History The spectacular citadel of Sigiriya rises sheer and impregnable out of the denuded plains of the dry zone, sitting atop a huge out crop of gneiss rock towering 200m above the surrounding countryside. The shortest-lived but the most extraordinary of all Sri Lanka’s medieval capitals Sigiriya was declared a World Heritage Site in 1982
Breathtaking Ella The town of Ella boasts of some of the most beautiful views, you could find in Sri Lanka. This small town is used as a base for plenty of trekking expeditions to the surrounding countryside. A taste of the breathtaking scenery of Ella could be had, if you climb up to the Little
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Nuwara Eliya – Little England The roof of Sri Lanka Nuwara-Eliya which is known as “Little England” aptly because of the old world charm of the city consisting mainly old Victorian-styled building and cottages reminding one of the British Colonial period when the Tea Plantations used to thrive with the English plantation managers. This is
Polonnaruwa – The Medieval Capital Ancient history and settlement. Polonnaruwa was Sri Lanka’s medieval capital between the 11th and 13th centuries. Enclosed within three concentric walls, the city contained royal palaces, bathing ponds, monasteries and sacred architecture such as dagobas and image houses. Its grandeur was largely the creation of three kings, Vijayabahu, Parakramabahu and
Hikkaduwa Ancient history and settlement. Many who visit Hikkaduwa are usually sun, sea and wave worshippers. The foreign influx began in the late sixties and before long the town began to bustle with fun-seeking visitors. The Germans were the biggest influence for a long time, and although today many signboards and menus are still in
Trincomalee Bay and harbour Trincomalee is a port city in Eastern Province, Sri Lanka and lies on the east coast of the island. The city is built on a peninsula, which divides the inner and outer harbours. Overlooking the Kottiyar Bay, Trincomalee is one of the main centers of Tamil speaking culture on the island.
Tour Packages to 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; proceeding on to the cultural sites with their rich heritage of a bygone era are all bundled in attractive holiday package deals.
Your tour packages will depend on the time at your disposal and your interests. We have listed some packages for you to book straightaway or to use them as guidelines to plan your own tour. Be it budget do-it-yourself tours to luxury/high end tailor made packages catering for either free individual travelers or smaller groups, we would be there to provide you an answer!
Sri Lanka is a hot-air balloon ride of fun and excitement. There will never be a dull moment. From the most sedate but captivating train ride across the hill country to an adrenaline pumping white-water rafting expedition, visitors are kept enthralled at a pulsating rate.
Being an island Sri Lanka is blessed with golden sandy beaches almost all around the island and this has traditionally attracted visitors to the island, to enjoy the sun, sand and surf. From basking in the sun to scuba diving Sri Lanka offers many exciting activities.
A grand array of fauna and flora can be seen in national parks and the leopard, elephant and sloth bear are a must-see during a safari at a park. Add to this - the Sri Lankan coastline is a haven for the largest mammal on earth - the blue whale.
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, - six of them are UNESCO's World Heritage Sites.
Sri Lankan cuisine is a food fiesta flavoured by an array of spices and condiments richly cooked with coconut oil. The traditional rice with the assortment of curries creates a first impression in a visitor that is so captivatingly alluring to the taste buds.
Sri Lankan people are friendly and courteous and a place to visit in Sri Lanka for most visitors become a home away from home. May it be the quest to find accommodation or a destination, someone would be there to guide you the right way.
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