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Sri Lanka Tours

From its tropical golden shores, to the lush verdant landscapes of its cool highlands, this small island paradise is without doubt one of the most diverse and capivating destinations on the Indian Subcontinent, providing an enchantment selling for visitors of all ages.

Highlights of Sri Lanka

Things to See & Do

  • Sigiriya

    Sigiriya

    One of Sri Lanka’s major tourist attractions, located nearly 400 metres above the surrounding jungle, the dramatic rock fortress of Sigiriya (Lion’s Rock) offers the determined visitor the famous frescoes of the Sigiriya Damsels and some truly breathtaking panoramic views.

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  • Kandy

    Kandy

    Gateway to Sri Lanka’s beautiful hill country, the World Heritage setting of Kandy is the country’s cultural capital. Home to the Temple of the Sacred Tooth Relic, the most revered Buddhist shrine in the country, and the lovely Peradeniya Botanical Gardens, Kandy also hosts the Perahera each July/August, one of the finest cultural festivals in Asia with an incredible collection of ceremonial elephants.

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  • Galle

    Galle

    Sri Lanka's oldest living city, Galle is a wonderful eclectic mix of colonial and Sinhalese influences and one of the best examples of a European fortified city in South East Asia. Dominated by the imposing grandeur and towering ramparts of its Dutch Fort (a UNESCO World Heritage Site), the back streets and alleyways of Old Galle have retained a captivating charm that still echo to the reminders of a diverse and historical colonial heritage.

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  • Leopard, Yala National Park

    Leopard, Yala National Park

    Although elusive, leopards are found in large numbers throughout Sri Lanka. Fast earning a reputation as one of the best places in the world to spot these magnificent cats, places like Wilpattu and Yala National Parks in particular provide ideal conditions for these large predators, with Yala reputedly holding the highest density of leopards anywhere.

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  • Beach

    Beach

    With over a thousand miles of golden beaches, Sri Lanka offers an expansive choice of prime locations. The up and coming white sand beaches along the east coast include those around Trincomalee whilst the south-west and western coastline offers some of the best beaches in the Indian Ocean.

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  • Whale Watching

    Whale Watching

    The coastal waters off Sri Lanka provide a haven for some of the densest populations of marine mammals in the world. During the whale watching season that runs between December and April, excursions can be arranged off the coast of Trincomalee or Galle to search for dolphins, blue and sperm whales.

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  • Temple of the Tooth

    Temple of the Tooth

    Gateway to Sri Lanka’s beautiful hill country, the World Heritage setting of Kandy is the country’s cultural capital. Home to the Temple of the Sacred Tooth Relic, the most revered Buddhist shrine in the country, and the lovely Peradeniya Botanical Gardens, Kandy also hosts the Perahera each July/August, one of the finest cultural festivals in Asia.

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  • Udawalawe National Park

    Udawalawe National Park

    Located 200 kilometres to the south-east of Colombo, the Udawalawe National Park is one of the country’s major eco-tourism destinations. Famous for its elephant herds, the park is home to the Born Free Foundation’s, Elephant Transit Home, set up to rescue orphaned elephants and return them to the wild.

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  • Ella Waterfalls

    Ella Waterfalls

    From Ella you can enjoy the marvellous view over the hill country from the Ella Gap. A packed lunch can be taken at the viewpoint and a stop made at Ravana Falls, one of the widest waterfalls in Sri Lanka. The waterfall is approximately 25m high and cascades from an oval-shaped concave rock outcrop. During the wet season, the waterfall turns into what is said to resemble an areca flower with withering petals, but this is less evident in the dry season, where the flow of water reduces dramatically.

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  • Horton Plains

    Horton Plains

    Sri Lanka’s captivating hill country offers visitors an idyllic mix of misty mountains, colonial hill stations and lush tea plantations. The setting for the natural wonders of the Horton Plains and Ella Gap, its cool climate also attracted the British planters of the 19th century, who left behind them lovely colonial retreats like Nuwara Eliya.

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