• Surfing the big waves
  • Fishing in the sea or river
  • Water sports, i.e., white water rafting, canoeing, jet skiing etc,
  • Hot air balloon rides, and even wale watching by air
  • Naturopath Healing,
  • Medicinal oil baths
  • Oil massages (Head , body and feet)
  • Reflexology
  • Facials and other beauty therapies with natural products
  • Medical and Safety facilities.

Herbal Bath

Ayurveda treatments for healing and beauty. Including Medicinal oil baths, Oil massages (Head, Body & Feet), Reflexology, Facials and other beauty therapies with natural products.


Wind surfing, Surfing, Jet skiing, Canoeing, White water rafting, Boat riding, Diving, Fishing, Kayaking, Whale & Dolphin watching, Hot air balloon rides etc.

Oil Treatments:

Body massages

The nerves and all parts of the body can be cured of its skin problems after this oil massage. It is specially good for dry skin and also good for the skin complexion. This body massages with oil also helps to reduce fatness quickly

Facial massage

This special treatment for the face helps remove Acne and give a smooth complexion. For every dry skin and very oily skin it helps to balance and makes the complexion clear. It is good for facial nerves and keeps you looking young.

Reflexology/Foot massages

This is a special method for cure kidney problems. Foot massage also helps the body to relax. “ shirodara “ is a very useful for ailments such as headache, migrants, eyes and any mouth problems.

Head massage

The skull is massaged with auspicial oils. This helps hair to grow and also helps to darken the hair if necessary. It also helps hair to grow if there is a loss of hair. This massage also helps all skulls problems.

Herbal Treatments:

Herbal Bath

Herbs are boiled and the water is used to fill the bath tub and the patient lay down. It helps to remove diseases in the body. It also invigorates the skin and helps to reduce weight.

Herbal Steam bath

Herbal steam is inhaled and the sweating helps to relax the body. It is specially useful for reducing fatness.

Milk Rice treatment

Healing treatments:


Cultural triangle, Sigiriya, Dambulla, Water falls, Kumana bird sanctuary, Yala wild life safari, Botanical gardens, water falls, Tea plantations etc.

Culture & Events

Sri Lankans are friendly and very hospitable. A country that has a great ethnic diversity with a multitude of colourful festivals throughout the year. Sri Lanka is primarily a Buddhist country. Every full moon day, is known as ‘Poya’, which is a holiday.

Sinhala and Tamil New Year

Sinhala and Tamil New Year – This holiday signifies the beginning of the New Year for both Buddhists and Hindus. It marks the completion of the solar circuit and is celebrated during the second week of April.


Another important day in the Sri Lankan calendar that falls in the month of May is Vesak. Buddhists honour the birth, enlightenment and death of Lord Buddha. In addition to the religious significance of this day, it is also a festival of light and colour.

Kandy Esala Perahera

Kandy Esala Perahera takes place on the full moon day in August and pays homage to the Tooth Relic of Lord Buddha. The sacred Tooth is carried on the elephant in a magnificent procession on the streets of Kandy. This festival, which has been described as the "most spectacular event in Asia", lasts for 12 days.

Poson Poya

Poson Poya celebrates the arrival of Buddhism in Sri Lanka. Poson is best experienced in the town of Mihintale, in the central region of the island, where Mahinda, the son of Emperor Asoka of India first preached Buddhism to Sri Lanka's reigning monarch.


Christmas is also celebrated in a grand manner in Sri Lanka, commemorating the birth of Jesus Christ.


Deepavali is the Hindu festival of lights and is held at the end of October or at the beginning of November. Oil lamps are lit to denote the triumph of good over evil, as it signifies the Indian god king Rama's return from Sri Lanka. The festival also welcomes Lakshmi, the goddess of prosperity.


Rice & Curry

The staple diet in Sri Lanka is rice. It is eaten with curry and a variety of chutneys, pickles and sambals.


Hoppers (with egg or plain) are made of a batter containing flour, coconut milk and palm toddy left overnight to ferment.

String Hoppers

String Hoppers are vermicelli made of rice flour and steamed over a low fire.


Pittu is prepared with rice flour and shredded coconut and steamed inside a bamboo.


Thosai is a mixture of rice ura dal(black lentil). Ura dal and rice soked and groud separatly in a grinder. The batter is spread on the pan in the formation of circles till it is laid-out like a flat pancake.

Traditional Sweet meats

  • Kalu Dodol
  • Kavum, Kokis and Athirasa
  • Halape
  • Aluwa


Buffalo Curd and honey (kithul pani which is made from the kithul palm).


Watalappam (also called Watalappan) is a coconut custard pudding made of coconut milk and jaggery, cashew nuts, eggs, and various spices.

Travel tips

Sri Lanka is known to welcome all visitors as honoured guests by way of saying “AYUBOWAN” (may you have a long life). However, as a general practice, guests are expected to follow the social protocols of the country.

Dress Code

The Sri Lankan attitude to informal European dress styles is generally relaxed. Visitors should however, consider religious shrines, temples and other sacred places should be modestly attired. Headgear and footwear must be removed prior to entering Buddhist and Hindu shrines.

Swimwear is not acceptable in public places. Also, nudism and topless bathing by females is prohibited.

Videoing & Photography

Photography should be limited to traditional tourist sites. However, posing alongside or with religious statues is not permitted. Some religious sites may require prior permission. Videoing and photography of military and governmental buildings is prohibited.

Child Abuse

The Penal Code of Sri Lanka imposes severe penalties for all acts of child abuse. The Sri Lankan law defines a person under the age of 18 as a child.



Fishing, crocodile farm trip, penguin parade, Hiking, Theme Parks visit, Zoo visit, Great Ocean Road tour three tous -including twelve apostles (Apollo Bay) Post Ferry Great Barrier Reef

Culture & Events

Melbourne Cup, Grand Prix, ANZAC Day – Guillipulli , Home of Test Crickets

Traditional Sweet meats

Hundreds and Thousand Bread, Lamingtons, Tim Tam, Pavalova



Sydney Harbor and Opera House, Sun Set in Ularu, Kakadu National Park, Katherine Gorge


Grilled beefsteak with French Fries

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