Located in the north central part of the island, the triangle has as its points three ancient capitals, together spanning 2500 years of history.Read more
Sigiriya was created by King Kasyapa who reigned between 477-495 AD. The summit of this almost inaccessible rock is 180 m (600 ft) above the surrounding forest, and was the setting for a courtly paradise of elegant pavilions amid gardens and pools.Read more
The Hill Capital of Sri Lanka nestling among the misty hills in the central region of this paradise island is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful cities in the world.Read more
Sri Lanka’s Tea Country, with all its spectacular scenery and lush tea plantations.
Only a few hours from the coast, Sri Lanka’s Tea country is the scenic jewel in the country’s crown.
Colombo is the commercial capital and financial center of Sri Lanka. Colombo offers many interesting places to visit. Colombo is also a relatively easy city for the tourist to find his way around.Read more
Tangalle the land of white sand and basking sun is a place not be missed when you visit the coastal South of Sri Lanka.Read more
Yala National Park is the 2nd largest national park in Sri Lanka.It is situated in the southeast region of the island in the dry zone.Read more
Placed 150 km north of the capital, Colombo, the Kalpitiya region is one of the most beautiful coastal areas located in the Western Province of Sri Lanka.Read more
Since the end of the civil war in 2009 and the completion of Tsunami rehabilitation projects, Pasikudah has become a popular tourist destination amongst locals and foreigners alike.Read more
Wilpattu or “land of lakes” as its name translates is the largest national park in Sri Lanka, covering over 131,000 hectares. Dotted with numerous natural lakes, which are magnets for wildlife. Wilpattu is closely associated with the history of Sri Lanka.Read more