Kandy situated in the central highlands cool away from the often enervating heat and heavy air of the coastal regions is carpeted by green and lush tea plantations and mountain forests hugging the higher slopes. The city of Kandy remains the Sinhalese cultural and spiritual centre with many attractions such as the Temple of the Tooth Relic, The Kandy Museum, Royal Botanical Gardens and the Udawattakele Forest Reserve.
Situated on an undiscovered and deserted two kilometre stretch of a pristine private beach, Alankuda Beach offers a truly relaxing, discrete and romantic getaway. The azure, warm ocean is almost always mirror-calm and welcoming during the months of October to May. The coastal waters offer the treasures of dolphin and whale watching as well as snorkelling over nearby spectacular coral formations. In addition there are deep-sea fishing, kayaking, canoeing, sailing, kite and wind surfing.
Bentota used to be a place to rest on the way to Galapatha Temple which legend claims is linked by a maze of subterranean tunnels with all other temples in the area. Today Bentota is big on sea sports and activities; so you may well need a holiday after you get back! On Bentota lagoons calm waters you can enjoy everything from jet skiing and windsurfing to wakeboarding and canoeing.
Dambulla is famous for the famous Cave Temple, which is a UNESCO World Heritage site and many nature parks and jungle trails that set a perfect backdrop for adventure activities and breathtaking sights in the Cultural Triangle. The Dambulla Cave Temple that houses ancient statues and paintings depicting the Buddha and his life is the most important attraction of Dambulla, which attracts many tourists from far and wide.
Negombo is mere 07Kms from the Bandaranaike International airport, located at the mouth of Negombo lagoon; set amid lush grove coconut palms feels the real spirit of the sea. Outrigger canoe and the catamaran used as fishing vessel still can be seen and also has a small port.
Pasikuda & Kalkuda are untouched beaches in the east coast of Sri Lanka close to the town of Batticloa. Their white sands, calm water & Sheer beauty remain unrivalled. Due to 2004 Indian Ocean Tsunami & Sri Lankan Civil war tourist numbers have declined. But since Pasikuda is known to have one of the longest stretches of shallow Coastline in the world it's getting popular as a tourist destination among foreigners as well as locals.