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The paradise island of Sri Lanka welcomes you. As it open its doors to the world once again ; Sri Lanka has pulled out all the stops, ensuring that every precautionary measure has been set in place to make your island getaway as safe, secure and serene as possible. In your preparation to explore the wild and wonderful, we’d like to bring your attention to the ‘things you need to know ‘ for your safety as you make your way to an amazing time that is So Sri Lanka!

Key Points to Note to make your travel Safe, Secure and Serene!

  • No minimum number of days is required for a stay.
  • All facilities of the hotel would be made available to the guests.
  • No restrictive quarantine required.
  • Tourists can visit approved tourist sites under the safety of a bio-bubble.
  • Tourists must stay at a certified ‘Safe and Secure’ Level 1 hotel for up to 14 days of their stay.
  • Pay for PCR Tests ( 40 USD per PCR test depending on the number of days of the stay) when applying for visa online and for insurance (12 USD) with one month cover of 50,000 USD.
  • Currently no exceptions would be made for vaccinations taken; all safety protocols should be adhered to regardless.

Sri Lanka Tourism Safety Protocol

As we open our doors to the world again; let’s make sure our paradise island is as safe and secure as it can be against the ongoing pandemic. After a thorough analysis of the situation and following multiple consultations with all relevant stakeholders and health professionals, a set of guidelines and protocols have been listed out to assist those in the tourism sector to ensure a smooth transition to begin operations in the midst of this new normal.

Those in the tourism sector have been requested to adhere to these guidelines, as they are vital measures that have been taken to assure the protection of our tourists and ourselves. Safety measures have been implemented across the country so that travelers may enjoy a hassle-free stay; however it is the responsibility of the tourism establishments to adhere to the COVID safety protocols, so that the reopening of the island may be a sustainable effort for the tourism sector as a whole.

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Approved Tourist Sites and Attractions in Sri Lanka

In order to make your travel, safe and secure Few amazing locations filled with serenity without mixing the local community has been approved for foreign tourists to visit on your trip to Sri Lanka. It covers popular wildlife hotspots and world heritage sites to enjoy your vacation peacefully in Sri Lanka with some breathtaking experiences.

Sigiriya Fortress – The World Heritage Historical Monument

Important Notice

Open: 6.30 am to 5.30 pm
Fresco cave maximum 8 at a time
Museum 60 tourists maximum at a time

Sri Lanka Tourism Development Authority
Picture Courtesy: Eshan Goonetilleke

Sigiriya is a rock fortress rising from the lush green forest located in the central plains of Sri Lanka is one of the marvelous creation of King Kashyappa. Sigiriya, formerly known as ‘Sinhagiri; which means ‘The lion Rock’ is formed of near-vertical walls soar to a flat-topped rock crest that contains the ruins of an ancient civilization, thought to be once the epicenter of the short-lived kingdom of Kashyappa. This fortress welcomes you by the monumental Lion Paws Gate.

This enormous palace complex built in 480AD is also encompasses forever spellbinding wall paintings known as the Sigiriya Frescoes. This entrancing frescoes were painted on the western surface of Sigiriya Rock hundreds of years ago, they were the highlight of this historical monument. Moreover this fortress contains another amazing wall that would make you awe- struck. The mirror wall of Sigiriya was highly polished when it was made originally that the king could see himself whilst he walked alongside it. It was made of brick masonry and covered in highly polished white plaster but due to some irresponsible visitors, this wall was covered with writings, then it was banned to write on this wall.

The gardens of Sigiriya is also considered as one of the most important aspect of Sigiriya besides its frescos and other significant sights because it is one of the oldest landscaped garden in the world. There are 3 types of garden you can see in Sigiriya: The water gardens – occupied the western part of the Sigiriya complex, The boulder gardens –  extend from the northern slope consist of several large boulders linked by winding pathways and the terraced gardens are formed from the natural hill at the base of the Sigiriya rock.

Sinharaja Forest Reserve – UNESCO World Heritage Nature Reserve.

Important Notice

Open: Any week day

Sri Lanka Tourism Development Authority
Image Courtesy: I travel Wife Sleep

Sinharaja Forest Reserve is a UNESCO World Heritage site reserved for nature and biodiversity of this forest. It is said to be one of the virgin rainforests in the world. Sinharaja forest is located one hour ride from Galle city which is about 80km from Galle. In fact, this rainforest contains 50% of endemic mammals and 60% of endemic plants. Most of the endemic plants in Sinharaja forest are considered as rare species. There are plenty of things you can do in the Sinharaja rainforest such as sightseeing butterflies, exploring hidden waterfalls, birds and animal watching as well as hiking. The best time to visit Sinharaja rainforest is from January to may or between august to September. The forest become so wild in the monsoon season due to high rainfall so if you like to get lost in the wild woods, try to visit in the monsoon.

Yala National Park – The haven of wildlife in Sri Lanka

Important Notice

Open 6.00 am to 6.00 pm
Arrival of tour groups with advance notice

Sri Lanka Tourism Development Authority
Picture Courtesy: Nadunshi Maladeniya

Yala National Park is the most famous national park in Sri Lanka. Forming a total area of 1268 sq. km of scrub, light forest, grassy plains and brackish lagoons, it’s very rich in wildlife. Yala is considered as one of the highest leopard densities in the world. Beside the leopards you can aslo witness the earth giants roaming here; The elephant herd of Yala contains 300–350 individuals. Toque macaque, golden palm civet, red slender loris, and fishing cat are among the other mammals that can be seen in Yala National Park. This wild life haven also harbours the threatened mammals such as Sri Lankan sloth bear, leopard, elephant, and wild water buffalo.

Picture Courtesy: Eshan Goonetilleke

There are number of bird species found in Yala National Park. Out of them, Sri Lanka grey hornbill, Sri Lanka jungle fowl, Sri Lanka wood pigeon, crimson-fronted barbet, black-capped bulbul, blue-tailed bee-eater and brown-capped babbler are the 7 endemic bird species which can be only found in Sri Lanka. you can also witness some magnificent water birds near the lakes in Yala National park such as Waterfowl (lesser whistling duck, garganey), cormorants (little cormorant, Indian cormorant), large waterbirds (grey heron, black-headed ibis, Eurasian spoonbill, Asian openbill, painted stork), medium-sized waders Tringa and small waders Charadrius. Furthermore, Thousands of waterfowls migrate to the lagoons of Yala during the northeast monsoon. They are northern pintail, white-winged tern, Eurasian curlew, Eurasian whimbrel, godwits, and ruddy turnstone. The visiting species mingled with residing lesser whistling duck, yellow-wattled lapwing, red-wattled lapwing, and great stone-curlew. Rock pigeon, barred buttonquail, Indian peafowl, black stork, black-winged stilt, and greater flamingo are among the other bird species. Crested serpent eagle and white-bellied sea eagle are the raptors of the park. The forest birds are orange-breasted green pigeon, hornbills, Old World flycatchers, Indian paradise flycatcher, Asian barbets, and orioles.

Kandy – Temple of Tooth Relic & Laksala

Important Notice

Open: Any week day from 11.30 am to 1.30 pm
Tourist-owned footwear should be placed in polythene covers in the proper hygienic procedures in the shoe counter reserved for foreign tourists and placed the footwear themselves in the given basket

Sri Lanka Tourism Development Authority

The Temple of Sacred Tooth Relic is one of the most remarkable places to visit in Kandy. This golden roofed Temple is considered as a World Heritage Site in 1988 due to its perseverance of Buddhist culture which was built in the 1600s by King Rajasinghe ii of Kandyan Kingdom. The sacred tooth of Lord Buddha enshrined in the temple makes it as one of the most significant Temple in South Asia. Take a tour inside the Temple and see the magnificent architecture of this place which has so many amazing things inside to make you awestruck.

Image Courtesy: Tikirimali Silva

Buddhist bhikkhus conduct daily worship in the inner chamber of this sacred temple. You can also see some magnificent artifacts which serves as an important symbol of Sinhalese identity and pride. Furthermore this temple is visited by thousands of pilgrims wearing white clad bearing lotus blossoms and frangipani flowers for offerings and prayers everyday. Although you can visit this temple, you cannot see the sacred tooth relic because it is hidden safely within a gold casket. the visitors and pilgrims can only see the protected inner shrine of the sacred tooth relic during the Puja.

Laksala Kandy

Apart from visiting the Temple of Tooth Relic in Kandy city, tourists also allowed to visit the Laksala shop in Kandy to purchase Sri Lankan monuments to take them your home. All the stuffs you buy are handmade from local sri Lankan craft makers. Laksala plays a nationally important role of fostering the arts and crafts of the island, its products are sourced from the most authentic of manufacturers. Therefore you can count on Laksala to offer you the most genuine and traditionally crafted items wherever possible. The goods are sourced from throughout the island to offer you.

Image Courtesy: Laksala

Peradeniya – Royal Botanic Garden

Image Courtesy: Bernard Gagnon

Royal botanical garden of Peradeniya is one of the most visited destination in Sri Lanka by natives and foreign tourists. This beautiful garden is situated in Peradeniya near Kandy. This garden was created in 1370s which was enjoyed by the Queens of Kandyan Kingdom. This breath taking garden surrounded by Mahaweli river from the 3 sides encompasses of 4000 species of plants, including spices, medicinal plants and spectacular palm trees and an amazing collection of orchids. Moreover this garden is decorated with the blooms of an abundance of flowering plants and the breeze is filtered by various kind of medicinal plants.

Image Courtesy: Vyacheslav Argenberg

In addition to the plants, there are also many sites that could take your breath out. one such spot in the Peradeniya botanical garden is the suspension bridge which lies across rivers in the north side of the garden. This bridge is so narrow only pedestrians can use them and most of the time barely 2 people can pass each other. This bridge was built in 1931, during the British rule.

Udawalawe National Park – Witness The Earth’s Giants

Open 6.00 am to 6.00 pm
Arrival of tour groups with advance notice

Sri Lanka Tourism Development Authority
Image Courtesy: Lɪsᴀ

A safari to Udawalawe National Park is all you need if you want to witness 2 climatic conditions in the same park because this park is located  on the boundary of Sri Lanka’s wet and dry zones. Udawalawe National Park is situated in southern Sri Lanka (Sabaragamuwa and Uva Provinces), It is the 6th-largest reserve in the entire island, created in 1972 to house wildlife displaced by the building of the Udawalawe Reservoir. 

The habitat surrounding at the reservoir includes marshes, the Walawe river and its tributaries, forests and grasslands. Dead trees standing in the reservoir are visual reminders of the extent of forest cover before the construction of the Udawalawe Dam. Many Elephants visit here due to the water sources it holds. The rusty-spotted cat, fishing cat and Sri Lankan leopard are members of the family Felidae that you can encounter on your visit to Udawalewa National Park. Sri Lankan sambar deer, Sri Lankan axis deer, Indian muntjac, Sri Lankan spotted chevrotain, wild boar and water buffalo are also inhabited here. Golden jackal, Asian palm civet, toque macaque, tufted grey langur and Indian hare are among other mammal species you can spot in this beautiful destination.

Beside the mammals, you can also watch some exotic birds in this park such as Sri Lanka spurfowl, red-faced malkoha, Sri Lanka grey hornbill, brown-capped babbler, and Sri Lanka jungle fowl are among endemic birds of birds. furthermore, White wagtail and black-capped kingfisher are rare migrant birds that you can see here. The reservoir also attracts some species of water birds too such as cormorants, the spot-billed pelican, Asian openbill, painted stork, black-headed ibis and Eurasian spoonbill.

Eth Athuru Sevana – Elephant Transit Home

Eth Athuru Sevana is the Asia’s first rehabilitation center for elephants established in 1995 by the Wild life Conservation Department of Sri Lanka. It has has helped care for dozens of injured, sick, or orphaned baby elephants from all over Sri Lanka. It is situated in the western border of Udawalawe National Park. Here the injured elephants and orphan calves were looked after and released back to the forest when they are ready to go wild. The visitors are allowed to see the animals only during morning and evening feeding times. So check with your travel guides or tourist operators before you visit here.

Wilpaththu National Park – The Oldest National Park of Sri Lanka

Open 6.00 am to 6.00 pm
Arrival of tour groups with advance notice

Sri Lanka Tourism Development Authority
Picture Courtesy: Eshan Goonetilleke

Wilpaththu is the largest and one of the oldest National Parks in Sri Lanka which is located on the northwest coast of Sri Lanka. To be precise, it is located 30 km west Anuradhapura and 26 km north of Puttalam. Wilpattu is a Tamil name which is known as ‘The land of Natural Lakes’. Approximately 100 lakes (Willu) and tanks spread throughout this serene national park.

This National park is one of the significant historical landmark. The Mahavansa records that in 543 BC Prince Vijaya landed at Kudrimalai Point (Horse Point) which is formerly known as Thambapanni, established the Sinhalese kingdom in Tambapanni and founded the Sinhala nation. In 1905 the area was designated a sanctuary and it was upgraded into a National Park in 1938.

There are many types of vegetation to be found in Wilpattu, including littoral vegetation, such as salt grass and low scrub monsoon forest with tall emergents, such as palu (Manilkara hexandra), and satin (Chloroxylon swietenia), milla (Vitex altissima), weera (Drypetes sepiaria), ebony (Diospyros ebenum) and wewarna (Alseodaphne semecapriflolia).

Wilpattu National park accomadates 31 species of mammals including leopard (Panthera pardus kotiya) population. In addition, Elephant (Elephas maximus maximus), sloth bear (Melursus ursinus inornatus), water buffalo (Bubalus bubalis), sambhur (Rusa unicolor unicolor), spotted deer (Axis axis ceylonensis), mongoose, mouse and shrew can also be found in the wilderness of Wilpattu National Park.

Furthermore, this park also inhabits various species of birds such as the painted stork, the open bill, little cormorant, Sri Lankan jungle fowl (Gallus lafayetii) along with many species of owls, terns, gulls, eagles and kites buzzards.

Mirissa – A breathtaking Whale Watching Trip

Mirissa is a an exotic place for beach lovers and it is very famous for its scenic beaches with palm trees. in addition, this beautiful destination is blessed with amazing marine life and the giant blue whales are not an exception here. If you are a marine wild life lover, nothing beats the thrill of seeing an animal you are fascinated by, up close and personal. Marine experience in Mirissa is loved by many tourists because of the accessibility of the water. When on this side of the ocean, temperatures don’t need to plummet very low for you to enjoy a diving experience. Sri Lanka’s huge population of blue whales and sperm whales, as well as adorable bottle-nose dolphins, make for a breath taking wildlife experience. These giant and harmless mammals pervade the waters in Mirissa, where you can take on a whale watching boat trip and enjoy the day with world’s giant living beings.

Ridiyagama Safari Park – The Animal Kingdom Welcomes You

Ridiyagama Safari Park is 500 acre safari park, zoo in Ridiyagama area of Hambantota District, Sri Lanka. It is the 1st of its kind in Sri Lanka because you can see most of the animals in animal kingdom in the planet earth here including the lion king, Bengal tiger, Ostrich, Camel, Kangaroo and various animals from the other part of the world. Due to its classification of Animals, It is possible to see mostly all of the animals in one day.

Picture Courtesy: Munawwar

Pinnawala – Elephant Orphanage, Open Zoo and Laksala

Picture Courtesy: Mohamed Nuzrath

Pinnawala Elephant Orphanage is located in the middle of Kandy and Colombo, Northwest of Kegalle town. It was established by the Sri Lankan Department of Wildlife Conservation in 1975 for the purpose of providing food, shelter and care to the orphan baby Elephants that were found in the forest. It was first made at the Wilpattu National Park, then was shifted to several locations and finally shifted to Pinnawala Village. The orphanage can be reached through the A1 Colombo-Kandy main road or 2km from the Rambukkana railway station.

Pinnawala Open zoo is Sri Lanka’s first open air zoo located in Pinnawala near the Elephant orphanage. This zoo is about 44 acres which is cleverly landscaped without destroying the natural beauty of this stunning destination. This zoo consists of various species of native animals such as leopard, crocodiles, species of monkeys, birds, turtles and deer. You can also see some animals around the world.

Laksala is a state-run souvenir boutique shop often called as Laksala houses are an eclectic mix of all things in Sri Lanka – from tea to spices and also colorful batik wear, and an elaborate collection of arts, crafts, gems and jewelry. It is where you can buy some memorial monument to take home from Sri Lanka.

Anuradhapura – The Ancient Kingdom of Sri Lanka

Picture Courtesy: Nicolas Chadeville

Anuradhapura, a UNSESCO world heritage site for its historical importance is one of the main historical city in Sri Lanka. It is the capital city of the North central province of Sri Lanka and also it was the capital city of Rajarata kingdom following Tambapanni and Upatissa centuries ago. It is popular because of its well preserved ruins of the ancient civilization of Anuradhapura Kingdom.

This magnificent city encompasses the major archeological sites and architectural monuments in Sri Lanka such as enormous brick stupas, ancient pools and temples, built during the Anuradhapura reign hundreds of years ago. In the present day, many of the temples remain in use as holy places for worshipping.

Sacred Places in Anuradhapura

  • Jaya Sri Maha Bodhi – Not allowed to Visit due to Covid19 restrictions
  • Ruwanwelisaya –
  • Thuparamaya
  • Lovamahapaya
  • Abhayagiri Dagoba
  • Jetavanarama
  • Mirisaveti Stupa
  • Lankarama
Picture Courtesy: Nimesha Mendis & Gayan Perera
Picture Courtesy: Eshan Goonetilleke
Picture Courtesy: Eshan Goonetilleke

Amazing Structures in Anuradhapura

  • Isurumuniya
  • Magul Uyana
  • Vessagiri
  • Rathna Prasadaya
  • Queen’s Palace
  • Dakkhina Stupa
  • Sela Cetiya
  • Naka Vihara
  • Kiribath Vehera
  • Kuttam Pokuna
  • Samadhi Statue
  • Toluwila Statue
  • Ranmasu Uyana

Polonnaruwa – The living Ancient City

Polonnaruwa is an ancient city situated in the north central plains of Sri Lanka. It is the second most ancient Kingdom of Sri Lanka after the fall of Anuradhapura Kingdom. This ancient city was also inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage sites list due to its historic values of the ancient civilization. This city was ruled by some of the great kings of Sri Lanka when it was a thriving commercial center. The glories of that period can be found in the archeological treasures that still shows us how the city looked when it was prospered in those days. Numerous amount of ancient structures such as tombs, temples, statues and stupas can be found here on your visit to the magnificent city of Polonnaruwa.

Sites to visit on your visit to Polonnaruwa

  • Royal Palace – The King`s Royal Palace is a massive structure, measuring 31 m by 13 m, once including 50 rooms supported by 30 columns.
  • Audience Hall – The king`s Audience Hall is one of the best-preserved structures in the Royal Palace Group, with beautiful stone carvings.
  • King’s Pool – A swimming pool that was used by the king. It has a crocodile-mouth spouts that is used to lead fresh water into the pool.
  • The Sacred Quadrangle – a compact collection of beautiful and impressive ruins within a raised up platform bounded by a wall.
  • Shiva Devale – the oldest building dates back to the brief South Indian Chola dynasty period when the Indian invaders established the city.
  • Rankot Vihara – The largest dagoba in Polonnaruwa with the height of 54 meters tall.
  • Kiri Vihara – the best-preserved unrestored dagoba in Polonnaruwa as its lime plaster still in white perfect condition even after 700 years.
  • Lankatilaka– the huge Lankatilaka is impressive with its 17 m high walls with a headless statue.
  • Gal Vihara – four beautiful Buddha statues in perfect condition, cut from one long slab of granite.

Kaudulla National Park

Open 6.00 am to 6.00 pm
Arrival of tour groups with advance notice

Sri Lanka Tourism Development Authority
Picture Courtesy: Eshan Goonetilleke

Kaudulla National Park is situated in the Polonnaruwa district of the north central province of Sri Lanka. This beautiful national park is identified as one of the significant bird area along with Minneriya and Girithale. Since Polonnaruwa is considered as an important destination for agriculture in history due to its various irrigation system, Kadualla also among one of them; it was one of the irrigation tanks out of 16 tanks built by King Mahasen.

The centerpiece of the Kaudulla National Park is surrounded by the grasslands and scrubby forest. Two thirds of the park is under water during several months of the year. This beautiful park includes Relapanawa reservoir, Olumadu Wewa reservoir, Puliyan Kalla wewa reservor, Minneriya-Kanthale Yoda Ela canal, Aluth Oya stream and Hatharas Kotuwa Oya.

There are various kind of fauna and flora are found in this park such as Manilkara hexandra, Chloroxylon swietenia and Vitex altissima are the dominant tree species in the forest surrounding the tank and bushes such as Randia dumetorum, and Calotropis gigantea and grasses such as Imperata cylindrica, and Panicum maximum are abundant in some areas.

Furthermore,  24 species of mammals, 25 species of reptiles, 26 species of fish, and 160 species of bird are found here. Elephants can be seen in this park all year round but in drought season you can witness many elephants move here in search of food from Minneriya National Park. Sri Lankan sambar deer, Sri Lankan axis deer, chevrotain, wild boar, Sri Lankan leopard, and sloth bear are other mammals found in the park. along with these mammals reptiles and birds also can be seen during your visit. Large water birds such as spot-billed pelican and lesser adjutant visit the Kaudulla tank. Asian Spoonbill, Grey-headed Fish Eagle, Black-headed Ibis, Painted Stork and Open bill Stork are common sights at Kaudulla National park. Peacock, Eagle, Giant Eagle that are hereditary to Sri Lanka are also can be encountered on your visit to Kaudulla National Park.

Where Can You Stay on Your Visit to Sri Lanka

The followings list is the SAFE & SECURE CERTIFIED LEVEL 1 HOTELS Published by Sri Lanka Tourism Development Authority As at 15th January 2021

  1. Amaya Beach Kalkudah – 4 Star
  2. Amaya Lake Dambulla – 4 Star
  3. Amethyst Resort Passikudah – Tourist Hotel
  4. Anantara Resort Kalutara – 5 Star
  5. Anantara Peace Heaven Resort Tangalle 5 Star
  6. Ani Villas Dickwella – Tourist Hotel
  7. Ayana Sea Wadduwa – Boutique Hotel
  8. Ayurveda Paragon Talpe – Tourist Hotel
  9. Cape Weligama – Boutique Hotel
  10. Castlereagh Bungalow Hatton – Boutique Villa
  11. Cinnamon Beach Bentota – 4 Star
  12. Cinnamon Bey Beruwala – 5 Star
  13. Citrus Hikkaduwa – Tourist Hotel
  14. Connected Dreams Unawatuna – Bungalow
  15. Coral Sands Hotel Hikkaduwa – Tourist Hotel
  16. Dunkeld Bungalow Hatton – Boutique Villa
  17. Eco Team Safari Camps Yala – Camping Site
  18. Flameback Eco Lodge Weerawila – Guest House
  19. Fresco Water Villa Kimbissa – Tourist Hotel
  20. Heritance Ahungalla – 5 Star
  21. Heritance Negambo – 5 Star
  22. Hibiscus Beach Hotel Kaluthara – 1 Star
  23. Insight Resort Ahangama -Tourist Hotel
  24. Jetwing Lagoon Negambo – Tourist Hotel
  25. Jetwing Lake Dambulla – 4 Star
  26. Kahanda Kanda Dikkumbura – Boutique Villa
  27. KK Beach Habaraduwa – Guest House
  28. Langdale Resort and Spa Nanuoya – Boutique
  29. Lanka Princess Hotel Beruwala – Tourist Hotel
  30. Mermaid Hotel and Club Mahawaskaduwa – 2 Star
  31. Mosvold Lanka Villas Ahangama – Guest House
  32. Mountbatten Bungalow Bowalawatta – Tourist Hotel
  33. Norwood Bungalow Hatton – Boutique Villa
  34. Oliphant Bunglow Nuwara Eliya – Boutique Villa
  35. Riff Hikkaduwa – Tourist Hotel
  36. Santani Wellness Resort and spa Theldeniya – Guest House
  37. Sen Wellness Sanctuary Tangalle – Guest House
  38. Shamaz Galle – Guest House
  39. Siddhalepa Ayurveda Health Resort Wadduwa – Tourist Hotel
  40. Sri Sharavi Beach Villas & Spa Kamburugamuwa – Guest House
  41. Summerville Bungalow Hatton – Boutique Villa
  42. Taj Resort & Spa Bentota – 5 Star
  43. Talalla Retreat Center Gandara – Tourist Hotel
  44. Tangerine Beach Hotels Waskaduwa – 3 Star
  45. The Fortress Resort and Spa Koggala – Boutique Hotel
  46. Tienstin Bungalow Hatton – Boutique Villa
  47. Trinco Blu by Cinnamon Uppuveli – 4 Star
  48. Turyaa Kalutara Kudawaskaduwa – Tourist Hotel
  49. UTMT Resort Batigama – Tourist Hotel
  50. Weligama Escapes – Guest House
  51. Why House Unawatuna – Boutique Villa
  52. Wild Coast Lodge Yala – Boutique Hotel

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