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13 June 2020

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Jungle village of the Veddas

Sri Lanka’s indigenous inhabitants, the Veddas or from their wordsWanniya-laetto (forest dwellers), preserve a straight line of descent from the islands’ original Neolithic community socializing from at least 16,000 BC. The Veddas have repeatedly been forced to settle on between assimilating into the surrounding mainstream cultures or to retreat into a shrinking forest habitat.

The remaining small Vedda communities are determined that their way of life will continue into future generations and still keep much of their own unique cultural identity, indigenous and unique language, a traditional lifestyle and occupations including hunting in a traditional way, honey gathering, and hena cultivation.

Feel the Cultural Experiences In Sri Lanka

This is a combination of a full sight seeing in Sri Lanka, including Historical sites such as Anuradhapura and Polonnaruwa once home to ancient kingdoms, The famous rock fortress of Sigiriya, Dabulla Cave temple still retain many relics and artifacts of bygone eras. and the Temple of the Sacred Tooth Relic of Kandy, Colonial Architectures around the country and hill country water falls are must-see places.

Activities Near Mahiyanganaya

Kandy is a sacred city to the Buddhists. The city holds the sacred tooth relic of the Buddha. Every year the Kandy city on absolute festive mood for the historical ‘Kandy Esela Perahara’, which parade the tooth relic, an event even continued even during the British era. This eye-catching occasion attracts thousands of tourists from around the globe.

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Tea Trails Tea Experience

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The Potter’s Wheel

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Golf – Victoria Course, Kandy

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Wasgamuwa National Park

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Udawattakele Sanctuary

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Pinnawala Elephant Orphanage

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