• Attractions


    In 377 BC Anuradhapura became the first capital of Sri Lanka and is represented as the Buddhist central city in Sri Lanka. Many of the ancient ruins here include stupas built with sun dried bricks having many different shapes, as well as statues, palaces, sculptures, temples and reservoirs.


    Named one of UNESCO’s World Heritage sites, Polonnaruwa served as the capital of medieval Sri Lanka. The main attractions include well preserved statues, sculptures and vast irrigation reservoirs, all built in the 11th and 12th century.


    Sigiriya is another World Heritage city in Sri Lanka which is also a major archeological site in Asia.This city and palace displays the engineering prowess of 5th century builders, such as urban planning, architecture, hydraulics, civil engineering, landscaping, sculpture and painting. And it is most famous for the frescoes depicting topless women.


    In the Dambulla Golden rock cave temple, there are complex of caves that dates back to 1st century BC. Inside there are well preserved colorful ceiling and wall paintings and statues the Buddha. It is a main attraction of Buddhist pilgrimage in Sri Lanka.

    Kandy Temple of Tooth

    Home of Buddha’s revered tooth relic, the Temple of Tooth is located in the last kingdom of Sri Lanka, Kandy. The tradition of drumming and chanting in honor of the tooth relic takes place thrice daily, all year round. And the Kandy Esala Perahara (The procession of Esala) takes place every year in July – August in honor of the Tooth relic. It comprises of many events including dancers, drummers, colorfully dressed elephants and many other attractions.

    The Hill country of Nuwara Eliya

    Nuwara Eliya is the highest hill country area of Sri Lanka with a height of 3000 to 8000 feet above sea level. Many consider Nuwara Eliya as the most British town in Sri Lanka as there are many colonial style buildings in the area. Aside from that there are tea plantations, picturesque gardens, misty green hills and breathtaking waterfalls making it the most beautiful part in Sri Lanka.


    Named the capital city of the Southern province of Sri Lanka, Galle has a natural harbor and the Galle Fort which is also a World Heritage site. There are many colonial Dutch villas, museums, ramparts, timeworn stone walls and the elegant Dutch reformed church.


    Being the commercial capital of Sri Lanka, Colombo is inhabited by over a million residents. It is now the main business district housing shops, office blocks, high class hotels, government buildings, and many charming old buildings of the Dutch and British colonial period. In this modern city there are several attractions that hold the Tourist attention. Namely, the National museums, Buddhist and Hindu temples, old churches, beautiful city parks, restaurants, and shopping malls.