10 Reasons to Visit Sri Lanka in Arugam Bay

10 Reasons to Visit Sri Lanka


Blessed with beautiful beaches, lush jungle landscapes, incredible wildlife and awe-inspiring religious sites, it’s no surprise that Sri Lanka was named Lonely Planet’s number one destination to visit in 2019. The so-called ‘Teardrop of India’ has enjoyed significant growth in tourism over the past decade, with travellers flocking to enjoy the natural and cultural splendor the country has to offer. However, the tragic events of the 2019 Easter terrorist attack may have left some reconsidering their travel.


Blessed with beautiful beaches, lush jungle landscapes, incredible wildlife, and awe-inspiring religious sites, it’s no surprise that Sri Lanka was named Lonely Planet’s number one destination to visit in 2019. The so-called ‘Teardrop of India’ has enjoyed significant growth in tourism over the past decade, with travelers flocking to enjoy the natural and cultural splendor the country has to offer. However, the tragic events of the 2019 Easter terrorist attack may have left some reconsidering their travel. As travelers, we can support this beautiful country in recovering from this harrowin

Visit Sri Lanka.


Armed with this knowledge, here are some reasons why you should add Sri Lanka to your bucket list: 1. It’s got ‘bush dealin’ There’s nowhere in the world quite like the tropical island, home to the highest waterfall in the world, fresh tea plantations, and beaches. As well as the untouched natural beauty of the island, the following destinations provide a taste of the country’s culture and cuisine: Kandy, Sri Lanka’s heritage and colonial capital are located at the foothills of the eastern Cardamom Mountains. The pearl of Sri Lanka, Kandy is a walkable medieval town and a must for travelers visiting Sri Lanka. Karachi, Pakistan’s largest city and capital of Sindh province, also offers the best gateway to the region.


Lonely Planet has also recently released their top 5 adventure destinations and Sri Lanka was one of them, so it’s time to plan your trip there. Explore the Wildlife & Monuments in a 4×4 If you’re in Sri Lanka to explore the wildlife and monuments, there’s no better way to do it than in a 4×4, as you’ll be able to drive among one of the largest tracts of unspoiled rainforest on the planet. With the country boasting the country’s highest peak Mount Agung, a dormant volcano that spews tephra into the sky during eruptions, you may want to get off the beaten track!

 

Romantic getaway: Sri Lanka is located just over 500 miles south of India in South Asia. Hotels and resorts on the tourist island of Galle can get busy in the high season (from April to October), but an affordable break can be had throughout the year. Fira, 1 & 2, and Santa Lucia all offer affordable, plush accommodation. Hidden gems: Sri Lanka has over 200 km of coastline, and numerous islands, including Galle and Negombo. Between these two seas, two fabulous UNESCO heritage sites, the Galle Fort and the Ulugala Cliff can be visited. Be sure to do them in good time for when the sand starts to fly in the summer (from May to August). Unspoiled: Sri Lanka is a true oasis of natural splendor.


How can we support the country?

Lonely Planet’s money-can’t-buy travel deals to Sri Lanka mean that every person who chooses to go is donating to support this cause. Additionally, your money is helping to support hundreds of thousands of people that will be directly affected. Last month, Lonely Planet published a list of the top 10 best value holidays in Sri Lanka. Find out more about the deal at Airbnb. Here are the 10 Reasons to visit Sri Lanka. 1. It’s accessible for those with accessibility needs. Upper North Eastern Province and Southern Province are accessible by bus, as well as from Colombo, the capital. A Trip Advisor user pointed out that if you’re disabled, the province’s roads are well-maintained and “many obstacles and obstacles removed.” 2. Sri Lanka has an indigenous population.


Conclusion

To help you better understand the safety concerns of Sri Lankan travelers, visit the Sri Lankan government’s official website, which clearly details travel advice, regularly updates security advice and ‘holiday spots’ to avoid. Finally, if you do decide to visit this beautiful country, make sure you follow the Lonely Planet bloggers who, with their experience as travel professionals, have spent years traveling around the country, exploring its diverse destinations. You can always contact a local travel agent to make sure you’re best informed before taking your holiday.

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