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26 March 2024
The 10 best travel experiences in and around Galle, Ahangama and Weligama.
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27th April 2023
The Classic Takeover | Sri Lanka Classics 2023
The open road beckoned and a rally of classic cars followed.
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20th April 2023
A Walk in Nature
Explore the emerald tea fields on foot in the company of Tea Trails Naturalist or Trail Guide. A broad spectrum of biodiversity exists in hill country - especially ours - as the plantations are interspersed with forest patches that are home to a variety of biodiversity from endemic amphibians to birds and leopards.
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7th April 2023
Do Elephants Brush Their Teeth?
Tusker “Kashyapa“ walked toward a bush and suddenly, he broke off a branch and picked up a stick with his trunk. The guests were amazed as they watched the elephant use the stick to clean its teeth, just like a person would use a toothbrush. The elephant held the stick in its trunk and carefully scraped away any debris, moving it around his mouth.
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5th April 2023
The Essential Guide to Tempering
Tempering is a popular sauteing method in Sri Lankan methods of cooking to infuse extra flavours or spiciness into curries and food items. It often includes diced onions, a few sprigs of curry leaves which is typically the base to tempering anything. Other spices and condiments are then added depending on what kind of dish is being prepared or made.
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31st March 2023
Experience a Resplendent Summer
Summer on our teardrop isle is magical. Picture misty mornings in the Central Highlands surrounded by the emerald green tea fields, golden sunsets and the allure of the Indian Ocean lapping at your feet in the South, and diverse habitats, ecology and scenery across many national parks and sanctuaries. Arrive and experience a resplendent summer. 
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22nd March 2023
Restoring Ecosystems | Dunkeld Model Montane Forest
Forests act as a nature-based solution for climate change which can contribute over one third of the climate change mitigation needed by 2030. Conserving and restoring forest landscapes is not only a cost-effective way to mitigate climate change, but it also means that many other benefits are provided to local communities and wider society.
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