Pinnawala Elephant Orphanage


Pinnawala Elephant Orphanage Pinnawala Elephant Orphanage was launched to provide shelter and nourishment to abandoned, injured and maimed elephants. The ideology behind this project revolves around the care of abandoned baby elephants, who cannot survive without their mothers. The local park allows tourists to ride on, pet, and play with elephants. The animals are really […]

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Hikkaduwa Sri Lanka


Hikkaduwa Tourism Hikkaduwa finds itself nuzzled in the Galle district of South Western Sri Lanka, 2 hours away from Colombo. The beaches of Hikkaduwa have been visited since the 1970s for their vibrant nightlife and cuisine. The beaches are a surfer’s delight and have a large coral reef, the Hikkaduwa Coral Sanctuary, which is favourable for scuba

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Mannar Sri Lanka


Mannar Island Tourism The island features an area of about 130 sq. km (50 sq. miles), which is mainly covered with palm trees, white sand, vegetation, fishing boats, and wild donkeys. Mannar Island, culturally, is a very fascinating place, where the island is lined with baobab trees, which are native to the African continent and

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Kitulgala water rafting Sri Lanka


Kitulgala Tourism Nestled among forested hills, Kitulgala is a small Sri Lankan town in the western region of the country. Best known for being the most popular location in Sri Lanka for white water rafting, a visit to Kitulgala is a terrific combination of nature and thrill. It is also one of the wettest places

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Kalpitiya kite surfing Sri Lanka


Kalpitiya Tourism  Kalpitiya is a town surrounded by natural spaces and beaches. Kalpitiya covers a total area of 16.73 km²; the city has 14 islands with the main ones being Battalangunduwa, Palliyawatta, Uchchamunai, Periya Arichchalai, and Kakativu etc. Kalpitiya is one of the upcoming tourist destinations within Sri Lanka, providing activities such as kite surfing,

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Jaffna Tourism

Jaffna Tourism Jaffna is probably Sri Lanka’s most historical city located at the northern tip on the country and the city from time to time had been passed under the rule of various kingdoms, governments and the armies. Unlike the country’s southern parts which are more influenced and in a way controlled by the Buddhist

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Negombo Tourism Negombo is a quiet town on the west coast of Sri Lanka located 10 km from Bandaranaike International Airport. Deriving its name from the Negombo lagoon, the modest village is known for its white sandy beaches and turquoise-blue waters. Popular for being a beach resort town, it is also one of the important commercial

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Adam's Peak Sri Lanka

Adam’s Peak

Adam’s Peak Tourism As one of the most famous pilgrimage sites in the Indian subcontinent, Adam’s Peak is a 7,359 feet tall mountain in Sri Lanka, frequently visited by people of almost all major religions. It is widely known for Sri Pada, a foot-shaped indentation at the summit of the pyramid-like mountain. Also called the

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Anuradhapura Sri Lanka


Anuradhapura Anuradhapura, Sri Lanka’s first capital city, Even known as the Sacred City of Anuradhapura, is located in Northern Central Province, Sri Lanka. Anuradhapura is renowned for Archaeological sites, civilisation, food and attractions placed upon an iconic inheritance setting. Anuradhapura is a sacred city founded in the 4th century B.C. It has been a UNESCO World

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Yala National Park Sri Lanka

Yala National Park

Yala National Park Yala National Park is Sri Lanka’s most popular wildlife park due to the presence of many leopards. Sri Lanka is one of the few countries in the world where the population lives side-by-side with free-roaming animals. It isn’t uncommon to see elephants crossing roads or sneaking into a hotel lobby – a unique and

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