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Waterfalls in Sri Lanka.

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Sri Lanka has approximately 409 waterfalls which are well distributed around the country. This high concentration of waterfalls compared to its land area makes Sri Lanka the country with the largest number of waterfalls in the world. Many of the most prominent and breathtaking falls are located in the Rathnapura and Nuwara Eliya districts while the other are scattered around the south west and the southern parts of the country.

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Beaches

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When it comes to beaches, Sri Lanka is a veritable paradise offering visitors the chance to soak in the waves and indulge in a most relaxing holiday. For those looking for that perfect holiday located close to the beautiful waves that are present in Sri Lanka, numerous hotel offers means of making those wishes come true.

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Highlights

Location

• Sri Lanka is an Island in the Indian Ocean.
• Located in the south of the Indian subcontinent.
• Shaped like a giant teardrop falling from the southern tip of that.
• South Eastern part of Asia.
• The bay of Bengal – North East
• The Arabian Sea – North West.
• Situated in great geographical to India.
• It is separated from India by the Palk Strait.
• There is a series of stepping –stone coral islets.
• Adam’s Bridge


Rainfall

• Annual rainfall varies from 900mm to 6000mm.
• Higher values are experienced on the western slops of the central hill country.
• The nest higher values are over the Rangala range of hills.
• The lower values are on the North Western and Southern lowlands.

• The island is influenced by two wind regimes.
• The Southwest Monsoon (Summer Monsoon ) – May to September
• Northeast Monsoon (Winter Monsoon)- December to February.
• Two inter Monsoonal Periods – March – April and October – November.


Location

• Sri Lanka is an Island in the Indian Ocean.
• Located in the south of the Indian subcontinent.
• Shaped like a giant teardrop falling from the southern tip of that.
• South Eastern part of Asia.
• The bay of Bengal – North East
• The Arabian Sea – North West.
• Situated in great geographical to India.
• It is separated from India by the Palk Strait.
• There is a series of stepping –stone coral islets.
• Adam’s Bridge


Rainfall

• Annual rainfall varies from 900mm to 6000mm.
• Higher values are experienced on the western slops of the central hill country.
• The nest higher values are over the Rangala range of hills.
• The lower values are on the North Western and Southern lowlands.

• The island is influenced by two wind regimes.
• The Southwest Monsoon (Summer Monsoon ) – May to September
• Northeast Monsoon (Winter Monsoon)- December to February.
• Two inter Monsoonal Periods – March – April and October – November.


Location

• Sri Lanka is an Island in the Indian Ocean.
• Located in the south of the Indian subcontinent.
• Shaped like a giant teardrop falling from the southern tip of that.
• South Eastern part of Asia.
• The bay of Bengal – North East
• The Arabian Sea – North West.
• Situated in great geographical to India.
• It is separated from India by the Palk Strait.
• There is a series of stepping –stone coral islets.
• Adam’s Bridge


Rainfall

• Annual rainfall varies from 900mm to 6000mm.
• Higher values are experienced on the western slops of the central hill country.
• The nest higher values are over the Rangala range of hills.
• The lower values are on the North Western and Southern lowlands.

• The island is influenced by two wind regimes.
• The Southwest Monsoon (Summer Monsoon ) – May to September
• Northeast Monsoon (Winter Monsoon)- December to February.
• Two inter Monsoonal Periods – March – April and October – November.


Location

• Sri Lanka is an Island in the Indian Ocean.
• Located in the south of the Indian subcontinent.
• Shaped like a giant teardrop falling from the southern tip of that.
• South Eastern part of Asia.
• The bay of Bengal – North East
• The Arabian Sea – North West.
• Situated in great geographical to India.
• It is separated from India by the Palk Strait.
• There is a series of stepping –stone coral islets.
• Adam’s Bridge


Rainfall

• Annual rainfall varies from 900mm to 6000mm.
• Higher values are experienced on the western slops of the central hill country.
• The nest higher values are over the Rangala range of hills.
• The lower values are on the North Western and Southern lowlands.

• The island is influenced by two wind regimes.
• The Southwest Monsoon (Summer Monsoon ) – May to September
• Northeast Monsoon (Winter Monsoon)- December to February.
• Two inter Monsoonal Periods – March – April and October – November.


Location

• Sri Lanka is an Island in the Indian Ocean.
• Located in the south of the Indian subcontinent.
• Shaped like a giant teardrop falling from the southern tip of that.
• South Eastern part of Asia.
• The bay of Bengal – North East
• The Arabian Sea – North West.
• Situated in great geographical to India.
• It is separated from India by the Palk Strait.
• There is a series of stepping –stone coral islets.
• Adam’s Bridge


Rainfall

• Annual rainfall varies from 900mm to 6000mm.
• Higher values are experienced on the western slops of the central hill country.
• The nest higher values are over the Rangala range of hills.
• The lower values are on the North Western and Southern lowlands.

• The island is influenced by two wind regimes.
• The Southwest Monsoon (Summer Monsoon ) – May to September
• Northeast Monsoon (Winter Monsoon)- December to February.
• Two inter Monsoonal Periods – March – April and October – November.


Location

• Sri Lanka is an Island in the Indian Ocean.
• Located in the south of the Indian subcontinent.
• Shaped like a giant teardrop falling from the southern tip of that.
• South Eastern part of Asia.
• The bay of Bengal – North East
• The Arabian Sea – North West.
• Situated in great geographical to India.
• It is separated from India by the Palk Strait.
• There is a series of stepping –stone coral islets.
• Adam’s Bridge


Rainfall

• Annual rainfall varies from 900mm to 6000mm.
• Higher values are experienced on the western slops of the central hill country.
• The nest higher values are over the Rangala range of hills.
• The lower values are on the North Western and Southern lowlands.

• The island is influenced by two wind regimes.
• The Southwest Monsoon (Summer Monsoon ) – May to September
• Northeast Monsoon (Winter Monsoon)- December to February.
• Two inter Monsoonal Periods – March – April and October – November.


Location

• Sri Lanka is an Island in the Indian Ocean.
• Located in the south of the Indian subcontinent.
• Shaped like a giant teardrop falling from the southern tip of that.
• South Eastern part of Asia.
• The bay of Bengal – North East
• The Arabian Sea – North West.
• Situated in great geographical to India.
• It is separated from India by the Palk Strait.
• There is a series of stepping –stone coral islets.
• Adam’s Bridge


Rainfall

• Annual rainfall varies from 900mm to 6000mm.
• Higher values are experienced on the western slops of the central hill country.
• The nest higher values are over the Rangala range of hills.
• The lower values are on the North Western and Southern lowlands.

• The island is influenced by two wind regimes.
• The Southwest Monsoon (Summer Monsoon ) – May to September
• Northeast Monsoon (Winter Monsoon)- December to February.
• Two inter Monsoonal Periods – March – April and October – November.


Location

• Sri Lanka is an Island in the Indian Ocean.
• Located in the south of the Indian subcontinent.
• Shaped like a giant teardrop falling from the southern tip of that.
• South Eastern part of Asia.
• The bay of Bengal – North East
• The Arabian Sea – North West.
• Situated in great geographical to India.
• It is separated from India by the Palk Strait.
• There is a series of stepping –stone coral islets.
• Adam’s Bridge


Rainfall

• Annual rainfall varies from 900mm to 6000mm.
• Higher values are experienced on the western slops of the central hill country.
• The nest higher values are over the Rangala range of hills.
• The lower values are on the North Western and Southern lowlands.

• The island is influenced by two wind regimes.
• The Southwest Monsoon (Summer Monsoon ) – May to September
• Northeast Monsoon (Winter Monsoon)- December to February.
• Two inter Monsoonal Periods – March – April and October – November.


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Climate

•  Climate is generally hot and
    humid.
•  The Climate of Sri Lanka is
    tropical.
•  With two distinct seasons ,a
   dry and a wet season.
•  The country is influenced by
    two monsoons
•  The Southwest monsoon.
•  The northeast monsoon.
 

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