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“Captivating and enigmatic, this tropical tear-drop island is bursting with diverse and often unexpected treasures”

Sri Lanka is an island nation located in the Indian Ocean known for its spectacular beaches, thousand-year-old Buddhist temples, an abundance of wildlife, and rich archaeological history. The plethora of water sports, breath-taking sunsets, sprawling tea gardens and of course, mouth-watering Sri Lankan food, are sure to make you fall in love with this gorgeous place.Rich in culture, Sri Lanka is an intriguing blend of well-preserved local traditions amalgamated with rapid urbanization.

“Sri Lanka is an island that everyone loves at some level inside themselves. A very special island that travellers, from Sinbad to Marco Polo, dreamed about. A place where the contours of the land itself forms a kind of sinewy poetry.” ~ RomeshGunesekera

When thirteenth century merchant traveller Marco Polo wrote of his visit to the island, he characterised the place as “for its size, better circumstanced than any island in the world”. Undoubtedly, he was referring to the island’s wealth of natural resources, wide-ranging landscapes and diverse ecosystems.Sri Lanka’s natural beauty has inspired a range of international blockbusters, starting with filming for David Lean’s The Bridge on the River Kwai in 1957, Steven Spielberg’s Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom in 1984 and, more recently, 1997’s The Second Jungle Book.

Spiritual Salvation

Sri Lanka is a land of spirituality end owned with many places of worships, pilgrim centres and religious monuments etc.There are about 20 meditation centres identified by Sri Lanka Tourism, situated outside Colombo, which provide opportunity for the travellers who are on an expedition to see the reality of life.

Beautiful Beaches

Sri Lanka has a coastline fringed with numerous golden beaches.One of the most essential Sri Lankan experiences is to spend some time lazing on an idyllic, tranquil beach.

Wildlife Wanderlust

Like many islands, Sri Lanka boasts a high number of endemic species, animals and plants found nowhere else on Earth. The country is also regarded as one of the world's top five hotspots for biodiversity.

World Heritage Sites

There are eight remarkable world's heritages designated by UNESCO in Sri Lanka-Sinharaja Forest Reserve and the Central Highlands are two natural landmarks and others are cultural ones

National Parks

Home to large populations of elephants, leopards, primates, sloth bears, and blue whales, Sri Lanka is one of the finest destinations in South Asia to see amazing wildlife.There are currently 26 national parks which together cover an area of 5,734 km2

Majestic Mountains

Know for its serene beauty, Sri Lanka is home for many majestic mountains. Mountains in Sri Lanka not only offers breath-taking views but is also a paradise for adventure seekers. Also, these mountains have well-maintained forest area.