Give Sri Lanka’s renowned beaches ‘human rights’ to protect them from marine pollution says prominent local lawyer and eco-activist Harindrini Corea.
For an Aussie kiteboarding fanatic Luke Crantock and his family, Sri Lanka is the adventure playground that has everything, as he writes in The Weekend Australian.
The “secret eco-paradise” resort of Diyabubula in Sri Lanka was originally created by artist Laki Senanayake as a personal retreat.
Australian travellers are saying bye-bye Bali and flocking to Sri Lanka for its “pristine beaches, perfect weather and bargain resorts”, says the UK’s Mail Online newspaper website.
A high-profile effort to keep popular tourist beaches in Sri Lanka clear of plastic rubbish washed in on the tides has been launched.
The overwhelming majority of visitors to Sri Lanka love our friendly locals and the natural beauty of our tropical paradise—and that’s official!