The beautiful pearl shaped island of Sri Lanka is set in the blue waters of the Indian Ocean.
Few islands in the world offer the diversity that is to be found here. From ancient cities and cultural heritage to colonial memories, to rich religious festivals and the green rolling hills of the tea plantations. The varied landscapes, pristine beaches and an astonishing variety of bird and animal wildlife, together with 8 UNESCO World Heritage Sites make a stunning combination not to be missed.
This small island in the orient, with its natural beauty and unique way of life, will intoxicate its visitors with its mix of cultures, religions, races and customs.
Situated in the South East region of Sri Lanka, Yala is the second largest national park in Sri Lanka. The whole reserve covers an area of some 979 square kilometres, but only around 140 square...More >
The area now known as the Cultural Triangle is an area formed roughly by Kandy in the south, Anuradhapura in the north and Polonnoruwa in the east. This triangle contains five of Sri Lanka’s Unesco...More >
The Hill Capital of Sri Lanka nestling among the misty hills in the central region of this paradise island is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful cities in the world. Kandy was designated a World...More >
The sleepy fishing port of Tangalle which is situated on one of the largest bays on Sri Lanka and protected by the reef which encloses it, is a place to laze on the white sand beach, swim in the...More >
There are miles of golden sand beaches that stretch south east along the coast from Galle passing through Unuwatuna to Koggala and Weligama and on as far as Mirissa. It is here off one of these...More >
The long coastline which runs from the capital Colombo down to the historic city of Galle has something to offer for everyone who wishes to escape the chaotic atmosphere of the capital city. Bentota has a...More >
Negombo is a small town located North of Colombo and although useful for easy access to the International Airport it is also worth visiting. The long canal network running through the town is still in...More >
From the peaceful coastal village of Kuchchaveli with its lush jungles and mangroves teeming with wildlife the pristine beaches line the blue waters of the Indian Ocean south to the historic old...More >