Sri Lanka with wonderful natural scenery. This is the home of many rare Animals, rich ecosystems, in which Yala National Park and Udawalawe National Park are two famous national parks with Safari tours to see animals. Besides, the beautiful romantic beaches, full of sunshine such as Tangalle, Arugam Bay, or Midigama beach will surely make visitors fascinated no matter how many times they come.

If you are a person who wants to discover the wonders of nature, the unique festivals of the tribes, or the art of fishing on stilts of the Sri Lankans. Then don't wait any longer, Sri Lanka is waiting for you to discover.?

From world-famous tea plantations to national parks made for safaris, Sri Lanka has plenty to tempt you away from the beach.

A Taste of The Exotic

Poised above the equator, south-east of the subcontinent, Sri Lanka is often described as ‘India lite’. And it offers the perfect introduction to this part of the world. There’s enough of a culture difference to make you feel like you’re somewhere properly exotic, and yet everything is so easy. The food is fantastic, English is widely spoken, and the island’s bijoux size means you can fit a lot into a small amount of time.

Palm-lined Beaches

The main tourist zone runs along the south-west coast of the island, from Negombo to Galle. Here, football pitch-sized swathes of sand are washed by the Indian Ocean and pinned down by skyscraper palms. In parts, rivers and lagoons run in to the sea, providing the ideal conditions for watersports like kayaking and paddle boarding.

Temples and Tea

Elsewhere, more than 2,000 years of history have left their mark on Sri Lanka. An island that’s smaller than Scotland, it packs an astonishing amount into its borders. One minute you can be sipping a cup of traditional brew at a tea plantation, the next wandering around a vast ancient city or intricate temple.

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