So many reasons to visit Sri Lanka – UNESCO heritage sites like Sigiriya, ancient ruins of Anuradhapura and Polonnaruwa, National parks like Yala and Kaudulla, sandy beaches all over the country, misty hills and tea plantations in Nuwara Eliya, car-free colonial fortresses like Galle to roam around in.
For our travel to Sri Lanka, we stuck to the developed areas during the 10 days spent in this beautiful country and did not venture in the north or east side, ravaged by 40 years of war. The north and east side are pristine and worth travelling to. Plan a trip and take your kids with you!
If you are looking for a vacation on unspoilt beaches and are on a luxury budget, Amanwella in Tangalle doesn’t disappoint.
This is a classic Sri Lanka itinerary that gives you a mix of top attractions, cultural sites and ancient ruins, wildlife safaris and beach, suited for family travel.
With more than 3000 years of ancient civilization and Buddhist influences, there exist a large number of cultural and religious sites in Sri Lanka. The most famous of them are in the central heartland of the country, popularly known as the Cultural Triangle of Sri Lanka.
For a small country, Sri Lanka offers a very diverse set of experiences. Visit this compact country for varied wildlife, fine sandy beaches, lush tea plantations, Buddhist monuments and colonial towns. So many beautiful places to visit in Sri Lanka.