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"Ayubowan" and Welcome to Sri Lanka....

Over the years Sri Lanka has been called "Paradise", "The Pearl of the Indian Ocean", "Heaven on earth" and now the "Wonder of Asia". We have many beautiful places that will take your breath away, you'll wish your vacation in Sri Lanka would never end. This is one probable reason for being voted the number one destination to be visited in 2013 by Lonely Planet Magazine.

Only few places in the world can offer the traveller such a remarkable combination of stunning landscapes, pristine beaches, captivating cultural heritage and unique experiences within such a compact location. Within a mere area of 65,610 kilometres lie 8 UNESCO World Heritage Sites, 1,330 kilometres of coastline - much of it pristine beach - 15 national parks showcasing an abundance of wildlife, nearly 500,000 acres of lush tea estates, 250 acres of botanical gardens, 350 waterfalls, 25,000 water bodies, to a culture that extends back to over 2,500 years.

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DEAR Rohan, Pradeepan

Happy to report that we are both safely back in London.

Thank you for organising the tour for us – very enjoyable in every detail. Weera, the driver was extremely good.

I would like to thank our dear Lion  Mahendra Amarasuriya for his recommendation of your company

Best rgds

Ramesh Parmar
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Upcoming Events

sinhala and tamil new year festival
Its one of the most celebrated festivals, symbolizing prosperity and ethnic harmony in the country, is the time of joy and renewal for Sinhala and Tamil population in Sri Lanka. April 13th marks the journey of the Sun from Meena to Mesha (from Pisces to Aries) in the Zodiac advocating the dawn of a new year for Sri Lankans according to the Sinhala calendar.The New year vibe spreads all over the island since the beginning of the month of April, comprising of different traditional games where both children and adults take part in to cherish this joyful period of the year.
vesak festival
Vesak is the main Buddhist religious festival in Sri Lanka. During this time, people celebrate the triple anniversary of Lord Buddha - his birth, his attaining of Enlightenment and his passing away into Nirvana. Also known as the Buddhist Festival of Light, colorful bamboo framed lanterns adorn the interior of every home and incredible luminous displays decorate the streets of most towns. Visit Bhauddoloka Mawatha, the main street in Colombo, to catch this glowing spectacle in full glory.
poson festival
Marking the birth of Buddhism in Sri Lanka, Poson poya day is much celebrated event and dates back in 3rd Century BC when king Devanampiyatissa was converted to Buddhism by Arahat Maha Mahinda, the son of King Asoka, the Emperor of India, after which Buddhism was declared the State religion. The entire country celebrates this significant milestone, but it all culminates at Mihintale, known as the cradle of Buddhism in Sri Lanka, for it is believed to be there that the conversion took place. In fact it is in the Ambasthale Dagoba, the temple in Mihintale, accessible by 1840 steps, that it is in believed that the historic encounter took place.

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