Important Places to Visit


Considered one of the most colourful religious pageants in Asia, Kandy's ten-day Esala Perahera is one of Sri Lanka's most spectacular festivals. The perahera (procession) is held to honour the sacred tooth enshrined in the Temple of the Sacred Tooth Relic.


Beach Villas


Sri Lanka offers something unique for all traveler`s. The unique alternate to hotels are…… spending your vacation in a luxury villa along the coastline. Most of the beach villas are open directly on to beautiful Indian Ocean with Stunning sea View`s and gorgeous unspoiled golden Beach`s in southern Sri Lanka.  Read More



Rafting or white water rafting is a challenging recreational outdoor activity using an inflatable raft to navigate a river or other bodies of water. This is usually done on white water or different degrees of rough water, in order to thrill and excite the raft passengers.


Classic Hotels in Sri Lanka

Forest Rock Garden Hotel –

The Forest Rock Garden Resort which has been built as a replica of the ancient Kingdom of Anuradhapura is located in Andarawewa which is a part of a forest reserve in Sri Lanka. This unique star class resort which has been built entirely atop concrete pillars without harming the environment is one of a kind while it offers luxury and privacy in every possible way to its guests. Consisting of ultra luxury rooms and deluxe rooms guests are pampered in lavish interiors all through their stay. You can relax at the Ayurvedic Spa or enjoy some meditation when you feel like it. Forest Rock Garden Hotel is a unique masterpiece that has been introduced to the tourism industry of Sri Lanka. The entire building including the rooms and other spaces are connected via walkways which are built on concrete pillars that are over 20 ft high in order to save the natural environment that surrounds the property. The hotel currently boasts of 10 ultra luxury rooms that consist of individual pools, four poster beds, a mini gymnasium etc,.

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Sigiriya Village Hotel –

Situated just minutes away from the magnificent Sigiriya Rock Fortress, dating back to 6th century A.D., the Sigiriya Village is an eco-themed hotel set amidst vast acres of tropical trees, foliage, ponds and waterways - all of which attracts numerous species of birds and monkeys. The UNESCO World Heritage Sites of Anuradhapura and Polonnaruwa are 1.5 hours away and the historic Dambulla cave temple is just 30 mins drive. Sigiriya Village hotel is situated in the middle of the cultural triangle, offering comfortable accommodation in a charming rustic setting. The accommodation is designed similar to a typical rural village where individual cottages or dwellings in clusters of about ten, are located in secluded landscaped gardens. Pathways along lotus-filled ponds connect each of the clusters with the main central area where dining facilities are located.

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Amaya Hills Hotel -

Amaya Hills lies on a rocky outcrop, 15 minutes drive above the hill-country capital of Kandy, in tranquil, wooded surroundings and blessed with panoramic views of the city and the Kandyan hills.
Amaya Hills is one of Kandy's best-appointed traditional hotels, It has the finest views, standing amid steep, wooded hills about 15 minutes above the town, a peaceful land of beautiful sunsets and wispy morning mists. It has an authentic Sri Lankan feel, rising from the foothills of the hill country in traditional Kandyan colours of red, yellow and black, while murals, flags and massive carved columns emphasise a rich historical past. Every effort is made to provide a special Sri Lankan experience.

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Hill Club Hotel –

The Hill Club in Nuwara Eliya, Sri lanka (then known as Ceylon) was founded in 1876 by a group of British Coffee Planters as a private club for gentlemen of like minded position. The Club remains exclusively for members and their guests, and overseas visitors are admitted as temporary members. It reflects a combination of exclusivity in style and class, and an experience of British colonial tradition.

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Cinnamon Wild Yala -

Named as a tribute to the surrounding milieu of the Yala National Park which houses the highest density of leopards in Asia, Cinnamon Wild Yala sits adjacent to the park boundary and could very rightfully be positioned as an extension of the park. A property that was first established in 2002 as an eco-friendly resort for wildlife enthusiasts visiting the Yala National Park, Cinnamon Wild Yala opened its doors after an extensive re-construction and refurbishment as a world-class game lodge, conceptualizing the unique architectural features of the 'Wild' into its rustic exteriors and luxurious interiors. Designed to four star accommodation standards, the chalets are spacious and enjoy an almost 360 degree view of scrub jungle, The rustic luxury of the well-appointed rooms will surely transcend your expectations and many lucky visitors have seen leopards on the rocks which border the hotel.

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Mandara Mirissa -

Step into a realm of luxury and comfort, where serene surroundings and modern conveniences blend to create an unforgettable holiday experience. Located along the south west coast of the country, Mandara Resort offers guests a choice of meticulously-appointed accommodation options, delectable cuisine and a wealth of facilities, in an ambience of discrete luxury and intimate charm. Revel in the serenity of the tropics and the ample comforts of this private getaway as you experience your very own piece of paradise on Earth.

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The Fortress -

The Fortress is a luxurious, contemporary boutique hotel perched at the edge of a beautiful stretch of beach in Koggala, just 15 minutes away from Galle's 17c Dutch Fort. True to its name, the luxurious and tastefully designed Fortress unfolds inside tall solid walls. Inspired by the historic 17c Dutch Fort in Galle, the building design and the interior furnishings successfully blend traditional Dutch, Portuguese and Sri Lankan architecture with contemporary avant garde design. The property is situated on Koggala Beach, one of the south coast's most idyllic beaches. Fortress has 53 guestrooms that are categorised as Rooms (Fortress, Ocean, Beach and Beach Splash Rooms), Lofts and Residences. All the rooms are designed with private courtyards or balconies overlooking the gardens, water features or the beautiful sunkissed beaches of Koggala. Room interiors are furnished with luxurious 7ft. x 7ft. super-king size beds dressed in Egyptian cotton linen. The ensuite bathrooms have rainfall showers and baths.

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Galle Face Hotel –

Galle Face hotel is a heritage property that dates back to 1864 and once the mansion of a British Governor, is a masterpiece of Victorian architecture. It possesses an unrivalled location in the capital, set at the edge of the Indian Ocean, at the foot of Galle Face Green and located in Colombo Fort. It offers an appealing, colonial-style alternative to travellers seeking a change from standard five-star business hotels. The upmarket Regency Wing offers a successful transition between old and new. It incorporates the traditional Victorian features so successfully that already it blends seamlessly with the older part of the hotel. Although completed in early 2006, there is no sense of glitzy modernity. Its stately wooden paneling and floors, and staunchly Victorian rooms, are immediately resonant of a bygone age. Like the older part of the hotel, the Regency retains the dignified and polite atmosphere that gave it such fame in the colonial age and makes it an even more tempting alternative to Colombo's modern five-star hotels.
The Colombo international airport is about an hour away.

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Ranveli Holiday Resort –

Ranweli is an eco-friendly resort situated on a coastal wetland about ten miles north of Negombo. This secluded holiday resort is reached via a short paddle-ferry which glides you to a peninsular surrounded by two rivers, a lagoon and the Indian Ocean - an ideal retreat for nature lovers. Ranweli's ecological commitment has been officially recognised by the World Tourist Organisation.
Situated on a peninsula where mangrove forests and winding rivers converge to meet the Indian Ocean, it combines the authenticity of an eco lodge with comforts comparable to a decent hotel. Its protection of the habitat is also seen in a strong recycling philosophy, and the insistence of environmentally-friendly facilities.

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