Horton plains

Posted On : 2022-12-07

Horton Plains

Horton Plains National Park is located 63 kilometers from Hatton and in the Central Highlands of the Central Province of Sri Lanka. Even though it is a little bit off from the other tour sites, visiting the park makes the drive worthwhile. Horton Plains was designated a national park in 1988, and it was also declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2010.
Since it is largely flat land, hiking in the park is somewhat easy. The trail is about 9.5 kilometers long, and you will come across the park's two main attractions. In the middle of the trail, you will find the world's end and Baker's fall. World's End is a clifftop that stretches out far beyond the surrounding plains, and on a clear day, you can even see the shore. As a licenced travel agency for many years, we recommend that you go with a guide to ensure you don't miss any details about the park.

Hill country, tea plantation, Nuwara eliya

Posted On : 2022-12-07

Central Highlands

The most recent addition to the World Heritage Site in Sri Lanka by UNESCO is the Central Highlands, which is situated in the south-central part of the island. It is another awe-inspiring biodiversity hotspot. The Central Highlands rise to 2500 meters above sea level. The property comprises the Peak Wilderness Protected Area, Horton Plains National Park, and the Knuckles Conservation Forest. Nuwara Eliya is considered the capital city of the Central Highlands. And also, this is home to an extraordinary range of flora and fauna, with several endangered species lurking in the greenery as you explore.
Top things to explore in the Highlands
Nuwara eliya
Horton Plains National Park and the World's End
Knuckles Conservation Forest
Haggala Botanical Gardens
Devon waterfalls
St. Clair's waterfall, etc.
Piduruthlagala: The tallest mountain in Sri Lanka, Pidurutalagala (Mountain Pedro in English), is also located close to Nuwara Eliya city and is easily visible from most areas of the Central Highlands.
Horton Plains National Park and World's End: This national park was designated in 1988 as a national park in the Central Highlands. Horton Plains is located at an elevation of 2,100–2,300 m and encompasses montane grassland and cloud forest. Major attractions when trekking Horton Plains include Baker's Falls and the two spectacular panoramic view points called Big World's End and Little World's End.

 Nuwara eliya, Little England, Tea plantation

Posted On : 2022-12-07

Nuwara Eliya - The Little England

Nuwara Eliya is known as Little England because of its cool climate throughout the year and colonial-era bungalows. Nuwara Eliya is located in the center of the island, which is full of hills and tea. Tourists who visit Sri Lanka never miss this beautiful little England from their itinerary. This is because you can visit many beautiful places at the same time, even though you are not roaming in Nuwara Eliya. You can enjoy the climate by staying in only one place.
This area is suited to any kind of tourist. It means if you are a pilgrim, there are pilgrimage places to visit such as Seetha Amman temple, Sri Bhaktha Hanuman temple, Seetha gardens, Ravana falls, Ravana caves, and if you are a hiker or a freelance photographer, there are places like Pink Post Office, Sri Lanka's highest mountain Pithuruthalagala, one of the World's Heritage Horton Plains, Gregory Lake, strawberry farms, tea factories, tea plantations, etc.

Yala national park, Yala jeep safari, Leopard

Posted On : 2022-12-07

Yala National Park

Ruhunu National Park, or as we all know it, Yala National Park, is located in the south-eastern region of Sri Lanka. It spreads over two provinces: Monaragala district in Uva province and Hambantota district in Southern province. Yala is the second-largest national park in Sri Lanka. In 1990, Yala was nominated as a wild sanctuary, and again in 1938, it was nominated as a national park in Sri Lanka. Yala National Park is in the main city, Tissamaharama. There are many other places to visit in Tissamaharama, but the most famous and most visited place is Yala National Park. This Yala national park consists of five main blocks. They are naming them by different names, like Ruhunu National Park and Kumana National Park. These two are open to the public, and the other three are not. However, you need at least 3–4 hours to cover these two areas. You can especially see leopards in these two blocks.
In here, not like in the other parks, you have to take a safari jeep for the ride. The national park provides the jeeps with soft-tops, which gives them the opportunity to view the wild life. There is best timing for the jeep safaris; normally, morning safaris start around 5.30 am and will continue for 3–4 hours, and afternoon safaris start around 2.30 pm, the same as continuing for 3–4 hours. These timings are due to the habitat of the wild animals; mostly, they are going to the seen places in the early morning hours and afternoon hours for baths, eating, drinking water, etc. And also, there are full-day safaris. It means the ride will starts around 9 am and finishes afternoon 4 or 5 pm. In there, you will be provided with lunch in the forest, where safety is paramount, and some snacks in between. All the above safaris and facilities are provided by us, Tours for Sri Lanka.

Pigeon Island, Coral reefs, Trincomalee, Nila

Posted On : 2022-12-07

Pigeon Island

Pigeon Island National Park is one of the two marine national parks in Sri Lanka. Pigeon Island is situated 1 km off the coast of Nilaveli in the Eastern Province. Pigeon Island consists of two islands: a small pigeon island and a large pigeon island. The large pigeon island is surrounded by a coral reef, and the small pigeon island is surrounded by rocky islets. In 1963, Pigeon Island was designated as a sanctuary, and in 2003, it was re-designated as a national park in Sri Lanka. This pigeon island contains some of the best remaining coral reefs in Sri Lanka. This is one of the protected areas affected by the Indian Ocean tsunami in 2004. 
Most of the tourists who visit the north-east of Sri Lanka never miss this beautiful and amazing place. Especially, there are many water activities around Pigeon Island. As it is away from the seashore, the tourists will take a speed boat to the pigeon island, and then you can do scuba diving, water motor boats, etc.

Kite surfing, Kalpitiya beach, Kalpitiya boat

Posted On : 2022-12-07


Kalpitiya is a small village town, but it makes up for it with the many activities and unique nature reserves in the area. Kalpitiya is most famous for being the best place in Sri Lanka for kite surfing. It attracts enthusiasts of all levels to test the winds on an exciting lagoon expedition. Besides being a heaven for kite surfers, Kalpitiya is also known to be a popular place for snorkeling, diving, and dolphin watching excursions. Kalpitiya is made up of 14 small islands. Mainly for locals, it is the home of fishing communities, as the waters around Kalpitiya are thriving with marine life. The attractions in Kalpitiya make it one of the more unique places on the western coast of the island. Kalpitiya will never stop to amaze the adventurous traveler. 
Following are the things to amaze Kalpitiya:
Go kite surfing at flat-water lagoons.
Tour the Dutch fort. 
Diving at Sri Lanka's largest reef
Stand-up paddleboarding through the mangroves
Wildlife spotting on land and sea
Mountain biking through the countryside

Chilaw beach, Chilaw kite surfing, Sri Munnes

Posted On : 2022-12-07


Chilaw is a large town in Puttalam District of the North Western Province of Sri Lanka, and it is situated 80 kilometers north of the Sri Lankan capital, Colombo. The western side of Chilaw is covered with sandpits, facing the Indian Ocean. The majority of Chilaw residents are Tami, with large minorities of Buddhist and Muslim Sri Lankans. Mainly, Chilaw is popular with tourists for its nice coastline, and at the same time, the tourists who travel to Sri Lanka as pilgrims (especially Indian pilgrims) are really interested in Chilaw because it relates to the Rama and Ravana stories. And also, many famous Hindu temples and kovils can be seen. 
Sri Munneswaram Devasthanam: The temple complex consists of a total of five separate buildings and was dedicated to the Hindu gods.
Chilaw Silver Beach: A beautiful sandy beach where you can enjoy the sunset
Chilaw Sandpits: A sandy beach renowned as a location for bird watching by the Ceylon Bird Club.
Udappu is a Tamil fishing and shrimp farming village a few miles north of Chilaw.

Trincomalee. Pigeon Island, Koneshwaram templ

Posted On : 2022-12-07


If you are a traveler interested in finding the best beaches in Sri Lanka, you'll most likely reach the east coast. Trincomalee is known as a port city on the north-east coast of Sri Lanka, and Trincomalee (Trinco) sits on one of the world's finest natural harbors. Fort Frederick was built by the Portuguese in the 17th century. In Trincoamalee, the grand Koneswaram Temple stands on the Swami Rock cliff, a popular vantage point for blue whale watching. The holy complex of Koneshwaram temple contains ornate shrines and a massive statue of Shiva. Trincomalee's superb deep-water port has made it the target of all manner of attacks over the centuries.
The best season to visit Trincomalee is from March to June. The normal temperature during this season is 27 °C. And also, if you mostly like the daytime, this period gets early sunrises and late sunsets. And also, this period is great for watching hwales in Trincomalee. Normally, in this period, the whales roam from the south coast to the east coast. The rainfall in Trincomally is highest in October, making it the wettest month of the year.
Main attractions and things to do in Trincomalee:
Koneswaram Temple
Fort Frederick
Pathirakali Amman Temple
Uppuveli and Nilaveli Beaches
Pigeon Island National Park
Trincomalee War Cemetery
Whales watching
Scuba diving
Hoods Tower Museum
Marble beach 

Mirissa whales watching, Mirissa town, Miriss

Posted On : 2022-12-07

Mirissa - Best Of Sri Lanka

Mirissa is a small town with a picture-perfect bay beach on the south coast of Sri Lanka, which is located in the Matara District of the Southern Province. It is nearly 146 kilometers away from Colombo. It is situated 4 meters above sea level. Mirissa beach and nightlife make it a popular tourist destination, with some other water sports like beach swimming, snorkeling, sport fishing, sea kayaking, cruises around the bay, etc.
Mostly because of the weather and climate in Sri Lanka, Sri Lankans and weather reporters suggest November to March is the best period to visit Mirissa. As the winter is also in the same period, tourists can enjoy the daytime with clouds and the nighttime with cool. The average temperature during this period is 31.2°C–29.4°C.
Top places to visit and top things to do:
The Secret Beach, Mirissa
Parrot rock
Coconut Tree Hill
Whales and dolphins watching
Snorkeling, surfing, etc.
Coconut Tree Hill: Coconut Tree Hill is a famous place to visit in Sri Lanka. Travelers who visit Mirissa won't miss this place. As the sunrise in Sri Lanka occurs from the east, you can capture some beautiful scenery with the sunrise from the ocean, so we recommend visiting this place at the sunrise.
Whales and dolphins watching: this is a great opportunity to see the biggest mammals on earth, the whales, in their natural habitat. Among the various whale species, you get a chance to visit blue whales, sperm whales, and fin whales. And you can also see dolphins. This boat tour starts from the Mirissa harbor around 6.15 am, and the boat tour will continue for 4 to“ 5 hours.


Posted On : 2022-12-06


Badulla is the capital and largest city of the Badulla district of Uva Province, Sri Lanka. This is situated 5 hours 45 minutes away from the capital, Colombo, and in the lower central hills of Sri Lanka. Badulla is also a city surrounded by tea plantations, and it is overshadowed by the Namunukula range of mountains. Badulla is not much of an area where tour attractions are located, but the specialty is that Badulla is located on the way to the main attraction cities in Sri Lanka. So Badula is a city that is automatically touched by tourists on their way. Some of the attractions that we can find in Badulla are:
Muthiyangana Temple
Kataragama Devalaya
Old Welekade Market
Dunhinda Falls
Bogoda Ancient Wooden Bridge
Halpewatte Tea Factory
St. Mark's Church
Fox Hill Event
Demodara Railway Station
Dhowa Rock Temple

Unawatuna beach, Unawatuna hotels, Unawatuna

Posted On : 2022-12-06


Unawatuna is a town in southern Sri Lanka. It's known for its coral reef and its palm-lined beaches, like Unawatuna Beach. Nestled in the nearby jungle, the Japanese Peace Pagoda has a stupa with ocean views. The Sea Turtle Farm and Hatchery south of town protect endangered species. North across the bay is the city of Galle's fortified old town, founded by the Portuguese and expanded by the Dutch in the 17th century.
Things not to miss in Unawatuna:
Relax at Unawatuna Beach.
Swing at the Dalawella Beach Swing
Go surfing at Sahana Beach
Visit the dog care clinic in Unawatuna.
Visit Galle Fort.
Go snorkeling at Jungle Beach
Visit the Turtle Rescue Sanctuary.

Hikkaduwa, Hikkaduwa beach, Diving, Snorkelin

Posted On : 2022-12-06


Hikkaduwa is a seaside resort town in southwestern Sri Lanka. It's known for its strong surf and beaches, including palm-dotted Hikkaduwa Beach, lined with restaurants and bars. The shallow waters opposite Hikkaduwa Beach shelter the Hikkaduwa National Park, which is a coral sanctuary and home to marine turtles and exotic fish. Inland, Gangarama Maha Vihara is a Buddhist temple decorated with hand-painted murals.
Attractions in Hikkaduwa:
Swim with sea turtles.
Watch Baby Turtles Hatch (and run for the ocean).
Go to the Tsunami Museum.
Visit the Big Buddha (Tsunami Honganji Viharaya).
Visit the Buddist Temple and Monastery (Sri Pushparama Temple).
Go to the Turtle Hatchery.
Visit a tea shop.
Go on a Catamaran Snorkel Tour.
Learn to surf.

Bentota beach,Bentota Madhu river, Boat safar

Posted On : 2022-12-06


One of the most popular beaches in Sri Lanka is Bentota. Most tourists visit this place for a relaxing tour or beach lovers. Bentota is just 45 minutes away from the capital, Colombo, in Sri Lanka. And also, Bentota has always been renowned as the water sports capital of Sri Lanka. There are many water sports you can do in this area, and especially the hoteliers in this area are actively promoting water sports such as speed boat and jet ski riding, wind surfing, boogie boarding, water skiing, and kite surfing, as well as a leisurely ride on a banana boat for the family and kids. 
Here is a look at how you can spend your days in Bentota and have an unforgettable vacation.
Explore Bentota Beach
Go on a Cycling Day Tour
Embark on a Trekking Excursion
Experience the Nightlife
Go to a Beach Party
Taste the fresh catch from the sea.
Explore the Crystal Clear Waters
Madhu River boat safari
Madhu River Boat Safari: It is one of the most attractive safaris in Sri Lanka, with a low cost. Madu Ganga is a minor watercourse that originates near Uragasmanhandiya in the Galle District of Sri Lanka before widening into the Madu Ganga Lake at Balapitiya. The river then flows for a further 4.4 km before draining into the Indian Ocean. It is located 88 km south of Colombo and 30 minutes™ drive from Bentota. 

Pinnawala, Pinnawala Zoo, Pinnawala elephant

Posted On : 2022-12-06

Pinnawala Elephant Orphanage

The Pinnawala Elephant Orphanage is situated northwest of the town of Kegalle and 93.4 km from the capital, Colombo, in Sri Lanka. It was established in 1975 by the Sri Lanka Wildlife Department. It has a 25-acre coconut property adjoining the Maha Oya River. The orphanage was originally founded in order to afford care and protection to the many orphaned elephants found in the jungles of Sri Lanka, and in 1978, the orphanage was taken over by the National Zoological Gardens from the Department of Wildlife. In 1982, a captive breeding program was launched, and since then, over 20 elephants have been bred here. The ultimate aim of the orphanage is to simulate a natural habitat for these elephants. The number of elephants living in the Sri Lankan wilderness exceeds 3000. 
However, the Pinnawala elephant orphanage is open to the public to see and enjoy the day-to-day lifestyle of elephants and to get love from the people. Elephants are taken to the river twice a day for a bath, and all the babies less than three years of age are still bottle-fed by the mahouts and volunteers. You cannot visit the Pinnawala Elephant Orphanage at any time. There is a time schedule for visiting, feeding elephants, river bathing, etc. Selected visitors have a chance to bottle-feed milk to the baby elephants.
08.30 hours, open to visitors
09.15 hours of bottle feeding
10.00 hours Herd leaving for the river
12.00 hours Return from the river
13.15 hours of bottle-feeding
14.00 hours: Herd leaving for the river
16.00 hours Return from the river
17.00 hours of bottle-feeding
17.30 hours Ticket counters close.
18.00 hours Close to public

Wilpattu national park, Wilpattu jeep safari,

Posted On : 2022-12-06

Wilpattu National Park

Wilpattu is located 180 kilometers north of the capital of Sri Lanka, Colombo, with native wild life within their habitats. And also, Wilpattuu is situated in the northwest of Sri Lanka, which is close to a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Sacred City of Anuradhapura. Wilapattu is the oldest and largest national park in Sri Lanka. In 1905, Wilpattu was declared a sanctuary, and in February 1938, it was upgraded to a national park. Willpattu National Park is managed by the Department of Wildlife Conservation (DWC) in Sri Lanka, and it covers an area of 131,800 hectares.
Wilpattua National Park is one of the most recommended tourist destinations in Sri Lanka. The name of Wilpattu originates from Land of Lakes, meaning that it has some 40 seasonal or permanent lakes, known as Villu, rimmed by sand dunes or sandy plains.
As I mentioned earlier, Wilpattu is one of the main tourist destinations. You will be able to witness leopards, elephants, bears, deer, crocodiles, reptiles, and many other birds. And also, there are conditions when you are going on a safari for the safety of the tourists. Do not feed animals or take any material from the park. Observe strict silence at wildlife sightings during your wildlife safari; do not leave your vehicle, lean out of the window, or climb on the roof; only leave your vehicle in designated locations, such as Kumbuk Vila and Kudiramale; leave your footprints only; do not throw rubbish out of your vehicle; please take all the garbage back with you. Smoking inside the park is strictly prohibited; only 4 x 4 vehicles are allowed inside the park, and they have to maintain a maximum speed limit of 25 km/h. Slow driving enables you to observe small animals such as birds, reptiles, and mammals. Please ensure that your driver does not obstruct other vehicles or interfere with animal movement.

Udawalawe, Udawalawe national park, Udawalawe

Posted On : 2022-12-06

Udawalawe National Park

Udawalawe is located 180 km from Colombo in the south-central sector and situated just south of the Central Highlands of Sri Lanka. Udawalawe National Park is the sixth-largest animal sanctuary in Sri Lanka. Udawalawe National Park lies around the Udwalawe reservoir, which provides water for agriculture and hydropower generation and spreads over an area of 30,821. So in 1972, Udawalawe National Park was established with the objective of protecting the catchment area of Udawalawe reservoir. 
Udawalawe is a dry monsoon forest with an annual rainfall of about 1520 mm, so mostly Udawalawe National Park is known as a whole-year open national park. Udawalawe National Park is home to herds of elephants, water buffalo, wild boar, spotted deer, sambur deer, jackal, samber, black-naped hare, mongooses, bandicoots, foxes, the endemic Toque Macaque, and Gray Langers. Sighting a leopard and other smaller cats like the fishing cat and the jungle cat would be a bonus.
Udawalawe National Park Jeep Safari: According to the details I mentioned above, Udawalawe National Park Jeep Safari is one of the most popular activities among tourists who visit Sri Lanka. There are two main time periods to go on a jeep safari, but travelers can also customize at their own leisure. As a well-experienced tour company in Sri Lanka, we recommend that our guests travel on an early morning jeep safari from 5.30 a.m. to 9.00 a.m. and on an afternoon jeep safari from 2.30 p.m. to 6 p.m. Because it would be a valuable opportunity to observe unique and amazing wild animals in their natural habitats. 

Negombo, Negombo beach, Negombo boat ride, Ne

Posted On : 2022-12-06


Negombo is the second-largest commercial city in the western province, after Sri Lanka's capital, Colombo. Negombo is close to Bandaranaike International Airport, about 15 minutes drive. Negombo is a major tourist destination that is located at the lagoon's mouth and has a large and thriving fishing industry. Negombo is not only attracted by tourists; locals also visit Negombo for beach leisure. On most weekends, you can find Negombo a busy paradise. The beach here in Negombo is quiet, peaceful, and enjoyable. You should not miss the most exciting and beautiful part of Negombo. It's the nightlife of Negombo. The nightlife of Negombo is really beautiful and a little bit busy with various foods like fresh sea foods, various meats, and some more delicious Sri Lankan and foreign flavors.
Negombo is a city where any kind of tourist can stay and enjoy themselves. That means if you are a person looking for a luxury period, a budgetary stay with luxurious food, a person looking for unique things, etc., of all kinds, this is the suitable place. Not only that, there are beautiful sights to see and do.
Following are the things you can see and do in Negombo:
Negombo Fish Market (Fishing Village)
Boat Ride Dutch Canal 
Festivals and events in Negombo
Fisherman's Festival
Hit the beach.
Cruise down the Hamilton Canal
Bird watch in Muthurajawela
Explore the old Dutch fort.
Tour Negombo city by tuk-tuk
Taste delicious Sri Lankan cuisine.

Colombo, Colombo city, Galle face beach, Capi

Posted On : 2022-12-02

Colombo - Capital of Sri Lanka

The first thing that comes to mind when thinking of Sri Lanka is Colombo. Colombo is the largest commercial and financial city in Sri Lanka. At the same time, Colombo is the capital of Sri Lanka. Earlier, it was named Sri Jayawardanapura Kotte. As Sri Lanka is on a strategic route in the Indian Ocean, Colombo hosts one of the busiest ports in South Asia. 
There are no huge historical things to visit, but as the capital of Sri Lanka, it is the most visited place in Sri Lanka by every tourist. But mostly, it will take like two days to cover up visiting the whole city. And also, most of the time, you can visit most of the places free of charge.
Following are the main attractions and places to visit in Colombo:
Galle Face Green
Lotus Tower
National Museum of Colombo
Sri Lanka Planetarium
Viharamahadevi Park
National Zoological Gardens of Sri Lanka
Nelum Pokuna Mahinda Rajapaksa Theatre
Mount Lavinia Beach
National Museum of Natural History
Gangaramaya Temple
Excel World Entertainment Park
Colombo Dutch Museum
Pettah Floating Market
Red Mosque
Bere Lake

Arugam bay, Arugam bay town, surfing, lagoon

Posted On : 2022-12-02

Arugam Bay

Arugam Bay village itself is not very talkative among locals because it is just a single main road running parallel to the beach, dotted with guest houses, cafes, and shops, including Arugam Bay's trademark. But actually, Arugam Bay is a hidden gem located on the east coast of Sri Lanka. Because it's located 6 hours, 45 minutes (387.5 km) away from the capital of Sri Lanka and other tourist attractions. At present, it has been popular due to its own enjoyably eccentric charm. However, it has managed to retain its small-town charm while gaining popularity among travelers looking to explore some offbeat destinations in Sri Lanka. Especially Arugam Bay is known to be a surfers paradise because it is the best beach in Sri Lanka for surfing. As Sri Lanka is a tropical country, the weather throughout the year is almost alike. The most pleasant season to visit Arugam Bay is during the months of May to September, when the monsoons have descended.
The closest mini-airport to Arugam Bay, Sri Lanka, is Batticalo Airport. Some tourists travel through the sea to such offbeat destinations in Sri Lanka. 
Places to visit and things to do in Arugam Bay:
Visit Elephant Rock.
Go surfing
Take a lagoon safari.
Unwind at Pottuvil Beach 
Go surfing: The most popular tourist activity in Arugam Bay is surfing. You should not leave without trying, even if you haven't surfed before. There are trainers who will guide you, and the waves are pleasant enough for all types of surfers. Tourists who love surfing visit Sri Lanka for this purpose only. They are coming to Sri Lanka with their own surfing boards and participating in the surfing tournaments in Sri Lanka. 

Jaffna, Jaffna Fort, Jaffna kovils, Hindu tem

Posted On : 2022-11-18


Jaffna is located on the northern tip of Sri Lanka. It opened to tourism in 2009. Jaffna is situated around 400 kilometres away from the capital of Sri Lanka, Colombo, and it will take 7 hours and 45 minutes to reach Jaffna town from Colombo. This city is known as Little India in Sri Lanka because the city has a lot of influence from India; as we can see on the streets, their food and language are different from those in Central or South Sri Lanka. Most of the people in Jaffna are Tamil, and their religion is Hindu. But at present, they are throughout the country, so Sri Lanka's second main language is considered Tamil. Jaffna is mainly full of religious surroundings, so there are many Hindu temples, kovils, and Hindu god statues, just as in India. And Jaffna is highly connected with God, Rama, and Ravana. Mainly Indian tourists are visiting this place because it is considered a part of their country. It is a good off-beaten-path visit for 2 to 3 days, but remember you need some extra time. In ancient times, it was said that there was a bridge from Jaffna to Point Pedro to reach south India. Even geographically, it says true. 
The most famous sites to visit in Jaffna are:
Nallur Kandaswamy Hindu Temple
Keerimalai Pond (a natural swimming pool)
Public Library and Clock Tower
Delft Island
Nagadeepa kovil
Jaffna Fort
Keerimalai Hot Springs
Nallur Kandaswamy: It is a huge Hindu temple with golden arches and an ornate gourami tower. The star-shaped Jaffna Fort was built by the Portuguese in the 17th century and later occupied by the Dutch and British. The Jaffna Public Library is a symbol of the city's post-war regeneration. 

Ella rock, Nine Arches Bridge, Ella train rid

Posted On : 2022-11-17

Ella - Secret Diamond in Sri Lanka

Ella is everyone's favourite hill country that has all the best parts of Sri Lanka rolled into one. Geographically, Ella is a small town in Badulla District of Uva Province, Sri Lanka. It is located at an elevation of 1,040 metres above sea level and approximately 200 kilometres east of Colombo. In recent years, Ella's popularity has increased, and the town's attractiveness has increased. Ella is filled with beautiful jungle mountains, rolling tea plantations, and epic waterfalls. And most importantly, when selecting hotels, Ella takes a special place in Sri Lanka. This is because the hotels have been constructed with nature and in nature, like in hills. 
Mostly tourists are reaching Ella by train, which has the best scenic ride in Sri Lanka. Tourists take the train from Nuwara Eliya Railway Station or Kandy Railway Station to Ella. The journey will take 4-5 hours by train. All the tourists who enjoyed this ride are highly recommended. You can even find the reviews on TripAdvisor. There are other attractions you can enjoy in Ella without any cost, such as:
Little Adam's Peak trekking
Nine Arches Bridge
Ella Rock is climbing
Ravana water falls 
Demodara Loop
Porawagala (Axe Rock)
Kithal Ella falls, etc.

Mineriya national park, Minneriya jeep safari

Posted On : 2022-11-17

Minneriya National Park

Minneriya National Park is a wild sanctuary located in the north-central province of Sri Lanka. Minneriya Forest was originally declared a wildlife sanctuary in 1938, and Minneriya Wildlife Sanctuary was designated a national park in 1997. In the other national parks in Sri Lanka, you can find a large number of Sri Lankan elephants gathering around grass fields. You can find large gatherings during the dry season to drink water from inside bodies of water. Normally, we recommend that you visit Minneriya National Park from May to October. That period is the normal sunny season in Sri Lanka. In rainy seasons, they won't come outside from the forest and cannot see during that period. There is an elephant corridor in between Minneriya National Park, Kaudulla Park, and Wasgamuwa Park, so elephants roam among these three national parks from time to time. Other than elephants, there are two endemic monkeys in Sri Lanka, large herbivorous mammals such as the Sri Lankan samba deer and Sri Lankan axis deer, rare and endangered species such as the Sri Lankan leopard and Sri Lankan sloth bear, the grey slender Loris, and many kinds of birds.
Minneriya National Park Jeep Safari: According to the details I mentioned above, Minneriya National Park Jeep Safari is one of the most popular activities among tourists who visit Sri Lanka. There are two main time periods to go on a jeep safari, but travellers can also customise at their wn leisure. As a well-experienced tour company in Sri Lanka, we recommend that our guests travel on an early morning jeep safari from 5.30 a.m. to 9.00 a.m. and on an afternoon jeep safari from 2.30 p.m. to 6 p.m. Because it would be a valuable opportunity to observe unique and amazing wild animals in their natural habitats. 

White water rafting, Kithulgala rafting, boat

Posted On : 2022-11-14

Kithulagal - White Water Rafting

Kithulgala is also a popular destination for outbound training programmes and for locals in Sri Lanka. Because this is an area of rolling hills, tropical rain forests, and winding rivers, it is snug in the wet zone with two monsoons each year. Kithulgala is a small village located in the Western Province. Mainly, Kithulgala is known as the capital of adventure sports like whitewater rafting, jungle trekking, bird watching, and cave exploration. Kithulgala is more suitable and is mostly visited by travellers looking for an action-packed holiday.
White water rafting: As mentioned above, when calling Kithulgala, the first thing that comes to mind is white water rafting. Presently, it has become synonymous with the word white water  rafting." Kithulgala lies on the Kelani River, which has been covered extensively in Sri Lanka. The Kelani River offers enough spills for experienced paddlers and novices alike. And also, the Kelani River is swishing down through jungle, tea, and rubber plantations. There is a small primaeval forest just off the river, and it's home to about 54 rare species of birds. 

Polonnaruwa World Heritage site, Polonnaruwa

Posted On : 2022-11-12

Polonnaruwa - Historical Old City

Polonnaruwa City is one of the world heritage sites of UNESCO in Sri Lanka. Also, it is one of the greatest historical and archaeological sites in Sri anka. The ancient city of Polonnaruwa was a bustling religious and commercial trade hub during the golden era of King Parakramabahu I. During his reign, there were a lot of colossal buildings, spectacular parks, huge reservoirs, and tanks. You will be able to explore the remains of all these marvellous constructions, like temples, buildings, stupas, and monuments, at present times.
Top things to see in Polonnaruwa 
Royal Palace
Audience hall
Ancient swimming pool
Buddha figures at Vihara
Buddha statue at Lankathilaka
Rankoth Viharaya
Shiva devala
The scared quadrangle, etc.
Royal Palace: The King`s Royal Palace is a massive structure, measuring 31 m by 13 m, once including 50 rooms supported by 30 columns, as the archaeologists claim it was. Even today, it is quite an impressive building, such a big palace in those days without machines.
Buddha figures at Vihara: Gal Vihara is a group of four beautiful Buddhas in perfect condition, cut from one long slab of granite. Standing Buddha, reclining Buddha, sitting Buddha's 

Sinharaja rain forest, Sinharaja forest reser

Posted On : 2022-11-12

Sinharaja Forest Reserve

Sinharaja Rain Forest is the island's most beloved and leading eco-tourism destination and a biodiversity hotspot in Sri Lanka. And it is also listed as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. More than 60% of the trees are endemic, and many of them are considered rare. Mostly,  there are huge towering trees that reach heights of at least 50 meters. And also, the reserve is home to over 50% of Sri Lanka's endemic species of mammals and butterflies, as well as many kinds of insects, lumbering elephants, wary leopards,  fishing cat reptiles, and rare amphibians.

The total area of the Sinharaja Rain Forest Reserve is 18,900 acres, or 7,648 hectares. You can reach Sinharaja Forest Reserve from the northern and western parts of the country via Ratnapura, Kiriella, Kalawana, and Weddala. And also from Deniya, you can enter Sinharaja Forest Reserve, which is in the south of the country. And when you are coming from Hambantota or Udawalawe, you can enter Sinharaja from the Rakwana side.

Kandy Peharahara, Kandy temple, Kandy forest

Posted On : 2022-11-11

Kandy - Historical place

Kandy is the country's second-largest city, located in the midst of a hilly country. Kandy is popular for its cultural significance and sacred sites. The city of Kandy is also appreciated for its scenic wonders, striking sunsets, and refreshing climate. There are several religious sites that make it a must-visit for many Buddhists. One such location is the world-renowned pilgrimage site, the Temple of the Tooth Relic. Especially that cannot be missed, the Esala Perahera. It is a celebration of lights, dance, and culture. As well as a visit to the Peradeniya Botanical Gardens, a colourful myriad of lovingly maintained flowers and trees. And for your refreshment, you don't miss the opportunity to watch and enjoy evening cultural and traditional dances at Kandy. 
The most scenic places to visit and do in Kandy
Temple of Tooth Relic Kandy
Udawattakele Forest Reserve
Bahirawakanda Vihara Statue
Kandy Lake
Cultural dancing shows
Ceylon tea factory
Wood carving industry
Temple of the Tooth Relic: This temple is one of the top and main tourist places in Kandy. It is located right next to Kandy. Dalada Maigawa, or Temple of the Toot Relic, is one of the most spiritual places to visit, and it is also a World Heritage Site named by UNESCO.

Galle Dutch fort, Galle blog, Galle beach, Ga

Posted On : 2022-11-11

Galle - UNESCO World Heritage

Galle is a city on the southwest coast of Sri Lanka that is known for Galle Fort. It is located 146 kilometres away from the capital of Sri Lanka, Colombo. At the same time, it is the capital of the southern province. This is a fortified old city founded by Portuguese colonists in the 16th century. Notable buildings include the 18th-century Dutch Reformed Church. Galle Lighthouse stands on the fort's southeast tip. You can find the picturesque streets of Galle lined with plenty of Dutch monuments. And also, some of the island's most famous beaches are not too far from this beautiful city. This is one of the most popular destinations among tourists in Sri Lanka.
Top things to see and do in Galle
Galle Dutch fort
Flag Rock
Galle lighthouse
Dutch hospital
Dutch library
Japanese peace pagoda
Galle International Stadium, etc.
Galle Dutch fort: Galle Dutch fort is a UNESCO World Heritage Site that reverberates through every traveller's photos and captions. In old times, it was used as a trading port for spices and other goods for over 200 years. Today, the fort has been transformed into a place of history filled with romance and beauty. It is a place where travellers are warmly welcomed to dive headfirst into the exotic stories and be a part of this heritage site.

Sigiriya rock, Sigiriya village, Sigiriya blo

Posted On : 2022-11-11

Sigiriya - Lions Rock

Sigiriya is one of the most visited places in Sri Lanka due to the famous Sigiriya rock, one of the UNESCO heritage sites in Sri Lanka. At the same time, there are a lot more things to do in Sigiriya than first meets the eye. Sigiriya is the first destination mostly visited by travelers on their trips to Sri Lanka, and it remains one of the favorite places to stay in Sri Lanka. We don't want you to miss out on some of the best experiences Sri Lanka has to offer, so the following are the things that you have to do in Sigiriya. 
Places to visit and things to do:
Sigiriya Rock Fortress
Pidurangala Rock
Hire a bike and explore the rice terraces.
Take a Hot Air Balloon Ride
Discover More At The Sigiriya Museum
Explore Kaludiya Pokuna
Village tour
Bullock cart ride
Sigiriya Rock fortress: It is a site of huge historical and archaeological importance, built on and around a massive column of rock that is nearly 200 metres high. At the top of the rock, there are the ruins of an ancient palace. Mostly, we recommend the sun rise time or sun set time to climb Sigiriya Rock.
Village tour: one of the most famous activities among travellers who visit Sigiriya. How do travellers miss that when it gives you the organic, fresh vibe of a rural village? It includes a bullock cart ride as the first part, then a banana boat ride, and a nice vibe in a farmer's house.

Dambulla cave temple, Dambulla rock, Dambulla

Posted On : 2022-11-11

Dambulla - World Heritage

Dambulla is a large commercial town situated in the north of Matale District, in the Central Province of Sri Lanka. And also, Dambulla is the second-largest populated and urbanised centre after Matale in the Matale District. It is situated 148 km north-east of Colombo. The most famous attractions in Dambulla are the ancient rock cave temples. The Golden Rock Cave Temples are also one of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Dambulla City is a famous tourist destination with a lot of splendorous sites, such as
 The cave temples 
 Ironwood Forest
 Rose Quartz Mountain 
 Megalithic cemetery together with    comfortable hotel facilities.
Most famous Dambulla golden rock temple and cave temple: As mentioned earlier, Rock Temple and the Cave Temple are the most famous sites in Dambulla. Both the temple and cave are located in the same place, so that is why they are both called the same name. There are more than 80 documentary caves around this area; of all those, only five are most attractive and contain statues and paintings.

Anuradhapura city, Anuradhapura ancient city,

Posted On : 2022-11-10

Anuradhapura - World Heritage site

Anuradhapura Visit one of the main UNESCO World Heritage Site in Sri Lanka, Anuradhapura. It has been created by Price Pandukabhaya and also which is the oldest capital in Sri Lanka. Anuradhapura is located 205 km away from the current capital city of Sri Lanka, Colombo. The city is standing on the banks of the historic Malvathu Oya.  Anuradhapura also marks the second point of the island must-visit Cultural Triangle. Besides, the city is rich in archaeological and architectural wonders with elevated brick towers, ancient pools, mammoth dagobas, and crumbling temples.

 Top things to see in Anuradhapura

 Sri Maha Bodhiya
 Ruwanweli Stup

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Abhayagiri Stupa
Twin Ponds
Elephant Pond
Aukana Buddha Statue
Samadhi Buddha Statue
Jetavanarama Stupa
Sri Maha Bhodiya: This is one of the greatest attractions of Anuradhapura. This tree was first planted in 249 B.C. This world-famous tree is believed to be the most ancient surviving historical tree in the entire universe.

Ruwanwelisaya: The Ruwanwelisaya is an eye-catching attraction that has immense architectural value. The king Dutugemunu was famous for his grand victory over the Chola King, Elara. Standing at 300 feet (91m), this monument is one of the tallest monuments in the world. Also, it has a circumference of 950 ft (290m).

Mihinthale: Considered to be the birthplace of Buddhism in Sri Lanka. It is a sacred pilgrimage site home to majestic monuments including an ancient stupa.