Anuradhapura which carries the torch of being the first capital of ancient Sri Lanka offers a number of historical places to explore. The sacred city of Anuradhapura is home to a number of religiously significant sites which includes the Ruwanwelisaya, The Sri maha bodhi tree, The Abayagiri Monastry, The Twins Pond, The Samadhi Buddha Statue, Mirisawetiya, Isurumuniya & Thuparama dagaba . A number of museums such as the archaeological museums and the Jethawana Meuseaum are also places that you can visit.


Sigiriya or Sinhagiri is an ancient rock fortress located in the northern Matale District near the town of Dambulla in the Central Province, Sri Lanka. It is a site of historical and archaeological significance that is dominated by a massive column of rock approximately 180 m high


Meditation Retreat

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Cycling Tour

While experiencing cycling tours in Sri Lanka, you can taste the Srilankan colorful culture and natural diversity. Along the way are dense jungles, mountains, valleys, and lush wetlands. The country’s many rivers weave and undulate to the tropical beaches along the coasts.



Jetawanaramaya was built by King Mahasen (276-303 AC). King Mahasen was a follower of Mahayana Buddhism. Jetavanarama is unique because of its massive stupa. The premises where the Jetavanarama is located earlier referred to Nandana Park.


Samadhi Buddha

The Samadhi Buddha statue at Anuradhapura is among the best-preserved figures in the country. It is famous for setting the bar against which all other statues of its kind are found. In age, the Samadhi Buddha statue records back to either the 3rd or 4th Centuries AD, albeit its producer and advocate are unknown.


Kuttam pokuna (twin pond)

Kuttam Pokuna Twin Ponds is a set of dressed-stone ponds located near Abhayagiri Monastery. Bases in Anuradhapura District, Sri Lanka. The story of the pools is considered to have been built during King Aggabodhi I (564-598 A.D.) to use the Buddhist monks of the Kapara Mula society.