Sri Lanka is famous all year round for the exotic beaches and the golden sun. Explore beaches, jungles, tea groves, temples, and much more from our list of Sri Lanka's most lovely places.
An exciting multi cultural city with lots of parks, beaches, historic sites, museums. Explore the main attractions in Colombo.
Walking through the narrow streets of Galle fort is like walking into history when you soak in the past through its colonial splendor. This small town with a lot of historical buildings will give you a feel of an old European town.
A beautiful city with the Kandy Lake, and the Temple of Tooth, Kandy has a lot to offer, with its vast pre-colonial and colonial history.
After defeating Chola invaders who had been ruling Polonnaruwa for half a century, the medieval King Vijayabahu I chose Polonnaruwa as his capital.
This is one of the ancient capitals and famous for its well-preserved ruins of an ancient Sinhala civilization. It is one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in the world and one of the eight World Heritage Sites of Sri Lanka.
A city of classical antiquity, exuding an old-world charm in culture, religion and history.
A hill country district in Sri Lanka, with lots of wildlife, untouched nature parks and the famous Sigiriya Rock Fortress and Dambulla temple.
A popular tourist destination known for its cool climes and the magnificent Gregory Lake which sits in the middle of the city.
Hambantota offers a collection of amazing beaches, rich wildlife park & bird sanctuaries and ancient attractions. It is a must visit area on the island.
With full of stunning beaches Trincomalee has a lot to offer for anyone who is looking to spend some serious beach time.
A city known for its stunning sandy beaches, popular for Diving and Snorkeling also with a colonial influence.
With a rich history and having been standing strong against the Dutch, Portugese and British, Monaragala offers a lot.
Kurunegala district consists of three main kingdoms of Sri Lanka including Dambadeniya, Yapahuwa and Kurunegala.
Vavuniya is known for its rich history as it was part of Rajarata, a historical region under the direct administration of the late Kings
Badulla is in the central hills of Sri Lanka, most popular for the Ella Gap, Demodara Loop, Vedda people and Vedda culture.
Negombo, more affectionately known as the “Little Rome” of Sri Lanka is a romantic little coastal town.
Mullaitivu is a small fishing town, widely known for its history associated with the Sri Lankan civil war.
An intriguing destination with a more recent history, having been the de-facto capital of the Liberation Tigers (LTTE).
Formerly a prospering pearl fishery industry, Mannar is a city of great historical significance abundant with fascinating attractions echoing its past glory.
The ‘City of Gems’ hosts a range of spectacular attractions, ranging from waterfalls, rain forests and mountains, which are no less majestic and glorious.
Kegalle is home to some of the country’s remarkable waterfalls, nature reserves and iconic heritage sites.
From crumbling colonial relics to majestic cave temples, the cultural heritage of Sri Lanka is a marvelous sight for the avid traveler.
Sri Lanka has one of the highest rates of biological endemism in the world, both in plants and animals.
Discover a myriad of culinary delights to satisfy your cravings, or visit Sri Lanka’s markets to shop for affordable goods.
Sri Lankan beach holidays are a must-do when you visit the island, not to mention riding those perfect waves.