If you prefer cycling but aren't so keen on struggling with uphill climbs, there are many interesting trails in the lowlands of Sri Lanka that take you through a beautiful landscape of tea, rubber and spice plantations or even the ancient capital of POLONNARUWA .
Our holidays are adventure and nature based where you see real Sri Lanka that is not experienced by everyday tourists. We try as much as possible to keep away from the more popular places visited by every day tourists. We want you to visit a place where you see Sri Lankans and Sri Lanka
Sri Lanka 's abundant bird-life makes the island a true Ornithologist's paradise. Of the 427 recorded species, 250 are resident and 23 are endemic to the country. With such a variety of environments ranging from wet to dry zone, forest to jungle, and hill country to low lands, there's no e
Sri Lanka’s hill country is a land of tea-laden hillsides, gurgling waterfalls, stirring mountains and clear hill-country air. Here, in temperatures akin to a beautiful English summer’s day, is wonderful walking country.
Jeep safaris are designed to make you experience the real spirit of the national park
A mountain of mists, mysteries and an abundance of plants widely used in traditional Sri Lankan medicine because of their legendary healing properties.
The Sigiriya rock fortress, a spectacular and once-impregnable edifice built atop a massive 660ft (200m) granite column, dominates the surrounding plain. The topmost fortress, accessible after a lengthy climb that ends in a vertiginous metal spiral staircase, is literally the highpoint of
The 16,494-acre (6,675-hectare) Kaudulla National Park was created in 2002 to provide more space for Sri Lanka’s growing numbers of wild elephants, and a migration route between Minneriya and Wasgomuwa national parks to the south.
Two hundred elephants gathered to bath and socialize in the waters of the ancient man-made lake in Minneriya National Park is truly a wondrous sight to behold. They will have arrived from all corners of this best know of Sri Lanka’s many wildlife sanctuaries:
Enjoy a village walk in Hiriwaduna. This is a small village in Habarana, close to the city of Sigiriya. The village is home to a small number of villagers who live about their simple lives in the midst of nature, and wildlife. Their main livelihood is fishing or agriculture.
Staying at the appropriately named Heritage Hotel, you will be perfectly placed to explore history..
No visit to Sri Lanka would be complete without seeing the best of our renowned Cultural Triangle,..