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About Sri Lanka

Sri Lanka encompasses endless beaches, timeless ruins, welcoming people, oodles of elephants, rolling surf, cheap prices, fun trains, and food that is both flavorful and relatively cheap.

This irresistible country gets high marks for its topography, including more than 25 mountains that soar higher than 5500 feet up into the sky.

Most of the time, Sri Lanka’s climate is like a fantastic paradise, with temperatures in the 70s all year round.

The island nation’s history spans over 2200 years and features many Hindu temples and Buddhist shrines where you can pay your respects to some 2000-year-old statues or local deities. An ancient canal even runs along the southwestern coast and is still in use today.

Sri Lanka, formerly Ceylon, was first colonized by the British in the late 19th century. It got its independence in 1948 and since then has become known as one of the most diverse countries in Asia.

The population is mainly Buddhist, but Muslims, Hindus, and Christians live and work side by side in peace.

There are a spectacular variety of things to do here.

You can shop for fresh flowers or jewelry, take a stroll through the tranquil botanical gardens or explore wildlife sanctuaries where you can spot elephants, sloth bears, and monkeys gamboling about, among other animals.

Visit a school in your village to learn about the importance of education, visit the tea plantations, and marvel at the quality of the tea (the “tea leaves” are not tea because they’re green).

Sri Lanka is great for families since kids can enjoy playing on the sandy beaches and exploring the countryside.

You can even go scuba diving, which is especially exciting when you come across schools of colorful fish swimming in your direction.

The country’s weather is perfect for outdoor adventures, so it’s easy to travel from one beach to another with chances of seeing some wildlife wherever you stop.

The land itself is home to an incredible variety of plants and animals, which many people enjoy visiting and seeing.

Tourism is a vital industry in Sri Lanka and welcomes more than 10 million visitors each year.

Many of these visitors take advantage of the country’s natural resources such as coral reefs, jungles, and national parks.

Sri Lanka is a tiny compact country with a population of around 21 million people.

Many of these visitors take advantage of the country’s natural resources such as coral reefs, jungles, and national parks.

Its island nation covers an impressive 5,466 square miles of land, but it’s famous for its tropical sea, striking hills, ancient forests, and natural beauty.

So let’s explore Sri Lanka now!

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