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Follow in the footsteps of Geoffrey Bawa, one of South Asia’s most renowned architects.
Intertwining the major religions of Sri Lanka, pilgrims from all over the island and even India attend to present their offerings and prove their dedication to the Skanda deities, while a procession of fire walkers, traditional Kawadi dancers and acrobats provide a truly unforgettable performance.
Esala Perahera (Jul/Aug) Witness the colourful celebrations of the historic Esala Perahera Festival in the streets of Kandy.
For something even more challenging, consider the midnight trek up Adam’s Peak or walking trails through the Knuckles Mountain range and take in stupendous views from World’s End in the Horton Plains.
Galle Kite Festival Amble along the shores of Galle Face and marvel at the uniquely shaped kites of the Galle Kite Festival.
From dragons to birds and horses to ships, each handmade kite is an expression of creativity, assessed by a panel of judges based on size and individuality.
Whether taking part or just watching from the sidelines, witnessing a Sri Lankan festival is a spectacular way of experiencing the country’s diverse identities and cultures.
Here are just some of the festivals worth experiencing in Sri Lanka: Kataragama Esala Festival (Jul/Aug) Watch as elaborately-decorated elephants take centre stage in the vibrant and lively Kataragama Esala Festival.