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The Yala National Park is the most visited park in Sri Lanka. It is located in the southeast region and belongs to the Southern province and Uva province.

It contains of scrub, light forest, grassy plains and brackish lagoons. It is very rich in wildlife. Most of the visitors stated that reason for their visit is to see wild animals like bears, leopards elephants and birds. The best time to visit Yala National Park, for the most reliable wildlife sightings, is the dry season from February to June.

With the low water levels, it is easier to spot animals coming out to the lagoons to drink water. The park normally closes from 1st of September to 15th October annually for maintenance.

Habarana Jungle

which is a popular tourists destination for safari lovers is located in the Anuradhapura District of Sri Lanka. Minneriya sanctuary which is heavily populated by elephants is nearby the Habarana jungle.

Elephant back riding is the most attraction in this city as it is the starting point for safaris. Minneriya National Park, which is originally declared as a wildlife sanctuary is located near Habarana area.

Minneriya tank which is built by king Mahasen and important bird watching areas can be found here.

Additionally , the Hurulu Eco Park which is an elephant paradise represents the dry – zone dry evergreen forests in Sri Lanka also located near Habarana. The area has some of the best hotels and the greenery and wildlife has added value by making the location attractive for tourists.


Negombo, which is one of the major commercial hubs in the country is known for its long sandy beaches and centuries old fishing industry. The Beach Park is considered to be one of the best beaches visited by both locals and tourists.

It offers you the traditional Sri Lankan beach experience , sun – kissed golden sand beaches, luscious coconut palms, warm blue waters and warm topical weather conditions. The Dutch Fort in Negombo, which is situated on a narrow spit between the lagoon and the Gulf is not far from the fish market.

The lagoon is also one of the most scenic landmark of Negombo. Plenty of birds and species of wildlife can be seen in its mangroves. The St.Mary’s church, one of the largest cathedrals in Sri Lanka is in the heart of Negombo.

Moreover, the Angurukaramulla Temple (Bodhirajaramaya) is a colourful temple with 6m hight statue of Lord Buddha, ornate sculptures, murals and the ruins of a historic library.

Mirissa Whales Watching
Mirissa Whales Watching

If watching whales is in your travel bucket list, Mirissa is a destination you can’t afford to miss during your holiday in Sri Lanka. Located on the south coast, Mirissa is a beautiful beach that has it all from luxury hotels, watersports to nightlife. However, what makes it unique is the giants who visit the area during the months of November till the end of April – Whales

You will find many boat services who will take you to the deep sea where you can enjoy the sights of beautiful blue whales and sperm whales as well as dolphins – if you get lucky.

Bentota Beach
Bentota Beach

Famed as a resort beach town, Bentota is ideal for anyone who is looking for a holiday filled with action. With a stunning coastal line and luxury hotels, villas and resorts scattered around the city.

Bentota offers you a range of experiences from adventure sports, boat rides to yoga retreats and more.

Surfing, diving, snorkelling, water skiing to canoeing. you name it and has it all to keep you busy during your holiday.

Even if you are not into adrenaline rushing adventures, the crystal-clear beach along with the palm-fringed silvery beach alone will deliver you the beach holiday you’ve been dreaming of.

Hikkaduwa Beach

Situated on the southern coast, Hikkaduwa is a beautiful beach renowned for its turquoise waters and colourful corals that attracts beach lovers all around the world.

The beach of Hikkaduwa is shallow and full of corals making it an ideal spot not just for diving but snorkelling too.

The colourful corals with schools of fishes swimming around are magnificent and even can be experienced in a boat ride.

Hikkaduwa also never disappoints adventure sports lovers offering a range of water sports like surfing, diving, skiing, canoeing and more.

During your visit make sure to pay a visit to the turtle hatchery in Kosgoda, where you can witness giant turtles at the reservation centre.

Nuwara Eliya
Nuwara Eliya Tea State
Nuwara Eliya Sin Rise

Located in the beautiful hill country, Nuwara Eliya is known as the ‘Little England”. As the name suggests, Nuwara Eliya area is very similar to an English country village and is perfect for anyone who seeks a hideaway to relax and chill out. With English styled bungalows surrounding tea plantations and rose gardens, rolling mountain ranges and effortlessly flowing waterfalls with rainbows, the city will make your jaws drop at every turn with beautiful scenery.

Hakgala botanical garden, Ambewela farm, Hortain plains, Rawana falls and Devon falls are some of the must-visit places that will present you with some Insta-worthy moments you will remember forever.

Dambulla cave temple
Dambulla cave temple

Dambulla The historic city that is known for its golden cave temple is a must visit if you explore the cultural triangle of Sri Lanka. Dambulla cave temple is one of the oldest cave temples in Sri Lanka that has a history that runs back to the 1st century BC.

Located on a top of a rock, it will take your breath away once you reached the top with its surrounding landscapes. With rich in beautiful wall murals, the temple itself is a delight to explore. The long gigantic statue of Buddha along with the 100s of different Buddha statues of all sizes will amaze you as you explore the history of the place.

polonnaruwa Ancient city

Polonnaruwa is an archaeological treasure to Sri Lanka that will offer you sights of the magnificent ruins that shows the glory and the grandeur of the heyday of the island. The ancient city is full of remnants of the ancient buildings, palaces, temples, statues and dagabos and amazing stories of kings and queens of who have ruled the kingdom.

Gigantic man-made takes studded with red lotus flowers are another incredible sight you will witness during you your visit to The ancient city adding beautiful memories to your holiday in Sri Lanka. The monkey kingdom of Polonnaruwa is another highlight that will make your days filled with fun and laughter.


Anuradhapura is an ancient city with palaces, castles, temples and sky-high dagabos and statues. Being the home to Jaya Sri Maha bodhiya- a twig from the very Bho tree Lord Buddha attained his enlightenment under, the city is a sacred place for all the Buddhists around the world.

The well-preserved ruins of gigantic statues and temple complexes will leave you speechless while you will be mind blown by the technology used and the stories involved with each historical place you visit in the area. The city is also an ideal place to take a peek into the rural farming life in Sri Lanka which will unfold another facet of the island.