AYUBOWAN!! WELCOME TO THE PEARL OF THE INDIAN OCEAN!
Explore the spellbinding land of Sri Lanka. The remarkable hospitality, refined heritage, diverse culture encompassing tuk-tuk rides, Ceylon tea, and scrumptious local eatables will keep you tantalized. Wiping out the thirty-year-long civil war in 2009, Sri Lanka gradually is coming to terms with the booming trade of tourism. Though the uncertainty during the war kept it obliterated from the outside world; in the past few years, it had been welcoming holidaymakers amiably. This splendid country and its people are renowned for their hospitality long since and if you have any intention of Sri Lanka travels, they would welcome you with open hands.
CULTURE AND LIFESTYLE
No one can beat this tiny island to its exemplary culture. The country is composed of different ethnicities making it more exotic and distinguished. The food, the living styles, the cultural values, and the articulated slangs are diverse from region to region adding heterogeneity to any traveler experience.
The local food is much spicy but would make your mouth water. You can purchase different varieties of local cuisines from Five-star hotels to Local roadside food vendors at affordable prices. A warm cup of flavor-infused Ceylon tea would make your body soothed. Sri Lanka is a small country with a lot of short-distance traveling. Tuk-tuk (Three-Wheelers) is the best mode of short-distance traveling, whilst the train rides make it easier to travel between provinces.
Sri Lankan Legacy is well preserved in the remnants of the ancient kingdoms which date back thousands of years. The Cultural triangle consists of incomparable four out of eight UNESCO heritage sites expanded in a considerably large but in an adjacent area. In the middle of the country is the Temple of the Sacred Tooth Relic. It is located in the royal palace complex of the last kingdom of Sri Lanka, Kandy which is the most pre-eminent Buddhist temple in South- Asia. The Galle Fort, a historical monument, still stands strong and unhackneyed epitomizing the colonial influence on Sri Lankan culture even after 400 plus years.
Wild safaris in Yala, Bundala, and Wasgamuwa unveil the natural and ecological beauty in Sri Lanka, unleashing the exotic wildlife experience. Having an extensive coastline, Sri Lanka gives you access to splendid and endless beaches around the country. Whale watching and surfing in Mirissa, Kalpitya, and Trincomalee for affordable prices are the most sought–after coastal activities in Sri Lanka. When ready you can leave the coast and move into a tropical escapade in the center of the country.