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One thousand five hundred years ago, Sigiriya was a record-setting display of extravagance that dwarfed even the Sistine Chapel. This guide will take you on a tour of the fortress and gardens and tell you about not just the legends of kings past, but also the remnants of the architecture, art, design and technology that define Sigiriya as the monument it is.
Our tour of Sigiriya shows you the ancient cave inscriptions and remnants of architecture, art, design and technology that defined Sigiriya as the monument it was, 1,500 years ago.
Generations of Portugese, Dutch and British soldiers, sailors, settlers and merchants made and lost their lives and fortunes at Galle Fort, and in the process produced the thriving amalgamation that Sri Lankan culture is today. This guide will take you on a tour of the ramparts and tell you the stories of the men and women whose memories still haunt the fort today.
This guide will take you on a tour of the ramparts of the fort and tell you the stories of the generations of soldiers, sailors, settlers and merchants whose memories still haunt the fort today.
Horton Plains is at the nexus of a series of rich and complex stories involving stone-age humans, titanic historical figures, geological time and of course, the evolution of a diverse array of unique, endangered species. This guide will explore all that, and explain the hidden ecological forces that have shaped the plains into what they are today.
This guide will explore the interplay of stone-age humans, titanic historical figures and hidden ecological forces that have shaped both the plains and the entire island into what they are.