Discover Sri Lanka

For a small island, Sri Lanka has many nicknames: Teardrop of India, Pearl of the Orient etc. This colourful collection reveals its richness and beauty, and the intensity of the affection it evokes in its visitors. Consequently this small island state contains an exotic mixture of languages, cultures and religions. Sri Lanka, is a tourist paradise with an abundance of tourist attractions like the sunny beaches, glorious ancient cities, salubrious hill country, beautiful fauna & flora, exquisite handicrafts, world renowned gems, traditional dance & drama, colourful festivals, smiling people and not forgetting the mouth watering Sri Lankan cuisine.

Areas

Colombo and the West Coast

Colombo and the West Coast

The moment you land at the Bandaranaike International Airport, you are greeted with endless coconut palms trees dotting the landscape of Colombo and the West Coast. This is a fitting welcome to this delightful island, which is blessed with over a... Read more »

The Historic Cities

The Historic Cities

Sri Lanka is not just a tropical beach paradise, it has a remarkable history and culture which we can take a glimpse into by exploring historic cities. The Cultural Triangle, located in the interior of the island has the most precious collection of... Read more »

The North West Coast

The North West Coast

The North West Coast is famous for the beach resort areas in and around Negombo, Chilaw and the resorts in the Kalpitiya peninsular. They are all situated within a couple of hours of the international airport but away from the mainstream resort areas... Read more »

The North East Coast

The North East Coast

The north east coast of Sri Lanka provides an opportunity for incredible beach holidays in relatively uncrowded and undeveloped surroundings. The area is a tropical heaven between April and October, which is when the monsoon season affects the south... Read more »

The Lower Hill Country

The Lower Hill Country

The lower hill country is home to Kandy, the last independent kingdom and cultural hub of the island. This city in the hills holds Sinhalese tradition to a high esteem and is famous for its distinct music, dance and architecture, as well as the... Read more »

The Upper Hill Country

The Upper Hill Country

With gorgeous vistas of mountain ranges, spectacular plunging waterfalls, misty rugged peaks, verdant tea estates, breathtaking plains and sloping valleys, the upper hill country of Sri Lanka is simply remarkable. The upper hill country boasts a ... Read more »

The Southern National Parks

The Southern National Parks

Sri Lanka has numerous national parks, the most famous in the Southern region being the National parks of Yala, Udawalawe, Bundala, Kumana, and the Sinharaja forest reserve. Yala is the second largest in the island and covers almost 1000 square k... Read more »

The South West Coast

The South West Coast

Sri Lanka’s South and South West Coast is the most popular coastline in the island, boasting spectacular scenic beaches that are among the finest in the world. The myriad of breathtaking beaches and resorts available here deliver everything and... Read more »

The Northern Peninsula

The Northern Peninsula

The northern peninsula of Sri Lanka is finally recovering from years of civil unrest and isolation from the rest of the island. This emerging area is now under reconstruction and rehabilitation, providing a fascinating opportunity for tourists... Read more »

The Far East Region

The Far East Region

The Far East Region focusses on the Gal Oya National park and Arugambay on the Eastern Coast. ... Read more »