Well-being and spirituality
The recent wave of capital and investment that has involved the country has led many emigrants to return to the island to open new businesses, after studying and gaining experience around the world. This injection of new ideas and vitality has led the country to the enhancement of its gastronomic culture - from tea and coffee to traditional dishes - and to the opening of resorts and spas that offer guests stays dedicated to wellness and self-care.
At the heart of the treatments offered on the island is the union between Ayurveda, traditional knowledge of the properties of plants and meditation, interweaving elements that satisfies both travellers interested in pure relaxation and those seeking deeper spiritual experiences.
The quiet of the island inspires and protects and the traveller feels welcomed by a system that seems naturally built to safeguard the psychophysical balance.
culture of Sri Lanka is rooted in the practice of Buddhism, practiced by more than 70% of the population and which has in the country some of the most sacred places, such as the Temple of Kandy's Tooth
, one of the main centres of devotion. After thirty difficult years, the country opens its beauties to the world and promises to consolidate itself as a destination of the heart for as many modes of travel as there are facets of its ancient culture.