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Sri Lanka, since the olden days has been synonymous with exotic spice varieties sought after by many, world over. This emerald isle was not only envied by various nations owing to its abundance of these rich elements, but was eventually invaded by those who wished to claim these much priced possessions for themselves.
Sri Lankan tea, better known as Ceylon Tea has been world renowned for centuries for its quality and distinctive taste. It was as far back as in 1842 when the British introduced tea cultivation to Sri Lanka. The perfect alchemy of the land, sun and rain in this emerald isle offered the exact climatic conditions for tea cultivation to flourish on Sri Lankan soil.
Sri Lanka's commercial capital and major port. – Colombo, is a fine amalgamation of all the hues and cultures within this paradise isle. This chic metropolitan that accommodates skyscrapers, sandy beaches and a collage of markets and gardens, brings together the many facets of this island nation.
Located in the Matale district, Dambulla is part of cultural triangle and is home to the world famous Dambulla cave temples.
Located in the Southern province, the city of Galle is a living time capsule. Home to the largest occupied Fort in Asia, its quaint beauty extends beyond its golden beaches and cerulean waters.
Kataragama is home to one of the most important religious sites in Sri Lanka that draws pilgrims from various faiths.
Most often referred to as the hill capital of Sri Lanka, Kandy offers a diverse variety of experiences to its visitors ranging from history, culture and simple scenic beauty.