Sri Lanka's political, economic and cultural centre.
The Royal Botanical Gardens of Peradeniya has more than 4000 species of plants.
A town situated in the Nuwara Eliya District known for its Ceylon tea plantations.
This Portuguese fort was built in the sixteen century in order to protect the city from invaders and was the main port of Sri Lanka for more than 200 years.
Negombo is largely used as an entry and exit point for Sri Lanka, although it does have some interesting reminders from the Dutch and Portuguese era and excellent beach resorts.
The Lion Rock fortress is Sigiriya, is both a geological and architectural marvel.
Polonnaruwa is once the islands medieval capital.
Yala is home to one of the countries largest national parks.
Sri Lanka's most sacred city, Anuradhapura contains some of the island's most sacred Buddhist site
A small coastal village famous for its golden bay and clear, shallow waters.
Is a lively fishing village with several international beach resorts, cafes and bars.
The Pinnawala Elephant Orphanage was established in 1975 and now runs a successful captive breeding program.
This tiny hill station sits deep in the heart of the picturesque tea country.