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It is characterized by a very different atmosphere between the eastern and western parts of the island. So, if you're wondering what 'the best time to go to Sri Lanka, the answer is simple: Always! It is an island that has a lot to offer.
For example, your trip could be an opportunity to discover the spice route: cinnamon, ginger and vanilla, your nose will be celebrating! And most of these spices are in the pot: after a trip to Sri Lanka, you will need to reconsider your definition of the word "tasty" and "spicy." In the course of your stay in Sri Lanka, you will pass without any doubt beautiful days in buzzing Kandy, the island's religious heart. Here, you will discover its famous relic, critical to the majority religion of the country: a Buddha sacred tooth escaped to the funeral pyre. As for the beaches, you're staying at Mirissa: a pristine beach where, in a relaxing atmosphere, you will admire a sunset that will seem that of a postcard. If it is the nature of what you need, you wake up every morning to roam the pilgrims at Adam's Peak Company, the sacred mountain from which you can see all around for kilometers. Finally, as regards the wildlife, you discover the Yala National Park, where you'll find a large concentration of animals of all types, wrapped in a beautiful setting, among verdant marshes and lakes.
alluring beaches, tropical forests, green hills, a thousand-year history and a friendly and welcoming people offer visitors a kaleidoscope of unforgettable emotions. The long years of internal conflicts are now behind us, and it was restored to a safe and proven peace. Now travelers who travel to Sri Lanka can return in peace and safety to visit this wonderful island. Sri Lanka offers national parks where you can see elephants, leopards, monkeys and many other very funny animals. There are hotels to suit every need: from luxury resorts to simple budget hotels ideal for younger travelers.
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All our tour of Sri Lanka departures from the Bandaranaike International Airport are made by private car or minibus with air conditioning and driven by our talented drivers - driving, private Italian and English speakers. This way you have the maximum assistance, peace and freedom, and you can establish with driving time for most suit you, choosing from time to time the photo stops or even to extend visits to sites that you especially like, without having to meet the strict tables of the tour group marching with many participants.
Beach in Sri Lanka
cultcure in Sri Lanka
Hotels in Sri Lanka
Sri Lanka is a tropical island found in the deep blue waters of the Indian Ocean and the Bay of Bengal. The country is endowed with over a thousand miles of beautiful golden beaches that are fringed with coconut palms making it the ideal destination for a beach holiday. A large percentage of luxurious resorts and villas as well as budget hotels are located along the coastal areas to offer tourists some of the best beach holidays in Sri Lanka. The main attraction for tourists and locals are undoubtedly the beaches but some places like Galle on the South coast consists of historical heritage which is an added advantage to a sun and sand holiday.
The culture of Sri Lanka mixes modern elements with traditional aspects and is known for its regional diversity. Sri Lankan culture has long been influenced by the heritage of Theravada Buddhism passed on from India, and the religion's legacy is particularly strong in Sri Lanka's southern and central regions. South Indian cultural influences are especially pronounced in the northernmost reaches of the country. The history of colonial occupation has also left a mark on Sri Lanka's identity, with Portuguese, Dutch, and British elements having intermingled with various traditional facets of Sri Lankan culture. Due to Sri Lanka's prominence as an ancient trading hub, cultural influences ranging from East Asia to the Middle East have shaped the island, particularly that of the Sinhalese people
Tourism is a fast growing industry, but with the credit crunch in 2008, tourist figures have dropped as people have less money to spend and companies are unable to expand as rapidly. There are a number of issues that tourism businesses, need to overcome.
Fluctuating oil prices have resulted in the airline industry imposing further fuel charges to cover high costs, which are unfortunately passed on to the consumer, through increased air ticket prices. Hence, consumers are forced into reconsider travelling during the peak seasons and for leisure purposes, due to the high costs. The decrease in the strength of the Sterling Pound against the Euro means for United Kingdom tourists the notion of going for a cheap holiday in Europe is disappearing. People are also becoming more aware of their carbon footprint and may want to decrease this by taking fewer flights.