Following five destinations are Sri Lanka’s one of the most exotic and eye-capturing holiday destinations.
This golden beach is located in the southern part of Sri Lanka, close to Galle which possesses a variety of historical values. Unawatuna beach was voted as The world’s best tropical beach by Discovery channel for its natural beauty and intimacy. The caramel coloured coastline of Unawatuna has been able to capture many hearts. It is considered as one of the safest beaches in Sri Lanka for its clean and unspoilt nature.
Nuwara Eliya Town Square (en.wikipedia)
The amazing hill country side Nuwara Eliya is also called as Little England for its cool and rather moist climate resembling England. Located in the midst of the country, Nuwara Eliya holds remarkable historical events for centuries back. During the British Colonization in 1800s, Nuwara Eliya was a prime sanctuary for the English civil servants and planters in engaging in their past time sports.
The splashing milky waterfalls and lakes, surrounded by eye catching green hills and haunting mists with exotic eat-outs are able to find here. Though the travelling from Colombo to here is a bit hectic, the experience is worth it. Those who adore antique living and peaceful nature, this would be the ideal place.
The very famous Hikkaduwa beach is located in the southern coast of Sri Lanka capturing many hearts around the country and the globe. Being situated next to southern s hub – Galle, Hikkaduwa is well urbanized and recognized by many. Tropical beach lovers are attracted to its palm aligned coppery coastline bearing the turquoise ocean. The Hikkaduwa beach is popular for its vividly unfurled coral reefs, dolphin and whale watching, surfing and scuba diving. It is also well reputed for its unique, vibrant night life.
Hikkaduwa is jammed with affordable resorts, spas, exotic food points and pubs. For those who enjoy night time beach parties and the view of a golden shore, Hikkaduwa is the best place for a vacation to be worth the money.
Located in the Central Province, Kandy is the last Royal capital of Sri Lanka. The city is well known among all Sri Lankans for its famous tooth relic of Buddha, preserved in the holy temple, Dhalada Maligawa. Kandy owns a rich history and a heritage that lures travellers from all around the world. This hill country is a gateway to a plain, surrounded by giant green mountains, gushing crystal waterfalls and exotic botanical gardens. Kandy is the proud home ground for Sri Lankan tea plantation, and is the birthplace of Ceylon Tea.
Touring around Kandy is a great experience for those who adore both nature and history.
The little village of Arugum Bay is home to many communities in Sri Lanka. It has been able to lure in surfers from all around the world for its attractive waves which are reckoned to be some of Asia’s best waves. Though it is a place blessed with natural beauty, the chances to visit it is a bit low due to the lack of resorts and inns located here. However, for those who enjoy calm rather laid-back nature, this is the most ideal place.