Excursions to Sri Lanka
Sri Lanka is a country in South Asia, located on an island once known as Ceylon. Anyway, the same name was given to this island country until the 1970s. However, the current name is extremely accurate. In Sanskrit it means "dazzling country".
And that is indeed Sri Lanka. Excursions to this country are extremely popular today. In 2009 the civil war ended here, which posed a significant threat to those who came to the island, which was definitely not conducive to treating the country as a destination for a relaxing and exotic trip. After the conflict, Sri Lanka has become a thriving country with a rich tourist-oriented infrastructure. However, there are still zones that are inaccessible due to possible mine clearance. However, in the resorts we can feel safe. Currently, according to experts, there is no increased risk of a terrorist attack. In this respect, Sri Lanka is now safer than many Western European capitals and has a unique, exotic charm.
What are the biggest attractions that will meet us during the trip?
Sri Lanka is a country that is famous for its lush, exotic nature and rich fauna and flora. In the wilderness of the local jungle, elephants, buffaloes and leopards still live freely. One of the attractions is also a trip to the tea plantation, which is still harvested here by hand. It is one of the country's most important export goods. There is also something for everyone who loves sightseeing in Sri Lanka - there is no shortage of ancient buildings. If you choose a good time, you also have the chance to take part in one of the many colorful Hindu festivals, Sri Lanka, like other Asian countries located by the ocean is also a paradise for water sports enthusiasts. There are ideal conditions both for diving, including for advanced people who are looking for new challenges in this sport, as well as for diving with a snorkeling, which does not require special skills and allows you to see the fascinating underwater life of the ocean.
Warm ocean waters also encourage lazy baths - but remember to take basic precautions - do not enter the water after drinking alcohol and watch out for jellyfish that are burning. Although they do not pose a serious threat to our health, the burning traces of burns can effectively spoil our rest.
Sri Lanka also has plenty of places with ideal conditions for surfing. At the beaches you will find both equipment rentals and schools, where you can learn to swim on a board under the supervision of an instructor. Those who prefer a more lazy holiday can simply relax on the beach, enjoying the fabulously beautiful, exotic landscapes and the perfect weather for relaxation.