All posts tagged "eco-tourism"

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    River Boat Expedition in Madu Ganga

    Madu ganga river is a complex coastal ecosystem of mangroves and islands which spreads over 900 hectares of area. There are totally 64 island in Madu Ganga. It is located in Balapitiya, 80 km away from Colombo,...

    • Posted May 23, 2017
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    Wetlands and Marshlands in Sri Lanka

    In Sri Lanka, Wetlands have been a lifeline of ancient civilization. Wetlands possess not only ecological significance but economic value as well. Among the natural wetlands in Sri Lanka, the Bundala, Anaiwilundawa and Maduganga wetlands have been...

    • Posted May 9, 2017
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  • Sri Lankan Elephants
    Visit Sri Lanka in 2016 for beautiful beaches, heritage, people, food and elephants

    Huffingtonpost recently published an article titled “12 Reasons to Visit Sri Lanka in 2016” Some of the interesting reasons listed in the article are – It’s an unspoiled tourist destination The beaches are unbelievably beautiful The country...

    • Posted November 30, 2015
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  • Trip to Lipton’s Seat Dambetanne Haputale

    Lipton’s seat in Dambetanne, Haputale is an excellent tourist destination for superb views, trekking, spectacular landscapes, enjoy cool weather and to see Sri Lanka’s finest tea plantations. It is located in Poonagala Hills in Dambetanne Tea Estate....

    • Posted August 16, 2012
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  • Sri Lanka Blue Magpie - Endemic to Sri Lanka
    Bird watching trips Sri Lanka & Birding Map

    Sri Lanka can be considered as an Ornithologist’s paradise due to its abundance of bird life. A total of 444 birds have been recorded, of these 250 are resident and 33 species are endemic, and others are...

    • Posted April 11, 2012
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  • Download Free Travel Guides on Sri Lanka

    Travel Guides on Sri Lankan Wild-life, Eco-tourism, National Parks and Nature can be downloaded here. National Parks and Wild Life Reserves Serendib Magazine – “Best for blue” Gathering of elephants Primates Whales Primates of Sri Lanka Pink Dolphins...

    • Posted September 29, 2010
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