Amid growing worldwide concern about exploiting elephants for tourism, Pinnawala Elephant Orphanage in Sri Lanka gets the thumbs up.
Pledge Holidays whole-heartedly supports efforts to outlaw the cruel exploitation of elephants in Sri Lanka
Pledge Holidays whole-heartedly supports WAP efforts to stop this cruel abuse of elephants, and wishes to make clear that we do not support any form of elephant exploitation.
Forget Africa, says Aussie website The New Daily—Sri Lanka is the place for bucket-list safari adventure!
Australian lifestyle website The New Daily says forget that bucket-list African safari and discover the wildlife wonders in Sri Lanka’s many nature reserves.
Amazing elephant pics from by Reuters Kaudulla National Park in Sri Lanka featured on National Review website
They say that a picture speaks a thousand words—and here we have some terrific scenes of elephants in Kaudulla National Park in Habarana, shot by Dinuka Liyanawatte for Reuters and published on the National Review website.
Bundala coastal wetlands in southern Sri Lanka a haven for birds and famed for rich and colourful biodiversity
Philippines-based travel blog Finding Jing was recently in Sri Lanka’s “incredibly thrilling” Bundala National Park, a birdwatchers’ paradise.
Tourists from Middle East and Gulf wooed by airline to experience amazing Minneriya Elephant Gathering
Sri Lanka’s abundant wildlife, especially the Minneriya Elephant Gathering, are the lures for a new campaign to woo Tourists from the Middle East and Gulf.
Breathtaking aerial views of whales off the coast of Sri Lanka are provided by F-Air to promote ‘air tourism’ from the Sri Lanka Airforce base at Koggala Airport, Galle. “What better way to watch the blue whales than from a low-flying, small aircraft off Sri Lanka’s picturesque southern coast?”
Following our story on the ‘Beat Plastic Pollution’ campaign in Sri Lanka, the world’s media reports the tragic death of a whale that swallowed 80 plastic bags. The bags, weighing 8kg, were found during an autopsy after the pilot whale died in southern Thailand.
Fight to the death between crocodile and snake captured by Sri Lanka photographer in Yala National Park
A fight to the death between a crocodile and a huge deadly snake is captured by the UK’s two top tabloid newspapers, the Mail and the Sun. The epic struggle was recorded on camera by amateur photographer Dr Rishani Gunasinghe at a waterhole in Yala National Park, home of our famed leopards and elephants.
Sri Lanka has reinforced its determination to stop wildlife trafficking and species smuggling, which is estimated to be worth at least $19 billion annually. The government-owned SriLankan Airlines launched a new corporate policy in May to strengthen its numerous initiatives to combat the illegal trade.