Here you will find entire beaches to yourself, dense jungles hiding wild elephants, and a mix of Sinhalese, Muslim, and Hindu people who are incredibly friendly and welcoming despite past hardship.
Stunning tropical sandy beaches, rural fishing villages, untouched wilderness and a vibrant cultural heritage makes the southern coastal belt an ideal holiday experience for those wishing to escape from it all.
Sri Lanka’s highland area boasts some of the best landscapes in the country. With wonderful treks and hikes, and an abundance of flora and fauna, it will surely appeal to nature lovers and fans of the great outdoors.
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This area situated in the centre of Sri Lanka region is steeped in history and includes some of Sri Lanka’s most awe inspiring sites, from temples and mountain top fortresses like Sigiriya to the ruins of ancient lost cities like Anuradhapura and Polonnaruwa.
Kandy was the last ruling place of the Sinhalese Kings and as such Kandyan culture and arts have become integral to Sri Lankan society. There are several excellent activities on offer in Kandy so it is well worth staying one or two days if you have the time.
The country’s 20 national parks are home to leopards, herds of elephants, crocodiles, sloth bears, and over 400 species of birds. The larger national parks are well set up and organized, with private jeeps and expert guides who will help you find all the hidden game.
The eclectic west coast spans from Bentota right up to Kalpitiya, inlcuding Sri Lanka’s capital city Colombo. Kalpitiya is a haven for kite surfers and beyond it, Wilpattu for leopard spotters. Negombo, 15 mins from the airport is the perfect place to relax after a long journey and start your Sri Lankan adventure.