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With varying climates and Geography packed into a small island, Sri Lanka offers a range of Adventure from the top of the Mountains to the golden sandy beaches.
Discover the best fun and thrilling things to do in Sri Lanka. There are a lot of unforgettable activiteis to do in Sri Lanka like Srufing, hiking, whale watching, hot air ballooning, boat ride and train tours etc.
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Sri Lanka, the paradise island – popularly known as the ‘pearl of the Indian Ocean’ is full of rich culture and heritage. With warm weather all year round, beautiful sandy beaches and its tropical fruits, delicious cuisine, fabulous gem collection and variety of wildlife.
Sri Lanka is the number one tourist destination that you can set foot in! Sri Lanka tourism has boomed over the past 2 years and should definitely be on your bucket list for your next vacation!
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There are no limits to the variety and number of plants and animals in Sri Lanka. Being a tropical island full of rain-forests, Sri Lanka has 21 national parks, including two marine national parks in Hikkaduwa and the famous Pigeon Island in Trincomalee.
Sri Lanka is also known for the highest density of leopards in the world at the famous Yala National Park. Another major attraction is the annual ‘elephant gathering’ which happens at the Minneriya National Park. This gathering is said to be the 6th animal spectacle in the world.
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Sri Lanka is very famous for its beaches. The entire tropical island nation is surrounded by blue crystal clear ocean creating beautiful and tranquil golden sandy beaches.
Struggling to choose between them? Here's a brief overview of the country's most famous beaches. One essential experience in Sri Lanka is to spend some time just lazing on a beautiful beach.
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Sri Lanka has enormous amount of culture and heritage-based resources. Sri Lanka is home to eight UNESCO World Heritage Sites: Six Cultural Sites and two Natural Forest Areas.
From enormous dagobas and remains of ancient buildings in the ruined cities of Anuradhapura and Polonnaruwa, to the awesome stairway to the temple at Dambulla, visitors can experience these World Heritage Sites within a compact area called the Cultural Triangle.