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Why Trip to Srilanka?

The Wildlife

SriLanka is blessed with exquisite wildlife. The people of this small island country are environmental conservationalists. They care about their wildlife very well. The country has a very high degree of biodiversity. In your SriLanka honeymoon travel package you can incorporate a Safari at Sinharaja Forest Reserve. It will take you to witness a number of wildlife animals. You will totally enjoy your timing here.

The Beaches

The beaches is another reason you should visit SriLanka. Do incorporate a visit to the beaches of Sri Lanka in your SriLanka Honeymoon Package and enjoy the pristine beauty of nature. Walk hand in hand with your better half on the lovely beaches of SriLanka and admire the scenic beauty. There you can also find facilities such as swimming, sailing and surfing. Negombo, Bentota and Hikkaduwa beaches are the popular beaches in SriLanka. You will quite enjoy here.

The Food

SriLanka offers a variety of cuisine. It is mouthwatering, colourful and spicy. Here you will coconut sold in roadside shacks which will be cut open at your demand and provide you a refreshing drink. Here you will also find Lamprais which is rice and curries wrapped together in a banana leaf. One should also try traditional dishes here which are Kiribath (milk rice) and Malu Ambuthiyal (sour fish curry). Believe me, there is something to satisfy every palate.

The Temples and Ruins

SriLanka is truly a cultural city. A walk around the age old temples and ruins in SriLanka will give you a richer insight about the country and its people. There is a beautiful palace ruin named Sigiriya rock which is located in the Matale district of SriLanka. You can pay a visit here to feel a part of history, Apart from this, there are many Buddhist and Hindu temples found in Anuradhapura complex which are quite attractive.

The Festivals

In SriLanka, there are festivals all round the year. There is the Sinhala-Tamil New year festival in April, the May full moon poya day or Vesak and much more. You should never give the processions amiss because they are just amazing.