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Top Unique Experiences in Sri Lanka

For an island that is around four times smaller than the United Kingdom, Sri Lanka packs fairly the blow with a big variety of landscapes; from Ceylon tea blanketing mountainsides and rolling hills to public parks that are home to the utmost density of leopards on earth, and stunning golden beaches spotted with surfers and sun seekers in-the-know. And, the droplet-shaped country happens to also be home to uniformly diverse and sole experiences.

Check out the most favored experiences to enjoy that are all completely exclusive to Sri Lanka:

Sri Lankan Cooking Class

Sri Lankan cooking is greatly underestimated with its bigger Indian neighbors frequently stealing the show. Rice and curry, Sri Lanka’s national dish, is simplified by language however lacks no imagination and flavor in execution.

Learn to make several sole local dishes made up of countless vegetables that can be sautéed in boiled in coconut milk, spices, Tempura-d, deep fried, caramelized and even served uncooked with grated coconut. If you have any unusual requests, like the vastly popular egg hoppers, then only let your guide know.

Sigiriya Rock

Sri Lanka has a wealthy civilizing history with proof of very old human settlements dating back at least 125,000 years. Roughly the world, rulers have long built impressive palaces to terrorize their subjects and show off their wealth to their enemies, however only a few have gone to the attempt of building a castle on a vast private rock plateau rising almost sheer, 1,000 feet higher than the nearby plains.
Sigiriya Rock
Once the fifth-century place of the rule of one King Kassapa, climb the 1,200 steps at Sigiriya Rock castle to discover the fundamentals of the ancient ruins. Back on the earth, walk around Sri Lanka’s oldest antique kingdom of Anuradhapura, dating back to the fourth century BC, by bicycle with a specialist guide and miracle at the antique archaeological ruins and ingenious irrigation systems.

Travel on an Original Colonial Railway

Initially built to transport Ceylon tea from the hill country to Colombo in 1864, Sri Lanka’s customary rail line now principally transports passengers, particularly commuters from and to Colombo and is, in our modest opinion, one of the extremely gorgeous and beautiful railway journeys in the world.

Hop aboard one of the daily planned trains stopping at Kandy, Hatton, Nuwara Eliya, Ella and lastly Badulla and journey throughout the tea-clad mountains, providing views that you would not see from the road.

Meeting the Vedda

Exclusive to the island, the Vedda is a forest-dwelling, original tribe who has occupied central Sri Lanka’s land for thousands of years. Embark on a special chance to spend a day in the life of a Vedda with a village chief, learning about daily life, refining civilization, and the tribe’s history.

Walking through the antique jungle, the forest actually comes alive as he delves into how his relatives lived off the land, formed local medications from local plants and sourced food in customary hunter-gatherer style, as you are shown antique hunting grounds and cave dwellings as well.

Sri Lanka is a small country filled with a lot of amazing and historic places. Just make a trip to Sri Lanka and enjoy the taste of amazing foods and delight at the amazing beaches.

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