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Royal Botanical Garden

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As Sri Lanka’s largest garden an elegant and spacious 147-acres (60-hectares) plenty of time is needed to stroll Peradeniya’s imposing Avenue of Royal Palms at 460 meters above sea level, and with a 200-day annual rainfall. There are some 4,000 different species of plants at...

Minneriya National Park

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Located between Sigiriya and Polonnaruwa the 8890 hectares of Minneriya National Park is an ideal eco-tourism location in Sri Lanka . The park consists of mixed evergreen forest and scrub areas and is home to Sri Lanka’s favourites such as Sambar deer, leopards and...

Galle

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Galle is a city on the southwest coast of Sri Lanka, one time principal port of Ceylon. It’s known for Galle Fort, the fortified old city founded by Portuguese colonists in the 15th century. Stone sea walls, expanded by the Dutch in 1663, encircle car-free streets with...

The Kandyan Art Association & Cultural Centre

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The Kandyan Art Association & Cultural Centre has worthy displays of local crafts and an auditorium that features the graceful and rhythmic performances of Kandyan Dancers. Recommended time to visit is around 3.00pm to witness the cultural shows which includes Kandyan dancing...

Kosgoda

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Kosgoda is famous for its turtle hatchery- operated by the Wild Life Protection Society of Sri Lanka. It was established in 1981 to protect Sri Lanka’s turtles from extinction. The hatchery pays fishermen for eggs that they collect at night along the sandy beach. Visitors...

Hikkaduwa – Glass Bottom Boat Ride

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Hikkaduwa Coral Sanctuary, established in 1988, ensures the underwater world is accessible to all whether they can dive or not. Snorkelling in the shallow waters only 200m off shore is possible. The less adventurous can always take a glass-bottomed boat ride, though this is...

Hikkaduwa

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Hikkaduwa is a popular city amongst tourists eager to enjoy the beautiful beaches that Sri Lanka has to offer. This tourist town is well-experienced with what tourists want, so you can arrange almost anything from swimming, diving and fishing to water-sports like water skiing,...

Yala National Park

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Yala National Park (also known as Ruhunu National Park) is the most visited and second largest national park in Sri Lanka. Actually it consists of five blocks, two of which are now open to the public; and also adjoining parks. It is situated in the southeast region of the...

Nuwara Eliya

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Decidedly English in some way (houses, gardens and places names) and was actually planned to be an English village by a pioneering Englishman, Sir Samuel Baker in the mid-19th Century. Nuwara Eliya was home away from home for the British colonialist in the 19th century. Th...

Pinnawala Elephant Orphanage

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The Pinnawala Elephant Orphanage was first established by the Sri Lankan Department of Wildlife Conservation in 1975 for feeding and providing care and sanctuary to orphaned baby elephants that were found in the wild. The orphanage was first located at the Wilpattu National Park,...
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