The lush and marvellous island of Sri Lanka is lined with tranquil beaches located in the Indian Ocean. A tropical paradise of wild life, palm fringed white sand beaches, ancient temples and ruins. It's easy to say that Sri Lanka has it all.
Immerse yourself in culture and history starting at the west coast of Sri Lanka, where its largest city Colombo is. One can head on straight to its resort beaches or visit the Wilpattu National Park which homes number of elephants, sloth bears and even leopards. Right at the south coast of the country lies the old British town of Nuwara Eliya, often dubbed as Little England, which serves as the centre of the country's tea industry. With its picturesque landscape shrouded with mountains, curated tea plantations and colonial ambiance, it is a quiet and scenic place perfect for a relaxing trip. The east and the north can take you where you can find pristine beaches and off beaten tracks right to the surfing centre of Arugam Bay. Peaceful and slow paced travel to lesser visited east and north Sri Lankan provinces surely rewards its visitors with its hidden gems.