Travel around Sri Lanka to be mesmerised by the endless miles of golden sandy beaches and warm blue waters to either catch a wave or bask in the sun, Enjoy the diverse spices and the rice and curry with coconut or sip a warm cup of Ceylon Tea. Sri Lanka is a country that has diversity from its people from different ethnicities. It’s a land rich with culture, nature, adventure, wellness, and wildlife. Be adventurous and explore the country through a walking tour, cycling tour, seat in coach tour, private vehicle, train ride or an Air taxi. Feel right at home among the welcoming warmth of our people. At Aitken Spence Travels, the leading tour operator in the island, our specially designed packages offer you the chance to travel in Sri Lanka and satisfy your wanderlust!
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The ancient capital of Anuradhapura lies in the North Central Province of Sri Lanka, dreaming of its long forgotten glory days. There are remnants of its remarkable past, scattered lavishly within the borders of the city. Take a tour and discover for yourself the extraordinary appeal of this famed destination.
Bundala National Park is unquestionably a bird lover’s paradise! 197 species of birds have been recorded in the park along with many species of reptiles, fish, and mammals. The park was the first wetland to be recognised as a Ramsar site in the country.
Negombo is a picture-perfect destination located in close proximity to the Bandaranaike International Airport, that possesses all the characteristic appeals of an enchanting seaside fishing town. It is one of the most popular cities in the country among tourists who love to laze upon golden sands in the sun.
Discover the breathtaking allure of the Knuckles Mountain Range as it beckons you to its glorious territories through misty veils. A hiker’s paradise that allows one to explore the mountain range and nature. The peaks of the mountain range are quite fascinating to behold even from a distance. A remarkable array of flora and fauna also flourishes here.
Polonnaruwa is known to be the second capital of ancient Sri Lanka. It is located in the North Central Province of the island. The many attractions here that showcase the grand glory of its past, has paved the way for the ancient city to be declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO and offers adventure-filled exploration.
Gal Oya National Park is a place where the unspoiled beauty of nature abounds. It was established back in the year 1954 to protect the catchment of the ‘Senanayake Samudra’, the largest reservoir in Sri Lanka. Many species of birds, mammals, and reptiles can be seen here, which makes it a fascinating place to visit.
Sri Lanka’s first saint, Indian born St. Joseph Vaz is referred to as the ‘Apostle of Ceylon’ and tirelessly served those who were facing persecution from Colonial powers. His legacy lives on today and he is venerated by Roman Catholics across the island at various churches and even a school named after him.
Kalpitiya is a charming little destination that is located in the North Western Province of Sri Lanka. The city is made up of 14 islands and rapid development is taking place in the region which is transforming Kalpitiya from a sleepy fishing village to a bustling tourist attraction.
Feel the ultimate adrenaline rush as you race along the foaming waters of the Kelani River! Enjoy a day of epic fun with your loved ones in the rustic town of Kitulgala and create memories of perfect delight on an action-packed white water rafting experience with thrills aplenty.
Sigiriya is a magnificent rock fortress that rises to a height of 200 metres to dominate the landscape of Sri Lanka’s Cultural Triangle. A UNESCO World Heritage Site, it is one of the island’s most prominent tourist attractions that draws a steady stream of visitors throughout the year.
Cross the Kalu Ganga (Black River) to reach the city of Kalutara. Drop a coin and obtain blessings of goodwill from the Kalutara Bodhiya, a sapling of the Sri Maha Bodhiya, the oldest Bo Tree of Sri Lanka, towering over the Kalutara bridge. Kalutara is strategically located making it a popular destination for those travelling from Colombo to the south.
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Listen to the mystic voices of the jungles as you trek through the rainforests of the Sinharaja Reserve, which is a Biosphere Reserve and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Approximately 60% of the trees that grow on the rich soils of this beautiful forest are considered to be endemic to the island of Sri Lanka.
Dambulla is a prominent town that is located in the Central Province of Sri Lanka. The famed cave temple of Dambulla is a significant attraction in the region. It is known to be the largest cave temple complex in Sri Lanka, home to remarkably preserved Buddhist statues and paintings.
Those who yearn to escape the hubbub of city life but do not wish to travel far can visit the charming town of Bentota and enjoy an idyllic beach holiday. The quiet shores here possess outstanding beauty and there are many famous tourist attractions to explore in the region too.
Wilpattu National Park derives its name from the 17 ponds (Villus) located in the national park. A safari tour across its winding, tree-lined trails will give you the opportunity to witness the outstanding beauty of the wild. Many species of birds, reptiles, and mammals thrive in the thick jungles here.
Kandy is an enchanting city that lies nestled amidst the mountains in the Hill Country of Sri Lanka. The city is replete with many iconic attractions. The richness of the country’s culture and heritage can be witnessed in this majestic destination that is a favourite among both locals and tourists.
Hikkaduwa is a nightlife hub that has been attracting large numbers of tourists and locals for long years. The remarkable hype that this place possesses makes it truly an irresistible party destination. The area has an abundance of dining and entertainment facilities which would result in an unforgettable holiday spent at Hikkaduwa!
The renowned Yala National Park is one of the most prominent tourist attractions in Sri Lanka especially since it fosters one of the highest leopard densities in the world. It is also one of the 70 Important Bird Areas of the country and is the island’s most popular national park as well.
The beautiful city of Galle lies alluringly upon the pristine golden sands that border the southern tip of Sri Lanka. The colonial aura that enchantingly engulfs the city makes a visit to it quite magical indeed. There are many captivating tourist attractions to visit within the Galle Dutch Fort.
Unawatuna Beach is a coastal town that lies in very close proximity to the famed city of Galle. If you are a ‘Foodie’ and enjoy the night life, Unawatuna is the place to be! Relax on the beach with a drink in one hand and a book in the other or surf the Bay waves against a spectacular sunset.
Udawalawe National Park is quite popular among elephant lovers and is the third most visited national park on the island. Apart from elephants, Udawalawe is home to diverse wildlife which can be seen roaming freely in their natural habitats.
A perfect place to relax and unwind, away from the hustle and bustle of the fast-paced modern world is to be discovered in the quiet coastal town of Koggala. Beauty lurks in every corner of this beautiful paradise and you will discover for yourself the sublime joy of a laid-back, simple life when you visit it.
The highlight of many safari tours at the Minneriya National Park is to witness The Gathering. This remarkable event which has garnered the attention of the world brings together a herd of hundreds of elephants to the banks of the Minneriya Tank.
In the Southern Province of the paradise island of Sri Lanka lies the enchanting town of Tangalle. With powdery shores and luxury resorts, this idyllic destination easily steals the hearts of tourists. Stillness and peace engulf the palm-fringed beaches here and perfect honeymoon experiences are always guaranteed!
The pristine shores of Mirissa have started welcoming large numbers of tourists who flock to the town with the hopes of witnessing the magical grandeur of whales and dolphins. These endearing beasts of the oceans can be seen regularly surfacing in and around the waters that border the town of Mirissa.
The enchanting southeast coast of Sri Lanka, where white sandy beaches shimmer under the scorching sun, is home to one of the most popular surf spots in the world. Arugam Bay, which is regarded as the best surfing destination in the island, is a popular place among lovers of the sea and sun.
Pasikuda is a delightful coastal town that is located in the Batticaloa District of Sri Lanka. Pristine white sandy beaches and the deep blue ocean greet you when you visit this magical destination. A perfect destination to get in those hours of reading and sunbathing on the beach!
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