The cry of a wild elephant…

We are sad that after all these centuries together, we don’t get along anymore. You constantly attack and kill over 250 of us every year, all because you want our land. We are afraid. We fight back. We are sorry that about 70 of you die every year as well. We wish it was not so, but we also have to to try and survive. We need to find a…

Ayubowan

Rest assured as here lies nothing but a traveller’s paradise……

We are seeing that many things are working in favour of Sri Lanka with regard to tourist arrivals who earlier would have sought “safer havens” in neighboring and similar countries which are now experiencing some turbulence in their countries not conducive for tourists to enjoy a peaceful and relaxing holiday away from their homes. Sri Lanka is a very far cry away from the days of anarchy and bloodshed that…

Group porpoising

The dance of the Dolphins at Kalpitiya

The famous Hollywood movie – Dolphin Tale tells about a Greek goddess who makes a rainbow to help a group of people who wanted to cross to the mainland from an island. When crossing the rainbow, the children in the group were so happy that they started to dance on top of the rainbow and most of them fell into the ocean. The goddess who felt pity for the children…

Twelve Good reasons to visit Sri Lanka

Sri Lanka being an island nation of 65,610 square kilometers, offers a visitor most of the attractions that most other countries could similarly offer within the shortest possible time span. This is the most unique feature about Sri Lanka apart from being one of the most diverse in providing attractions and having some of the most authentic features in her heritage, culture and people. What is listed out below gives…

Colors of Sri Lanka

From the time a visitor arrives in Sri Lanka until departure, he or she will be continuously met with a vivid array of colors reflecting from all elements of living and non-living items ranging from the basic form of Sri Lankan faces to the curry powders mixed in Sri Lankan cuisine. The sheer impact of all these elements emerging and disappearing in front of the visitor has a translucent effect…