The tiny village of Balapitiya is the starting point for boat trips up the Madu Ganga river.These river safaris offer visitors the chance to see a range of birdlife as well as amphibians and reptile (...)
This is the first Ramsar site declared in Sri Lanka and it is the most important wetland for birds outside the Northern Province. The park's lagoons are amongst the most important wintering areas fo (...)
The height is 97m and is fed by the Kothmale Oya. This is one of the most famous water falls of the island, situated in the Devon estate.
Set in the central highlands of Sri Lanka, Horton Plains is unlike any other place in the country and is often compared to the Scottish highlands, for its windswept landscape and cool, wet climate. (...)
These are located about 5km away from Trinco town, on Puttalm Road at Kanniyai. There are seven hot water wells close to each other. Wells are about 3-4 feet deep and the bottom can be seen clear (...)
Kandy Lake is a manmade lake created in 1807 by the last King of Kandy. King Sri Wikrena Rajasinha. A decorative wall, called the Walakul wall, runs for 2060 feet along the banks of the lake . In the (...)
This is the place where Sir Thomas Lipton used to discover and enjoy the land while surveying the surrounding area of his plantation. You can enjoy the breathtaking panoramic view of the area fr (...)
There is a very popular short walk up to the top of Little Adam’s Peak, a Pyramid-shaped rock which stands opposite the far larger Ella Rock. It offers wonderful view over the hills around Ella, name (...)
Best place in SriLanka for see Wild Elephants. Situated 20km northwest of Polonnaruwa, Minneriya National Park is in the Polonnaruwa district and North Central province. The Park’s boundaries on the (...)
This is a well known deposit of semi precious stones, the only site that moonstones are available in such a large quantity in the island. These white coloured moonstones are used for the making of j (...)
Nilaveli beach is one of the purest white sand beaches in Asia. Thousands of both foreign and local guests visit Trincomalee and the Nilaveli beach. There are many constructions with new hotels eme (...)
The Parakrama Samudraya of "Sea of Parakrama" a gigantic reservoir, was constructed by King Parakramabahu the great in the 12th century by combining an earlier reservoir named “Thopawawa” and two o (...)
Pigeon island is situated 1km off the coast of Nilaveli and is just a few hundred metres offshore from Nilaveli beach (about a 15 min outboard motors boat trip) The island’s name derives from the Ro (...)
This water fall has three parts and is very close to the 53 km post of the A5 Peradeniya Nuwara Eliya road. The total height of these cascades is 270m, so that the fall can be seen from a considerab (...)
This picturesque water fall is one of the most popular sightseeing spots in Sri Lanka. Ravana Ella waterfall at the Ella Wellawaya road (A 23) is just 6 km from Ella town.
The Yala National Park is located in the southeastern region of Sri Lanka and extends over two provinces and two administrative districts, as follows. Northern, northwester and western areas of t (...)
There are two waterfalls which contribute immensely to scenic beauty. Kuda Ella 60m and the Maha Ella 80m, 50m wide. These fall to Kothmale Oya.
Sinharaja receives up to 599 cm (236 inches) of rainfall annually and the climate inside the rainforest is hot and humid. The forest is a treasure trove of unique flora and fauna Of the 211 trees fo (...)
" Of the many great railway journeys in the world, few can boast anything like the kind of cultural and scenic splendor. "
Five of the world's seven species of turtles the green turtle, the leatherback, the olive ridley, the loggerhead and the hawksbill nest on the beaches of Sri Lanka, especially around the southwest c (...)
One of Sri Lanka's most popular national parks, Udawalawe was created in 1972 to protect the catchment area around the enormous Udawalawe Reservoir. Spread over an expanse of 300 sq km. (116 sq mile (...)
So it's lifetime opportunity to be emerged in the nature and culture of real Sri Lanka. Complete package includes a Bullock cart ride, Boat ride, Visit a village House, see local Vegetable garden, h (...)
Over the last few years, whale and dolphin watching has really taken off in Sri Lanka. The country sits alongside one of the world's great cetacean migratory routes, and sightings are guaranteed for (...)
Spread over an area of 10 ha (25 acres) in Pinnawala village, this government run elephant orphanage is one of Sri Lanka's most popular tourist attractions. Originally set up in 1975 to take care of (...)
There are many spice gardens along the road. Hundreds of travellers visit these spice gardens daily. Here you can buy spice and also have special spiced tea.