It’s true we have long days, but you’d never hear us complain about it. This is because we are truly passionate about what we do and we don’t care much for lack of sleep and the long hours of work. Going into national parks every day looking at all the wildlife even if it’s the same thing we see every day still beats all the tough and rough things of being a ranger. And this I speak for all the rangers in the world.
A spiritual sanctuary, enveloped by a dense jungle on one side and the deserted golden beach on the other; Kayaam House sits bright-white, tucked away in an undeveloped biodiverse spot near Rekawa, Tangalle.
Recognising the long history and the cultural and economic significance of tea around the world, as well as the significant role it plays in rural development, poverty reduction and food security in developing countries, the United Nations General Assembly proclaimed 21 May as International Tea Day, calling on FAO to lead the observance.
The gift of travel is always a good idea; especially when it’s your mom’s day to shine. Share meaningful, precious moments with your loved ones as each of our resorts offer unique experiences to celebrate on this Mother’s Day.
If you know anything about us Sri Lankans, it would include the fact that we love our spices. Our local cuisine is known for particular combinations of herbs, meats, vegetables, fruits and rices; which are highly centred upon the use of spices. Spices grown on our own soil and commonly used in our kitchens comprise cinnamon, pepper, clove, cardamom, chilli, cumin, nutmeg, turmeric and ginger.
Uniting Mind, Body and Spirit | Yoga at Cape Weligama
In the early hours of the morning, when the sun’s glow casts shadows across the ground and the salty breeze from the ocean invigorates the senses, come into a place of harmony. Join in for an hour of communal movement to connect with the mind, awaken the body and balance your inner spirit.