Wednesday, October 5, 2011

Adam's Peak is in the list of "10 places to travel for a higher cause"

In the highlands of Sri Lanka there is a mountain that’s all things to all religions. Depending on your spiritual persuasion, the indent on the summit of Adam’s Peak is either the place at which Adam first set foot on earth, or a footprint left by Buddha, Shiva or St Thomas. Small wonder the track to the summit is like an ant trail in the pilgrimage season (December to May). Secular pilgrims will find the view alone worthy of the journey. On a clear day it stretches to the Sri Lankan capital, Colombo, 65km away.
Read more on Lonely Planet.

Friday, July 22, 2011

Whale Island !

Chaaya Hotels

Chaya Blu, Trincomalee
Chaya Citadel, Kandy
Chaya Tranz, Hikkaduwa
Bookings can be done through link below.
Chaya Hotels

Saturday, July 9, 2011

Rocky, Mayur explore Sri Lanka's food culture

Tuesday, June 14, 2011

Scotia Prince ( Passenger Cruise ) Visits Colombo from Thoothukudi

Sunday, May 1, 2011

Online visas for visitors to Lanka

Article was copied from the Sunday Times 1st May 2011.

Cabinet approval has been sought to activate the on-line visa facility for foreign visitors that will be tagged along with an administration fee, a senior official said yesterday.

Immigration and Emigration Chief Chulananda Perera told the Sunday Times any person intending to visit Sri Lanka could download a landing visa from his or her home computer and the guidelines regarding this would be sent to the travel trade and diplomatic missions.

He said he could not say when the online facility would come into force, but added that the authorities were keen to put it into operation soon.

“The administration fee which will be decided by the Cabinet will cover only one month. Those intending to stay longer will be charged a visa fee on a reciprocal basis.“For example, if a British citizen seeks a visa for more than a month, then the fee will be the same that is charged from a Sri Lankan intending to visit that country. The same procedure will be applied to those visiting the country from the United States, Europe or elsewhere,” he said.

Citizens of Singapore and the Maldives would be exempted from the fee because Sri Lankans did not require visas to enter those two countries. Should any other country provide this same facility to Sri Lankans then we will reciprocate accordingly, Mr. Perera said.

Wednesday, March 30, 2011

What Sri Lanka Really is ...

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