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Srilanka tourism after Covid-19 pandemic

About Srilanka

Sri Lanka is a small tropical island situated in the south-eastern cost shore of India and also well known as the pearl of The Indian Ocean. This island is comprised of several different ethnic groups with the majority of the populace belongs to the Buddhist faith. The total area of 65 610 square kilometres including the costal line of 1700 kilometres encompasses the true natural beauty of tropical rain forests, wildlife, waterfalls, ancient memorials which emphasize the true historical essence of Buddhism and other religions and many more amazing places become the spellbinding attractions for tourists. Sri Lanka is the 3rd best Tea exporter among the global tea exporters and well known as “Ceylon Tea”.
Shangri-La's Hambantota Golf Resort & Spa's beach,beach,srilanka
Shangri-La's Hambantota Golf Resort & Spa beach

Over 2500 years of prosperous cultural heritage Sri Lanka consists of many archaeological heritage places throughout the country like ancient secrete cities like Polonnaruwa and Anuradhapura, Sigiriya, Dambaniya Temple, Temple of the Tooth Relic Kandy, Sri Padaya(butterfly mountain) and many more. Ella, Nuwara Eliya, Galle, Unawatuna and Trincomalee are also a few common places that tourist attraction is high. 

Throughout all these past years, this small island became a paradise to tourists. Not only the Sri Lankan cultural heritage but also the Sri Lankan pure natural beauty amazed the tourists throughout the world. Tropical rain forests like Sinharaja, national parks like Yala, Wilpattu, Minneriya and Udawala, waterfalls like Baker’s Falls, Bambarakanda Falls and Rawana Falls and beaches like Arugam Bay Beach, Trincomalee Beach and Hikkaduwa Beach are very few spots that the tourists can enjoy nature and relax. 

kabaragala peak,srilanka,sunrise
Sunrise at Kabaragala peak

In 2009, after 26 years of civil war between the Sri Lankan army and the liberation of Tigers of Tamil Eelam, Sri Lanka entered a process of reconstruction and rapid development projects like Southern Highway construction. Now Sri Lanka is fully recovered and safe from war though there are some wounds remain in hearts. On Easter Sunday 2019 Sri Lanka had to face a terrible bomb attack targeting three Christian churches and three high-end hotels. It became the most lethal terrorist incident in the country’s history. The present Sri Lanka President and the national forces fully secure the country. The situation is now peaceful and Sri Lanka is once again safe to visit.

After the Covid-19 outbreak

COVID-19 spreads all over the world creating a huge loss of lives. In 2020, First World Countries like America and Italy are the most severely affected countries from this Coronavirus. Though their health facilities were well developed, they were not able to control the spreading of this virus. But a developing country like Sri Lanka is successfully controlling the spreading of Coronavirus with the collaboration of health care sectors, all military forces and Sri Lanka Police unlike other countries in the world. Sri Lanka reacted rapidly to early warnings of this virus issued by China and WHO authorities while most Western countries carried on unconcerned believing and even hoping this problem will remain only in China. Sri Lanka has been ranked 9th best country in the world for its successful immediate response on tackling virus. The health authorities instructed to close down all the international Airports in Sri Lanka on 19th of March 2020 until further notice. Sri Lanka will recover soon from this pandemic and all the Airports will open as soon as possible.

Sri Lanka is one of the most beautiful and diverse islands on this planet. All tourists can experience the most fabulous landscapes, forests, lovely beaches and many more things once in a lifetime experience. As you all know, these days the most common problem you have “Is Sri Lanka safe to visit after the pandemic?” .Yes, without any doubt I can say Sri Lanka is the best place to relax and enjoy the holiday after this Coronavirus pandemic.


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