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  • The Citadel of Anuradhapura, the first capital of Sri Lanka which remained the seat of government for centuries, is symbolic of the golden era of Sri Lanka. With the embrace of Buddhism by the King Devanampiyatissa in the 3rd century B.C, Buddhism received royal patronage and support. As a result, Anuradhapura remains a city that resembles...
  • Polonnaruwa is the second capital of Sri Lanka from the mid 11 th century until the 13 th Century. The Parakrama Samudraya built by King Prakramabahu is a living example of the irrigation systems during this era.
  • The citadel of Sigiriya, the literal fortress in the Sky, founded 1,500 years ago by the King Kassapa (447-495 A.D.), is one of the most remarkable creations in the world for its construction, artistry and irrigation. Once being a resort of pleasure, a citadel of beauty and fortress of strength, today, Sigiriya offers her visitors...

  • Kandy the hill capital, the last kingdom in Sri Lankan history, as described by the British Governor Sir William Gregory (1872 – 1877), is the “loveliest town in the loveliest island”. Kandy was identified as the most picturesque spot in the British Empire. While being the most venerated city among the Buddhists world over due...
  • Situated 309 km south of Colombo, Yala is approximately 1,259 sq .Km in extent and is located in the south eastern corner of the island. Its northern boundaries border the Lahugala Elephant Sanctuary and it has the added bonus of a scenic ocean frontage. The terrain is varied – flat plains alternating with rocky outcrops.
  • A characteristic fishing town north of Colombo, it is a mere 6 km from the international airport. Set amid lush groves of coconut palms, it breaches the spirit of the sea. Negombo is a gourmet's paradise with sea food in plenty. Old world fishing craft, like the outrigger canoe and the catamaran, bring sea, skipjack,...