Parackrama Samudraya

Parakrama Samudraya

The largest ancient Rainwater Reservoir of the island, Parakrama Samudraya. At 2100 hectares (5600 acres) Waves which sniff the bound declare that it was an inland ocean. Parakrama Samudraya is

polonnaruwa

Polonnaruwa

Sri Lanka’s splendid medieval Polonnaruwa was the second capital of Sri Lanka after the destruction of Anuradhapura in 1070 AD. Which was plundered, made desolate and laid hopelessly bare to the

yapahuwa

Yapahuwa

Yapahuwa served as the capital of Sri Lanka in the latter part of the 13th century, built around a huge granite rock rising abruptly almost a hundred meters above the

Sithul Pawwa

Sithul Pawwa

Sithulpawwa rock temple monastery is an edifice dedicated for religious worships in the country of Sri Lanka. The name Sithulpawwa is derived from the word “Chiththala Pabbatha”, which means the

Yala-National-Park

Yala National Park

It is one of the biggest jungles in the country. Elephants are the Park’s main attraction although leopards are seen frequently and sloth the bear occasionally. Yala is also home

Kumana National Park

Kumana National Park

This is Sri Lanka’s sanctuary for endemic and migratory birds, it is one of the country’s largest protected breeding grounds, home to some 255 species of birds. its lake populated

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