Other sites in Sri Lanka

Cultural Triangle

Sri Lanka’s richest cultural heritage lies within the cultural triangle which is made up by linking three ancient capitals:- Anuradhapura, Polonnaruwa and Kandy, with Sigiriya and Dambulla in the middle. The cultural triangle consists of ancient palaces, Buddhist monasteries, cave temples, and ancient art complexes.

The cultural triangle can be visited in two days, and the travelling time from Colombo to these cities are as follows:
Kandy- 3hrs
Anuradhapua- 4.5hrs
Damubulla- 3.5hrs
Polonnaruwa- 4.5hrs
Sigiriya- 4hrs


Pristine Beaches

Sri Lanka is world renowned for its picture perfect, scenic beaches that stretch around the country.
Following are a few beaches you should visit during your stay in the island. 

Arugam Bay
Beruwela and Bentota
Dondra Head 
Passikudha and Kalkuda   



Sri Lanka, though small in size, is a place where you experience a diverse array of wildelife in just one day, from bird sanctuaries to elephants to blue whales.Take the time to experience the beauty of nature as you visit the following sites.

Bundala National Park
Gal Oya National Park
Kalpitiya – Dolphin Zone
Kumana Bird Sanctuary
Pinnawala Elephant Orphanage
Kosgoda Turtle Nursery
Udawalawe National Park
Wasgamuwa National Park
Wilpaththu National Park 
Yala National Park

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