Affectionately known as the “Pearl of the Indian Ocean”, Sri Lanka is a graceful Island in South Asia that offers an abundance of physical diversity. The pearl shaped Islands boasts many beautiful beaches & landscapes with diverse wildlife, ted to five thousand years of rich heritage and surprises today that await die-hard foodies!
The Dambulla Cave Temple is the largest temple complex in Sirlanka, the paintings date to 12th century AD. Yala Natonal Park is home to a host of wildlife and birds and it’s a perfect place for wild life photography. Arugam Bay is turquoise heaven for adrenaline junkies for water sports. Temple of Tooth at Kandy will treat your eyes and soul, it is an iconic temple of history attach to it. Nuwara Eliya is famous for tea gardens and sceneries, considered as hilly paradise and greatest addiction to Pristine Nature.
Trincomalee it’s an unforgetable Beach Getaway surrounded by lush gardens, its best for underwater driving tour. Mihintale is the top Srilanka tourist attraction which is considered as birth place of Buddhism. Udwalawe national park is a must visit place to find the greatest elephants. Ravana Falls is the impressive sight of the magnificent falls especially during rainy season. Nine Arch bridges is considered as bridge in the sky runs through small mountain town called Ella which offers the visitors a splendid view of lush greenery and tea fields. Sigiriya and Polonnaruwa, defined as ruggedness amidst the greenery: Sigiriya is considered as mount of remembrance and recognized as world heritage site and one of the most stunning places to see in Srilanka.