On this page, you will find all tourist attractions in Sri Lanka in one place. The tourist sites on the island are so diverse that international visitors will have hard time choosing from untouched jungle, numerous safari parks, spice gardens, tea plantations, elephant orphanages, forts from the colonial period, picturesque train rides and many others.
Visiting a Hikkaduwa lagoon and fish therapy is a lovely experience. Once our visitors arrive to the lagoon, they will have to search for the local catamaran owners as they are the ones who can take you to the lagoon ride. Visitors will have the opportunity to enjoy a peaceful break while they are watching numerous birds and iguanas in their natural habitat. They will also have the opportunity to see an old Buddhist temple, visit cinnamon island and visit the fish farm where they can dip their toes in a large pool, relax and let the fish do the rest.
Community Tsunami Museum in Sri Lanka represents a path laden with painful emotions because it is a monument that still in silent testimony of the sufferings of the people of Sri Lanka from the time when the tsunami hit their coast in 2004. This museum has guides who explain how tsunami came to be, what the cause of it was, how the damage was done and what they, as a community, are doing today in order to overcome such terrible consequences if a new tsunami befalls the region. They will also explain the new security system that was implemented in order to warn the people when to find a shelter and go and hide.
Uva Halpewatte Tea Factory was built in 1940 during the British rule. The factory was constructed in the cool climate, on 1230 meters. Sri Lanka is exporter number 1 in the world when it comes to tee, and today it exports its famous tea to UK, the Middle East and Russia. Sri Lanka, during British rule, was named Ceylon, the name of the Sri Lankan tea today.
Spice gardens are quite numerous in Sri Lanka. One may find them on each part of the island. But, why should you visit them? The reason is rather simple. Visitors can see the plants and smell the fragrance of numerous spices and herbs that they had no opportunity to see and feel before.