Flood Plains National Park, Sri Lanka: vegetation and wildlife

The Flood Plains National Park in Sri Lanka is an important nature reserve. Unlike the other parks, it reveals different and unique characteristics.

Anuradhapura, Sri Lanka: the ruins of the old capital

Anuradhapura, Sri Lanka has a unique beauty, and different from other places you have ever known. Its treasure lies in the religious and cultural history of the ancient capital of Sri Lanka, and today it is considered a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Polonnaruwa – Sri Lanka: the Ruins of a Powerful Past

For many centuries, Polonnaruwa led the Chola and Sinhalese kingdom and then, disappeared. After the fall of the first capital (Anuradhapura) in 993, Polonnaruwa was named as the second capital of Sri Lanka.

Dambulla, Sri Lanka: stories that left a legacy in the caves

Come and visit Dambulla, a small town in Sri Lanka’s Cultural Triangle, and the impressive “Dambulla Cave Temple” – the main highlight that makes the city a must-see destination!

Nuwara Eliya, Sri Lanka: European city in Sinhalese territory

Nuwara Sri Lanka, also called Little England, is that obligatory stop you have to make, even if it’s quick, one thing is for sure: you’ll be drawn to staying more days.

Horton Plains – Sri Lanka: A Trip to the End of the World

Horton Plains, Sri Lanka is a lovely park and not only for the Worlds End but for the chance to experience one of the most preserved ecological reserves in the world.