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About Sri Lanka

Sri Lankan nature, culture, traditions & religion are intertwined and representing a perfect circle of life.
To the Greeks it was Salike, to the Portuguese Trapobana, English named it Ceylon, and Arabs Tenerism. So many names for a little piece of earth. It lies in the ocean and effortlessly carries the weight of 2000 plus years of different cultures, traditions, beliefs, lives and deaths, being a witness of the time, of its transience and eternity.

This tropical island nation is a place where the original soul of Buddhism still flourishes and, where nature’s beauty remains abundant and pristine. Its been named “The Pearl of the Indian Ocean” because of its natural beauty. The relatively small country of Sri Lanka has UNESCO World Heritage Sites, a coastline of pristine beaches, national parks, nearly 500,000 acres of lush tea estates, 250 acres of botanical gardens, 350 waterfalls and 24 wildlife reserves, which are home to a wide range of native species such as Asian elephants, leopards and sloth bears. diverse landscapes with rich bio diversity and a friendly, multicultural community make Sri Lanka the perfect spot for a holiday.

You have just walked into the place where there is more to see than there ever can be. Blinking, step into the sun, because you are near the beginning. And this is not a metaphor. By climbing several thousand steps you will reach the place where primordial man first set foot on Earth. For over a thousand years Adam's peak, also called Samanalakanda (Butterfly Mountain), has been a sacred mountain for followers of four of the world's major religions. According to the Sri Lankans, Adam, Shiva, and Buddha left a giant footprint on the top of the last paradise on earth. Many mortals are drawn by the beauty of the place and the sense of divine; enchanted by an alluring beauty of the unbearable lightness of being. in this true place of quiet.

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