Find out everything you need to know about driving in Sri Lanka from getting your permit to where to rent a car and tips & tricks for Sri Lankan roads.
Visit the many nature reserves in Sri lanka and be taken on an exciting journey of spotting local wildlife. Meet Panthera Pardus Kotiya, the Sri Lankan Leopard, and watch herds of majestic wild elephants or go bird watching to spot the colorful species endemic to Sri Lanka.
Ecotourism in Sri Lanka is fast gaining popularity and as a part of this experience, your holiday will be transformed into a learning experience while enjoying the ultimate beauty of nature. When you choose to travel this way you will be expected to be more conscious of the environment and ensure that every activity you engage in has minimal impact on the environment.
While it’s encouraging to see travel ads popping up on our social media feeds once more, the question remains, how will post pandemic travel differ from travel as we used to it. These 3 post pandemic travel trends are expected to change the way we travel at least in the foreseeable future.
Tropical weather and the magnificently varied landscape ranging from hill country to lowlands and jungles to marshlands, make bird watching in Sri Lanka beyond phenomenal. More than half of the 427 recorded bird species have made the island their home country and as many as 23 are endemic.
The Indian Ocean surrounding Sri Lanka is a hotspot for catching a glimpse of the giant mammals of the deep. Whale watching in Sri Lanka is fast becoming one of the most popular attractions the island has to offer. Just off the southern coast near Dondra Point is the main meeting spot of these magnificent creatures.