Bandaranaike International Airport (BIA), is located approximately 27 Km North of the Commercial Capital of Sri Lanka, Colombo. It is one of the major airports in Sri Lanka. The recently renovated runaway is able to land large wide bodied aircraft like the latest A380 aircraft, which is one of the largest aircraft in the world. This is a significant milestone for the aviation industry in Sri Lanka.
    Pasikudah is a coastal resort town located 35 kilometers Northwest of Batticaloa, Sri Lanka. Although it is an uncommon destination, seldom visited by normal foreign tourists, its golden sunny beaches has now become a paradise and a most popular tourist destination, “Off the beaten track”. The seas are quite calm with dry weather prevailing during the Summer season from May to October each year, when compared with the seas across the much visited South West coastal areas of Sri Lanka
      Wilpattu national park- is situated 30 km west of Anuradhapura, 26 Km North of Puttalam and 180 km North of Colombo with an extent of 1317 square kilometers at an elevation of between 0- 152 meters above sea level. It is recognised as one of the oldest and largest National parks in Sri Lanka. Wilpattu National park is listed as one of the top national parks and world famous for the leopard population.
        Adam's Peak is a 2,243 m (7,359 ft) tall conical mountain located in Central Sri Lanka. In Sinhala it is called the Sri Pada, meaning "sacred footprint". Its size is believed to be a 1.8 m (5 ft 11 in) rock formation at the summit. The Christian and Islamic faith believe it is the footprint of Lord Adam, when he first set foot on Earth after been cast out of Paradise, for which the name denotes, while the Buddhist claims to be the footprint of the Buddha, and according to the Hindu faith it is that of Shiva.
          Kalpitiya is one of the fascinating "Uncommon destinations that are gone unnoticed by most people", "Off the beaten track" consisting of 14 islands, seldom visited by ordinary tourists, located in the Puttalam district in the North Western province of Sri Lanka. Kalpitiya is rich in its bio-diversity with habitats like mangrove swamps, bar reefs, salt marshes and vast sand dune beaches.
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