Conversant Traveller blogger Heather Cole enjoys her first whale-watch in Sri Lanka from the deck of a catamaran after a night cruise in the Indian Ocean waters off Marissa, a premier south-coast beach resort.
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Every year, National Geographic holds a travel photographer of the year contest, and this picture of a whale watching us watching them is one of the many outstanding entries.
Sri Lanka is globally renowned among travellers and marine conservationists as a prime location for watching whales and dolphins in the natural habitat.
Good news for whale-watching tourists to Sri Lanka; one of top five Asia Pacific destinations; the world’s first-ever halal retreat launches in Tangalle; big boost for MICE and business tourism; rail travel a major attraction.
The launch of luxury live-aboard super-yacht charters in Sri Lanka has been torpedoed by officials because the boat has not been classified by the London-based Association of Classification Societies (IACS).
New and novel travel adventures are the bottom line for British tourists who see themselves as ‘experience hunters’, according to a study by Hilton Hotels & Resorts. It says that Brits will forgo almost everything if it means being able to experience something new.