The country's political, economic, and cultural centre Colombo is the
largest city of Sri Lanka and is a mandatory start or finish to incredible Sri
Lankan adventures. The North and South Colombo regions offer some dazzling
attractions, including iconic Gangaramaya Buddhist Temple, the national museum,
the Pettah bazaar, Dutch colonial buildings and legacies from Portuguese and
British colonial architectures
The sacred cities of Anuradhapura and Sigiriya, the ancient city of
Polonnaruwa and the Golden Temple of Dambulla collectively known as the
Cultural Triangle, is a treasure trove of ruins, rocks, and wildlife,
encompassing everything in between. Inside the triangle, you will also find the
iconic Sigiriya rock and the parks of Kaudulla and Minneriya, ideal spots for
elephant safaris. This region is the perfect setting to discover the religious
and cultural history of Sri Lanka.
Being in close proximity to the airport, the South-West region
definitely is a crowd puller
Historic Galle City and its UNESCO World Heritage classic fort is the
main attraction. The region has a charming layout encompassing upmarket luxury,
character-rich boutique hotels, and resorts that are in abundance proudly
displaying its colonial influence. Vibrant cultural heritage and pristine
beaches spanning miles along the coast of Bentota and Ahangama is the perfect
ambiance for top-rated travel in this Ocean country
The bustling city of Kandy is the cultural centre of Sri Lanka and home to the country’s sacred temple, the Temple of the Tooth. Once the invincible fortress, Kandy was the capital of the last Sinhalese kingdom.
The landscape here mirrors the ideologies of the Buddhist religion it fosters, nurturing calmness and relaxation. Home to the most scenic golf courses in Asia - the Victoria Golf Club and experiential Pinnewala elephant orphanage, all nestled among Kandy’s natural cradle.
Known as the most scenic region of Sri Lanka, the hill country is
blessed with verdant hills, soaring peaks, dramatic ravines, eminent lush green
tea, scenic train journeys and home to the attractive villages of Nuwara Eliya
The region is embellished with colonial style brick and stone houses
with beautiful lawns, encircled within sturdy yet tranquil villages that are
worthy of one stroll at least! The famous Adam’s peak is the symbolic landmark
here, offering spectacular trekking and walking experiences
Blessed with solitude beaches and glimmering blue seas, the East coast is the intrepid traveller’s choice. In the truest sense, the east coast is a mirror image of the west. Nothing is more relaxing than laying here on a golden beach, lined with palm trees, drinking a freshly shredded coconut, and getting the perfect bronze tan while hearing the waves.
The East Coast is furnished with beautiful beaches to destress and detox the mind, body, and soul of its tourists. Traditional fishing villages, Batticaloa lagoons, picturesque beaches and areas of unspoilt natural beauty are the paradise settings of this region. covering Trincomalee, Pasikudah and Arugam bay.
Lying on the east of Galle, the country's southern
villages such as Tangalle, Mirissa, and Weligama are
nestled along the coast snugged together in a beautiful
milieu, offering a laid-back atmosphere each with their own
resort. Sri Lanka's cultural heritage is very much prominent in the south
and stands testimony through Sinhalese traditions such
as temples and Buddha statues, which are prevalent here more than any
other part of the country.
A perfect gateway with premium seafront luxury accommodation, Negombo is
a preferred choice for those commencing or ending a Sri Lanka itinerary.
Traversing further up to the west coast is the remote setting of the Kalpitiya
Peninsula, bestowed with an abundance of marine wildlife including dolphins,
whales, and sea turtles