|Weddings in Sri Lanka
Make your fairy tale wedding come true in the magical land of Sri Lanka. A paradise island of glorious beaches, palm framed blue skies and tropical warmth, a little Garden of Eden to celebrate the most precious day of all! Say ‘I do’ amidst the breathtaking views of the hilly highlands or the windy lowlands, Sri Lanka is full of varying terrain that never ceases to be beautiful.
You can take the opportunity to see the wondrous sights from the air with taking a hot air balooning tour.
Yoga & Meditation
Planing your next meditation retreat in Sri Lanka? You will find the best meditation centers and ashrams in Sri Lanka. Sri Lanka as predominant Buddhist country is home to competent Vipassana meditation teachers living in the source of Theravada Buddhism. This technique of meditation aims to purify your mind by dissolving stressful thoughts and mind patterns. Meditation is a mighty tool, if practiced daily which enables you to deal with difficult situations in your life with calm foresight
Shopping for Handi Crafts
Sri Lanka’s ancient social system having its Indo-Aryan roots has been largely instrumental in preserving traditional skills with its characteristic identity; certain arts and crafts were assigned to defined socio-occupational groups.
Sri Lanka has a rich assortment of medicinal plants of which some are endemic to the country. The majority of the plants used are the same as those used in India. Dolukanda and Rumassala are believed to be fragments of a part of Himalayas that were carried over to Sri Lanka by the mythical monkey King Hanuman of King Rama. Evidence unearthed from prehistoric burial sites speaks of the ancient practices of Ayurveda across Anuradhapura, Polonnaruwa, Madirigiriya and Pomparrippu.
The earliest references of Ayurveda medicine in Sri Lanka are associated with a great physician; Ravana a king of Sri Lanka dating back to the prehistoric times. Traditionally, it is believed that Ravana of Ramayana fame was well versed in Ayurveda medicine.
Ramayana mentions that he represented Sri Lanka at a medical symposium at the base of Himalaya in India during his era. There were four tribes, Yaksha, Raksha, Naga and Vaddas in Sri Lanka at the given time. According to Historiography in Sri Lanka King Ravana was the author of the following medicine books of Ayurveda. Arkaprakasya, Nadivignanaya, Kumarathanthraya and Udishathanthraya.
Sri Lanka is rich with with small , mediaum and large scale Ayurveda resorts which offer professional Ayurveda treatments in gorgeous, comfortable surroundings mostly located in Habarana , Ella, Kandy, Southern coast , Negombo, and many other travel destinations.