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Anuradhapura became the first capital city of Sri Lanka in 377 BC, as it represented then home of Buddhism in the country and is now one of the largest archaeological sites in the world. The fascinating ancient ruins include the huge bell shaped stupa built of small sun
dried bricks, as well as temples, sculptures, palaces and drinking water reservoirs.



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Polonnaruwa was the captial of Sri Lanka in mediaeval times, and is one of the UNESCO World Heritage sites of Sri Lanka. The huge sea like irrigation reservoirs, magnificent monuments and very well preserved statues offer you rich and fascinating glimpses of Sri Lanka in the 11th 12th century.

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Sigiriya is a major archaeological site in Asia…a massive rock rising 200meters above the surrounding plains. This World Heritage city and palace at Sigiriya provides a unique combination of 5th century urban planning, architecture, hydraulics, civil engineering, garden design, sculpture and painting. The most famous features of the Sigiriya paintings are frescoes…, originally there were images of around 500 topless women… but only 20 can be seen today.

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The Golden rock cave temple at Dabulla dates back to the 1st century BC and comprises of a
complex of five caves with well preserved colorful ceiling and wall paintings, depicting the life and times of Buddha and also a collection of 157 statues of Buddha of various sizes and poses,….. some of which are carved out of the original rock. One of the most important centers of Buddhist pilgrimage in Sri Lanka.

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Kandy Tooth Temple

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Kandy is the last kingdom of Sri Lanka. The Sacred Tooth Temple is the present home of the Buddha’s tooth. Here visitors can observe the ancient traditions of drumming and chanting in honor of the tooth relic which is performed 3 times every day, 365 days per year. The Sacred Tooth Temple occupies a unique position in the life of the people in Sri Lanka. The royal complex is also situated around the Temple of the Tooth on the edge of Kandy Lake. The most colorful pageant of Asia is held in July – August each year is in honor of the Tooth Relic, and comprises of a hundred or more colorfully dressed and decorated elephants, many drummers and dancers,… and many more attractions.

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Nuwara Eliya

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The countryside around Nuwara Eliya rises from 3000ft to over 8000ft., making Nuwara Eliya the highest hill country of Sri Lanka and so for many visitors is considered the most beautiful part of Sri Lanka, being home to mist shrouded tea plantations, cool green hills, rushing water falls and colonial style buildings. Thus Nuwara Eliya is the most British of all Sri Lankan towns and the heart of the tea industry,…. and so the world famous “Ceylon tea” is known as Sri Lanka’s “little England”.

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Bentota is a popular coastal town located in the southern part of Sri Lanka, approximately 62 kilometers south of Colombo. It is a well-known tourist destination due to its beautiful beaches, water sports activities, and tranquil atmosphere. Famous for its pristine sandy beaches, where visitors can relax, sunbathe, and enjoy the scenic beauty of the Indian Ocean. The beaches offer opportunities for swimming, snorkeling, and various water sports such as jet skiing, windsurfing, and banana boat rides. Bentota offers a mix of relaxation, adventure, and cultural experiences, making it a popular destination for both local and international travelers.

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Negombo is a coastal city located in the western part of Sri Lanka, It is situated on the shores ofthe Indian Ocean and is known  for its beautiful beaches, vibrant culture, and rich history. The city is renowned for its stunning beach, which stretches along the coastline. The golden sandy beach is a popular spot for sunbathing, swimming, and relaxing. It offers a lively atmosphere  with various beachfront restaurants, bars, and water sports activities. The fisherman’s village in Negombo provides a glimpse into the traditional lifestyle of the local fishing community. Visitors can witness colorful fishing boats, nets, and  observe the daily activities of the fishermen as they bring in their catch.

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Ella is a small town located in the Badulla District of Sri Lanka. Situated in the central highlands, Ella is known for its breathtaking natural beauty, scenic landscapes, and outdoor activities. Ella Rock is a popular hiking destination known for its stunning panoramic views of the surrounding hills, tea plantations, and valleys. The hike to Ella Rock takes around 2-3 hours and rewards visitors with magnificent vistas at the summit. Ella is a popular destination for nature lovers, hikers, and adventure enthusiasts. The town’s stunning landscapes and peaceful ambiance make it an ideal place to unwind and enjoy the beauty of Sri Lanka’s hill country.

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Trincomalee, often referred to as Trinco, is a coastal city located on the northeastern coast of Sri Lanka. It is known for its natural harbors, beautiful beaches, and historical sites. Trincomalee is home to several stunning beaches, including Uppuveli Beach and Nilaveli Beach. These pristine stretches of golden sand and crystal-clear waters offer opportunities for swimming, sunbathing, snorkeling, and diving. Pigeon Island, located off Nilaveli Beach, is a popular spot for snorkeling and diving, with its vibrant coral reefs and marine life and popular spot for whale watching, particularly from the months of May to October when blue whales and sperm whales

can be spotted in the surrounding waters. Boat tours are available for visitors to witness these

magnificent marine creatures.

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Pasikuda, also spelled Pasikudah, is a beautiful beach destination located on the east coast of Sri Lanka, in the Batticaloa District. It is known for its long stretch of golden sandy beaches, turquoise waters, and a tranquil atmosphere. The main attraction of Pasikuda is its pristine beach. The calm and shallow waters make it ideal for swimming and water activities. The soft sandy shorelines provide a perfect setting for sunbathing and relaxation. Pasikuda offers various water sports activities such as snorkeling, diving, and jet skiing. The clear waters and vibrant marine life make it an excellent spot for underwater exploration.The area around Pasikuda is known for its coral reefs. Snorkeling and diving enthusiasts can witness the colorful coral formations and a diverse range of tropical fish and other marine creatures.

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Arugam Bay is a popular coastal town located on the southeastern coast of Sri Lanka, in the Ampara District. It is known for its pristine beaches, excellent surfing conditions, and laid-back atmosphere. Arugam Bay has become a mecca for surfers from around the world. Arugam Bay is renowned for its world-class surfing breaks. The main surf point, known as Main Point, offers consistent waves that attract both beginners and experienced surfers. Other popular surf spots in the area include Whiskey Point, Pottuvil Point, and Elephant Rock. Surf schools and board rentals are available for those who want to learn or improve their surfing skills. Arugam Bay boasts beautiful sandy beaches, including the main Arugam Bay Beach. These beaches provide opportunities for swimming, sunbathing, and enjoying the coastal scenery. The relaxed atmosphere and palm-fringed shores make it a perfect place to unwind and soak up the sun.

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Kalpitiya offers a unique coastal experience, combining natural beauty, marine life, and cultural heritage. Whether you’re looking for relaxation on pristine beaches, thrilling water sports adventures, or wildlife encounters, Kalpitiya is blessed with beautiful sandy beaches that stretch along its coastline. The beaches offer a peaceful and serene setting, ideal for swimming, sunbathing, and beachside relaxation. Some popular beaches in the area include Alankuda Beach and Kandakuliya Beach. Dolphin and whale watching. Boat tours are available, taking visitors out to sea to witness pods of dolphins and, during the migratory season, even spot whales, including sperm whales and blue whales.

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Colombo is the commercial capital of Sri Lanka, being the largest city of over a million
inhabitants, and Fort is its historic center. This has now become the main business district, filled with shops, office blocks, high class hotels, government buildings, and many gracious old buildings of the Dutch and British colonial period. The main tourist attractions include national museums, big Buddhist and Hindu temples, old churches, beautiful parks, great restaurants, many big shopping centers and colonial buildings which now make up this fascinating and modern city.

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Mirissa is a coastal town located in the Matara District of Sri Lanka, on the southern coast of the island. It is well-known for its stunning beaches, tranquil atmosphere, and whale watching opportunities. Beach is a beautiful crescent-shaped sandy beach with palm trees lining the shore. It offers a relaxing environment for sunbathing, swimming, and leisurely walks along the shoreline. The beach is known for its scenic beauty and laid-back vibe. Popular destination for whale watching, especially from November to April. Boat tours are available, taking visitors into the Indian Ocean to witness magnificent marine creatures such as blue whales, sperm whales, and dolphins. Its an incredible experience for nature enthusiasts.

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The Southern province of Sri Lanka known as Ruhuna, in ancient times, have a significant amount of heritage sites that made a mark in Sri Lanka’s history.

The well shaded town is very pleasantly set amidst the expansive paddy fields swaying with the breeze from vast Tissa Wewa rainwater reservoir, 1 km north of the city. In the center of the paddy fields stands the impressive Snowy-white Santagiri Dagoba stupa, 56m in height and 165 meters in circumference.

Most of the hotels and guest houses are located near the thisawewa rainwater reservoir. The village of Deberwewa too is home to hotels located near its man-made lake.

Tissamaharama doubles up as the base for the tours to yala national park, bundala national park & katharagama sacred city.


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Jaffna is the capital city of the Northern Province of Sri Lanka. Sri Lanka’s 12th most populous city.Jaffna is one of the most beautiful towns located right on the northern tip of Sri Lanka an iconic destination with many enthralling tales about its historical significance and vibrant culture. Explore and unravel the true beauty of the city’s most glorious attractions, including ancient artifacts, religious sites, colonial remnants and natural splendor like Casuarina beach, jaffana fort, nallur kovil ,Nagadipa rajamaha viharaya ,jafna public library, St Mary’s cathedral, archaeological  museum Jaffna,Dambakola patuna sangamittha temple, Thalaiyadi beach, kadurugoda buddist temple, point pedro light house many more historical value and attraction places to visits around Jaffna.

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Galle is the capital city of the southern province of Sri Lanka, with a natural harbor; also you can visit rumassala which is a large mound like hill being a major attraction in Galle city. The Galle fort World Heritage site is one of the largest and best preserved forts in south Asia, the interior of which exudes much old world charm. Within the ramparts and stone walls, can be found many narrow and charming streets dotted with colonial Dutch villas, and several museums and also the very beautiful Dutch reformed church.

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