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Itinerant Notes is a guide to the island of Sri Lanka. We write blog posts and articles about traveling, food, accommodation, most un-touched places and many more. Any one is welcome to join to our community and share thoughts.
Ridiyagama Safari Park
Have you ever visited a park where Lions roam around freely and on another side, you could see Ostriches running around? Of course, you are on a bus and the bus is protected from metal rods so you are safe and sound inside (Otherwise none of us would like to have an encounter with Lions, right?). I'm talking about the first-ever man-made safari park in Sri Lanka which opened its doors to the public in 2016. This is basically an open-air zoo. If you are an animal lover and pleasure hunter this is the best place for you to observe animals in a more free environment while you are in a moving cage.
Waulpane Limestone cave - The largest and the oldest limestone cave in Sri Lanka.
The waterfall inside the cave is the only waterfall that could be found inside a cave in Sri Lanka. This will never be an easy journey. The path to this wonderful waterfall is slippery and hazardous. Fossils dated back to 500 million years are bearing witness for its long history. ...
Moon Plains - A little bit of Heaven
Nuwara Eliya is one of the famous destinations in Sri Lanka. All of us have at least visited Nuwara Eliya once in our life. But have you ever heard of this beautiful plain called Moon plains? I bet many of us have not visited this place as this was opened recently for the public. Moon Plains is also known as Sandatanne and Sandagalatanne
A walk through Horton Plains
Horton plains is situated in the Central Highlands of Sri Lanka and were declared as a national park in the country. This would be probably the only national park in Sri Lanka which allows you to walk inside instead of taking a tour in a jeep....