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InteriorSri Lanka 2023

Sri Lanka 2023

Our trip started at Sigiriya. Sigiriya was designated as a world heritage site in 1982. Sigiriya is famous for it’s palace ruins on top of a massive 200 meter high rock surrounded by the remains of an extensive network of gardens, reservoirs and other structures. The rock itself is a lava plug left over from an ancient long extinct volcano.

Where to stay– overlooking an iconic rock fortress, Sigiriya Jungles is set amidst lush green landscapes and is an ideal Sigiriya hotel from which to discover the Cultural Triangle.

Escape to a world where you can experience luxurious living and set off on adventures to uncover Sri Lanka’s rich heritage.

Make yourself at home amidst our picturesque 10 acre property featuring naturally landscaped gardens blending perfectly with the surroundings that whisper tales of kingdoms long ago.

Climbing Sigiriya Lion Rock takes about 2 hours. The views are simply breathtaking. It’s home to an ancient palace and fortress that dates back to the 5th century.

After a great climb, we stayed at Heritance Kandalama Hotel.  Among the eco-friendly designs created by famous architect Geoffrey Bawa, the lavish hotel in Kandalama was designed to blend in with its greenery. A still forest of dense green, floating whispers of bird song the lake shimmers in the distance, walls of rock cool to touch.

After a beautiful views, it was time to hit the beach side. Fisher men, boats, market life. All the buzz around at Arugam Bay. The most popular surf spot and also the only international surf competition venue in Sri Lanka.

It is one of those areas in the world you have to visit at least once in a lifetime. With world-famous Yala National Park as its neighbor, Arugam Bay is lucky to be surrounded by loads of wildlife like monkeys, elephants, and crocodiles. The bay is trendy and a great place to spend at least 3 days.

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