Financial Times UK travel editor Maria Shollenbarger shares her island insights in a ‘How To Spend It’ piece extolling five of Sri Lanka’s best-known luxury hotels.
Monthly Archive: February 2017
More madness, more mayhem, and much, much more fun! Yes, it’s that time of year again! Time for this year’s The Lanka Challenge tuk-tuk tearaways to take on the best Sri Lanka has to offer.
If it was possible to actually wear an exotic location like a bejeweled fashion accessory, we’re sure the equally exotic former German model Leonie would find a way.
One of the most extraordinary buildings in Sri Lanka reflects the architectural passion and eco-energy that flows through the creative grid of this tropical paradise island.
The city of Gall on Sri Lanka’s scenic south coast is not only a spectacular tourist destination, but also a major focus for foreigners wanting to buy or lease holiday and investment property.
Mail Online: Swimmer-turned-snowboarder Azquiya Usuph is an unlikely pioneer for winter sports in sun-kissed Sri Lanka. Following in the traditions of plucky triers such as British ski jumper Eddie ‘the Eagle’ Edwards, this Sri Lankan snowboarder has overcome her nerves to blaze a trail at the Asian Winter Games.
The Australian newspaper’s travel writer Kendall Hill extols a recent visit to Yala National Park, Sri Lanka’s premiere wildlife reserve, while luxuriating in the comforts of Chena Huts safari camp and beachfront lodge.
Being bitten by a deadly venomous snake ten years ago was a llife-changing event for Sanath Weeraratne, and good news for Sri Lanka’s nature-loving tourists and vsitors.