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Here we tell you about a list of beautiful spots in Sri-Lanka which you should consider visiting on your Sri Lanka Tour.
Ramoda Waterfalls are one of the most beautiful waterfalls in Sri Lanka. It is the 11th highest waterfall in the tea country on an altitude of 945 meters above the sea level. Sometimes the waterfall form 2 tributaries of the same river which may form twin waterfalls very close to each other as the water spills down cliffs and rocks. one can witness the beautiful sight at the Pussellawa area of Nuwara Eliya, at the Ramboda Pass.
2. Adam’s Peak:
Adam’s Peak is a diverse biological site and a common pilgrimage for all the ones who believe firmly in Buddhism. It is said that after an ascent of 2243 metes you would find the footprint of Buddha. This tall pointed mountain is worth the climb after which you can get to see mind-blowing landscape and a sunrise you would surely not forget for a long time.
Bentota is surely going to be a paradise for the ones who consider living their lives by the beach. This coastal town has beaches, luxury hotels and beauty in the most pure form which you would witness here. You can either spend your day soaking in the sun at the Bentota Beach or visit Kosgoda Turtle Hatchery. If you have a quaint for religious sites and water sports, Bentota would take care of that too.
Kandy is located on a plateau and is surrounded by central highland mountains. You can visit Kandy to explore the Sinhalese Culture and especially during the Esala Perahera Festival which takes place during the summer months. You can also visit the 4th century Temple of Tooth which has its own share of religious importance.
Apart from the famous cricket stadium, Galle is full of charming Dutch-era villas and delightful seaside views. On your tour to this well preserved colonial city, you would come across the largest remaining seafront which was built by the Europeans. Natural Harbour and St Mary’s Cathedral are some of the other iconic places in Galle.
6. Yala National Park:
Yala National Park introduces itself as the home to the highest concentration of leopards in the world and an important sanctuary for Sri-Lankan Elephants and aquatic birds. While there are high chances for you to spot the leopards, you can also make yourself familiar with the monkeys, crocodiles and other critters.
Some of the best examples of Sinhalese art and architecture are found in Polonnaruwa in the form of well-preserved tombs, temples, statues and other archaeological sites. Earlier, this place was a capital of the island and a major commercial and religious hub.
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