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           Sri Lanka is an Island country located in the South of the Indian Subcontinent. The Culture of Sri Lanka is influenced mainly by Buddhism and Hinduism. The population of Sri Lanka is 20.27 million out of, which 2.3 million people reside in the capital city of Srilanka, Colombo. The official language is Sinhala and Tamil, even though English is generally spoken by about 10 percent of the Sri Lankan population. Sri Lanka is distinguished by a high literacy rate that is 91 per cent. The most picturesque islands in the world, Sri Lanka have been enthralling visitors from ages.

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Sri Lanka
is a paradise island offering visitors incomparable beach holidays. With the aquamarine waters of the Indian Ocean gently lapping its pristine shores, Sri Lanka’s beaches are covered with soft warm sand. Home to tropical fish and living corals the waters surrounding Sri Lanka are warm thanks to the tropical climate the island enjoys.

With a history that dates back over 2000 years Sri Lanka has a culture that is seeped with heritage that helped mold the country into the place of wonder that it is. Sri Lanka holidays showcase this ancient influence as visitors are embraced by the warmth of her people. This tiny island can lay claim to 8 UNESCO World Heritage Sites, which are well preserved and proudly display the achievement of ancient Sri Lanka.


Though not always recognized as such Sri Lanka is in fact a thrill seekers paradise. There are so many activities on offer that visitors might find it hard to pack it all into just one holiday. All the more reason to return to this beautiful island that has camping, trekking, kayaking and canoeing, while you can also enjoy the exhilarating experience of a hot air balloon ride.

Wild Life
Sri Lanka maybe small in size but she is big in the wildlife she has to offer. Packed into this tiny island is an abundance of natural wildlife starting from the famous Asian Elephant to the elusive leopard. The country has nine national parks and seven bird sanctuaries. In fact 43 of the endangered species listed by the World Conservation Union can be found in Sri Lanka’s national parks.


Once known as Serendib, Sri Lanka still lives up to this name by being a  paradise island. Visitors are instantly embraced by the warmth of the country and swept away by the serenity Sri Lanka holidays provide. There are so many who return to the island’s warm shores to find rest and relaxation as they are pampered by the hospitable locals.


In the ancient past Sri Lanka, due to its strategic location at the crossroads between East and West, has been greatly influenced by the different visitors to the country. These visitors brought with them their diverse cultures and customs and with time these got absorbed into the Sri Lankan way of life.

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