PROMOTING RESPONSIBLE TRAVEL TO SRI LANKA
Sri Lanka is a resplendent island with a kaleidoscope of natural attractions which could attract the most discerning visitor. The best places to visit are the golden sun kissed beaches, rolling green landscapes, the lush tropical forests with a wide variety of species and the rich heritage of a bygone era are all bundled in attractive holiday package deals. These diverse range of attractions coupled with the warmth and genuine friendliness of the hosts are the best things for every visitor to enjoy in a uniquely delightful and memorable way.
Sustainable Holiday Packages to Sri Lanka
Your tour package will depend on the time at your disposal and your interests. In this website holiday packages to Sri Lanka are descriptively featured in a very interesting and exciting manner. Once you ascertain your requirement about your holiday in Sri Lanka you may inquire from us through our contact portal and from there on, we will guide you through the process of planning and booking your holiday. Be it budget do-it-yourself tours to luxury/high end tailor made packages catering for either free individual travellers or smaller groups, we would be there to provide you an answer!
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Best places to visit in Sri Lanka
Sri Lanka is a traveler’s paradise. You name it, the island has it and in close proximity making it convenient to travel. The island has one of the highest bio-diversity in the world with over 15 national parks and protected nature reserves with a rich variety of flora and fauna; the island’s coastal belt boasts of the golden beaches that surround the whole island nation; travelling on to the salubrious hill country through breathtaking scenery and pleasant cool climates; while Sri Lanka’s ancient cities with stupendous monuments containing intricate artwork, huge man-made lakes and landscaped gardens have taken pride of place among the treasures of the ancient world, – eight of them are UNESCO’s World Heritage Sites.
Our blog seeks to keep a tab on almost all that needs to be talked about holidaying in Sri Lanka more informatively and effectively. The intention is to look, listen, observe and report on topical news, featured articles, travel insights and experiences of those who have journeyed in Sri Lanka.
A long an arduous climb to the top of a steep mountain undertaken by a flock of 90 year old grandmothers chanting devotional songs...