East Coast

Parakrama Samudra

Sri Lanka has two large monsoon seasons, each lasting about three months. The rest of year remains dry and hot, except for a few short heat induced thunderstorms at night. This climate, with its lack of regular water, can have a devastating effect on those who make a living from agriculture.

Giritale Wewa

Giritale Wewa or Giritale Tank is a reservoir in Giritale and Minneriya. Giritale Tank was one of the deepest tanks in Sri Lanka during the rule of ancient capital Polonnaruwa.The Giritale Wewa Reservoir is not only a sightseeing venue in the area but also a historic location having a rich mythological history.

Angammedilla National Park

Amban River which is sourced by Sudu Kanda forms the southern border of the park. A mountain range stretches across the park from Girithale to Minneriya.

Nissanka Latha Mandapaya

Nissanka Latha Mandapaya is a raised stone platform, with many small stone pillars and eight big granite ones, a stone fence and a small stupa. The granite pillars are 8.5 feet tall and surprisingly curved at three places.

Dalada Maluva

As the capital of the Kandyan kingdom, Kandy which is 3 hours away from Dalada Maluva had become home to the relic of the tooth of Lord Buddha, and the protector of the relic was the ruler of the land.

Lahugala Kitulana National Park

Lahugala Kitulana National Park is one of the smallest national parks in Sri Lanka. Despite its land area, the park is an important habitat for Sri Lankan Elephant and endemic birds of Sri Lanka.

Senanayake Samudraya

Galoya reservoir at the moment explained as Senanayake Samudraya is the greatest and really distinctive involving other reservoirs inside of Sri Lanka within just distinctive manners. The earthen dam by now developed is for that reservoir.

Biso Pokuna

Stays of a palace sophisticated lies at the village of Galabedde 10.5 km towards Monaragala upon the Pottuvil street. This features an appealing sluice gate, ponds, moats, ramparts and the stays of a palace consideration in direction of being the regional princess Sugala Devi.

Kaludiya Pokuna Forest

Nature lovers can relax and enjoy the true bounties of Mother Earth in the Kaludiya Pokuna Forest. The lush forest houses an array of diverse species that are non-endemic and endemic to Sri Lanka.

 Arisimale Beach

Arisimale Beach lies on an isolated location which is actually about 50 kms North of Trincomalee in the town of Pulmude. In Tamil arisi means rice and malai means mountain.

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