Keeri Beach

Mannar is one of the four districts of Sri Lanka’s Northern Province. Mannar Island is connected to the northern mainland through a causeway. A mere five kilometers from its main town, Keeri Beach is known to locals for its sunny location and excellent swimming spots.

Puthukkudiyiruppu War Museum

Puthukkudiyiruppu War Museum is situated along the Parantan-Mullaitivu Highway in Puthukkudiyiruppu, close to Mullaitivu in the northern part of Sri Lanka. Puthukkudiyiruppu is situated near the Nanthikadal lagoon where the Sri Lankan troops defeated the LTTE in 2009.

Grand Jummah Mosque Vavuniya

The Grand Jummah Mosque life up toward its reputation and is identified upon influential platforms as currently being a majestic Islamic issue of worship.

Vallipuram Alvar Vishnu Kovil

One of the major archaeological monuments in Jaffna and a sacred place of worship to Hindus, the Vallipuram Alvar Vishnu Kovil is considered to be one of the oldest kovils in the whole of Jaffna.

Baobab Tree at Mannar

The baobab also referred to as biobab boab, boaboa, bottle tree, upside-down tree, and monkey bread tree is a native tree to Africa, Madagascar and Australia.

Doric at Arippu Fort

Located approximately 40 kilometers south of Mannar Island, the Doric Bungalow (also known simply as The Doric) at Arippu was once the home of the first British Governor of Ceylon: Frederick North, the 5th Earl of Guildford.


Located approximately 80 kilometers outside of the town of Mannar and 40 kilometers northwest of Anuradhapura city, Thanthirimale is an old village in Sri Lanka’s Anuradhapura District that is known for its ancient temple: the Thanthirimale Raja Maha Vihara.

Delft Island

Delft Island is smack bang in the middle of the Palk Strait, separating northern Sri Lanka from southern India.

Nainatheevu Temple

Off the coast of Jaffna lies a notable little island known as Nainatheevu, with a rich and conflicting history, and is a popular destination for both locals and tourists.

Dambakola Patuna

Dambakola Patuna can be reached via road on a 45-minute journey from Jetwing Jaffna. Sangamitta Viharaya is situated on a coastline that skirts the northern edge of Sri Lanka.

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