The best two-week itinerary for Sri Lanka
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The best two-week itinerary for Sri Lanka

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Sri Lankan fishermen, sitting on stilts, fish in Koggala, about 150 kilometers (94 miles) southeast of Colombo, Sri Lanka, Saturday, Sept. 20, 2008. (AP Photo/Gemunu Amarasinghe)

Once a well-kept secret, Sri Lanka has gained popularity for its beautiful beaches, incredible hillsides with tea plantations, and elaborate Buddhist temples.

Although the country is small, it packs a punch with lots to see and do — so much in fact that we recommend at least two weeks to experience the culture, cuisine, landscape, and history on offer.

Whether you’re looking for ancient ruins, wildlife-packed safaris, or oceanfront pools for lounging, we’ve got you covered with this amazing itinerary for Sri Lanka.



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