Planning a week-long trip to Sri Lanka? Here are some must-see spots to include in your itinerary. From sunny beaches to rolling countrysides, and national parks to UNESCO World Heritage Sites, the island’s got it all.
Kalpitiya, back then and still is a fisher town with sights of sun-dried salted fish. But, in between those years, someone saw pods of dolphins having the time of their lives in the unspoilt deep waters. This led to an avalanche of dolphin watching Sri Lanka was previously not famous for. Read on more for details.
If you’ve been wondering where to travel in Sri Lanka to find that truly unique experience, try Ella. Tucked into a rugged plateau that races down into a narrow, winsome valley, this elven quarter of the central highlands offers three unique experiences you will not find elsewhere.
When you decide to stay in Colombo or anywhere in Sri Lanka, prepare your taste buds for a roller coaster of flavours. Known for our "pancake extensions" with crispy fringes are what the locals refer to as ‘hoppers’ in English and ‘aappa’ in Sinhala.
Unlike congested and crowded Colombo city, the old town of Galle is historically preserved and protected in an invisible bubble. Hotels in Galle, Sri Lanka are easy to find and range from budget friendly to luxury properties, making it one of the major plus points for travellers!
The trading hub of Colombo, Pettah nestles street shops, payment hawkers and a sea of people. The hustle and bustle this city slows down only after late evening. Among the multitude of commercial landscapes, on 2nd Cross Street lies a unique mosque often dubbed "the Red Mosque".
If family holidays conjure vague memories of screaming toddlers, teenage attitude and parental frustration, here’s help. These three holiday destinations in Sri Lanka combine just the right mix of fun, excitement and relaxation to keep both you and the kids happy.
With travel trends picking up, solo travel is high on the bucket list of travel trend setters. Sri Lanka is an island you can experience a lot more and get right into if you explore it at your own pace and in your own style. If solo travel is on your bucket list, here is our contribution to help you get started.
Be it the east coast or the west, Sri Lankan beaches don't disappoint. Planning on heading to some of our beaches this holiday season? To make life easy for you, we've narrowed it down to our top five.
The hill country of Sri Lanka is filled with many hiking destinations that are great for budget trips. Whether you’re an adrenaline junkie or looking for something a little more laid back our budget hotels in Kandy comes recommended for its centralised locations and picturesque landscapes.