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Dear Visitor... You have arrived at the tail-end of the festival season. Artistic grandeur, religious fervor, gaily caparisoned elephants elevate our festivals from others in the region. This is the time to enjoy our east coast beaches. Especially the hotspot Pasikuda, with its bluest of blue waters and ‘Maalu Maalu ‘ your perfect destination, buoyant views of the ocean or the infinite pool and ‘Ayur Vie’ Spa which specializes in native Ayurveda therapy and rejuvenation. An introduction to the high spots In the Kurunegala district you may explore as these are on the tourist trail. Namely Avukana, Sasseruva, Yapahuwa, Panduvasnuvara, Hatthikuchi Viharaya, dating from 2nd c .B.C. to 12th c., marvels of rock sculpture and architecture. Sri Lankan Handlooms embody the simplicity and beauty of colours in the Island. A strong weave, traditional motifs and designs give our handlooms a unique character, among clothing, household items and even toys, in the international market. At this time of the year, don’t miss visiting the Minneriya National Park, where ‘The Gathering’ occurs. One of the greatest wild life spectacles where over 300 elephants converge to enjoy the tank with receding water level and newly sprouting grass, play and make merry. An interesting read on Michael Ondaatje, the renowned Canadian literary figure, born in Sri Lanka, then Ceylon, of Dutch, Sinhalese and Tamil ancestry, a blend of Sri Lankan ethnicities and colonial rule. Enjoy our beautiful Island and spread the word! The Travel Lanka Team

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