Choose to visit, the coastal towns north of the city of Negombo- Waikkal, Kalpitiya, and Puttalam- where cultural, religious and architectural influence of the Portuguese and the Dutch still remain. Untouched by mass tourism for the most part, the region has a varied landscape from beautiful sandy beaches to lagoons to lush paddy fields and Coconut plantations.
The sea off the coast of Kalpitiya is home to dolphins and whales while Wilpattu national park off the city of Puttalam is home to many wild life including mammals and birds.
Choose to visit, the coastal towns south of the city of Negombo- Mount Lavinia, Wadduwa, Kalutara, Beruwela, Bentota, Ahungalla and Hikkaduwa.
The western and south western coast line has been a popular destination amongst tourists looking for a short getaway to enjoy some of the best beaches, water sports, handicrafts and night life.
Choose to visit, The South Coast of Sri Lanka. The south cost of Sri Lanka is home to some of the best beaches the Island has to offer. A paradise for those looking to relax and enjoy the beach to the more adventurous wanting water sports, South coast is also known as a "transit" point to embark on wild life expeditions, and other explorations. Galle known for its Dutch fort and the cricket stadium, Unawatuna for its sandy beaches, Mirissa for Dolphin/Whale watching, Tangalle for its blow hole are all within a few hours of a drive from Colombo.
Choose to visit, The Cultural Triangle of Sri Lanka
Situated in the Central to North Central part of the Island, the Cultural Triangle is home to five of the UNESCO world Heritage sites. The ancient cities with historical, archeological, architectural and cultural values, that are thousands of years old is what makes this "triangle" unique and educational to all those who visit.
Choose to visit, the hill country of Sri Lanka
Few, if any, small islands have as much geographical diversity as Sri Lanka's tea-growing hill country. The region covered with mountains, valleys and waterfalls offer breathtaking landscapes that are soothing to the eye. The luminous green tea estates well maintained to look like vacuumed carpets and sweet-scented Cyprus and Eucalyptus trees that add a unique scent to the freshness of the air has made the hill country a sort after destination for those looking for a relaxing vacation.
Nuwara Eliya, Hatton and Ella are all quaint hill country towns and villages that offer unique experiences to the experiential traveller. For an even more unique experience, travel to Ella by train for one of the most enchanting train journeys in the world.
Choose to visit, the East Coast of Sri Lanka famed for its soft white sandy beaches and aquamarine blues. This part of the country is ideally visited by beach-lovers from May until October with July-August being peak season. However during the months of February and March, Trincomalee, one of its popular destinations is rife for Whale and Dolphin watching. The coastal line is dominated by lagoons, the largest being in Batticaloa. Relatively unchartered and unspoilt by commerce, these beaches can be accessed through the Cultural triangle providing opportunity for combinations.
Choose to visit the many wildlife parks of Sri Lanka, which despite being an Island, offers many wildlife attractions to visitors that are looking for adventures in the wild. With a rich history of conservation efforts in Sri Lanka dating back to the 3rd Century BC with the first recorded protected reserve in Mihintale, the country today is home to 21 National parks administered by the Department of Wildlife Conservation. With some accessible by Safari Jeeps and others by foot with varying difficulty, wild life expeditions are available to the young and the old, to the wildlife buff or the amateur.
Sri Lanka is popular for its large population of Leopards and Elephants as well as many other mammals such as wild boar, spotted deer, barking deer, jackal, sambar water buffalo, sloth bear, giant squirrel, crocodiles and monkeys amongst many others. There are over 400 varieties of known bird species with some being migratory birds. The national parks are also known to have a variety of reptiles and fish life.