FINAL-Home Ayubowan copySri Lanka is officially known as “The Democratic Socialist Republic of Sri Lanka”. It is an island country in the Indian Ocean of the southern coast of the Indian subcontinent in South Asia. It was known as Tambapanni, Sihaladeepa, Taprobane, Serendib, Seylan, etc… in the ancient times and until 1972 as Ceylon. Its documented history spans 3,000 years, with evidence of pre-historic human settlements dating back to at least 125,000 years.Its geographic location and deep harbours made it of great strategic importance from the time of the ancient Silk Road through to World War II. Sri Lanka also has tremendous natural treasures, cultural and ethnic diversity, as well as a long and distinguished history enriched by centuries of foreign influence. The Portuguese, Dutch and British have all left their marks here, making for a delightful mix of ancient cities, monuments and grand colonial architectures.[Read More]

World Heritage Sites in Sri Lanka

The World Heritage List compiled by UNESCO of places that are considered part of the world’s heritage which should be protected, includes eight remarkable attractions in Sri Lanka. These are the ruins of the ancient kingdom of Anuradhapura, which flourished from the 5th century BC until the 10th century; the ruins of the successor kingdom, Polonnaruwa (9th to 14th century) and the incredible Sigiriya Rock, which became a fortress in the 5th century. The entire city of Kandy (the seat of kings from the 16th to the 19th century) with its revered temple is a World Heritage site as is the Dambulla caves and temple dating from the 1st century BC. Galle Fort begun by the Portuguese in 1588, is number 200 on UNESCO’s list. There are two natural landmarks on the list: the Sinharaja Forest Reserve and the Central Highlands (Peak Wilderness, Horton Plains, and the Knuckles Conservation Forest.)


With varying climates and Geography packed into a small island Sri Lanka offers a range of adventures from the top of the mountains to the depths of the oceans.
We invite you to join us on our Adventures Holidays as we offer a kaleidoscope of experiences, ranging from wildlife, heritage & history, Land or offshore exploration, Cultural mysteries and many more activities that has never been publicized before.
Rafting | Hiking | Trekking | Cycling | Hot Air Balloon Ride | Surfing | Snorkeling | Diving


Sri Lanka is a country which Journey to the upper Hill side of Sri Lanka definitely offers a maximum relaxation for both of the body and mind. The calm and quite nature allows anyone to enjoy the pleasure of freedom. Hill side of the pearl of the Indian ocean get the highest attention among tourists who comes from different parts of the world because it is the best place all over the world for realizing the maximum entertainment of plenty of enjoyable activities for any one in any age such as, Climbing Mountains | Getting Wet By Watching Waterfalls | Watching Picturesque Estates | Feel the Clement Weather in the Hills | Attending in Horse Ridding | Explore the jungles in the misty mountain tops


Sri Lanka is very famous for its beaches. The entire island is surrounded by blue crystal clear ocean. As a matter of fact, a lot of hotels are based near the beaches.Some beaches even have a historical significance. The beautiful, breath-taking and panoramic views of the western, southern, eastern and northern coastlines are yet another proof of choosing this island as your ultimate holiday destination. Sun-bathing and sea-bathing all year round due to the fact that the country is a tropical one. The beaches around the northern coastline are fringed with palm trees whereas the rest of the coastlines are bordered with coconut trees and thereby providing a best chance to learn how to produce toddy. Hikkaduwa | Negombo | Unawatuna | Arugam Bay | Bentota | Mount Lavinia | Kalutara | Tangalle | Nilaveli | Alankuda (Kalpitiya)

Wild Life

One of the many reasons as to why people visit Sri Lanka is because of its very diverse wildlife. From flora to fauna, a lot of species are only endemic to Sri Lanka. A lot of people, even the locals come to nature reserves and forests to get a glimpse of rare creatures for maybe once in their whole lifetime. Alot of nature reserves and santuaries are in Sri Lanka in order to protect the wildlife from human interests that might harm the animals including poaching. Visitors are allowed in to these reserves where you can take safari trips with a trained guide provided by the reserves themselves. The following is the list of some of the famous reserves for people to visit.
Wilpattu | Yaala | Minneriya | Udwalawe | Bundala


Pinnawala Elephant Orphanage | Udawalawe Transit Home | Botonical Gardens | Ayurvedic Massage | Spice Garden | Elephant Safari | Village Safari | Boat Safari | Dolphin & Whale Watching | Turtle Hatchery | Ethnic People & Races | Trains | Shops