This archaeological site contains many styles of monuments including the famous Hindu
The Gal Vihariya is a collection of sculptures carved in rock, representing three postures of Buddha sitting standing and lying
Best known for the Lion's Rock, which rises to 370 m in height. Is a natural fortress on which some ruins remain.
The access to the rock includes gardens, fountains, a rock painting gallery, giant lion paws, and magnificent panoramas.
In this city, a former capital of Sri Lanka, there are three monastic complexes to visit: The Bodhi tree which has a temple and the oldest famous tree in the world,
The Isurumuniya Temple, a shrine of rock paintings of the third century BC featuring many animal sculptures, and The Bronze Palace which was a wooden building of 9 floors.
If one enjoys walking within a natural framework, exploring this reserve will be a highlight of your trip.
Explore the forest with a local guide.
This jungle far from human footprints is full of small animals, a wide variety of birds, mammals and butterflies, as well as countless insects, reptiles and rare amphibians to be carefully watched.
Located in a valley with lush vegetation, Kandy also has two valuable assets.
It holds:- The Royal Palace and The Dalada Maligawa,
the Temple of the Tooth, which keeps the relic of the Buddha
-Peradeniya Botanical Garden, one of the finest in the world.
- Not to be missed, in August is The Perahera Festival.
Where a hundred elephants march at once, escorting the relic of the tooth