Arugam Bay is situated in the east of Sri Lanka (330km from Colombo). For many years in was a small coastal village and an esoteric destination for hardcore surf enthusiast.
Colombo is the island’s beating heart, offering travelers the uncanny mix of a tropical setting, colonial architecture and the rollicking sprawl of urban development
From Tamraparni to Taprobane and from Ceylon to Sri Lanka, this stunning isle offers a rich and colorful history that is sure to leave you craving for more of Sri Lanka.
Galle is the epitome of romanticism. The Portuguese annexed Galle from its Singhalese kings and built its first fortress naming it “Santacrusz”. The 300 year old Dutch atmosphere is still very much alive in this old fortified town.
The hill country which was an immensely popular place for settlement during colonial rule, due to its high altitude and cool climate, even today provides the perfect counter point to the island’s tropical expanses.
The landscape once ravaged by conflict, toady has an almost surreal feel, a mix of untouched virgin coastline, large expanses of shrubbery and a scattering of villages.
Kandy one of the most beautiful cities of Sri Lanka, located in the misty central highlands with a rich bio-diversity. Know for its scenic beauty and rich culture and is listed as a world heritage site of UNESCO.
Scattered with hills, tropical rain forests and winding rivers and bordering the central highlands, the two regions contains a number of attractions peruse. Kitulgala is famous for white water rafting and Ratnapura for its gem industry.
The island’s North-eastern coast plays host to some of Sri Lanka’s most sought after destinations. From the white sandy beaches of Trincomalee, to the palm lined groves of Batticaloa, Pasikudah and the expanses in between
The coastal region offers everything from luxury resorts, to isolated stretches of pristine coast, construction initiated during colonial rule and a plethora of sights that are sure to delight even the well-traveled excursionist.
Host to some of the islands most accessible beach locales, Sri Lanka’s southern coast offers an inexhaustible list of things to do, places to visit and the possibility for exceptional experiences.
The region attracts devotees year round, who pay homage at the numerous temples, kovils and hallowed establishments, across the region. Many of these sites are many years old and are an essential part of the island’s history and folklore.
The west coast covers the stretch from Colombo to Hikkaduwa. The amzing beaches on this stress are the main attraction, which include Kalutara, Beruwela, Bentota, Ambalangoda, Ahungalla, Galle and Hikkaduwa.
A must visit, for all wildlife enthusiast and lovers of the great outdoors alike, the conservation reserve ofYala is home to a wealth of plant and animal life, with marshes, lakes, lagoons and beaches, adding to the regions unique allure.