The Telegraph UK, dubbed ‘the top people’s newspaper’, lauds the delights of our ‘must-go-now’ tropical Paradise beaches—“ravishing green landscape surrounded by glorious white sand, all contained within a malaria-free island”.
Monthly Archive: January 2017
TravelWireNews: Of the 1, 798, 380 tourists arrivals in Sri Lanka in 2015, only 375, 735 of them—about 20%—visited the country’ s wildlife reserves, including Yala National Park (pictured).
It’s that Friday Night Fever feeling—and here’s a little something that will raise the temperature of even the most adventurous weekend warrior’s jaded palette.
Sunday Observer: Sri Lanka, with its 1,340km coastline, can greatly benefit from marine and nautical tourism, says tour operator and hotelier Dr Dietmar Döering.
A collection of beautiful black-and-white pictures of Sri Lanka are posted on the website of South African photographer Michiel de Lange, who visited the island twice last year.
Some of the best written and most informative posts featuring Sri Lanka come to us courtesy of French photographer Gilles Barbier in his travel blog Grand Escapades.
Sri Lanka has made the cut in the National Geographic Traveller photography competition, which includes images across six categories ranging from Northern Ireland to Nepal.
The guys at travel blog Hand Luggage Only have posted a terrific 8 Fantastic Things To Do In Sri Lanka video that really captures their many great moments during a first-time visit.