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Sri Lanka is a land of endless discovery, filled with natural beauty, cultural landmarks, and exciting adventures. Whether you're seeking the thrill of a safari or the peace of a Buddhist temple, our island has it all. Explore the tea plantations of Ella or hike to the top of Adam's Peak for panoramic views. Soak up the sun on one of our breathtaking beaches or take a cultural tour of Kandy. Let us help you create unforgettable memories in Sri Lanka.


Stretching along the Indian Ocean, Colombo the commercial capital is a city of extravagant colonial architecture, interposed with the modern glass towers of commerce

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The Cultural Triangle

“Rajarata” The Land of Kings as it is known locally. The North Central province is the heart of ancient Sri Lanka dating back to the 4th century BC; from here over 20 centuries, the Kings of Sri Lanka fought invaders, built majestic cities and citadels, and fostered Buddhism.

There are 6 UNESCO World Heritage sites within this beautiful part of Sri Lanka.

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Kalpitiya & the West

The quieter North Western coastline of Sri Lanka offers a unique blend of natural beauty, wildlife encounters, cultural heritage, and religious sites. Kalpitya lagoon is very popular with the Kite & Wind Surfing community and the region is also home to the magnificent Wilpattu national park.


The hill country capital is situated on plains 500 metres above sea level. Surrounded by mountain ranges and built around Kandy Lake, is an important centre of Sinhalese culture and home to what is believed to be the tooth relic of the Buddha. Which is housed in the impressive Temple of the Tooth and paraded annually in the extravagant Esala Perhera.

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Galle & the South

This coastline of Sri Lanka has made the island famous as must go destination. With iconic locations such as the walled city of Galle, the beach towns of Weligama, Mirissa, Hireketiya, and the magnificent Yala National Park. The South Coast is known for its stunning natural beauty, pristine beaches, rich cultural heritage and the buzz of great restaurants and beach bars make it one of Sri Lanka's most visited regions.

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The Hill Country

"Up Country" as it is known locally sits at an average altitude of 1890 metres above sea level and is situated at the centre of the Island. A land of eternal spring, misty mountains, winding roads, breathtaking mountain passes, rolling hills carpeted with tea bushes, beautiful waterfalls and lush greenery, are the attractions of this beautiful part of Sri Lanka.

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Arugam Bay & the East

Off the beaten track and a haven for surfers in the know! The Eastern coastline of Sri Lanka offers a unique blend of pristine beaches, adventure sports, cultural heritage, and wildlife experiences. Whether you're a nature lover, a history enthusiast, or simply seeking relaxation, the Eastern Coast has something to offer for everyone

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Jaffna & the North

Off the tourist trail, Jaffna & the Northern region of Sri Lanka offers a unique blend of cultural heritage, natural beauty, and a chance to discover the rich Tamil traditions. From exploring historical sites to indulging in delicious cuisine, the North provides a distinct experience that is both fascinating and unforgettable.

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