Kitulgala is a jungle area rich with wildlife and adventure. Experience white water rafting while gliding through a tropical rainforest. This adventure is both thrilling and relaxing.
It is a gem from Sri Lanka that is at the heart of one of the most famous engagement rings in the world.
Ayurveda, is one of the world’s oldest healing systems. Nevertheless, even today Ayurveda is very much a part of everyday life in Sri Lanka.
Although the spice is now very commonly available, cinnamon once was the most sought after spice in the world. It was a gift fit for kings. Gods even.
Sri Lanka is a culinary treasure cove. Spices, different varieties of rice and fruit and vegetables in all colours and sizes grow in abundance all over the island.
Throughout history, Sri Lanka has been known as a land of gems. King Solomon is said to have procured a ruby for Queen Sheba from ‘Serendib,’ as Sri Lanka was known in early history.
Time? From sunup to sundown. Location? On a little patch of land, a quiet back road, the beach or even a flat roof in the middle of a busy city. You can play cricket anytime, anywhere.
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.
The tale of Ceylon tea story starts with coffee.
Sri Lanka is equally breath taking underwater as it is on land. Also known as the Pearl of the Indian Ocean