Sri Lanka Has Received Feedback
We studied and systematized tourist feedback on Sri Lanka in 2015-2016 on recreation, weather, beaches and prices on the island, so that before you travel, you can take all the benefits and the rest of Sri Lanka.
The exotic island of Sri Lanka, the home of a famous Ceilon tea, is still attracting amateurs of good beach. A soft climate, a warm Indian Ocean and hundreds of kilometres of sand beaches all over the island. For some travellers who had travelled there for the first time, it was a revelation that the island was rich in ancient cultural monuments.
Most tourists in 2015 rated Sri Lanka as a place of rest. There are no sound night facilities and shopping centers, no recreational crowds like elsewhere. Spinga lovers turn around, mostly souvenirs, celion tea, natural cosmetics and leather products.
We read and systematized tourist feedback on Sri Lanka in 2015-2016, so you don't have to spend time studying them before you travel. We present below the comments on Sri Lanka: its nature, beaches, prices and hotels, the weather on the island and the sights, and the advice and recommendations of tourists who have rested in Sri Lanka.
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Nature on the island is impressive: exotic plants, coconut palms and bananas, tea plantations, flushing turtles, varnishes and other living habits - tourist reactions about Sri Lanka and its nature are usually cherished. Regrettably, mosquitoes and other flying and jumping insects are also sufficient, so repelents are desirable.
Sri Lanka has great diving places. On the island, guided tours are organized on graves, rocks and caves, displaying shattered ships and other wonders of the underwater world.
In Sri Lanka, there are many great sights to which tourists visit very well: Kandy's botanical garden, Pinnavel's elephant, Sigiria rock, Buddha's dental temple, Aluvihara temple, Dambullah cave temples, the ancient cities of Polonaruva and Anuradhapur, and others. All places are interesting, unique, leaving inconclusive impressions. The only minus is the high cost of entry tickets and organized excursions.