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In the gorgeous island of Sri Lanka, attractions of great historic significance and sights of magnificent beauty await discovery.
Needless to say, one of the prime features of the island, which attracts thousands of visitors every year, are its beaches of golden sand that surround the island and have gained popularity over the years with visitors. These include the beaches of Negombo, Hikkaduwa, Pasikudah, Weligama, Mirissa and Tangalle.
Sri Lanka is an island that is teeming with flora and fauna with a large number of endemic species. This island will truly delight nature lovers. There are currently 61 sanctuaries which include Maduganga, Wilpattu North, Yala, Minneriya, Udawatta Kele and Rummassala.
Every year in the month of May, Buddhists across Sri Lanka joyfully celebrate Vesak- the Festival of Lights. Buildings are illuminated, homes and gardens are decorated with colourful lanterns and lamps and beautiful pandals depicting stories from the Jataka tales adorn the streets. Free food is offered in the way of alms.
The Kandy Esela Perahera, which is also known as The Festival of the Tooth is a unique religious and cultural event that takes place every year in July. The procession features many dancers, drummers and elephants, who parade through the streets paying homage to the sacred tooth relic of Lord Buddha which is housed in the Sri Dalada Maligawa, Kandy.