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Tourist Attractions in Sri Lanka

Sri Lanka is also a land of staggering contrast and spectacular beauty due to its compactness.Along the coast, visitors can explore amazing beaches, safari tours, guided walks through ancient cities, experience the culture and bit of modern Sri Lanka.We welcome you to find your unique Sri Lankan travel experience.

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Mirissa

Mirissa is a small town on the south coast of Sri Lanka, located in the Matara District of the Southern Province. Mirissa's beach and night life make it a popular tourist destinati

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St. Clairs Falls

This is the widest waterfall in Sri Lanka therefore St. Clair’s commonly known as Little Niagara of Sri Lanka.

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Shasthrawela

A Buddhist learning seat in the East

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Lahugala Kitulana Forest Reserve

Elephant feeding ground

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Dowa Rock Temple

Dowa Rock temple is one of the key sights in Badulla, Sri Lanka.

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Thewatta Besilika Church - National Basilica of Our Lady of Lan

Built to keep the promise of faith.

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Horton Plains

Horton Plains in Sri Lanka, is the coldest and most windy place in the country. It consists of ecosystems such as the evergreen forests of Montane, grasslands, swamp lands and the

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Beruwala Light House

If you have a dream to climb a lighthouse and enjoy the sunset from the tower, this dream can true during a lighthouse tour of Sri Lanka.

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Gonagolla Monastery

A monastery with cave murals.

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Neelagiri Stupa

The largest stupa of the east

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Doovili Ella

A pristine waterfall within virgin forest land

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Delft Temple

The first stop of Arhat Sangamitta Their

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