What is the entry Sri Lanka eVisa ?

Tourism in Sri Lanka has been growing ever since the end of the civil war in 2009. The island country is quite beautiful despite the fact that its economy is not among the best in the world. The beauty of the country can largely be attributed to the natural lifestyles that the people have adopted, which includes covering the hills with large tea gardens.

However, for tourists who are willing to shed a few extra dollar bills from their pockets, there is an option to stay in high-end luxury hotels as well. This means that Sri Lanka has something to offer for all types of tourists, whether indoors or outdoors. From open tea plantations and high waterfalls to spas and pools, you will find everything in Sri Lanka. (E visa to Sri Lanka for US Citizens) Read more about What is the entry Sri Lanka eVisa ?

Holidays in Sri Lanka

Hiking in Riverston Sri Lanka was an unexpected highlight of my journey throughout the island. Riverston is a region best defined by the popular term, ‘off the beaten path’. We drove for several hours, parked in the middle of nowhere and then embarked on a hike.

We headed across the river and through the rice fields and farmland. There is minimal signage but luckily we had our guide Lukobanda to guide us up. The hike doesn’t have a specific name according to the locals other than the Riverston Hike. The hike looks out over the Knuckles mountain range and the surrounding highlands. It’s one of the short day trip hikes in the area. The end of the hike ends with a sharp 300m drop, which made for some pretty epic photos. From here you can chill and take in the views of the Thelgamuwa Valley, the terraced rice fields, and the Knuckles mountain range. This spot is called ‘The Worlds End’.The hike is 5km long but not incredibly difficult. Read more about Holidays in Sri Lanka

Book a Safari in Wilpattu Sri Lanka

Wilpattu National Park (Willu-pattu, Land of Lakes)

Apart from other national parks in Sri Lanka Wilpattu national park has a distinctive geographical feature called “Willus” (Natural lakes), sand-rimmed water basins or depressions that fill with rainwater overtime. Wilpattu national park in Sri Lanka has the most leopard density when compared to other national parks, also the Wilpattu national park is among the top national parks in the world for its leopard, 75% of the Wilpattu national park is covered with thick jungle, Wilpattu harbor extremely high biodiversity, including 31 species of mammals, sloth bear (Melursus Ursinus inornatus), water buffalo (Bubalus bubalis), elephant (Elephas Maximus Maximus), Sambhur (Rusa unicolor unicolor), Spotted deer (Axis axis ceylonensis), Mongoose, and shrew are most known.. Read more about Book a Safari in Wilpattu Sri Lanka

Best Thailand (STA)

It’s been said that Thailand is a sensory¬†overland: everything, everywhere, all at once, all the time. And how better to experience the best of Thailand’s culture, sacred sites and beaches than with our specially-selected packages?! Read more about Best Thailand (STA)