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Sri Lanka

The Sri Lanka, a lush island in the Indian Ocean, is a gem that is attracting more and more tourists from all over the world. This small island is home to a rich fauna, very different landscapes, and varied tourist sites. Being on a busy sea route, it has suffered many influences. Remained dormant because of the terrible conflict that ravaged the North and East of the country in the 2000s, Sri Lanka welcomes tourists today with open arms. In addition there is a real concern to protect the environment.

It is now time to go to Sri Lanka, to enjoy its wonders before the coaches pour too many groups of tourists from Europe and China. Throughout the year there is always a region of Sri Lanka where the weather is mild.

Sri Lanka is the booming destination of the moment. Temples and culture, beautiful beaches for surfers, safari in the nature, tea plantations, elephants, the famous citadel of Sigiriya with a breathtaking view: a variety of excursions varied on such a small territory.

Sri Lanka: Travel tips and itineraries
Sigiriya Lion Rock Fortress
The Pinnawala Elephant Orphanage
Polonnaruwa, the second capital of Sri Lanka
The golden temple of Dambulla
Visit Kandy: top 3 to see and to do
Nuwara Eliya, tea plantations and an air of little England
Mackwoods tea plantation
Wild Safari at Yala National Park
Galle, the Portuguese fortified city
Sri Lanka: Travel tips and itineraries
Sigiriya Lion Rock Fortress
The Pinnawala Elephant Orphanage
Polonnaruwa, the second capital of Sri Lanka
The golden temple of Dambulla
Visit Kandy: top 3 to see and to do
Nuwara Eliya, tea plantations and an air of little England
Mackwoods tea plantation
Wild Safari at Yala National Park
Galle, the Portuguese fortified city

Visit also

Itinerary Sri Lanka
Reunion Island
Sigiriya
Elephant Orphanage
Kandy
Dambulla
Yala National Park
Polonnaruwa
Mackwoods tea plantation
Nuwara Eliya
Thailand
Galle

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