Places to Visit in Sri Lanka

visit this paradise to explore a lifetime experience

pearl of the Indian Ocean

Sri Lanka often called “the pearl of the Indian Ocean” is an island and undoubtedly a tourist paradise blessed with a wealth of picturesque natural beauty, year-round sunbeams,770 miles ofsunny golden beaches,rich cultural triangles ,affluent UNESCO world heritage sites (such as Sigiriya Rock Fortress, Dambulla Cave Temple, Ancient City of Anuradhapura, , Polonnaruwa, Kandy, Sinharaja Rain Forest ,etc), Hill Country with tea plantation & waterfalls, National Parks with Elephants, Leopards where you can do Jeep Safari to see the animals .Sri Lankan Sightseeing tours will be perfect choice for your to Experience the above major tourist attractions in Sri Lanka.

Recently ranked as the Number 1 in the 31 must visited tourist destinations in the world by the ‘New York Times’, also named as a travel hot spot by ‘The Independent’ of London, and awarded as the top best tourist destination for 2019 by the Tripadvisor forum .Sri Lanka’s ability to offer incredible diversity within a short space of time with luxurious and exotic resorts across the island are among the factors which makes Srilanka to stand strongly and being popular among most tourists in the world.Srilanka has everything for everyone and therefore we combine exiting excursions to our tours such as Jeep safaris to national parks, Whales & Dolphins Watching Trips, Scenic nature train trip though the mountains & tea plantations, Elephant back rides & village tours which give customers more unique experience.

So visit this God’s own paradise to explore a lifetime experience


Colombo, the capital of Sri Lanka, has a long history as a port on ancient east-west trade routes, ruled successively by the Portuguese, Dutch and British. That heritage is reflected in its its architecture, mixing colonial buildings with high-rises and shopping malls. The imposing Colombo National Museum, dedicated to Sri Lankan history, borders sprawling Viharamahadevi Park and its giant Buddha.


Sigiriya is one of the most valuable historical monuments of Sri Lanka. Sigiriya rock plateau, formed from magma of an extinct volcano, is 200 meters higher than the surrounding jungles. According to inscriptions found in the caves which honeycomb the base of the rock fortress, Sigiriya served as a place of religious retreat as far back as the third century BC, when Buddhist monks established refuge in the locale.


Poḷonnaruwa is the main town of Polonnaruwa District in North Central Province, Sri Lanka. Kaduruwela area is the Polonnaruwa New Town and the other part of Polonnaruwa remains as the royal ancient city of the Kingdom of Polonnaruwa. Kings ruled the central plains of Sri Lanka from Polonnaruwa 800 years ago, when it was a thriving commercial and religious center.


Anuradhapura is a major city in Sri Lanka. It is the capital city of North Central Province, Sri Lanka and the capital of Anuradhapura District. Anuradhapura is one of the ancient capitals of Sri Lanka, famous for its well-preserved ruins of an ancient Sri Lankan civilization.


Poḷonnaruwa is the main town of Polonnaruwa District in North Central Province, Sri Lanka. Kaduruwela area is the Polonnaruwa New Town and the other part of Polonnaruwa remains as the royal ancient city of the Kingdom of Polonnaruwa. Kings ruled the central plains of Sri Lanka from Polonnaruwa 800 years ago, when it was a thriving commercial and religious center.


Kandy is a large city in central Sri Lanka. It's set on a plateau surrounded by mountains, which are home to tea plantations and biodiverse rainforest. The city's heart is scenic Kandy Lake (Bogambara Lake), which is popular for strolling. Kandy is famed for sacred Buddhist sites, including the Temple of the Tooth (Sri Dalada Maligawa) shrine, celebrated with the grand Esala Perahera annual procession.


Nuwara Eliya is a city in the tea country hills of central Sri Lanka. The naturally landscaped Hakgala Botanical Gardens displays roses and tree ferns, and shelters monkeys and blue magpies. Nearby Seetha Amman Temple, a colorful Hindu shrine, is decorated with religious figures. Densely forested Galway's Land National Park is a sanctuary for endemic and migratory bird species, including bulbuls and flycatchers.


Horton Plains in Sri Lanka, is the coldest and windiest location in the country. It consists of ecosystems such as montane evergreen forests, grasslands, marshy lands and aquatic ecosystem. At an altitude of 2,100 meters above sea level, Horton Plains spreads across over 3,169 hectares of the highest tableland of the island.


Ella is one of the most famous places in the tropical island Sri Lanka. It’s well-known for many reasons; but primly, the natural paradise around the location and tourist town there that becomes party central once dusk falls. Adam’s Peak in Sri Lanka is one of the tallest peaks of the country standing at 2243m. Ella Rock lies just a little further from Little Adam’s peak; and hiking to it will require a guide as well Ravana Ella as the locals call the Ravana Waterfalls can be hiked to or be traveled to in a vehicle. It’s 6km from the Ella town and just off the main road. This beautiful and dangerous waterfall is approximately 25m and has a legend surrounding it.


Yala National Park is a huge area of forest, grassland and lagoons bordering the Indian Ocean, in southeast Sri Lanka. Its home to wildlife such as leopards, elephants and crocodiles, as well as hundreds of bird species. Inland, Sithulpawwa is an ancient Buddhist monastery. Nearby caves contain centuries-old rock paintings. Southwest, Magul Maha Viharaya also has ancient Buddhist ruins.


Galle is a city on the southwest coast of Sri Lanka. It’s known for Galle Fort, the fortified old city founded by Portuguese colonists in the 16th century. Stone sea walls, expanded by the Dutch, encircle car-free streets with architecture reflecting Portuguese, Dutch and British rule. Notable buildings include the 18th-century Dutch Reformed Church. Galle Lighthouse stands on the fort’s southeast tip.


Bentota is a resort town on Sri Lanka’s southwest coast. Its long Bentota Beach stretches north, where it becomes a sandy strip known as Paradise Island, parallel to Bentota Lagoon. Coral-rich dive sites include Canoe Rock. On Bentota River, centuries-old Galapota Temple has a large Buddha statue. Southeast is Lunuganga, the estate and gardens of architect Geoffrey Bawa. Northeast is his brother Bevis's Brief Garden.


Mirissa is a beautiful little fishing village with a nice beach and two surfing points. One for advanced surfers, and one for intermediate ones. However the beach town is widely known for its racist behavior towards local people. Widespread discrimination against anyone with a dark skin is common in the hotels and restaurants on the beach and some even have public banners saying locals are not welcome. It is common for hotel and restaurant staff to remove any Sri Lankan coming with force and refusing to serve a order


The Pinnawala Elephant Orphanage is situated northwest of the town of Kegalle, halfway between the present capital Colombo and the ancient royal residence Kandy. It was established in 1975 by the Sri Lanka Wildlife Department in a 25 acre coconut property adjoining the Maha Oya River. The orphanage was originally founded in order to afford care and protection to the many orphaned Elephants found in the jungles of Sri Lanka.


The Sacred Tooth Relic (Dalada Maligawa) of the Buddha is the most venerated object of worship for Buddhists. Its present house, the Temple of the Tooth Relic (Dalada Maligawa) in Kandy, Sri Lanka is considered the foremost sacred place of worship in the Buddhist world.


Hikkaduwa coral reef is a typical shallow fringing reef with an average depth of around 5 meters (16 ft). The coral reef reduces the coastal erosion and forms a natural breakwater. The coast of the national park extends four km. Generally the coast is narrow, ranging from 5-50 m according to the climatic conditions of the year. Scuba diving is a popular recreation here.


Peradeniya Royal Botanical Garden is the groundwork for a botanical garden was formed by Alexander Moon in 1821 during British colonial period. He used the garden for coffee and cinnamon plants. The garden includes more than 4000 species of plants, Including orchids, spices, medicinal plants and palm trees.

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