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Amazing and Most-Visited Sri Lanka Tourist Destinations for Your 2020 Trip! – Best Bits of Paradise

If you can leave all your work behind and travel for some time, where would you go to? How about an island that is just drenched in tropical beauty and offers the perfect therapy to say goodbye to your work blues – travel to Sri Lanka and it'll be the best decision you'll make this year!

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Arugam Bay

If surfing on gorgeous tropical waves is at the forefront of your mind, head down to Arugam Bay – the southernmost coastal region of the Ease coast of the country. Surfing enthusiasts will be delighted to note that this city is hailed as one of the best-surfing destinations in the world. It wouldn't matter if you're just a beginner or a total expert at surfing, Arugam Bay has got you covered. With a range of wave spots that are grouped according to the level of expertise needed, you'll find the perfect place to hone your surfing skills.

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Dambulla Cave Complex

If you find yourself in the central province of Sri Lanka, don't miss out on visiting Dambulla Cave Temple, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It is also known as the Golden Temple of Dambulla and one may find the main attractions of the place, including statues of Lord Buddha and other deities peppered across five temples. Dambulla Cave Complex is one of the best-preserved of its kind in Sri Lanka. It has also been found that this region was inhabited by primitives until the arrival of Buddhism into the country during the 3rd century.

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Yala National Park

Visiting Yala National Park is truly an adventurous experience for nature lovers and wildlife enthusiasts. A safari here would start as the first few sun rays of the day manages to escape the clouds – the entire region will be bathed in a beautiful glow that would extend to your heart. Yala National Park is one of the first national parks in Sri Lanka. It is quite famous for leopard spotting – just imagine how thrilled you'd be to come across a leopardess and her babies! Make sure that you visit this spectacular destination between February and March for the best chances of capturing these fantastic mammals in your camera eye.

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Pasikuda

The constantly dancing palm trees and the soft white sands are the telltales that you're going to have a good time somewhere – and Pasikuda pretty much offers these coveted landscapes to you. These stunning beachscapes not only offer you the ultimate getaway, but it'd also offer you a plethora of mind-blowing water sports in nearby luxury hotels Sri Lanka has to offer such as Uga. If you're someone wholly new to the world of water sports, you'll be thrilled to see the beautiful shallow bay that extends towards the horizon – a safe place to practice your water sport skills!

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Knuckles Mountain Range

If you're feeling adventurous, look no further than the Knuckles Mountain Range! Wondering how the mountain peak got its name? It is due to its resemblance to the knuckles of a clenched fist. Apart from the hiking experience, nature lovers would be delighted by the fascinating array of endemic species that can be observed here.