This ancient Sri Lankan capital was the ultimate blend of civics and religion in a beautiful natural setting. What’s the best way to approach a visit?
For hundreds of years the statues and the cave paintings of Dambulla have survived, carefully looked after by the devoted. So who created who?
The turtles along Sri Lanka’s southern coast are threatened by human activity. But these local turtle hatcheries are trying to save them.
No history of Sri Lanka is complete without looking at the influence of the Europeans. The walls of the Old Town of Galle represent it so perfectly.
Hundreds of years ago, a relic of Buddha ended up here in Sri Lanka. Today, the temple holding it brings pilgrims from all across the world.
The tea industry in Sri Lanka is more than just a critical part of the economy. It also gives a lifestyle – and a home – to thousands of people.
If you trek through the Horton Plains National Park in the Central Highlands of Sri Lanka, you can reach the end of the world. Just don’t be late!
The enormous rock on which an ancient king built his fortress is impressive – but why was this leader so scared he had to hide himself up here?
Every year a very special event occurs in the wilds of Sri Lanka. Hundreds of elephants come together to feed, socialise and raise their babies.