Blog article / 2019-12-13

Twin destination holiday

Sri Lanka and Maldives Discover the two idyllic beach locations starting with the stunning golden beaches of Sri Lanka along with its wildlife and 2000 plus years of cultural heritage and then moving on to the breathtaking islands of the Maldives.

Blog article / 2019-12-05

The crossing at Gal Oya National Park

Famously referred to as "the Elephant Crossing" this spectacle is a key highlight in the eastern coast of Sri Lanka. The elephant crossing at Gal Oya takes place from March to July when herds of Elephants swim across the largest reservoir in the island -the Senanayake Samudraya.

Blog article / 2019-12-04

The spectacular of Pidurangala Rock

Located north of Sigiriya, the Pidurangala rock is truly one of Sri Lanka's most noteworthy and gorgeous wonders and is perfect for the traveler seeking rich chronicles with a great adventure!

Blog article / 2019-11-26

Diyaluma Falls

Titled as the second-highest waterfall in Sri Lanka with a staggering height of 720 feet (220 meters), Diyaluma falls is undoubtedly one of the most majestic waterfalls this little island is proud to possess!

Blog article / 2019-11-04

Wellness Retreats in Sri Lanka

Those that like to combine travel with self- care and self-improvements, the Ayurveda retreats and spiritual centers make it a perfect place to visit. If you’re considering a wellness getaway, Sri Lanka could well be the destination for you as it is becoming the hottest travel destination.

Blog article / 2019-10-25

Boutique hotels in East Coast

If you are looking for the best beach of your life, the East coast is the ideal location with its wide stretch of white sandy shores, hidden bays, and a coastline of killer surf and as it culturally fascinates you with a mix of ocean oriented Muslim communities, astonishing Hindu temples, crumbling colonial forts, dazzling markets and much more.

Blog article / 2019-10-25

Best time to visit Sri Lanka

Sri Lanka being a year round destination, there’s a great deal of confusion as and when to visit due to the island being affected by two separate monsoon periods. On the good side, the weather is usually good somewhere on the island at most times of the year in a way where one can enjoy an exclusive holiday with plenty of warm sunshine.

Blog article / 2019-10-16

Boutique hotels in South Coast

This is the island in a microcosm with its golden beaches, colonial townscapes, stilt fisherman, wildlife parks and Buddhist shrines and temples in abundance and also the island’s most alluring selection of places to stay from luxurious beach hotels to atmospheric colonial era villas to boutique hotels.

Blog article / 2019-09-24

Geoffrey Bawa creations

Drawing ideas from the ancient kingdoms of Anuradhapura and Polonnaruwa as well as the colonial influences of the Portuguese and Dutch periods, Bawa had a deep understanding and appreciation of the country’s cultural heritage.

Blog article / 2019-09-24

Boutique hotels in the Hill Country

The hill country of Sri Lanka is the most scenic, mist wrapped land of emerald peaks and tremendous views, of hillsides carpeted with tea plantations and graced by bewildering cascades.

Blog article / 2019-09-05

Boutique hotels in Colombo

Colombo, Sri Lanka’s bustling commercial hub is a town that has lived for over 2000 years and is now a trendy megalopolis dotted with many colonial era buildings amongst the skyscrapers and shopping malls. It features many exclusive boutique hotels for budget travellers to high end clients.

Blog article / 2019-09-02

Scenic Train rides in Sri Lanka

The train rides in Sri Lanka are the most scenic and unforgettable leaving you breathless and wanting more. It is one of the reasons as to why the country is famous and known as one of the main tourist destinations. It takes you through the hill country covered in beautiful tea plantations, beaches, foggy tea estates, waterfalls, steep mountains and old pine forests.

Blog article / 2019-09-18

Ship wrecks & diving spots in Sri Lanka

The old ship wreck sites in Sri Lanka which surrounds the coastline are must-see places if you ever happen to visit the island as its marine life is great in abundance.

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Indigenous people of Sri Lanka

The Veddhas also known as the ‘Forest People’ are the last indigenous people of Sri Lanka who are slowly becoming extinct unfortunately although there are reservations that can be visited and their way of life can be seen. The forests of Sri Lanka were inhabited by the Veddhas long before the Buddhists arrived dating back to the 6th century.

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Story of Ceylon Tea

The tea plant was brought to Sri Lanka from China by the British back in the year in 1824 and was planted in the Royal Botanical Gardens, Peradeniya. It is considered to have been the first non-commercial tea plant in Sri Lanka.

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