Popular places to visit on your holiday in Sri Lanka!

Popular places to visit on your holiday in Sri

The beautiful
island of Sri Lanka is fast becoming one of the top destinations to visit in
the world and offers an incredible experience that no other place can rival in
terms of diverse landscapes, breathtaking scenery, friendly locals, a rich
history and more. Sri Lanka offers much more than beach holidays to visitors –
there are gorgeous gardens, wonderful waterfalls and amazing ancient cities
just waiting to be explored, enjoyed and experienced.
Here are some of the many
incredible places to visit on your next holiday in Sri Lanka

The Royal Botanical
Garden in Peradeniya:
Situated close to the city of Kandy in the Central
Province is Sri Lanka’s famous botanical garden. Attracting over 1.2 million
visitors annually, this attraction spans close to 150 acres and has more than
300 varieties of orchids, spices, medicinal plants and palm trees.

Horton Plains
National Park:
Located in the central highlands of Sri Lanka close to Nuwara
Eliya, this national park consists of montane grasslands and subtropical
montane evergreen forests. With over 750 plant species recorded here as well as
several species of mammals such as Sambar deer, this park is rich in
biodiversity and worth visiting on your holiday in Sri Lanka. In addition,
Horton Plains is classified as one of the Important Bird Areas in Sri Lanka
containing several species that are endemic to the country. The highlights of
this park are the excellent hikes with stunning views of Sri Lanka’s second and
third highest mountains – Kirigalpotta and Totapola; and World’s End – a
stunning escarpment that drops almost straight down for 880 metres.

Waterfalls in Sri
Bambarakanda Falls is the tallest waterfall in Sri Lanka and is situated
in Kalupahana in the Badulla District. Although directly visible from the A4
Highway, it is not visited often as it is difficult to access. Diyaluma Waterfall
is one of the most popular waterfalls in Sri Lanka and is the second tallest.
It is located close to Koslanda in Badulla District. Another waterfall worth
visiting during your holiday in Sri Lanka is Baker’s Falls in the Horton
Plains, situated close to World’s End.

This city is one of the ancient capitals of Sri Lanka and is well
known for its well preserved ruins of Sri Lankan civilization. Tourists will be
amazed at this city, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site in Sri Lanka’s North
Central Province. With ruins of masonries, monastic buildings and bathing tanks
dating back to 10th century BC, tourists can step back in time with
a visit here. 

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