Spices found in Sri Lanka

Spices found in Sri Lanka

Sri Lanka has always been known for the fabulous number of spices that are grown there and it is one of the reasons that the Portuguese, Dutch and British tried to gain control of it, as spices were worth a king’s ransom.
Today the following spices are found growing in Sri Lanka:
Sri Lanka’s wildlife calendar

Sri Lanka’s wildlife calendar

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If you’re looking to go on a wildlife adventure of a lifetime, you can’t go much wrong with picking Sri Lanka as your destination. Not only is it packed with 26 world renowned national parks filled with big game, it is also arguably the best place in the world to see the largest creature of them all – the blue whale! If you’re looking for the best time to visit Sri Lanka for spotting wildlife, check out our wildlife calendar which shows when in the year is the best time for seeing the various exotic creatures that call Sri Lanka home
The People of Sri Lanka

The People of Sri Lanka

The native people of a country can make or break a holiday, as talking to the locals, visiting villages and markets, walking the locals walk and talking the locals talk, is very much part of an interactive holiday.
Sri Lanka is one of the friendliest nations in the world. The laid-back lifestyle of the locals, their willingness to help and the smiles on their faces will make your holiday unforgettable and memorable.
The Sri Lankans have so much time to spare and they can afford to stop and talk to strangers and welcome them to their land. They are such a gentle and courteous bunch of people.
Having over 35 Public Holidays a year helps the people to live a very relaxed life. The influence of Buddhism has turned the people of this Island into calm, generous and helpful people.
The traditions too, encourage the locals to receive and accommodate their guests. As a result, you will experience hospitality at its best in this country.
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