Sri Lanka’s South Coast Ranked Number 01 in Men’s Journal’s “The 10 Best Solo Travel Destinations in The World”
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Seasoned wanderers and escapades alike know how redemptive a solo journey can be, from offering abundant time for self-reflection and personal growth, to delivering moments of introspection and wonderment amongst the world’s most wild and rugged landscapes. MEN’s JOURNAL, a New York based men’s lifestyle magazine has ranked SRI LANKA’s South Coast Number 01 among “The 10 Best Solo Travel Destinations in the World”. The list also includes Manitoba (Canada), Zihuatanejo (Mexico), Namibia, Sardinia, Antarctica, Jackson Hole (WY), Central Asia, Southern Oregon Coast, and Northwest Colombia. When you possess the freedom to travel how you want, when you want, and where you want, a transformational shift in perspective ensues when you venture into the unknown.
The southern province of Sri Lanka has wonderful seclusion, the warmth of its people and untouched nature makes the region so incredibly charming. The South is the country’s most sultry and alluring; a splendid shoreline of astounding white curves of sand set alongside emerald woody hills. A region of delight to explore where each bend in the coastal highway unveils yet another tranquil cove to reconnoitre.
The city of Galle is an enchanting walled city brimming with historic interest and is undeniably the South’s Cultural highlight. In addition to the aforementioned, there also exists mystifying Buddhist art in lonesome caves and the sanctified precinct of Kataragama, a town of important pilgrimage.
A celebrated destination where you may find all that you are after. Surfers return year after year in pursuit of the flawless break. There’s also the opportunity to witness magnificent blue whales surging through offshore waves and turtles crawling onto moonlit shores. The islands national parks possess ferocious leopards moving like spirits in the night and mighty elephants whose trumpets echo across forests to acclaim the first light of day.