Serene Sri Lanka

An island of magical proportions, famous for producing finest tea, rubber and coconut, as well as exotic spices, known for its rich Buddhist culture as well as other religions. Sri Lanka provides an array of holiday experiences from beach holidays to a marathon of wildlife watching, adrenaline pumping adventure sports and pilgrimage to some of the oldest cities in the world. It truly is a paradise island boasting seven world heritage sites, miles of golden sandy beaches, wildlife and game parks, and mountainous tea plantations.

This trail will take you through important sites like

Colombo - Sri Lanka's capital city of Colombo seamlessly combines the incredible culture and history of the island with modern tourist attractions and amenities.

Sigriya - Famous for its Sigriya Rock, Lions’ paw, and museum besides other historical buddhist Temples. For adventure lovers an opportunity to do cycling and hot air ballooning.

Dambulla - famous because it houses the Dambulla Cave Temple – the largest, best-preserved, cave-temple complex in the country. Also known as Golden Rock Temple, this World Heritage Site comprises a cave monastery.

Kandy - A scared city with spiritual significance as it houses the Temple of the Tooth Relic (a sacred tooth of the Buddha), a listed UNESCO World Heritage Site. Take a silent stroll around the Kandy Lake and visit Ceylon Tea Museum – A Paradise for Tea Lovers.

Pinnawala Elephant Orphanage – An Experience Worth Relishing as the orphanage was founded to care and protect the many orphaned unweaned wild elephants.

Nuwara Eliya - Also called as Little England for its chilly climate and colonial style bungalows, this small, picturesque town is situated at an elevation of 1,868 m in the misty hills. The town of Nuwara Eliya is mostly famous for the tea plantation. Apart from the tea plantations; Horton Plains National Park, Gregory Lake, and Sita Temple are some of the popular places to see in the town.

Yala National Park - One of the most visited and well protected National Parks in Sri Lanka, Yala is home to 44 varieties of mammal and 215 bird species. Among its more famous residents are the world’s biggest concentration of leopards, majestic elephants, sloth bears, sambars, jackals, spotted dear, peacocks, and crocodiles.

Bentota - Stretches of golden sands lined by palm trees swaying gently in the breeze, crystal clear waters, a relatively untainted, tranquil, and family-friendly atmosphere, and plenty of water sports—Bentota Beach has all the makings of a relaxing seaside getaway destination.