7 Awesome Things To Do Trincomalee, Sri Lanka

Trincomalee is a great little town on the east coast of Sri Lanka. Trincomalee offers beautiful white sand and is one of the best beaches of Sri Lanka. The east coast is upcoming and way more quiet than the south, which is a perfect reason to plan a visit. Trincomalee is surrounded by wildlife, hilltops and rock formations. Take about 2 or 3 full days in this town because there are quite some great things to do in Trincomalee.

1. Nilaveli Beach

10 Reasons Why You Need to Visit Sri Lanka Now

Since the end of the civil war in 2009, Sri Lanka’s tourist arrival numbers have tripled from 2010 to 2018, and this trend is bound to continue to soar over the next few years, and for good reason too.

While Sri Lanka has been “up-and-coming” for a few years, this beautiful island has been thrust into the spotlight and recently made it onto tons of “Top Travel Destinations” lists including this one by the Lonely Planet. This trend hasn’t gone unnoticed by the hotel industry, with a plethora of luxury properties opening left, right and center.

The Top 11 Things to See and Do in Nuwara Eliya, Sri Lanka

Only a few hours from Colombo, Nuwara Eliya sits in the hill country in eternal temperate winter and is charmingly called “Little England”, due to it being where British settlers built their holiday bungalows and spent their down time. Here’s the top things to see and do in the area.

Sri Lanka ‘on a mission to regain tourist confidence’

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The Sri Lanka tourism sector presented a united front at this year’s Arabian Travel Market as it aimed to regain the confidence of global travellers and operators, following recent deadly attacks across key cities in the country.

Speaking to the press during a media event at ATM, Sri Lanka Tourism discussed measures taken to ensure the safety and security of tourists and outlined strategic plans to rebuild tourism stakeholder confidence to ensure the vital recovery of the tourism industry.

How to Plan a Whale Watching Excursion near Pasikuda

Located on the eastern coast of Sri Lanka, in the Batticaloa district, Pasikuda is a beautiful beach resort. The place is loved for its quiet bay and sun-bleached long white beach. Located just 1 hour and 45 minutes from Trincomalee, one has ample opportunity to enjoy whale watching

11 amazing facts you probably didn’t know about Sri Lanka

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Sri Lanka is often an overlooked nation despite its size and is generally not perceived as a hidden gem of the sub-continent. Despite the claims, Sri Lanka has a lot to offer to tourists ranging from its delicious food to its ancient history, pristine beaches and wildlife. In this series we shall be exploring some of the 11 cool facts which you probably weren’t aware about Sri Lanka.

An Amateur’s Guide to Hiking, Biking and Kayaking in Sri Lanka

When it comes to small group adventure, there’s always the excitement on who else would be in your tour and how well you would get along with the group. As nerve-wracking as it sounds it may not necessarily be the best option for everyone which is why you can always opt-in for a packaged tour option instead to get the same experience with your own style.

7 amazing hiking and adventure trails you can’t miss in Sri Lanka

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Sri Lanka has a lot to offer for adventure seekers and hikers alike in addition it also offers unique experiences with each destination you may visit. In this series we shall be exploring some of the top 7 destinations which you can’t miss during your visit to this country.

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So Sri Lanka & Tourism Taglines

Sri Lanka has always been the travel destination and has shown staggering growth in the number of tourist arrivals to the country for the past several decades and has recently earned its place as one of the best places to travel for 2019 according to Lonely Planet consensus. Sri Lanka has had many tourism tag lines in the past including the old slogan, “Small Miracle” and the previous slogan, “Refreshingly Sri Lanka, Wonder of Asia”.

Top 7 reasons why Sri Lanka is a great destination for Vegans and Vegetarians

Sri Lanka has been amongst the leaders in the spice trade during the early years and has earned its reputation from many travelers for its splendid destinations and vacation hot spots over the years. As much as Sri Lankans love their spice, we also have a sweet tooth and are generally omnivores by nature. Due to our multicultural society Sri Lankan dishes offers a wide variety of vegetarian cuisine to local food which anyone can enjoy without compromising on taste and flavor.