Bolgoda Lake, a 400 square kilometre wetland consisting of two lakes.
This temple dates back 300 years and features fabulous relief plaster work depicting the life of Lord Buddha.
Richmond Castle is a beautiful example of Indian and British colonial period architecture.
The zoo has a wide range of fauna from all over the world. The Mini Medura or aquarium displays...
The famous Gangatilake Stupa has the unusual distinction of being the only one in the world which is entirely hollow...
Lunuganga Estate was the country home of the renowned Sri Lankan architect Geoffrey Bawa.
Brief developed since 1929, is the house and garden of landscape architect Bevis Bawa. Bevis Bawa died in 1992.
Kosgoda is famous for its turtle hatchery operated by the Wild Life Protection Society of Sri Lanka.
The town is famous as the home of the devil dancing and mask making. Devil dancing is an important part of the culture of Sri Lanka.
Founded in the 16th century by the Portuguese, Galle reached the height of its development in the 18th century, before the arrival of the British.
The orphanage is sutuated near the town of Kegalle and was established in 1975.
The last royal capital of Sri Lanka is famous or the Temple of the Tooth.
Spend a day exploring Sri Lank's bustling commercial capital on this fascinating tour of Colombo.
Our journey into the countryside takes us through low country tea and rubber plantations.
Hikkaduwa is a unique coastal town is well known and loved for its coral sanctuary.