galle, Unawatuna and Mirissa are the most famous destinations and in the East Trincomalee, Passikudah and Arugam Bay is on the list of the top ten surf points in the world.
Sri Lanka is known for its rich Buddhist culture and history and offers many places of religious and historic significance. The culture of Sri Lanka has always been shaped by the hands of religion. While the island has a multi-religious population, Buddhism is the main religion, which was introduced to the island in the third century BC.
Visit sites like the Sri Maha Bodhiya, Ruwanweliseya, Rumassala, Sri Dalada Maligawa Golden Temple of Dambulla.
Enjoy a never to be forgotten Sri Lanka Ramayana tour and also for those who have read the Ramayana and are with a goal to witness the places where Ramayana events actually took place, Sri Lanka is a destination you cannot miss. As the location where most of the Ramayana’s events occurred, Sri Lanka has locations scattered around the island with believable mysteries, proven proofs and magical miracles happened and keep happening to this day.
If you’re a nature lover and adventurous, Sri Lanka would be the ideal place to have all the experiences, from White water rafting in the famous Kelani river, Adventure trekking through the famous National parks, cycling and mountain biking, Rain forest trekking, Hot air ballooning to sky diving, Helicopter scenic rides, safari camping, snorkeling, scuba diving, and thrilling motor board rides this Island has a lot to offer.
Sri Lanka, has turned out to be sporting hub of South Asia, Many international sporting teams and individuals have looked into Sri Lanka as a preferred destination for infrastructure, hospitality, internationally renowned grounds and golf courses.
Sri Lanka is home to three international standard 18-hole golf courses located in Colombo, Kandy, Nuwara Eliya and Trincomalee. These courses boast some of the most picturesque backdrops full of lush greenery; they are designed to perfection, so golfers can enjoy the course as well as the natural beauty the country has to offer.
Holistic healing in Sri Lanka, wellness, Ayurveda and nature’s tranquility all go hand in hand. Consolidated within the wellness tourism are many segments and subcategories including traditional and alternative medicine, spas, spirituality, nutrition and fitness and Sri Lanka’s historical connection with Ayurveda fits well with the global demand for the wellness of mind and body.
While wellness tourism was once single dimensional and was restricted to pampering and spa vacations, wellness travel now includes many combinations of healthy experiences, eating, cooking, exercise, yoga and meditation. Also there are specially dedicated renowned centers for meditation and yoga as well.