There are many magic and mysterious sights and locations in Sri Lanka that create lifetime memories for everyone who has had the pleasure and privilege to see them.
You can include any one of our eight UNESCO World Heritage sites among them—and especially the spellbinding Lion Rock at Sigiriya.
The iconic stilt fishermen of southern Sri Lanka are a must-visit selfie op for the thousands of tourists who throng the beaches at Unawatuna and Weligama.
The travel blog Travelynn Family chats about the joys of family holidays in Sri Lanka with Kaylie, a regular visitor with her husband and two children. “The landscape is breathtaking. Lush green jungle, impressive rocky spires, lakes and pristine national parks full of wildlife.”
Mirissa, the tourist hotspot beach in southern Sri Lanka, is getting visitors mostly from positive online and personal recommendations. Market research firm Feedback.lk reports that internet searches and personal recommendations are key drivers of Mirissa’s success as a must-visit tourist destination.
Taking toddlers on a foreign holiday can be fraught at the best of times—but tropical sun, sea and sand never fails to settle the most fractious spirit! Such was the case for Islay Lord and his family on their beach holiday in Sri Lanka.
The train journey from Kandy, capital of Sri Lanka’s famed Hill Country, and Ella, a magnet for hikers and adventure travellers, is regularly named by the travel trade as among the best in the world. With good reason. If you want to see the full magic and mystery of our epic landscapes, this is the way to do it.