Nilaveli

The white sandy beaches of Nilaveli in Trincomalee are considered as one of the best beaches on the island. Peaceful, serene and breathtaking, Nilaveli Beach is in its best form from April to October.…

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Nuwara Eliya

Little England of Sri Lanka sits high atop the inner highlands blanketed with cool air and misty clouds, the perfect blend of relaxation that comes with a hot cup of tea nipped from the heart of Tea Country.…

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Panduwasnuwara

A king’s tale is what Panduwasnuwara entails. Named after King Panduwasdev who took the throne back in 504 BC, this town is home to his rules’ remains. Found on the road from Kurunegala to Chilaw, many…

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Passekudah

Passekudah, a dawning tourist centre, is a beauteous eastern coast beach that will amaze you on sight. This beach can be reached via Trincomalee, Polonnaruwa or Batticaloa, and is home to long stretches…

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Pinnawala

Make a pit stop at Pinnawala on your way to the hills and take in the sight of the only elephant orphanage on the island. Filled with pachyderms of many shapes and sizes, it is an ideal place to watch…

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Ratnapura

The island’s gem country, Ratnapura is a city full of life and energy, and a bountiful source of gems and precious stones. The city of gems can be reached via Kitulgala that is famous for certain attractions…

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Sigiriya

A towering rock fortress is a beautiful sight as you wake and walk out of your lodgings, powerful and ever reminiscent of the culture and history of the land and that is why Sigiriya is one UNESCO’s World…

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Sinharaja

Sri Lanka’s very own rain forest, Sinharaja translated to the ‘Kingdom of the Lion’. Home to many endemic species, this national park and biodiversity hotspot, was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.…

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