Jetawanarama Anuradhapura Sri Lanka

The Jetwanarama Stupa is the the largest of its kind in the ancient world and it was the tallest ancient Buddhist structures in the world, the structural ingenuity and engineering skills employed for the construction are significant. The foundation of the ancient Stupa were 8.5m deep and the size of the structure required bricks which could withstand loads of up to 166 kg. The solid foundation lay on bed-rock and the dome was constructed of full and half bricks and earth fill, the unique shape of a perfect ellipsoid allowed for stress and thus allowed the construction of the large structure.

Nature-based tourism in Sri Lanka

Dynamic and contemporary wildlife and nature-based tourism are rapidly becoming popular among travellers around the world, and so is Sri Lanka. Wildlife reserves, beaches, wetlands, and hill country resorts of Sri Lanka are rapidly gaining momentum and attracting a large number of foreign and local travellers. Nature-based tourism is on the rise in Sri Lanka …

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Kitulgala visiting places: Makandewa rainforest

If you ask “what are the most popular Kitulgala visiting places?” The answer is Kelaniya river and Makandewa rainforst. Travellers visit Kelaniya river to experience a thrilling adventure of whitwater rafting. while they visit Makandewa forest to experince a fauna and flora rich rainforest. The forest cover of Makandewa rainforest Kitulgala spreads over 1155 hectares. …

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Sri Lanka Trekking Hiking at Kabaragala

Experience wonders at Scenic World, where you position yourself at a higher elevation than the clouds; take a bushwalk along the Kabaragala hiking trail to spectacular lookouts, and discover unique scenery on the horizon, The entire region is a natural wonderland with a large number of waterfalls cascading into valleys clad with rainforest, and breathtaking …

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