About Sri Lanka

Sri Lanka is a paradise island steeped in mystical legend and dreamy folklore. Ravened throughout time immemorial for its dazzling gemstones and spices, this exotic land has always attracted people from across the world. The country continues to beckon holidaymakers even today with its myriad charms. Golden sandy beaches, bracing waterfalls, golf courses and ancient rain forests mingle amidst majestic ruins and serene temples. Combine this with warm hospitality, balmy weather and the rich flavors of local food and you’ll find a country that epitomizes the beauty of the magical East.

Sri Lanka is different. Sri Lanka, an island in the Indian Ocean is located to the South of the Indian subcontinent. It lies between 5 55′ and 9 55′ North of the equator and between the Eastern longitudes 79 42′ and 81 52. The total land area is 65,610 sq. km and is astonishingly varied.

A length of 445 km and breadth of 225 km encompasses beautiful tropical beaches, verdant vegetation, ancient monuments and a thousand delights to please all tastes. The relief features of the island consist of a mountainous mass somewhat south of the center, with height exceeding 2,500 meters, surrounded by broad plains. Palm fringed beaches surround the island and the sea temperature rarely fall below 27 C.