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ANI Sri Lanka Gives You 10 Reasons to Visit Sri Lanka

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ANI Sri Lanka Gives You 10 Reasons to Visit Sri Lanka


Here’s how you can take your holiday in Sri Lanka up a notch

A world on one island, the all-inclusive ÀNI Sri Lanka is a launchpad to awe-inspiring island adventures, aromatic cuisines and ancient cultures channelling the laid-back allure of the south coast. Every aspect of the private resort is crafted with a generosity of spirit unique to ANI layered by warmth, humanity in service. Here are 10 reasons to uncover its magic.ANI

Accommodation At Its Finest

At ANI Sri Lanka, the resort’s design capitalizes on the panoramic surrounding view. With crashing Indian Ocean waves, the beach below is designed for early morning walks, playing cricket and watching perfect sunsets at the end of a relaxing day. The two poolside Living Salas are the perfect hideaways: Villa Monara (Peacock).

Incredible History

Moreover, ancient temples, ruins and statues are dotted across the island, revealing Sri Lanka’s unique interplay of Buddhist, Hindu, Muslim and Christian traditions. Close to ANI Sri Lanka, admire the island’s largest Buddha statue spanning 50m at the Wewurukannala Buddhist temple in Dickwella which dates back to the 18th century.

 Vibrant Culture

The island’s rich history of artistry is beautifully expressed in the Southern Province. Guests of ANI can watch traditional dance performances, listen to folk music performances, and admire Sri Lanka’s extraordinary masks.

On top of that, jewellery starring sapphires, rubies and other precious gems from the island can be purchased in Galle or Colombo. Art-lovers can relish a trip to ANI Art Academies Sri Lanka which helps underprivileged young artists forge creative careers and commission their very own piece of art to take home.ANI

Tropical Climate

The prime time to visit ANI Sri Lanka is December to April, with annual temperatures on the coast averaging at around 28°C. July and August offer more settled weather for summer holidays. The monsoons return in September and October, bringing short bursts of warm, tropical rain that feel very welcome and utterly refreshing.ANI

Visit the Official ANI Sri Lanka Website to find out more.


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