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Beach Holidays

Sri Lanka is surrounded by golden sandy beaches, which includes some of the best locations s to for a Beach Holiday.The two monsoon winds which provides rain to the two corners of the country during different periods,

makes some location ideal for Beach Holidays at any given period of the year.

The north east winds make the south western coast sunny and the sea calm from November to March. The South West winds make the East Coast waters quiet with the constant sun shine. The best of the Southern beaches include Beruwala,Bentota, Unawatuna and Mirissa, while the best Eastern beaches, include, Trincomalee, Nilaweli, Passikudah & Arugam Bay

 

World Heritage & Historical Sites

Sri Lanka has a history of nearly 3000 years which is a source of great pride of this nation.
At present the island boasts of historically important ancient cities including Anuradhapura, Polonnaruwa, Sigiriya, Dambulla, Kandy and Galle

Remnants of these once glorious cities, their palaces, temples, monasteries, hospitals and theaters intricately carved and modeled out of stone lay abandoned amidst the soaring mountains.
Where one can explore a large number of man made and natural marvels, ranging from colonial strongholds ancient cities and cave monasteries. Out of the 08 UNESCO World Heritage Sites of Sri Lanka 06 sites UNESCO has named 06 sites with historical significance namely, Kandy , Sigiriya, Anuradhapura

Wildlife Safaris

Sri Lanka boasts of 14 National Parks that covers 8% of total land area of the island, which is home to
about 86 different species of mammals as well as birds and reptiles. Large herds of wild elephants form the center of attraction. Among the predatory animals, the leopard steals the limelight. Among the other predatory animals are sloth bear, jackal and mongooses. Primates such as common Languors, endemic macaque, purple faced leaf monkey and shaggy bear monkey.
Among these wild life parks, the best and most ideal parks for wildlife safaris include; Yala National Park, Minneriya National Park, Wasgamuwa National Park, Wilpattu National Park, Udawalawe National Park and Bundala National Park

Adventure Activities

Sri Lanka is a land full of opportunities for adventure activities. There are destinations which are popular among tourists as well as locals for adventurous activities such as Hiking & Trekking, Rock Climbing, Parasailing & Paragliding, Rock Climbing, Biking, Elephant Back Safari,

Boat Rides, Deep-Sea Fishing, Village Tours, Rain Forest Exploration, Caving, Fishing, Hiking & Trekking, White Water Rafting & etc

Yoga & Ayurveda Treats

 

Ayurveda is a sister science to Yoga. They both originate from the same “Veda”, the same knowledge or science. It is the science of life or longevity, which teaches about the power and the cycles of nature, as well as the elements and how our life will be happy, healthy and peaceful if we live according to these rules of nature. Ayurveda takes care of your physical and mental well-being, Yoga about the mental and spiritual one.  In Sri Lanka, there are plenty of locations where one can experience and enjoy the good results of Yoga & Ayurvedha

Nature Trails

Sri Lanka has a rich and diverse natural environment including wildlife and plant life. With a nature trail you have the opportunity to explore and learn and enjoy the scenery & biodiversity. Some of the best sites for nature trails are; Horton Plains, Singharaja Rainforest and Kitulgala

 

 

 

Rail Tours

Sri Lanka has a well spread Railway Network connecting almost all the key destinations. It is the most economical way of travelling in Sri Lanka and thus, mostly used by the locals. Out of all the rail routes, the up county rail route is the most scenic and therefore has become very popular among tourists.

Nothing compares to this scenic upcountry train ride as you can enjoy cool breeze and scenery of endless hills of tea plantations and lush forests. You can choose the ride time by deciding the boarding and alighting points, as most of the railway stations along the upcountry rail route covers tourist maps.