From the very beginning of my journey, nature and wildlife have held a special place in my heart. The tourism industry became my calling, and my path led me to the incredible world of Blue Lanka Tours. It’s here that I’ve deepened my understanding and increased my fascination with the tourism industry, which only grew stronger with time. Today, I find myself here, thrilled to offer my experiences and insights to all those who yearn to explore our remarkable motherland.

I’m also a lover of street food, especially the vibrant flavors of local cuisine. It’s the essence of a place, a taste of its heart and soul.

Some of the most amazing experiences I’ve encountered while traveling around are;
Udawalawe Safari, a place known for its warm hospitality towards our friendly elephants. The Flying Ravana Zipline in Ella offers an experience like no other, as It’s a heart-pounding adventure will leave you breathless in the best possible way. Lastly the pristine beaches of Bentota, where you get to relax and rejuvenate.

My Leading Leisure Interests

The following activities have deeply resonated with and shaped my inner self.

Flying Ravana

Flying Ravana

I have to say that this was once in a lifetime experience and I can now say I have lived! The feeling of flying through the ziplines with all the safety gears of course was something else I cannot even begin to describe that feeling. It was amazing and the adrenaline rush was next level, I might not do it anytime soon but will definitely do it again!

Kandyan dancer

Cultural Dance Show (in Kandy and Habarana)

the Cultural Dance show is really special and since it carries the history of our ancestors it hits us on a different level. I took dancing as part of my schooling years so I really love the traditional Kandyan dance shows it is refreshing to experience the history of Sri Lanka through the dance forms. It is truly special.

Turtle Hatchery

Turtle Hatchery

this is one of my favorites, I love how Sri Lanka is able to preserve the nature of the turtles, and it is amazing to see such a beauty of nature itself. There are a few places in Sri Lanka that allow the Turtles to roam freely and stay out of harm’s way. It is reassuring to know that we are helping them in preserving their species.

Insightful Tips

  • Visa Requirements: Ensure you check the visa requirements for your nationality and secure the necessary visa before you embark on your journey. Many times, e-visas can be conveniently applied for online.
  • Trekking Little Adam’s Peak: This trek may not be as sacred as its counterpart, but is equally captivating. An early morning trek to witness the sunrise promises breathtaking views.
  • Health Precautions: Ensure you’re up to date with all necessary vaccinations, including Hepatitis A, Polio, and Yellow Fever (as per your country’s requirement) for a safe and enjoyable journey.

Top Picks

Introducing you to some of my favourite accommodations.

Tea Trials

Ceylon Tea Trails

This exquisite retreat is celebrated for its professional and superb service, catering to both foreigners and locals alike. Explore Adam’s Peak with a guided trail exploration, savor Sri Lankan cuisines, indulge in luxurious baths and spa treatments, and experience the serenity of kayaking on Castlereagh Lake. Don’t miss the opportunity for a private tea tasting and, if you’re in the mood, a game of tennis. Be sure to explore their own tea estates, including the Dunkeld Tea factory.


Explore the historic Galle Fort, get a bird’s eye view of Sigiriya by helicopter, and enjoy a temple blessing by candlelight. Immerse yourself in the richness of cinnamon and tea in Sri Lanka, both of which can be found near the Koggala lake.
Chena Huts

Uga Chena Huts

Experience the wild side of luxury at Uga Chena Huts. Embark on a Secret sundowner drive surrounded by rich wildlife. Take a tour of the Yala national park, where you might be fortunate enough to spot leopards.