After the 30-year civil war, Sri Lanka has become a major tourist hub in south Asia. Tourism has been booming ever since. Despite the recent events we still think that the tourism industry has great potential. In this blog we will bring you some of the most underrated locations that you could possibly invest in Sri Lanka. Nuwara Eliya, Galle, Ella are to mainstream and it costs a fortune to buy something in those areas now. There are plenty of locations that has the potential to boom in the near future! These are the 05 locations that we think will burst in the coming years.

1. Galaha

Galaha is a mountainous region with lush vegetation and many natural water sources. It’s a chilly and wet climate. A little river encircles the area, providing enough water for the rice farmers that live there. This village is surrounded by mountains, whose top soil has been eroded by heavy rains and agricultural practices. As a result of the government’s reforestation initiative, they now have lovely pine woods. There is a Vihara, a Hindu temple, a Mosque, and a Church in this town.

2. Pussellawa

Pussellawa is a tiny town in Sri Lanka’s Kandy District. When besieged by foes, legend has it that the mighty King Buvanekabahu IV would hide in the difficult hills surrounding Pussellawa and Kothmale. These difficult areas eventually become the most well-known Tea Plantations in the world. Pussellawa, the start of the Hill Country, is 16 km from Gampola on the Nuwara Eliya road and has a height of almost 2800ft, making the climate chilly and the surroundings misty in the late evenings.

Hike mountain in Pussellawa, Sri Lanka (PC:

3. Beragala

Beragala is a tiny Sri Lankan town. It’s in the Badulla District of Sri Lanka’s Uva Province. Along the A4 Highway, it is 183 kilometers from Colombo. The natural surroundings of the region, as well as the beautiful waterfalls that surround it, are well-known.

4. Habarana

If it’s elephants it’s Habarana. Habarana is a small place in Sri Lanka’s Anuradhapura District. The area includes various mid-range and higher-end hotels currently. Most tourists visit Sri Lanka to experience the wildlife mostly the majestic beasts. There’s no other place where you can see elephants in heard of 100s.

Wild Life in Habarana, Sri Lanka (PC:

5. Eluwankulama

Eluwankulama is located in the boarder of Wilpattu national park. It’s a great place to invest on if you’re a wildlife lover. There are so many other attractions surrounding Eluwankulama which is also very close to the Puttalam lagoon.

Look these places up and you will find how attractive these locations are and the endless possibilities you have. These places are still in the booming stage so you will be able to find a good investment for a fair price.

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Ancient Sri Lanka (Ptolemy’s Taprobane)

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