Category: Travel guide

A Guide to Sri Lanka’s Cultural Triangle

Sri Lanka’s famed cultural triangle is home to some of the world’s finest ancient monuments. The region of the cultural triangle starts from Kandy, and stretches up northwards to Anuradhapura and eastwards to Polonnaruwa. The ancient capital of Anuradhapura contains…

Travel Guide: A Cultural Discovery of Mihintale

Mihintale, a mountain peak located near Anuradhapura, is a pilgrimage site visited by many. Home to religious monuments and ruins, it is believed to be the site whereby King Devanampiyatissa had his first encounter with the son of Emperor Ashoka of India,…

Kandy Lake Sri Lanka

Sri Lanka Travel Guide for Honeymooners

Sri Lanka, a land of diverse beauty and attractions, offers myriad activities for lovestruck travellers traversing through the island. The plethora of activities and attractions available makes planning a travel itinerary quite a mind-boggling affair…until you lay your eyes on handy…

Yala National Park

Sri Lanka Travel Guide: Yala National Park

Located in the south east region of Sri Lanka, Yala National Park is a popular nature reserve that draws in large crowds of visitors each year. The park, measuring an impressive 130,000 hectares, contains light forests, grasslands, lagoons and scrubs….

Ulpotha

Travel Guide: Wellness Activities in Sri Lanka

Hit the pause button, for it is time to stop living in the hustle and bustle of your daily life.  Make it a point to unwind, relax and rejuvenate in your next travel trip.  If you have set your sights on visiting…

Hikkaduwa beach

Introducing Sri Lanka- Hip Hikkaduwa

Updated on 8/11/2017 by Ella Davis. Hikkaduwa’s popularity has been growing year on year, and it’s not hard to see why. This laid-back surf town is situated 17km north of Galle and is one of a series of beaches which attracts…

Introducing Sri Lanka- Tantalising Tangalle

Along the South Coast of Sri Lanka, 195km from Colombo lies the city of Tangalle, touted as one of the loveliest strips along the south coast. Some even call it Sri Lanka’s answer to paradise. This idyllic patch of paradise,…

Introducing Sri Lanka- The Splendor of Sigiriya

Like Polonnaruwa, the ancient city of Sigiriya has made it onto the list of UNESCO World Heritage sites. Herein lie the supposed ancient ruins of a capital founded during the reign of King Kassapa I, who came to power through…