A long line of lights illuminates the path to the summit of Adam's Peak during the Poya Festival in the Central Highlands of Sri Lanka. This mountainous, mist-draped realm has long been popular with backpackers and other adventurers for its tea plantations and rain forest preserves. The Central Highlands recently were added to UNESCO’s World Heritage list.

A Long Line of Lights Illuminates the Path to Adam's Peak During the Poya Festival, Sri Lanka Photographic Print

Sea Turtles are a not an uncommon sight in the island.

Sri Lanka - Releasing baby sea turtles one of the coolest things I have ever done :)

I always have a difficult time describing hoppers to people that have never experienced them. Egg hoppers and chicken curry in Galle, Sri Lanka

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TRAVEL Edible Asia Conde Nast Travelers Hanya Yanagihara on what she ate during her Grand Tour of Asia PM / March 2013

Fishermen catching small reef fish by sitting on small benches attached to poles which are stuck into the water a few meters offshore, known locally as stilt fishing.

Fishermen catching small reef fish by sitting on small benches attached to poles which are stuck into the water a few meters offshore, known locally as stilt fishing Koggala, Galle, Sri Lanka - Photographed by Kimberley Coole.

Sigiriya is a unique witness to the civilization of Ceylon during the years of the reign of Kassapa I. The site of the 'Lion Mountain' was visited from the 6th century AD, by passionate admirers. The frescoes of Sigiriya inaugurated a pictorial style which endured over many centuries. The poems inscribed on the rock by certain of these admirers, and known as the 'Sigiri graffiti,' are among the most ancient texts in the Sinhalese language

Sigiriya, Sri Lanka Sigiriya, or Lion Rock, is a remnant of an ancient mountain fort and palace. It is surrounded by a network of garden.


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