Dambulla Rock Cave Temple is acclaimed as the biggest and best preserved complex of Buddha images and rock paintings in South East Asia. Due to the importance of its historical contribution, the significance of its archaeological findings and the sublimity of its art, the Dambulla Temple was declared as a UNESCO Heritage Site in 1991.
Ella is one of those locations in Sri Lanka that is ideal for anyone who seeks a chance for relaxation. It has been ranked as the best eco-tourism destination in Sri Lanka. Today, Ella has become a must-visit spot by foreign tourists who flock to the island seeking travel leisure. Its breath-taking views and cool crisp […]
You’ll need two to three hours to explore Sigiriya Rock; visit in the early morning or late afternoon, when the crowds are less dense and the temperature is cooler The site divided into two sections: the rock itself, on whose summit Kassapa established his principal palace; and the area around the base of the rock, […]
Sightseeing in Nuwara Eliya either if you are passing the city or spending a couple of days there, gives the visitor an enchanting and memorable experience in the so-called town aptly named “Little England” which portrays a typical English town with the cool climate and the ever-present drizzle. On the way Sun dappled green hills […]
Mulgirigala Raja Maha Viharya, popularly known as Mulkirigala Rock Temple, is an ancient and an archaeological Buddhist temple in belongs to the magical era of third Century, contemporary with Sigiriya, Pidurangala and Buddhangala. It can be reached from Beliatta–Weeraketiya main road and turning off at Mulkirigala Junction. The temple is situated 2 kms from the Mulkirigala […]
Lipton’s Seat and Dambethenna Tea Estate are two Of the major attractions in Haputale. Lipton’s Seat is considered the number one attraction in Haputale, is a viewpoint on the Poonagala Mountain the highest point in the Badulla District in Dambethanne Tea Estate. Panorama at Liptons seat is one of the most popular attractions for the […]
Hantana mountain range off Kandy, which is among the more popular treks in Sri Lanka for the adventure-traveler. It entailed back-tracking — climbing to the peak and returning the same way; not ah end-to-end-trail, which meant starting off from one side of the mountain and ending the trek on the other.