Travelers can enjoy reasonable prices for services throughout the country if they choose to pay a visit to Sri Lanka during the months of July and August that are not the peak tourism season. Sudden rain hitting the island of Sri Lanka excites tourists, especially children. August sees a large number of festivals held across the country. The Esala Perahera in Kandy is one of the oldest and grandest Buddhist festivals that takes place in Sri Lanka. The event features dancers, jugglers, musicians, fire-breathers, and, perhaps most exotically of all, lavishly decorated elephants. This year’s Esala Perahera festival took place from August 5-15. The occasion was marked by a variety of vibrant activities throughout its duration. A foreign family pose for a snap to capture a memory from their trip to Sri Lanka. In order to ensure the safety of foreign guests, security forces are always on hand. Many visitors note that local food such as curry and the warmth of local people are the best aspects of a visit to Sri Lanka. The island’s residents are renowned for being both friendly and open. Locals smile while waving to tourists. A street vendor on Kandy street assists a foreign tourist… Read full this story
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