From misty hills to azure blue seas, Sri Lanka is known the world over as an exotic island; a little pearl in the Indian Ocean that shines as bright as the smiles of the people who live there. But what if we told you there’s much more to discover on this slice of paradise?
With a culture enriched with three thousand years of knowledge, Buddhism and many a colonial traditions, the Sri Lankan society is a potpourri of religions and races different yet similar in many so many ways.
Almost all Sri Lankans love their food spicy and their tea light; an unavoidable for a country, which produces the world’s best tea and spices. Introduced to the country in the 19th century by the British, Ceylon tea is the best tea in the world while Sri Lanka has also been known for its high quality spices since time immemorial. In Sri Lanka, cricket is the ultimate passion which draws all the Sri Lankans together irrespective of caste, race and creed.
Other than tea and cricket, gems especially blue sapphires is synonymous with Sri Lanka.
Just off the beaten track, lies ancient traditions that are juxtaposed with modernity; breathtaking scenery that must be found by the intrepid traveler and experiences that are a far cry from what you will see on Instagram. Talk to us about how you can experience a good day in Sri Lanka.