Pinnawala Elephant Orphanage

World famous as worlds first Elephant Orphanage in Pinnawela. This orphanage was established in order to take care of young elephants abandoned by their mothers for various reasons.

Sinharaja Rain Forest

Sinharaja is one of the most biologically diversified Natural Rain Forests in the world recognized as a world heritage by UNESCO in 1990. Sinharaja is Sri Lankas vast repository of Natures Wealth full of endemic birds, fauna and flora.

Yala National Park

Yala is the largest National Park in Sri Lanka and is the home of most of the large mammals of the country including wild elephants, wild boar, wild buffalo, leopard, bear and deer. Sri Lankan Jungle fowl and Peacock are common here.

Matara Dutch Fort and Sea

Matara is a fascinating place situated on the banks of Nilwala River and The Blue Ocean in the South, unique to it's own nature and culture. The two star shaped Dutch Forts were built in mid 17th Century.

Kosgoda Turtle Conservation

Kosgoda Beach is famous for it's turtles. Many Turtle conservation Hatcheries and Lagoons are main attractions.

Diving & Snorkeling

Often referred to as the ‘pearl in the Indian Ocean', Sri Lanka offers world-class Scuba-Diving and Snorkeling tours. A multitude of tropical fish, magnificently colorful coral reefs and fascinating ship wrecks can be explored at several locations off the south coast of Sri Lanka.


Over the past several decades the Indonesian art of batik making has become firmly established in Sri Lanka. Indeed, it is now the most visible of the islands crafts.

Whale Watching

Whale Watching Mirissa has been most popular attraction among the tourists who visit sri lanka.since the year 2010 and still we are operating whale watching trips based on Mirissa Harbor from October to May.Not like other places you can watch Blue Whales & Spinner Dolphins with in 2 hours in mirissa. Do you feel to have this unique experience then join with us and we always do our best to make your trip perfect with a safe tour.

Stick Fishing

Fishermen sit on sticks while fishing in the traditional way in weligama.

Snakes Garden

The snake fauna of Sri Lanka is diverse and range from the primitive uropeltids to the modern viperids. Ninety six species of snakes are recorded from Sri Lanka.


Weligama is one of the most reliable surf destinations in the Indian Ocean with several famous surf points in walking distance. There is one Beach Break, the Weligama Beach Brake (best for beginners), Reef Brakes are Kabalana, Midigama, Ram's Point, Plantation Point and Two Secrets Point. Surf lessons, surf board hire and a surf camp provides all beginners or professionals what they are looking for.

Rathnapura - City of gems

Mining of gems in Sri Lanka, also known by the name of Ratna Deepa (Sinhala: The Island of Gems) in the ancient times, is woven in to the history of Sri Lanka, goes back at least to 2000 years. The Mahavansa, the ancient chronicle of Sri Lanka too mentioned about gems and jewelry on several occasions. A sizeable community at Ratnapura is engaged in the Gem Trade. Mechanized gem mining being banned in Sri Lanka, unearthing gemstones at Ratnapura is an unsophisticated and small-scale affair done in traditional methods.