Los Angeles, CA, June 16, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- A new travel website has just been launched by PureTravel featuring Sri Lankan holiday tours. PureTravel is also delighted to confirm that all of the holidays are supplied direct from tour operators who are actually based in Sri Lanka.
Formally known as Ceylon before the year 1972 and Taprobane by Greek people, Sri Lanka is an island country that sits on the southern part of the Asian continent, just 31 kilometres off the Indian coast. The country of Sri Lanka has a population of about 20,238,000 people, who speak Tamil and Sinhala as their official languages.
For those choosing a holiday in one of the cities of Sri Lanka, visitors will discover bustling markets, ancient monuments and plenty of cultural heritage sites. There are plenty of narrow lane that offer adventure and mystery at every turn. Travelers can really get to see some of the most interesting historical and cultural places in the world.
The Randenigala Wildlife Sanctuary is unquestionably one of the most interesting places that one can simply appreciate all kinds of bird species through bird watching expeditions and tours. At the same time, visitors will also get to view some amazing archaeological findings that date to many centuries ago.
Just to make all holidays Sri Lanka worth every penny of money spent, a wildlife trip to see the majestic elephant habitats and more historic ruins of great palaces that were once built long time ago can be the best family treat ever. Other special wildlife parks that travelers can also spend their holidays visiting them include the Somawathiya national park, Galoya National Park and the north-east and south-west Gal Oya Valley sanctuaries.
If it was thought for one moment that Sri Lanka doesn’t have any eco friendly destination sites, guess again. Enjoy some soothing atmosphere at the Rekawa sanctuary, Kanniya hot springs, Royal Leisure Park, Amnekke Devalaya wooden town and the fifth largest natural harbour in the world, Trincomalee harbour, all situated in Sri Lanka. The fun never in Sri Lanka never seems to impede at any one time.