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National Parks in Sri Lanka

National parks are allowed for public to see & study wildlife. There are 22 National Parks declared in Sri Lanka. Introduce rules & regulations in order to ensure the maximum protection of wildlife & habitats within National parks. Yala National ParkWilpahthuNational ParkWasgamuwa National ParkKumana National ParkGaloya National ParkLahugala National ParkMaduru oya National ParkFlood Plains National […]

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KALAMETIYA BIRD SANCTUARY

Brilliant place to get close to nature in my opinion – not visited by large numbers of tourists, making it a laid back and very peaceful venue to observe bird specieslocated close to the beach and consists of many lagoons, scrub jungles, mangrove swamps, and open grassy areas. You can go with a guide on […]

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The Ancient City of Polonnaruwa –

Polonnaruwa was the second capital of the paradise Island of Ceylon after the destruction of Anuradhapura in 993. It comprises, besides the Brahmanic monuments built by the Cholas, the monumental ruins of the fabulous garden-city created by Parakramabahu I in the 12th century. The Polonnaruwa Kingdom existed from eighth century until 1310 C.E. After ruling […]

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SINHARAJA FOREST RESERVE

UNESCO as a World Heritage Site and a Biosphere Reserve Beautiful forest with plenty of birds, including rarely seen owls. You could spend at least a couple of days there exploring different areas Over 130 birds, species are found here including many of the 33 species endemic to the Sri Lanka. There also rich reptile […]

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BUNDALA NATIONAL PARK

Bundala National Park consists of brackish water lagoons and hosts approximately 197 species of birds including cormorants, grey herons, waterfowls, painted storks, Eurasian spoonbills and black-necked storks. The park is just 15 km to the east from Hambantotayle Set command. Both the Themes gallery and the Quick Styles gallery provide reset commands so that you […]

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Dambulla Cave Temple

Dambulla Golden Rock cave temple is a world heritage site by UNESCO in Srilanka which declared in 1991. The site located 2km from the Dambulla centre. The gigantic rock 160m above from the surrounding plains, the circumference of the base is more than 1.5km. The history of the cave temple dates back to 2nd century […]

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Welcome to the Electronic Travel Authorization (ETA)

Welcome to the Electronic Travel Authorization (ETA) official website of the Department of Immigration & Emigration (DI&E) of the Democratic Socialist Republic of Sri Lanka.For a Short Visit to Sri Lanka, (For more info…) travelers should obtain an ETA with effect from 1st of January 2012. On the basis of reciprocity, citizens of The Republic […]

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