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Dear Visitor... In the diversity of Sri Lanka’s attractions, culture stands out with a long history, where Buddhism stands out as the finest. Meditation is an important aspect of the observance of Buddhism, and the island has many temples that facilitate meditation. The Kanduboda Vipassana Meditation Centre is one that provides a fine environment for meditation, with guidance and direction. The Diwali Festival is the highlight of Hindu celebrations, marking new beginnings and the triumph of good over evil. It is of special significance in Sri Lanka as it recalls the stay of Sita, the wife of Hindu god Ram, A special feature of Sri Lankan history is the colonial period, and the Dutch Fort at Galle is a monument that marks the hold of the Dutch in the Asian region, where Galle. White Water Rafting is sports delight, especially to foreign visitors, and Kitulgala is the top destination for this with swirling and challenging waters. The island’s many natural attractions provide the ideal Camping locations – amidst waterfalls, on misty mountains. The palm trees are a draw to visitors, and the Kitul Tree – a lofty palm tree is of special draw with its supply of ‘toddy’ the liquor of the villages, and a show of the skilled work of toddy tappers, who extract the liquid essence from the Kitul flower. Beach Hotels, and delights of nature in the hills, are facets of the memorable draw of Sri Lanka to visitors. The Travel Lanka Team

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