Ambewela is a small town with a hill station, located in the Nuwara Eliya District of Sri Lanka. The area is also sometimes called "Little New Zealand". The climatic and economical conditions in Ambewela make it an ideal location for dairy farming, hence the country's only milk powder factory is situated in this area. The two animal husbandries, Ambewela Farm and New Zealand Farm, have Ayrshire cattle and Friesian cows respectively.
Based on the ancient Wisdom of good living and has roots deep in the history that gave birth to Buddhism in Sri Lanka. The means of healing available in nature are combined with secrets passed down from generation to generation to revitalize the essence of the body's potential. Our Ayurveda & Wellness package provide both a health therapy for general well being and a medical therapy as an efficacious cure.
Colombo has been Sri Lanka's capital up to recent times spread along the shore of the Indian Ocean for some miles; and the place where business and commerce begin and end. A drive through the city will take you to Colombo's most fashionable residential district - the Cinnamon Gardens and the Pettah, the historic Devatgahaha Mosque. While the city holds less obvious interest than many other parts of the island, it's still a colorful enough place and worth a visit to see.
The center of Kandy is pleasant, a neatly laid out town of colonial buildings, shops and delicious restaurants. There are many delicious fresh fruit stalls, vegetables, fish and piles of fragrant spices. The action and the sensory excitement of the market is fantastic. Kandy has plenty of dining options and no trip would be the same without a few meals of scrumptious Sri Lankan food.
Negombo is a charismatic fishing town in the north of Colombo, located a mere 6 km from the international airport. Set amidst lush groves of coconut palms, it breathes the spirit of the sea. For all Seafood lovers, Negombo is a treat. Crowded with fishing boats on one side and bordered with the golden beach on the other this city is a beauty indeed.
Held every day of the week except Sunday, this colorful and authentic fish market is a great place to observe the local fishing trade and see the amazing variety of fish and seafood that is offloaded from the boats. The catch includes lobster, crab, prawns from the lagoon and even sharks.
For generations the lagoon has provided the fishermen with a plentiful supply of crabs, shrimps, lobsters, cuttle fish and many of the native species of fish. You can go for fishing trip for 2-3 hours either on traditional boats are made in two distinct forms, oruvas (a type of sailing canoe) and paruvas (a large, man-powered catamaran fitted with kurlon dividers) or in a modern boat with fishing rods and traditional fishing nets.
The town's attractions include the golf course, trout streams, Victoria Park, and boating or fishing on Lake Gregory. Victoria Park is an attractive and well-used oasis. It is popular with birdwatchers at quieter times because of the good opportunities it gives to see various species, particularly the Indian Blue Robin, Pied Thrush or Scaly Thrush lurking in the denser undergrowth. The Kashmir Flycatcher is another attractive bird species found in the park. Galway's Land Bird Sanctuary, close to Lake Gregory, is another wildlife site of 0.6 km².
See many different types of spices Sri Lanka is famous for. Cinnamon, Cardamom, Pepper, Cloves and nut meg are cultivated at the place. In addition to their commercial spices, Spice Garden boasted ornamental plantings of saffron and cocoa, as well as the vanilla vine. Not all spices are primarily culinary; this jungle garden also contained the fragrant sandalwood tree.
Life in the remote villages in Sri Lanka remains largely unchanged. You can feel how people live simply in harmony with the environment, responding to the seasons as they unfold. Specially you can visit traditional village and observe villagers day to day life pattern, domestic activities, and cultural framework.