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25 Photos to Inspire You to Visit Sri Lanka 25 Photos to Inspire You to Visit Sri Lanka

25 Photos to Inspire You to Visit Sri Lanka

25 Photos to Inspire You to Visit Sri Lanka

25 Photos to Inspire You to Visit Sri Lanka

25 Photos to Inspire You to Visit Sri Lanka

25 Photos to Inspire You to Visit Sri Lanka

25 Photos to Inspire You to Visit Sri Lanka

25 Photos to Inspire You to Visit Sri Lanka

25 Photos to Inspire You to Visit Sri Lanka

25 Photos to Inspire You to Visit Sri Lanka

25 Photos to Inspire You to Visit Sri Lanka

25 Photos to Inspire You to Visit Sri Lanka

25 Photos to Inspire You to Visit Sri Lanka

25 Photos to Inspire You to Visit Sri Lanka

25 Photos to Inspire You to Visit Sri Lanka

25 Photos to Inspire You to Visit Sri Lanka

25 Photos to Inspire You to Visit Sri Lanka

25 Photos to Inspire You to Visit Sri Lanka

25 Photos to Inspire You to Visit Sri Lanka

25 Photos to Inspire You to Visit Sri Lanka

25 Photos to Inspire You to Visit Sri Lanka

25 Photos to Inspire You to Visit Sri Lanka

25 Photos to Inspire You to Visit Sri Lanka

25 Photos to Inspire You to Visit Sri Lanka

25 Photos to Inspire You to Visit Sri Lanka

Whether you go because you saw a photo online like these 25 photos to inspire iou to Visit Sri Lanka or read the tales of its deep history, Sri Lanka is one of those places you can’t miss. With being a small island, it really knows how to show a good time. A diverse experience awaits and whether you want to be at the beaches of Mirissa catching the best surf or up in the high mountains of Ella, there is truly something for everyone. The journey in Sri Lanka can often be so long, so brace yourself for an adventure that has no time schedule and be ready to meet some of the friendliest locals who are teeming with excitement to show off their backyard. It’s the kind of place you could easily spend weeks in and I’d suggest heading here for at least two weeks.

You can hire a driver or take the local transportation to get around to each of these incredible spots. One highlight is indeed a safari in Yala National Park, so I’d highly suggest planning around this during your trip. It’s an opportunity to see leopards in the wild, and one of the best spots in the world to spot them (no pun intended!). Afterwards make your way to the southern beaches to soak in the sun and laid back lifestyle.

Checkout this two week itinerary for more inspiration and find the rest of the Sri Lanka posts here!


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Xx,
Jessica

4 Comments

    • Jessica Wright Reply

      Amazing!! Where are you headed in Sri Lanka??

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