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A guide to Sri Lanka Wellness Holidays: Part 3 – Ayurveda

A guide to Sri Lanka Wellness Holidays: Part 3 – Ayurveda

One of the most unique aspects of a Sri Lanka wellness holiday is the chance to experience Ayurveda. For over two thousand years, Ayurveda is a healing system that has been practised across the Indian Subcontinent. It is the belief that you can cure mental and physical ailments through the rebalancing of internal energies. According… Read More »

A guide to Sri Lanka Wellness Holidays: Part 2 – Get Active

A guide to Sri Lanka Wellness Holidays: Part 2 – Get Active

Part 2 of our guide to Sri Lanka wellness holidays covers how you can get active during your holiday. Fresh air and exercise give us vital endorphins and serotonin, helping to rebalance our system and reboot our energy levels. Get active as part of your Sri Lanka wellness holiday to really feel the benefits of… Read More »

Sri Lanka – A Surfer’s Guide

Sri Lanka – A Surfer’s Guide

As an island nation, Sri Lanka offers the visiting surfer a unique combination of cultural experiences, natural wonder and near endless surfing opportunities. Read on to discover when and where to go for that surf trip of a lifetime. The first thing to know is that despite its small size, Sri Lanka has two distinct… Read More »

How to plan a Sri Lanka holiday for families with young children

How to plan a Sri Lanka holiday for families with young children

Sri Lanka is a fantastic destination for a family holiday, but we know that travelling with young children can be daunting – especially if you are heading to an unfamiliar country. When it comes to holidays with young children, there are so many points to consider: the safety of the destination; travel times and transport;… Read More »

Travel companies beat DIY deals and big online sites, says Which?

Travel companies beat DIY deals and big online sites, says Which?

The UK’s top consumer magazine, Which?, has warned that trusting global online travel sites risks “dodgy refund policies and non-existent customer service” and that it is not the money-saver that many customers assume. The study challenges the notion, fuelled by the growth of on-line information, that if travellers do all the planning themselves they will… Read More »

Hi-Tech Drones to Rescue Colombo Waterways

Hi-Tech Drones to Rescue Colombo Waterways

There is new hope for Colombo’s urban waterways thanks to the high-tech drones which could reduce the cost of cleaning them up by as much as 90 per cent. Kayal, a unique start-up in Sri Lanka, proposes a new solution to battle pollution in urban waterways. It proposes using Aqua Drones to fish out waste… Read More »

Sri Lanka returns to normality, slowly but surely

Over the past couple of days, the situation in the country has been showing signs of slowly returning to normalcy.

With the support of our friends, Sri Lanka will unite

Dear Friends & Partners, It is with a profound sense of sadness that we share this. You will by now have heard the news, have seen the distressing pictures flashed across your television screens, and will fully understand the scale of appalling tragedy that unfolded on this beautiful island on Easter Sunday. Words are rarely… Read More »

March madness in the island

Venture out on the streets during most weekends between February and March, and you will be bombarded with noise – of school boys and cricket lovers going on parades in bicycles, cars, vans, trucks and by foot. These are the months of the ultimate cricket battle of schools – better known as Big Match Season.

Escape to the West Coast of Sri Lanka for Christmas

    Escape the Christmas crowds…     Christmas in Sri Lanka is magical, whether you’re trekking through the tea-covered Hill Country, climbing to the top of Sigiriya Rock Fortress or sipping a cocktail on the beach and watching the sun sink into the sea. Peak season begins in December and runs all the way… Read More »