Known as the Pearl of the Indian Ocean, Sri Lanka, is full of many interesting attractions sites and surroundings for any type of traveller or tourist. Some visit as nature lovers and some are bent on historical places of importance. And some others simply wish to bask in the sun particularly in the beautiful golden beaches around the country. Still there those who have an affinity to cultural and aesthetic aspects.
There are medical tourists now who look for ayurvedic treatments and spas. When seasons in their own country do not serve good, some come to Sri Lanka, a tropical country during such times. We see also tourists mostly students from university, spend a holiday for research and theses. Then there are the business travellers on serious corporate assignments but make the most of it with tour itineraries as well.
Whatever the reason maybe, the Sri Lankan tourism industry comprising government and private sectors working hand-in-hand put their best foot forward to ensure the visitors the optimum pleasure-filled stay with competent pricing and value for money offers. Hence, the island always occupies top positions in rankings among many countries when speaking of tourism and hospitality. This hallmark trait could be seen wherever you visit.
Tourists immediately recognize Negombo as the Katunayake International airport […]
The Wilpattu national park lies on the north – […]
As a contrast to the sun soaked beaches the […]
Encasing the famous and the islands largest Minneriya Tank […]
Botanists, biologists, ornithologists and ichthyologists or scientists altogether should […]
The Island of Sri Lanka has virtually blessed with […]
Covering a triangular geographical area is the archaeologists’ demarcation […]
Being a very religious nation hosting the major ones […]
Being an Island in the Indian Ocean Sri Lanka […]
Yala National park is located in the south – […]
Travel from Colombo 123 km along the coast to […]
Jaffna, the city of Palmyra as it is identified […]
At 257km Northeast of Colombo is the Eastern Port […]
Situated within the cultural triangle is the Sigiriya Rock […]
The majority religion in Sri Lanka is Buddhism, even […]
Ceylon Tea as it has been known for centuries […]
The last bastion to be conquered by the British, […]
Caves are a common site in the interiors of […]
Artefacts, antiques and souvenirs that have historical and sentimental […]