A Complete Travel Guide to Ella, Sri Lanka; including Ten Activities You Shouldn’t Miss!

Introduction Surrounded by endless greenery and many waterfalls, Ella is an ideal place for relaxation, so be sure to include a few days here when planning your Sri Lanka holiday itinerary. Compared to other parts of Sri Lanka, the temperature here is pleasant and fresh as the city is located about 1000 meters above sea

All about the must-visit Tea Empire in Nuwara Eliya

Introduction Tea cultivation was Sri Lanka’s main driving factor for economic prosperity during the British era. Till date, the industry holds a vast share of the commercial exports that Sri Lanka gives to the world. Accounting for a quarter of the island’s earnings, the tea industry once survived a disastrous nationalization and was re-privatized again.

Highlights of Kitulgala – a must-include in your Sri Lanka itinerary

Introduction Kitulgala, Sri Lanka, offers a beautiful river setting, low country tea estates, and jungle-like hills, making it an ideal destination for adventure lovers and environment enthusiasts. It is also the hub for exciting water sports activities such as white-water rafting, abseiling, canyoning and exploring waterfalls. Located about 83kms from Bandaranaike International Airport and 100

7 of the best infinity pools in Sri Lanka

Tri Koggala Amongst the many hotels focusing on wellness and sustainable holidays, Tri Hotel Koggala is located along Sri Lanka’s finest lake, showcasing an inspiring jungle-like environment. The resort has a gorgeous lake-edge infinity swimming pool that offers panoramic views in hues of green and blue, which are a pleasant sight indeed. This gem of

Create your philanthropic journey across Sri Lanka

Why choose Sri Lanka for your philanthropic journey? Philanthropic journeys, also known as sustainable or conscious travel, means being able to give back to your chosen holiday destination. By choosing Sri Lanka for your philanthropic journey, you will be contributing towards a much-needed positive change in the country. Being a third-world developing country, Sri Lanka

Worth a visit: Nelligala Buddhist Temple

Introduction Nelligala Buddhist Temple adds to the many other historic and cultural attractions that Sri Lanka offers on the top of a mountain! The feeling of being at the top is invaluable – a feeling that can heal our minds as we escape from the busy and stressful lifestyle that revolves around us on a

Exciting Sri Lanka Honeymoon Ideas for Adventurous Couples

Introduction Sri Lanka, a drop-shaped island in the Indian Ocean, is blessed with a variety of romantic destinations – from beaches to national parks, scenic train rides, historic sites, lush tea plantations and serene hills. After the stress of the wedding festivities, a honeymoon in Sri Lanka is the ideal way for couples to embark

Nil Diya Pokuna

Introduction Nil Diya Pokuna is an exciting cave adventure for those looking for a thrill-seeking experience. According to legend, King Rawana brought Sita from India and kept her at Nil Diya Pokuna as he believed it was a very comfortable and safe place. Today, the site is an interesting historical ruin of the underground palace

Gal Oya National Park

Gal Oya National Park is the only place in Sri Lanka wildlife that offers a boat safari experience. Set amidst 25,000 hectares of untouched evergreen forests and open savannahs, you are likely to encounter big beasts such as leopards, wild boards, water buffalo and smaller species such as Langur, sloths, toque macaque monkeys and more.

Kumana National Park

Introduction Sri Lanka has a huge southeastern nature preserve, comprising of vast areas of wilderness and many individual national parks that together form a region known as Yala. Kumana National Park is the eastern portion of this protected area and is as beautiful and diverse as its surrounding national parks. If you are looking for

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