Sri Lanka, a puzzle, is waiting to find it in the North, South, East or West. As you pass the ancient ruined cities you will be amazed at the variety of sights, and you will see green rice fields with vibrant little villages that offer exquisite cuisine and more destinations. The more you see, the more you will want to explore other hidden treasures on this important island. For example, we brag about the most sensitive sapphires in the world.

Our surfing hotpots are back with an exciting wave. Diving and snooker can be unforgettable with our marine life as diverse as our land. As in other countries, our world-famous tea estates in the tropics and mountains have many national parks for wildlife. Furthermore, art is as different in Sri Lanka as it is in the people, ending up shopping for our cultural dances and festivals. All this and much more to explore around this small island. That is why it is so important to visit Sri Lanka during your vacation.

The 65,610 sq km area is divided into 9 provinces in 25 districts with a population of about 20.3 million, comprising Sinhalese, Tamils, Muslims and burghers. However, Sinhalese are the majority in the country because they are indigenous and others are minorities. Religions such as Buddhism, Hinduism, Catholicism, Christianity, and Islam belong to these nations.

Sri Lanka Travel Holidays will give you a different experience to be with these different people and culture. Tea is one of the main exports from Sri Lanka. Introduced in 1824 during the British colonial period. It was then brought back in 1839 for research purposes. Meanwhile, in 1867, James Taylor established the first tea estate in Sri Lanka as an economic farm. This tea was even imported from India and was originally discovered in China.

In the meantime, do not forget to come to Sri Lanka and buy the best black tea in the world from a factory in the hills. There are many options to visit Sri Lanka. Those are public buses and trains. Buses will be available in almost every city. But rail transport is only accessible to major cities. However, those systems are really slow, even if it’s cheap. This will deprive you of many interesting places to visit during your short vacation. So the best way to have an unforgettable vacation and enjoy different attractions, culture, history and food is to hire a guide or driver. You will be amazed because we are different than the others.

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Anuradhapura Kingdom

Anuradhapura is a city nearby the river of Malwathu Oya on the northern plain area of Sri lanka. From 6th century BC until to 12th century AD, Anuradhapura was the kingdom of Sri Lanka. Since Buddhism established during the Anuradhapura period. Also this city known as the sacred city of ancient Sri lanka. Click on this to Read More

Dambulla Cave Temple

Dambulla cave temple is located on a mountain about 600 meters above sea level. It’s location at a height of about 350 feet on the Dambulla rock. Some caves are man-made while others are natural caves. The temple have 6 caves but only 5 caves can be visited. Click on this to Read More

most famous ella nine arches bridge

Most Famous Ella

It’s astonishing to think that a bridge could drive tourists in droves to Ella, yet the Nine Arch Bridge, just outside the town, has done just that. The Nine Arch Bridge is flanked by verdant forests and tea plantations, standing proudly across the valley below. On misty days, low cloud hangs in the valley, giving the whole area a moody, mystical feel. Click to Read More

galle fort

Galle Dutch Fort

The main port of the island before the arrival of the Portuguese in the 16th century. Galle reached its peak of development in the 18th century. ) Starting from Gongala Kanda, passes through villages such as Neluwa, Nagoda, Baddegama, Thelikada and Wakwella and reaches the sea at Gintota.Wakwella Bridge is the longest bridge in Sri Lanka. Click to Read More

visit kandy temple of tooth relic

Kandy Temple of Tooth Relic

After the cremation of the Buddha, priests, kings and people from different countries gathered there to receive the relics for worship. Kalinga took the tooth of the upper jaw on the left side. Many kings held this Tooth Relic in high esteem. Centuries later, the nephews of King Kshira Dhara came to war demanding the Tooth Relic. Guha-siva was the king of Kalgua at that time. Click to Read More

nuwara eliya the city of cold

Nuwara Eliya

This is one of the mainly coldest cities in Sri Lanka. Once you go to Nuwara Eliya, you will feel like you are in England. This is why the city is called “Little England”. The other is that it was built by the British during the colonial period. So far, several colonial buildings can be seen. Click to Read More

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Polonnaruwa Ancient City

Polonnaruwa is the second kingdom of Sri Lanka. It is located 7 miles northeast of the confluence of the Mahaweli and Aban rivers. Around 985, Polonnaruwa was first chosen as its capital by the Indian invaders Soli. But this was used by the kings of Anuradhapura as a sub-capital. Click to Read More

koneshwaram kovil trincomalee


The people of Trincomalee are known as Trincomalee and the local authority is the Trincomalee Municipal Council. The city of Trincomalee is home to the famous Konaswaram Kovil, from which the Tamil name Trincomalee was developed and earned. The city is home to 189 historical monuments such as the Bhadrakali Amman Kovil, Trincomalee Hindu Cultural Hall and the Trincomalee Hindu College which was opened in 1897. Read More



The southern coast of the island is full of many beautiful beaches for a perfect beach vacation, and the attractions in Mirissa tend to make it even more attractive. In addition to its scenic beach atmosphere, the seaside town is also known for some exciting water sports and natural attractions such as the Secret Beach and the famous Coconut Tree Mountain. Read More

hikkaduwa beach

Hikkaduwa Beach

The famous Hikkaduwa Beach City is one of the best beaches in the island. Attractions in Hikkaduwa Tourist places in and around Hikkaduwa Tourist places in and around Hikkaduwa From Rathgama Lake to Sea Turtle Breeding Center and Rescue Center. Read More

beach in tangalle

Tangalle Beach

Situated on the southern coast of Sri Lanka, Beach in Tangalle is a paradise of untouched beaches kissed by blue waters and surrounded by swaying palm trees. Ideal for a beach vacation in Sri Lanka, come to Tangalle and explore the hustle and bustle of the place, from bird watching turtles to bird watching at the Kalametiya Bird Sanctuary. Read More

sinharaja rain forest lizard

Sinharaja Rain Forest

Sinharaja Rain Forest is the last vital area of the country in the primary tropical rain forests. More than 60% of the trees are endemic and most of them are considered rare. There are many endemic species of wildlife, especially birds, but the reserve is home to more than 50% of Sri Lanka’s endemic species of mammals and butterflies, as well as many species of insects, reptiles and rare amphibians. Read More

sigiriya painting

Sigiriya “The Lion Rock” history

A palace coup by Prince Kashyapa, the King’s son by a non-royal consort, and Migara, the king’s nephew and army commander, let ultimately to the seizure of the throne and the subsequent execution of Dhatusena. Sigiriya disappears from the history of Sri Lanka for a while. to the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries. It again appears as an outpost and military center of the Kandy kingdom. Read more about Sigiriya