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.
The country boasts of a wide array of wildlife. From the coastal areas, it is not too far to experience misty mountains and lush tea plantations. As for the culturally inclined travelers, there are several UNESCO heritage sites and Buddhist monuments to explore. There are some charming colonial towns where wandering around will suit most tastes.
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. Plan a trip and take your kids with you! Read more –
‘Pearl of the Indian Ocean’: Beautiful places to visit in Sri Lanka
Sri Lanka Highlights: An itinerary for a family holiday
Cultural Triangle in Sri Lanka: Ancient ruins, Buddhist sites and more
Amanwella Resort, Tangalle: A tranquil hideaway in Sri Lanka
For Time Travel in Sri Lanka, take a trip to Galle