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Magical magnificence of Sri Lanka

Sri Lanka is a destination that has got all the necessary holiday ingredients hence the reason it is often accompanied by the descriptive title of ‘magical magnificence’. Holidays in Sri Lanka are a combination of magic that enthralls you and magnificence because of the striking impression it leaves on you. Once you step off that plane and onto Sri Lankan soil you are part of an unforgettable experience that will leave you longing for more.

Sri Lanka Tourist Attractions

Lavishly redecorated colonial mansions await your eyes as we take you to an era of colonial charm. The hill country tea estates and the picturesque mountain ranges will be sure to take your breath away. Travel back in time as you witness historical ruins and UNESCO world heritage sites. Feel like royalty as you experience a fashionable high tea at the stylish old English-inspired bungalows in the hill country.

​Experience Sri Lanka like a true native when you walk down the streets of our Fort which has been well preserved over the decades. Feel exhilarated as you observe the wonders nature has to offer you in terms of Sri Lankan Wildlife as well as man-made structures. Our little Paradise Island has a lot to offer, with surprises waiting for you around every corner.



Sri Lanka is home to a number of different religions. The town of Kataragama is one of importance to most Buddhists and Hindus as it is here that they give prayers to the God Skanda-Murugan. The shrine in this town is frequented by those seeking favors from God, who is believed to grant safe passage to the traveler.



If you came to Sri Lanka to check out our beaches, then Passikudah is a must! Located North West of Batticaloa, this town is true eye candy with its golden broad beaches and shallow waters. You will be given the many options of activities including coral reef watching, surfing, sea bathing, snorkeling, diving and all kinds of other water sports as well as land-based activities include camping, cycling, kiting and excursions. This is the best place to be for that sand and surf and sun-filled vacation you’ve been dreaming about.

Nuwara Eliya


With its red-bricked walls and English styled houses, Nuwara Eliya is home to many tea estates and as it is located in the hilly region of Sri Lanka. The town was entirely built during the 19th century. In April and May the town is crowded with Sri Lankans dressed in their finest for the Derby at the Turf Club; at other times of the year, it’s much quieter, with apparently stray horses quietly wandering along the road. It is here too that they conduct one of Sri Lanka’s only horse racing activities.



halfway between the present capital Colombo and the ancient royal residence of Kandy, one will find the Pinnawala Elephant Orphanage, northwest of the town of Kegalle. The orphanage was originally founded in order to afford the care of and protect the many orphaned Elephants found in the jungle. It was established in 1975 by the Sri Lanka wildlife department near the Maha Oya River.

Royal Botanical garden

royal botnicle

The Royal Botanical Gardens is located in Peradeniya in Sri Lanka. It is 147 acres and has 4000 species of plants, including orchids, exotic spices such as Cardamom, Cloves, Pepper & Vanilla, medicinal plants, and palm trees. It has a renowned collection of Orchids in a separate orchid house and so is a lovely place to picnic and enjoy a peaceful stroll.



The 2nd capital of Sri Lanka, built in the 11th and 12th centuries, is now a UNESCO World Heritage site. Visit the ruins of the Royal Palace, the Gal Viharaya with consist of three splendid statues of the Buddha in upright, sedentary and recumbent postures carved out in rock located in Polonnaruwa. There are also ruins of famous places of worship such as the Shiva temple, the Lankatileka, the Watadage, the Galpotha, the Kiri Vihare Dagoba and the remains of a former temple of the tooth.

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