Similar to other South Asian countries, Sri Lanka, too, focuses a lot on the importance of Ayurvedic treatment. There are different types of Ayurvedic Spa available in Sri Lanka that help one to maintain a balance between their mental and physical health, providing travelers with great relaxation and rejuvenates their body. With choices ranging from luxurious Swedish massages to traditional Shiatsu therapy, getting a spa massage is the best thing to do in Sri Lanka.
Located next to Kandy's Prize Jewel, the Kandy Lake provides striking reflections of the sky, particularly on a full moon night that one cannot afford to miss! A morning or evening walk beside the Kandy Lake covered with lush rainforest appearing in the backdrop is obviously one of the most peaceful and soothing things to do in Sri Lanka.
Popularly known as the sanctum where the sacred tooth relic of Lord Buddha has been kept for protection for generations, the Temple of Tooth Relic is among the most pristine and tranquil shrines in the country. Besides exploring the comforting beauty of this place and peeking at the sacred tooth relic, visitors will also come across delightful sights of people practicing the Buddhist way of meditation and spreading chants in the neighboring areas. For Buddhists, as well as travelers, seeking inner peace and revive themselves, explore this beautiful temple.
This temple has been built as per belief that Goddess Sita was kept here after being taken away forcibly by Ravana, the Seetha Amman Temple is an essence of serenity and purity. Set amid scenic landscapes of a forested hillside and a stimulating river running nearby, visiting this place is the best thing to do in Sri Lanka as it attracts thousands of visitors with its beauty. Recently found, that this remarkable temple is located next to the giant footprints of Lord Hanuman, who came to rescue Goddess Sita.
Covered with massive tea estates, Nuwara Eliya is the most beautiful place in Sri Lanka that everyone should visit on their Sri Lanka tour. To get a close experience of how the Sri Lankan tea is made, visit the Tea factory is a must on your tour plan. Know the comprehensive process included in the extraction of tea from tea leaves, its cultivation, and then its transformation into the scented tea that you sip every day.
Laxapana Falls, Devon Falls, Ramboda Falls, and Glen Falls are some of the admirable waterfalls in Sri Lanka that one must visit on their way to Nuwara Eliya from Kandy or proximity areas. Dipping in the refreshing and scenic waterfalls or simply resting on their shores are the best things to do in south Sri Lanka with family.
While exploring the southern coast of Sri Lanka in the Bay of Galle, you will come across the Galle Fort. The Portuguese built it in the year 1588, and then it was widely encouraged in the mid-1600s. This fort is declared as a World Heritage Site in by UNESCO in 1988 to save its cultural heritage. Presently, it is encircled by commercial entities like cafes, jewelry shops, fashion outlets, bookshops, and the luxurious Amangalla Hotel. This fort is meant for history lovers!
When you're in Mirissa, Sri Lanka go for a conducted whale watching tour or a dolphin watching tour (or both). You can spot these beautiful beings of Nature rushing in the sea fun fully. We would recommend you to explore Mirissa and witness these giants from November to April. During these months, the ocean is a bit smoother, and these mammals can be a witness near to your boat.
As we've found about the hatchers, the Pinnawala Elephant Orphanage was built to give a home to stranded, wounded, or mistreated elephants as well as take care of them. Preserving over 40 elephants currently, from which many are babies, the Pinnawala Elephant Orphanage has made enormous efforts for the well-being and security of elephants in Sri Lanka. The most soothing things to do in Sri Lanka are to view these mischievous, yet cute animals dip in the river, proximity to the orphanage.