Sri Lanka is home to some stunning wonders including tropical beaches, giant carpeted mountains, and vast plains. Being a cultural hub comprising of a multitude of ethnicities, religions, and traditions, it is no secret that festivities in Sri Lanka are never-ending.

If you are still on the fence about choosing Sri Lanka as your upcoming holiday destination, here are a few things that might help you make up your mind.

  1. Tree Plantations

Sri Lanka’s tea plantations, located in the lush countryside, seem to span for miles on end.  There are various tea factories and plantation holders that offer the facility to tour the estate. This Sri Lanka tea plantation tour usually includes a detailed overview of the manufacturing process as well, where different varieties of tea are available to taste and purchase.

A mere stroll through one of these fields floods you with exquisite scents that leave you feeling fresh and fulfilled. The whole experience is simply a breath of fresh air far away from the usual humdrum life, and we are positive that this tour will be the very highlight of your trip!

  1. Cultural Diversity and Heritage

According to UNESCO, Sri Lanka houses up to eight different World Heritage Sites, all of which are near one another. To name a few, the ancient cities of Polonnaruwa and Anuradhapura are favorites among tourists.

Then there is the infamous lost city of Kandy, that lies in the midst of a dense jungle and which has yet to be discovered. Also, there are cave temples, forest reserves, and a historic fort located in the southern part of the island that dates all the way back to the Dutch colonial era.

  1. Festivals

Sri Lanka comprises several major religious denominations residing within its borders. This fact, in addition to the cultural and ethnic diversity, gives rise to a vibrant and festive air all year round. Notable festivals include Diwali, the Hindu and Buddhist New Year, and the Vesak festival, etc.

All these celebrations are a superb expression of love and harmony accompanied by elaborate spells of music, food, costumes, performances and so much more. As a vacationer, it is an experience like no other, as it gives you the freedom to submerge yourself in the culture in spite of yourself completely.

Conclusion

If you are looking for reasons to visit Sri Lanka, the list is simply endless. From water sports to spiritual experiences and beautiful wildlife, you will find yourself enveloped in the ultimate haven of experiences and possibilities so pack your bags and get ready to embark on the adventure of a lifetime!