Travel by floatplane while in Sri Lanka, especially if you're short on time.
A legendary sports ground, maritime archaeology and superlative G&T are just some of the attractions of this Sri Lankan city.
In Sri Lanka the art of harvesting cinnamon is passed down from generation to generation
You don't have to leave every retreat feeling a great spiritual awakening.
Colourful concrete houses and cheering children make their mark on the heart of a traveller.
Two teens and a wild elephant: a family meets adventure in Sri Lanka.
An egg roll or a crispy pancake from a street vendor is not to be missed.
An 18th-century manor house used by Lord Mountbatten has had an extensive yet graceful renovation.
Mysteriously untouched by tourism, Sri Lanka ticks all boxes on a traveller's checklist. Picture riding ruby-red trains that chug through luminescent-green tea plantations; palm trees jutting over dazzling white beaches while stilt fisherman ply their trade undisturbed from the shallows; magnificent 2000-plus years UNESCO ruins begging exploration, and a singular, spectacular cuisine. Don't think. Just go.