So I started my career from the hotel industry & later on moved to travel industry. I’m well experienced in this field & eager to learn more in the industry to offer my customers the Best I could to have a lifetime travel experience. I enjoy working in the travel industry as we keep on learning & experiencing new things about our motherland while meeting new people from all around the world. My main interest is discovering wildlife in Sri Lanka & exploring more into non-touristic areas to learn unique experiences in order to offer my customers an unforgettable holiday.
What places and activities do you specialize in?
"We are the first company in Sri Lanka to join the World Animal Protection Organization. Therefore we want to promote animal-friendly experiences which don’t cause harm to animals. We care about this island, and our aim is to promote sustainable tourism and development and protect the nature. Additionally, we support local communities. We promote a village and school visits, and interactions with kids in the form of educational holidays for families, which help to support local schools. We also like to promote unique, less developed sites and accommodation."
How did you get involved in travel?
"After my education, I had the interest of joining the Hospitality & Tourism industry as my family was already in the field & I love travelling around the country. "
Please share a unique travel experience you will never forget.
"My best experience was at the Wilpattu National Park during a morning session when you get to see the birds and the wild animals roam free in their own wilderness, meantime you get the chance of seeing the Sri Lankan Leopards which was the best of all. "
Featured trips & expertise
Discover the culture, heritage, wildlife, and beaches on this Sri Lankan journey. To start, visit the esteemed Dambulla Rock Temple. Then, climb Sigiriya Rock Fortress, followed by a trip to a local village, complete with a nature walk and an authentic meal on a working farm. Next, explore the temples and sights of Kandy and the scenic tea country of Ella. Stop for a safari at Yala National Park and then head to Weligama for an ancient fort tour, some whale watching, and four days of beach bliss.
An intact flora and fauna collection is one of Sri Lanka’s greatest assets and a couple of park visits are a great way to break up your tour. Horton Plains, Yala, and Udawalawe National Parks are often the highlights, but each park has its own unique way to avoid the crowds and have an amazing experience.
From dreamy rice fields to sprawling tea plantations, rural villages to nature preserves teeming with wildlife, the range of Sri Lanka's geographical and cultural treasures is astounding—and there's no better way to see it all than on two wheels. Find out how to navigate the roads, weather, and more with this comprehensive guide to cycling in Sri Lanka.
In Sri Lanka, warmth and good weather can be found year-round on the different parts of the island. Thanks to the country’s relatively small size, a getaway spent chasing pockets of favorable weather can be a great way to see the entire island’s many highlights. Below, we've put together a guide for planning when to visit each region of Sri Lanka.
For travelers looking for an authentic cultural experience with tours of Sri Lanka’s ancient sites, this is a great itinerary. It starts in the relaxing colonial fishing village of Negombo and ends in the lively modern city of Colombo.