Sri Lanka, the South Asian beauty that lies in the Indian Ocean is one of the most sought-after tropical islands for laid-back vacations. However, the paradise island is not only one that pleases the eye but is also home to a range of rare wildlife, and a culture that is held dear by the people of the country.
Luxury Accommodation Options
Being a highly sought-after tourist hotspot, Sri Lanka is brimming with luxury hotels that align with international standards. Therefore, choosing a high-end lodging like Avani Kalutara Resort will be a simple task if your vacation destination is in Colombo, Negombo, Kandy, or any other Kalutara resort. These new hotel packages are often inclusive of adventure packages to ensure that guests are treated with world-class services.
Walk miles and miles of undisturbed tranquillity on the pristine shorelines of Sri Lankan beaches. The island is famed for its beaches, blessed with a tropical climate, guaranteeing a summer getaway for tourists that long for some fun in the sun. Whether your heart longs for some peace and quiet, a beach party or aquatic adventures, Sri Lanka has a beach to suit your every desire.
The ultimate island safari destination. Yes, Sri Lanka is known for its big game safaris and is perhaps one of the best, outside of Africa. The country shelters a wide array of wildlife that is both rare and beautiful. Some of these creatures are the infamous wild elephants, blue whales and sperm whales, leopards and birds.
A Culture Held Dear
Influenced by colonial rule and historical factors that run deep to the roots of the country’s civilisation, Sri Lankans hold their culture close to their hearts. The country boasts a documented history that spans back to as many years as 2000, as per ancient scriptures, and is quite rich in Buddhist heritage. The Portuguese, Dutch and the English however brought in a culture of Cricket, tea, gems and cinnamons that built the country’s love for sports and export industries, making them a significant part of Sri Lanka’s culture.