Once the capital of Ruhunu, a kingdom of yesteryear, this town in the south eastern regions of Sri Lanka, it is famous for Tissa Wewa, Tissamaharama Stupa and an entry point into Katharagama and Yala National Park.

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Trincomalee, the port city with heavenly sights from the turquoise waters to the golden sandy beaches, the British and Dutch heritage to the most recent additions to the land that make it worth the journey.

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Home of the 400 Asian Elephants of Sri Lanka, Udawalawe is found in the southern province of the island. One of the most important in the region, this dry zone game park, is ideal for a 4WD safari expedition

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Unawatuna is a favoured holiday destination of many who make their way to party or relax their worries away. With the spray of the waves and the sun of their faces, this coastal village in the Galle province

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Wadduwa received its name from “Weda Doova???, which means to say the ‘Land of Native Doctors’. This coastal town is popular amongst tourist as a laid-back haven of relaxation and tranquillity by the sea.

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