Introducing Yala National Park
With monkeys crashing through the trees, peacocks in their finest frocks and cunning leopards sliding like shadows through the undergrowth, Yala National Park (also known as Ruhunu) is the Jungle Book brought to glorious life. This vast region of dry woodland and open patches of grasslands is the big draw of this corner of Sri Lanka, and though it’s far from Kenya, a safari here is well worth all the time, effort and cost.
Real Food Adventure - Sri Lanka
Despite being influenced by the cooking traditions of India, Portugal, Arabia and Holland, Sri Lanka’s cuisine – complex, gratifying and redolent with spices – has a style uniquely its own. Working your way through Sri Lanka in a circle from Negombo to Colombo, indulge in seafood on the coast, hoppers on the streets and Tamil cuisine in the Highlands.