Just off the southern tip of India lies the tiny island nation of Sri Lanka, often referred to as the "Pearl of the Indian Ocean". Despite its small size (approx. 65,625 sq. km.), it is packed with over 3,000 years of documented history though it has been inhabited for far longer. It is a land of great contrasts with distinctly different ethnic groups, each with their own languages, religions and lifestyles. Blessed by the Monsoon rains, Sri Lanka's central and southern countryside is a mass of lushly green, tropical forests where herds of wild elephants inhabit the island's many game parks, along with lots of other mammals and a myriad of bird species and exotic plant life. The Sinhalese people as Sri Lankans are called, embraced Buddhism in the 3rd Century BC, where it has flourisheRead More
When was the last time you visited a place that touched your soul?
Despite its small size Sri Lanka has been a place of great interest and historical significance down the ages. While travelling through its lovely countryside with endless scenic vistas, you will discover many facets to its character. From the bustling ...
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