Eight sites of Sri Lanka have been inscribed in the UNESCO World Heritage, namely, the ancient city of Polonnaruwa (1982), the ancient city of Sigiriya (1982), the Golden Temple of Dambulla (1991), the old town of Galle and its fortifications (1988), the sacred city of Anuradhapura (1982), the sacred city of Kandy (1988),
One of the most essential Sri Lankan experiences is to spend some time just lazing on a beautiful, tranquil beach. Struggling to choose between them? Here’s a brief overview of the country’s coastal regions, followed by our pick of the best beaches in Sri Lanka. Bentota Beach/ Galle Beach/ Hikkaduwa Beach/ Mirissa Beach/ Negambo Beach/ Nilaveli Beach/ Tangalle Beach/ Unawatuna Beach/ Weligama Beach/ Arugambay Beach/ Pasikuda Beach etc..
If you’re into the ridiculous rush of watching a sleepy leopard stare you down while it licks its paw, or soaking in pristine rivers weaving through jungles, or gorgeous fiery sunsets, your visit (or residence) in Sri Lanka is incomplete without a park visit. You’ve got plenty of choice too – Sri Lanka has 26 protected National Parks, Yala / Udawalawe/ Wasgamuwa/ Minneriya/ Kaudulla/ Wilpattu ect..
The teardrop island of Sri Lanka is full of natural wonders. From huge rocks in the middle of forests, to herds of wild elephants and rolling hills, Sri Lanka has plenty to offer the nature lover. You’ll find a wide range of ecosystems here, too. There are dry forests and rainforests. There are foggy hills and mountain ranges. There are lakes big and small, and also tons of tea plantations. Here’s a look at some of the natural wonders of Sri Lanka.Nuwara Eliya/ Ella/ Haputhale/ Knuckles