Saturday February 29, 2020

Behold an island of bounty

Susan Mitchell visits the diverse island of Sri Lanka and discovers a largely unexplored paradise island that offers great food, yoga and more

Susan Mitchell

Deputy Editor and Health Editor

13th August, 2017
A lighthouse at Galle Fort, which tops the must-see list for most travellers

From its melting pot of religions and cultures, its Hindu temples and palm-fringed beaches, to the stunning hill country and breathtakingly beautiful national parks, the diverse island of Sri Lanka is packed with variety.

Many visitors to Sri Lanka often head straight to the southwestern coastal city of Galle on a circuit that also sees them visit the fortress of Sigiriya Rock (don’t bother) and the ancient city of Kandy (do bother), which is regarded...

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