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.
We Blog The World: It is nearing a month since I returned home from Sri Lanka, and I feel like I can still smell the aroma of spices and feel the vibrancy of the people, their kindness and see the diverse but yet strangely familiar wildlife.
Ella is one of the most strikingly beautiful locations in Sri Lanka. Set high among the peaks, valleys and tea plantations of our fabled Hill Country, it is without doubt one of this paradise island’s must-visit attractions.
Daily Telegraph travel and destinations correspondent Anthony Horowitz writes: “You can’t fly halfway around the world and just sit on a beach.