National Museum of Colombo
National Museum of Colombo is the largest museum in the country offering excursionists buying flights tickets to Sri Lanka a peek into its rich history spanning a period of over 2500 years. The museum offers three main sections for Natural Science, Culture and Library, and Natural Section consisting of four main subsections such as Entomology, Zoology, Botany, and Geology. A puppetry and children’s museum is also nestled inside the premises. Visit to this exquisite depositary housing terrific artefacts is highly recommended for the historians booking flights to Sri Lanka.
Sinharaja Forest Reserve
This UNESCO World Heritage Site, located approximately a hundred kilometres away from Colombo is internationally renowned destination which has been pushing enquires for air tickets on Sri Lanka flights. The undulating Sinharaja Forest marked by alleys and ridges is a treasure trove of more than fifty percent of endemic mammals, butterflies and amphibians. The dense foliage and luxuriant vegetation of the virgin rainforest of Sinharaja effectively conceals the wildlife, making it highly challenging for visitors to spot the wild animals barring the gargantuan elephants and ferocious cheetah. The immaculate beauty of this magnificent reserve is a veritable treat for the nature lovers grabbing air tickets to Sri Lanka.
Pinnawela Elephant Orphanage
Located ninety kilometres away from Colombo, Pinnawela Elephant Orphanage is home to the biggest herd of captive elephants in the world, and one of the most renowned attractions of Sri Lanka drawing scores of animal enthusiasts taking flights to Sri Lanka for leisure vacations. Initiated with only five baby elephants, today it gloriously boasts of hundred carefree, colossal animals. Watching baby jumbos bottle fed and bathed by their foster parents is a sight to behold and absolutely worth the time and money spent on reserving Sri Lanka flights.