Sri Lanka has always been a place for travel lovers. From cultural diversity to the amazing food, from beautiful festivals to the adventure games, Sri Lanka always welcome its tourists with open hands. Mumbai Travellers brings you 11 Reasons why Sri Lanka Should be your next Travel Destination. 🙂

Sit back and explore the 11 reasons why you should leave for Sri Lankan holiday tour RIGHT NOW!!

1Adventure Tourism in Sri Lanka :


1600 km of coastline, a blessing to water-sport lovers; an ideal location for wind-surfing, water-skiing, surfing, sailing, scuba-diving, wreck-diving, snorkeling, speed-boating, and banana-boating. Varied landscape, over 100 rivers offers white-water rafting, para-gliding, cave trekking and mountain biking.

2. Srilankan Cuisine :

Sri Lankan staples includes hoppers (pancake-like), string hoppers (steamed rice noodles) and pittu (a mixture of flour and coconut). Lamparis – rice and accompaniments baked in plantain leaves – is a legacy of the Dutch. Desserts include buffalo curd eaten with palm-honey, and the Malay-derived caramel-like wattalapam.

3. Festivals in Sri Lanka


Numerous colorful festivals, giving new life to ancient traditions and spiritual practices of the islanders, are not to be missed. Aluth Avurudda- the Hindu and Buddhist New Year’s festival in April is a highlight for all senses. Kandy festival- the glimpse of ancient costumes, vibrant dances, music and decorated elephants unleash the beauty of the rich tradition of the island.

4. Tea Planation in Sri Lanka


Sri Lanka is the world’s fourth largest producer of tea. On average, Sri Lankans drink three cups per day. In an attempt to compete with China‘s tea production, the British introduced tea plantations to Sri Lanka in 1867 and since, the country has become the producer of some of the world’s finest teas, from single origins to mixed fruit blends.

5. Beaches in Sri Lanka


Honeymoon? Romantic vacation getaway? Come to Sri Lanka and you wont be disappointed. Brilliant white sand and palm-lined: the choice of beaches with the azure-blue Indian Ocean is inexhaustible. In the southeast of island, Arugram Bay is a crescent of golden sand that offers barreling breaks during summer days and beach parties galore on balmy nights. In winter, drag your board to Weligama.
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6. Hotels and Resorts in Sri Lanka :


Colombo features not only a host of modern hotels but also iconic colonial-era hotels with the charm and romance of bygone era. The coastal resort hotels, designed by Geoffrey Bawa, one of the 20th-century’s foremost Asian architects. Hill country towns such as Kandy, Nuwara eliya and Bandarawela feature colonial era hotels.
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7. Wildlife in Sri Lanka :


Sri Lanka is a haven for nature lovers: from whale watching on the southernmost point Dondra Head to an elephant encounter in the Mannerly National Park or Expeditions in rainforest of Sinharaja. It is a country with 14 national parks, home to many mammalian species and also an ornithologist’s paradise.
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8. Caves in Sri Lanka :


Caving activity is relatively new to Sri Lanka , but with an impressive range of caves located throughout the country it’s an unusual experience not to be missed! Caving involves the exploration, surveying, mapping and photographing of caves situated around Sri Lanka . With some of Sri Lanka’s caves dating back approximately 500 million years, this is an adventure into the prehistoric!
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9. Shopping in Sri Lanka


Haggling with a handicraft-seller while sunbathing on the beach: choosing from village stores, the Kade, while side stepping sacks of rice; shopping here takes many forms. Handicrafts designs as Makara (mythical animal, lion, and swan),brass wares, silverwares, gemstones, handloom textiles and wood carvings that make excellent souvenirs.
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10. Culture of Sri Lanka


Sri Lanka is one of the few countries with a very vast and rich cultural diversity. The culture is itself very unique and thereby contributes to the Sri Lankan identity. Sri Lankan culture includes a lot of customs and rituals, whish date to more than 2000 years which were handed down from generation to generation. The most prominent feature of the Sri Lankan is its colorful festivals , which is one of the main tourist attractions. Religion plays an important role in molding the Sri Lankan culture and traditions.

Sri Lankan culture if often reflected by the use of art, architecture, sculptures ,and even food. Some people would say that Sri Lanka has a more conventional culture which is obviously influenced by the prominent religions prevailing the country such as Buddhism, Hinduism, Islam , etc. The Sri Lankan way of life is very simple and filled with humility and happiness, this is one of the reasons why the Sri Lankans have a very great sense in appreciating the simple things in life such as nature.
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11. Ayurveda in Sri Lanka


Sri Lanka has always been a place that refreshes not just the mind and body, but also soul and spirit. It is perfect place for relaxation, just pack bags and stay at one of the health resorts in arms of Ayurveda, the 2000 year old medicine.
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