Sri Lanka is seeing an increase in the number of tourists and arrivals may hit 3-million mark by the end of the year, prompting the government to continue with its free of charge entry visa policy, Tourism Development, Wildlife and Christian Religious Affairs Minister John Amaratunga said on Friday.
The government has granted the promised concessions for airlines (in the aftermath of the Easter blasts) at the Colombo Airport to attract more international airlines to fly to Sri Lanka.
Sri Lanka’s tourism industry is heading in the right direction, says Norwegian Ambassador to Sri Lanka, Thorbjørn Gaustadsæther.
Sri Lanka is a natural destination for a holiday without gluten.
If you don’t want to eat anything containing gluten, then Sri Lanka is the place for you.
Gluten is found in wheat, barley and rye flour and is disaster to those hypersensitive to it, as well as bloat-making to many of us.