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It is with great pleasure that we introduce ourselves as a Service Provider in the realm of Travel and Tourism Industry. “Travel Tales” by itself aptly demonstrates its vision as a service provider.

Our mission is to promote the image of our motherland and to attract visitors from all around the world. Sri Lanka has all the potential for the entire satisfaction of such visitors with a diversified attractions. We provide services for Hotel Reservations, Transportation, and Fixed or Tailor Made Tours to make fairytale like stories for our guests, which are filled with memories of this paradise island.

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Attractions in Sri Lanka

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    Jaffna

    Jaffna is the capital city of the Northern Province of Sri Lanka.It is Sri Lanka's 12th most populous city. It has opened his doors to tourism in 2009. The city has a lot of influence from India, you can see this on the streets and in their food which is different from central or south Sri Lanka.

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    Kilinochchi

    Kilinochchi is the main town of Kilinochchi District, Northern Province of Sri Lanka. Kilinochchi is situated at the A9 road some 100 km (62 mi) south-east of Jaffna. It was the administrative center and de facto capital of the LTTE (Tamil Tiger) until 2 January 2009, when troops of the Sri Lankan Army recaptured the city.

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    Mullaittivu

    Mullaitivu is the main town of Mullaitivu District, situated on the north-eastern coast of Northern Province, Sri Lanka. A largely fishing settlement, the town in the early twentieth century grew as an anchoring harbour of the small sailing vessels transporting goods between Colombo and Jaffna. The town has a District Secretary's office, many other government institutions and schools located in and around the area.

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    Mannar

    Mannar is the main town of Mannar District. Formerly the town was renowned as a center of pearl fishing, mentioned in the 2nd-century CE Periplus of the Erythraean Sea. Mannar is known for its baobab trees and for its fort, built by the Portuguese in 1560 and taken by the Dutch in 1658 and rebuilt; its ramparts and bastions are intact, though the interior is largely destroyed.Visually, the modern town is dominated by its churches, Hindu temples and mosques. The Catholic Church has a diocese headquartered in the town.

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    Vavunia

    Vavuniya is a city in the Northern Province, Sri Lanka, governed by an Urban Council. It is also the main settlement in the Vavuniya District.The Security Forces Headquarters - Wanni is located in Vavuniya.

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    Trincomalee

    Trincomalee, one of the finest natural deep-water harbours in the world is located 257 km north-east of Colombo, which is considered as the commercial hub of Sri Lanka. Trincomalee is home to the fine beaches of Nilaveli, Uppuveli and the off-shore Pigeon Island. Recently Trincomalee has become popular as a Whale Watching destination as well.

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    Anuradhapura

    Anuradhapura is a major city in Sri Lanka. It is the capital city of North Central Province, Sri Lanka and the capital of Anuradhapura District. Anuradhapura is one of the ancient capitals of Sri Lanka, famous for its well-preserved ruins of an ancient Sinhala civilization. It was the third capital of the kingdom of Rajarata, following the kingdoms of Tambapanni and UpatissaNuwara.

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    Polonnaruwa

    Polonnaruwa is the Island's 2nd largest kingdom. Today the ancient city of Polonnaruwa remains one of the best planned Archeological relic sites in the country, standing testimony to the discipline and greatness of the Kingdom's first rulers. Its beauty and serenity was captured in the Duran Duran music video Save a Prayer in 1982. The ancient city of Polonnaruwa has been declared a World Heritage site by UNESCO.

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    Puttalam

    Puttalam is a large town in Puttalam District, North Western Province, Sri Lanka. Puttalam is the administrative capital of the Puttalam District and governed by an Urban Council. Puttalam is known for energy production, salt, coconut production and fishing. It has one of the largest lagoons in the country. Puttalam is popularly known for kind and hospitality people. It has many virgin tourist destination such as Wilpattu National Park, Kalpitiya, and virgin beaches, natural resources, Dolphin watch, carol watch and sand dunes etc.

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    Batticaloa

    The city of Batticaloa lies in the Eastern Province of Sri Lanka, with picturesque beaches and lagoons, and a history that dates back to ancient times, having been ruled by both Tamil and Sinhala royal dynasties and later by European colonists.

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    Negombo

    Negombo is a modest beach town located just 10km from Bandaranaike International Airport. With a stash of decent hotels and restaurants to suit all pockets, a friendly local community, an interesting old quarter and a reasonable (though somewhat polluted) beach, Negombo is a much easier place to find your Sri Lankan feet than Colombo.

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    Nuwara Eliya

    Dubbed "Little England" due to its cool climate and colonial-era bungalows, Nuriwaya Eliya boasts a landscape far more dramatic than Britain's. Mist-shrouded mountains and terraced tea plantations surround the former hill station, while world-class brews are abundant.

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    Ampara

    Ampara is one of the favorite beach towns in Sri Lanka today, the host town of an international annual surfing competition, which attracts many ardent surfers and fans from every corner of the world. The district rich with animal life holds four animal sanctuaries, which is streaming with flocks of elephants, which gather to the banks ancient tanks for bath and frolic.

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    Colombo

    Colombo, Sri Lanka’s enigmatic coastal capital city. Colombo is a colorful tapestry of various cultures and is one of the best places to explore all of Sri Lanka’s history, from ancient Buddhist temples and stunning colonial architecture to the modern shops and art galleries that line the capital’s streets. Those seeking an exciting nightlife will welcome the wide range of bars and restaurants that have emerged in recent years, which cover a variety of international cuisine as well as offer traditional Sri Lankan delicacies.

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    Monaragala

    If you’re coming from the touristy Hill Country, then Monaragala will probably be your first stop in the East. A bustling place with a huge Sunday market, it’s a good introduction to the region. The town nestles beneath Peacock Rock, a round-topped forest-covered mountain.

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    Arugam Bay

    Arugam Bay, known locally as "ArugamKudah", is a bay situated on the Indian Ocean in the dry zone of Sri Lanka's southeast coast.ArugamKudah's literal Tamil translation is "Bay of Cynodondactylon". Tourism in Arugam Bay is dominated by surf tourism, thanks to several quality breaks in the area, however tourists are also attracted by the local beaches, lagoons, historic temples and the nearby Kumana National Park.

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    Kaluthara

    Holidays in Kalutara offer travellers a laid back and relaxed atmosphere with the combination of a generous helping of authentic Sri Lankan culture. This is an up-and-coming resort town with a wonderful palm fringed beach, although the nightlife remains pretty low key, so you won’t get to dance till dawn.Some of the main attractions of Kalutara include the GangatilakaViharaya, the Kalutara Bodiya, Richmond Castle, the Asokaramaya Buddhist Temple and Calido Beach.

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    Hambantota

    Hambantota is the main town in Hambantota District, Southern Province, Sri Lanka. This underdeveloped area was hit hard by the 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami and is undergoing a number of major development projects including the construction of a new sea port and international airport finished in 2013. These projects and others such as Hambantota Cricket Stadium are said to form part of the government's plan to transform Hambantota into the second major urban hub of Sri Lanka, away from Colombo

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    Galle

    Galle is a major city in Sri Lanka,There are two main areas to visit in Galle: the Galle Fort and Unawatuna. No visit to the south is complete without seeing both of these areas. A perfect combination of beach and culture, Galle has it all.

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    Matara

    Matara is a major city in Sri Lanka, on the southern coast of Southern Province, 160 km from Colombo. It is a major commercial hub, and it is the administrative capital of Matara District. It was gravely affected by the Asian tsunami in December 2004. Matara’s main attractions are its ramparts, Dutch architecture, a well-preserved fort and its street life.

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