Explore Srilanka's history and romantic places
Srilanka is an island gifted by shining blue water. Therefore, it is most popular for beaches among travellers.
In Sri Lanka, you can discover rich and enormous cultural heritage.
In Sri Lanka, you can get experience in water base, air base, earth base and many kinds of activities.
The traditional Ayurveda healing methods and exercises vary from Ayurvedic steam baths and saunas to meditation, acupuncture, energy medicine and yoga. Based on herbs and diet, it was the regions only treatment method until the introduction of western medication.
"Ayurveda" which derives from ancient Sanskrit means ‘’the Science of life’’ which has a holistic approach to the ways the body and mind can be treated. Ayurveda consists of three vital forces – Vata (wind), Pita (fire) and Kapha (earth).Ayurveda is known for its amazing healing methods for certain illnesses which even surpasses western medica- tion practices, and Ayurveda treatment methods have captured the western world and most tourists have recognized Sri Lanka as their destination of choice for medication.
A first Century BC temple which hosts an ancient map of Sri Lanka.
The adopted home of Sri Lankan Indigenous community.
Wasgamuwa National Park is a natural park in Sri Lanka situated in the Matale and Polonnaruwa Districts. The park is situated 225 km away from Colombo.
Delft Wild Horses
One of the natural deep water harbor in the world located 257km north east from the Colombo.
Immortalizing the pious King of Lanka.
Koneswaram temple also known as Dakshinakailasha is a classical-medieval Hindu temple dedicated to Lord Shiva in Trincomalee, Eastern Sri Lanka.
Dunhinda is the most charming falls in Sri Lanka and is near the town of Badulla.
King Dutugemunu found a silver (ridi) ore mine which was used to finance the building of the gigantic Ruwanweli Seya .
A reservoir bordering Gal Oya National Park.
Dome shaped dwellings constructed for tsunami displaced.