Board the train in Sri Lanka’s hill country and you’re in for a real treat. This is not just a means of transportation, it’s the high-light of your trip.
As soon as the train departs from Kandy, it continues to rise higher and higher though the mountains.
Convenience, comfort and breath taking views. That is traveling by sea plane in a nutshell.
We are in Pinawala the Elephant orphanage some 80 km from Colombo to meet the Chief Mahout.
One can discover Sri Lanka in many ways. But doing so by hot air balloon is nothing less than a once in a lifetime.
Awesome old temples, gorgeous beaches, bustling cities and jaw-dropping wildlife.
Just like many other countries, Sri Lanka has its own unwritten rules.
Colombo is quite the paradox of a city. You can end up spending a hefty wad of cash in a day. But on the flip side of the coin, you can easily make do with just 10 euro’s.
Stepping out onto a busy Sri Lankan street means entering a new and exciting world of maximum stimulation of your senses.
For nature lovers, camping is the best way to explore the wonders of Sri Lanka.
While you enjoy your stay in the paradise Sri Lanka, here are a couple of things that you might want to know about this charming little country and what it has to offer.
The island of Sri Lanka is well-known for sun and beautiful weather. Nevertheless, the country gets its fair share of heavy rains. Within the city of Colombo, there’s a certain charm to a rainy day.
Sri Lanka has dozens of sightseeing destinations. But it is also very worth your while to wander off the beaten path and get a true Sri Lankan experience .