Incorporating Ayurvedic Treatments, Sri Lanka’s Spas Are Worth The Trip – Forbes

Lauren Mowery

Sunset fishing off the southwest coast of Sri Lanka.

Over the last few years, this tear-drop shaped country off the tip of India has become a travel writer’s darling. Earning accolades for its ring of beaches, enduring ruins, distinct cuisine, vibrant culture, and wild game-viewing, this “up-and-coming destination” for tourists seeking “India Light” was “pure, untouched and unspoiled” and “ready for its close-up.” Sri Lanka sounded like a veritable Shangri-La. Encouraged by high expectations set by effusive media praise, I booked a two-week trip to see for myself.
The truth, I would discover, was murkier than the crisp images printed in travel mags. For example, game parks were burdened by hours-long entrance lines and competitive (dangerously so) racing to spot animals. Traffic congestion snarled for hours beyond the capital. Ugly Chinese construction proved Asian developers were already reimagining parts of the island. However, despite…

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