Travel in Srilanka

Are you looking for a holiday to a tropical place to enjoy nature in its prime surrounded by flora and fauna of all sorts? Travel to Sri Lanka this season and catch glimpses of wildlife in their natural habitat itself. Sri Lanka is famous for being a home to elephants, leopards, deer, sloth bears and various species of birds. A safari in Yala National Park will give you the opportunity to see these wild creatures with your own eyes. Also, the Pinnawala elephant orphanage is a famous tourist attraction because visitors get the rare chance to feed cute baby elephants. Not just those animals on land, but you can go swimming with blue whales and dolphins if you are up for it.If not, you can simply go whale and dolphin watching in the safety of a boat.Galle in the Southern Province of Sri Lanka is a top tourist attraction owing to the stretches of pristine beaches and the Old Dutch Fort. Travel in Sri Lanka to taste the spicy, succulent, mouthwatering local dishes.

They will gratify your taste buds like never before. The Buddhist temples around the country are numerous, and a lot of them are cave temples built by kings long ago. The Dambulla Cave Temple, which is also a UNESCO world heritage site is one such temple where you’ll be left speechless gazing at the Buddha statues and cave paintings from thousands of years ago.

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    If you decide to travel to Sri Lanka, you must take a train journey. The most scenic route is from Kandy to Ella Rock. Trek across vast green tea estates along your journey to Ella Rock. The reward for the four-hour long journey on foot is the fantastic view from the top of the Ella Rock. Also, the journey from Colombo to Jaffna in the Yal Devi Train is a remarkable one.