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Cultural Triangle.

Cultural Triangle of Sri Lanka has the majority of the most important historical monuments, religious places, and ancient ruins of the island. Point of this imaginary triangle being Kandy, Anuradhapura, and Polonnaruwa three of the most historic cities of the island, the cultural triangle is where you want to visit if you are interested in exploring the history and Sinhalese culture of the island.

From palaces, temples, gigantic dagabas, man-made reservoirs to giant buddha statues, the area will surprise you at every corner. Sigiriya Lion rock fortress, temple of the tooth, ancient city of Anuradhapura and the ancient city of Polonnaruwa are some of the most popular attractions of the cultural triangle.

Sigiriya

08th Wonder in the world

Located about 173 km away from Colombo, this ancient artefact lies on top of a sandstone with a height of 200m.

This glorious monument which is also referred to as the 8th wonder of the world by the locals was built by King Kassapa.

The architectural technology of Sigiriya, which was used to build the water gardens, the chain of galleries and staircases evolving from the mouth of an enormous lion is mind-blowing not only to historians but also to modern engineers.

This amazing wonder is listed as one of the UNESCO World Heritage Site and is one the best places for you to give your mind a cracking sensation of a magnificent architecture which dwells among this little country centuries ago.

Don't Miss

  • Discover the archeological museum before the climb
  • Watch the sunset from the top of the sky fortress
  • Taking a few snaps at the lion's paw

Polonnaruwa

02nd ancient capital of Sri Lanka

Polonnaruwa, one of the best conserved historic cities in the world is located 227 km away from Colombo. 

This splendid medieval capital established in the 11th century was also declared as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The relics and temples of Polonnaruwa are within a much more compact area and provides you with an excellent opportunity to explore the legacy of the city in a relaxing bicycle ride while enjoying the rural ambience and lifestyle of the local folks.

One of the most conspicuous features in Polonnaruwa is the vast Parakrama Samudra, a manmade lake which covers an area of more than 15 Km. The ruins of royal palace and council chambers, the Thuparama and Vatadage, Gal Potha (Stone Book) are only a few out of many artefacts well preserved thoroughly out the years which exhibits the former glory of the ancient capital.

Do not forget to refresh yourself from various beverage stalls located on either side of the road while observing the troops of monkeys passing by.

Don't Miss

  • Explore the archeological museum before the site visit
  • Taking a few snaps in front of the king's palace
  • Explore the " Parakrama Samudra" 800 years old ancient reservoir.

Dambulla Cave Temple

Most popular rock temple in Sri Lanka

Out of many world heritage sites in Sri Lanka, Dambulla is one of the top notches. Located about 159 Km from Colombo this incredible site is well preserved throughout the years.

Hidden inside a majestic rock this incredible cave temple constructed with a golden interior is a fascinating site bursting with the picturesque surrounding. The stunning rock temple compound contains five separate caves where there are about 150 splendid Buddha statues and paintings. This construction is an amazing proof of religious devotion.

Do not forget to pay a visit to the Dambulla fresh vegetable market where you can find freshly plucked vegetables at an extremely lower price. 

Don't Miss

  • Explore the 5 major caves dotted with 150+ Buddha statues
  • Explore the giant golden statue of Buddha.
  • Learn a little of history of Buddhism & Culture in Sri Lanka

Pidurangala

The number one hiking trail in the Cultural Triangle

Located next to the world-famous Sigiriya lion rock fortress, Pidurangala rock has become the number one hiking trail of the cultural triangle. Situated only 5 kilometers north to Sigiriya rock, Pidurangala is a trail you can’t afford to miss during your visit to Sigiriya if you are into mind-blowing sceneries.

The narrow, steep path to the top is not the easiest yet will offer you incredible views of the surrounding landscapes and the Sigiriya fortress at the summit. If you are fast, it will only take 20 minutes to get to the top of the rock. The rock has been a monastery for Buddhist monks during the 5th century and has a temple and a giant Buddha statue that is not in excellent condition. Make sure to start your hike in the morning or the evening as the afternoon isn’t the best time to be on the rock summit due to extreme heat.

Don't Miss

  • Best sport for a breathtaking view of the Sigiriya rock & surroundings.
  • Famous spot for view the Sunrise / Sunset
  • Explore the historic painting at the temple.

Anuradhapura

The first Capital of Sri Lanka

The first capital of Sri Lanka, Anuradhapura, today is a popular tourist attraction and a prominent religious place for Sri Lankan Buddhists. The ruins of the ancient city of Anuradhapura, which was built in 4th century BC along with a 2300 years old sacred fig tree, Sri Maha bodhi and many other historical monuments in Anuradhapura, will showcase the glorious history of Sri Lanka. The fig tree is a twig from the exact tree from India where Lord Buddha attained enlightenment. It is also home to some of the largest stupas in Sri Lanka, including Ruwanweliseya, Jethawanaramaya and Abhayagiriya.

The place is ideal for exploring the history of the country and experiencing the rituals of the Buddhist devotees. Declared as a UNESCO world heritage site in 1982, the ancient city of Anuradhapura has been under 130 kings for over 1400 years. The ancient ruins of the place showcase the impressive talents of woodworkers, stoneworkers and architects at the time. 8 sacred places are a must-visit for Buddhist devotees in Sri Lanka when they visit Anuradhapura, which includes Jaya Sri Maha Bodhiya, Ruwanwelisaya, Jetawanarama, Thuparamaya, Lovamahapaya, Abhayagiriya,  Mirisaveti Stupa and Lankarama.

Don't Miss

  • Explore the 5 major caves dotted with 150+ Buddha statues
  • Explore the giant golden statue of Buddha.
  • Learn a little of history of Buddhism & Culture in Sri Lanka

Other must do activities !

Village Tour
Relaxing Ayurvedic Massage
Game Drive In Minneriya National Park
Hot Air Balloon Ride
Explore Leopards In Wilpattu National Park

Exploring a village in Sri Lanka will unfold the essence of the rural lifestyle of the locals, which is why you should never say no to a village safari. Offering you an ample of opportunities to experience the authentic village life of rural villages, a Village safari will show you the simplicity and the self-sufficient lifestyle of the locals. 

Visit the village on a bullock cart dragged by a bull and discover how Sri Lankans do farming, paying a visit to their vegetable farm and end your tour with a tasty local meal prepared by a village housewife. Learn how the locals do lake fishing and how self-sufficient they are. Pay a visit to a house in the village and share life stories as you learn about traditional house appliances you can only see in Sri Lanka. You can even help with preparing the meal in the kitchen if you are up for a challenge and learn some Sri Lankan home-cooked recipes.

 

Village tour Sri Lanka

If you are looking forward to unwinding, you can’t afford to miss an ayurvedic massage during your visit to Sri Lanka. From herbal baths, oil massages, aromatherapy to steam baths, you can enjoy a range of soothing Ayurvedic treatments to help you release your stress. Using ancient Ayurvedic practices and various local sourced herbal medicines, an Ayurvedic massage and therapy ensure you herbal healing treatments for your mind, body, and soul.

Get yourself for a herbal bath with flower petals and aromatic oils, enjoy a relaxing time feeling the stress leaving your body, and get a full body massage to help you relax your muscles, enjoying quiet time by yourself. You can find an excellent Ayurvedic spa no matter where you are in the country; however, we advise you to check for the reputation of the spa you select.

 

Located in the central province, Minneriya and Kaudulla are two adjacent national parks that attract tourists and locals alike in thousands every year. Offering you a world of opportunities to explore the wildlife of Sri Lanka, those two parks are home to many flora and fauna species. This includes elephants, deer, peacocks, wild boar, leopards, water buffalos, crocodiles, and more.

Go for a ride in a 4×4 vehicle along the narrow paths, scanning the thick jungles for exotic wildlife, which will be an unforgettable experience you get to enjoy in your lifetime. The best time to explore the national park is from July to September, where you get to witness the largest Asia elephant gathering in the world.

 

Minneriya National Park

There is no better way to capture the beauty of Sri Lanka than from above in a hot air balloon, gliding slowly passing the treetops. Hot air balloon rides are one of the most popular ways to explore the beauty of Sri Lanka from above and will offer you unforgettable travel experience. Experience an adventure of a lifetime capturing the beautiful landscapes from the bird’s eye view along with some famous landmarks. Watch, green paddy fields, snaked rivers, roads, matchbox-sized vehicles pass by as you float among the clouds feeling the wind in your hair.

The ride is also ideal for a romantic date with your significant other or even to propose as the beautiful scenery along with the tranquility of the surrounding will create the perfect setting for romance. Hot air balloon rides are available in Kandalama Lake, Galle, and Bentota.

Hot Air Ballooning Sri Lanka

Discover the incredible sights of wildlife at close quarters at Wilpattu national park in a jeep ride for a wildlife adventure of a lifetime. Wilpattu is another famous national park in Sri Lanka; locals and tourists flock around every year. Many animal, bird and reptile species reside in Wilpattu. Some of them are elephants, leopards, wild boar, jackal, rusty-spotted cat, and deer. The birdlife of the park includes garganey, Pintail, White Ibis, Large White Egret, Whistling Teal, Spoonbill, while reptile species of the park consists of Monitor Lizard, Mugger Crocodile, Common Cobra and Rat Snake.

If you an animal lover, Wilpattu is a national park that you must make time to explore in a safari ride if you are on the northwest coast of Sri Lanka.

Leopards in wilpattu National Park

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