Traditional Ayurveda for Well Being

With origins from over 4000 years, Ayurveda is the result of extensive research and analysis done mostly throughout the Indian subcontinent. Sri Lanka’s wealthy array of herbs provided fertile ammunition for historical sages and locals who gathered them with care … Read More

Twelve Good reasons to visit Sri Lanka

Sri Lanka being an island nation of 65,610 square kilometers, offers a visitor most of the attractions that most other countries could similarly offer within the shortest possible time span. This is the most unique feature about Sri Lanka apart … Read More

Colors of Sri Lanka

From the time a visitor arrives in Sri Lanka until departure, he or she will be continuously met with a vivid array of colors reflecting from all elements of living and non-living items ranging from the basic form of Sri … Read More

Sunrise at Adam’s Peak – Holy Mountain of Sri Lanka

A long an arduous climb to the top of a steep mountain undertaken by a flock of 90 year old grandmothers chanting  devotional songs are a common sight during the peak period of climbing of the most revered mountain in … Read More

Highlights whilst Touring Sri Lanka

Sri Lanka has a whole host of options for the traveler, from lying on a picture postcard beach to scaling great rocks or mountains and seeking out ancient cities. There are impressive landscapes to take in, friendly native people to talk … Read MoreRead More

Sri Lanka – Truly a Small Miracle?

Sri Lanka’s “small miracle” denotes the mysteries of Sri Lanka and how it holds so many different features in such a small geographical area. The island nation boasts of a kaleidoscope of natural attractions which could attract the most discerning … Read More

Vignettes of Sinharaja

by Jagath Kodituwakku Spreading over the districts of Ratnapura, Galle and Matara, Sinharaja, our great tropical rain forest, by all accounts is a vast repository of national wealth. Given its sheer size, biological diversity and the history therein, Sinharaja naturally … Read MoreRead More

Meet the largest mammals off the shores of Sri Lanka

  The popularity of whale watching holidays which takes place in the thrilling open sea, provides spectacular scenery of these magnificent cetaceans mammals. The island of Sri Lanka has long been a hotspot for whales and dolphins, in 1979 a part … Read More

Get a Yala of this: A Visit to a Sri Lankan National Park

By Nabeel Shariff 5.15 a.m., I hear a thud on the front of my cabana, with a slither of sunlight peeping through my batik curtain. Unaware of my surroundings I open the door to be greeted by a wild boar … Read MoreRead More