Sri Lanka boasts of some of the world’s best beaches, and the interiors of the island nation also have a lot to offer. Here are some of the must-see tourist attractions in Sri Lanka.
Do you want to leave behind all your work deadlines and travel to a distant land far away from all the maddening rush? Are you looking to relax lazily on a hammock? Do you want to let go of all anxieties? Well, then a trip to Sri Lanka is your ultimate healer. With its pristine beaches, mosaic landscape and picturesque topography, Sri Lanka has so much to offer. So back your virtual bag and let’s run you through the best Sri Lanka tourist places.
The quant island is mapped with wonderous places to visit beginning from the peak in the north being Jaffna, which is a peep in to the past or the serene and tranquil beaches of Trincomalee, it is a journey of discovery. The historic ancient world is evident in Anuradhapura, which is the greatest monastic city of the ancient world. Then there is the giant formation of rock called Sigiriya which is a world heritage site towering over everything in the vicinity but a must see. Wildlife lovers! missing Yala National Park sightseeing will be regrettable. Whether it be to go on a safari drive a nature trail or just wildlife photography; Yala is must stop and a must visit.
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Hill Country of Sri Lanka
Amidst all the attractions the island has to offer, Sri Lanka’s hill country is the best way to enjoy the overwhelming natural beauty.
A large part of the hill country is covered by tea plantations that produce the delicious beverage of ‘Sri Lankan Tea’ which is loved by the entire world. Amidst the rolling tea estates are the tumbling waterfalls which are a marvel and a very pretty site. The hill country is with an irregular surface of hills and peaks of varying elevation, deep ravines and grassy plains, dense forests and open valleys, gentle streams with distinct climates, each with its special characteristics of animal and vegetable life. Amidst the enchanting hill country are country towns such as Nuwara Eliya and Bandarawela which can be reached by rail or car from the Island’s capital Colombo.