Sri Lanka is a fabulously beautiful island, where charming landscapes open up to the view at every step - lush green tea plantations interspersed with mountains wrapped in a bluish haze, impressive waterfalls, and white sandy beaches. It is not for nothing that this island is called the pearl of the Indian Ocean because here you can find views worth capturing almost anywhere, however, in some places it is possible to "hunt" for truly breathtaking shots that will certainly not leave your Instagram followers indifferent.
Sunrise at Adam's Peak
This peak is located at an altitude of 2,243 meters above sea level, providing a unique opportunity to capture truly stunning mountain panoramas. The best time for filming and photography at Adam's Peak is at sunrise.
Train from Kandy to Ella
A breathtaking train ride winding through hilly tea plantations is a must for any Sri Lankan traveler. Connoisseurs claim that this is probably one of the most beautiful train routes in the world. Seeing the impressive Instagram photos, it would be almost a sin not to agree with them. Keep your camera ready when you board this train because there will be plenty of stunning scenery along the way!
The picturesque beach of Hiriketiya
Hiriketya Bay looks like a horseshoe or a giant conch washed ashore from a drone's height. Turquoise waves lapping the golden beach surrounded by lush palm jungles create a stunningly beautiful composition in the overall view.
The majestic Pidurangala rock
This massive rock formation is located just a few kilometers from Sigiriya Rock. The best time for photography is sunrise or sunset when the sun's rays effectively illuminate the mighty rock that rises majestically from the jungle sea.
The impressive Harry Potter Bridge in Ella
The impressive bridge, supported by nine giant arches, has become one of Sri Lanka's most popular tourist attractions due to the gorgeous surrounding scenery and its resemblance to the bridge from the world-famous film about the wizard Harry Potter.
Jami Ul-Alfar Mosque or Red Mosque
The Red Mosque is one of the most popular attractions in Colombo, the capital of Sri Lanka. It was built at the beginning of the twentieth century and impresses with its unusual red and white pattern. It is believed that this magnificent architectural structure once performed a peculiar function of a lighthouse, helping sailors navigate the river that flows past the mosque.
Bright green tea plantations in Nuwara Eliya
Nuwara Eliya is arguably Sri Lanka's most famous tea region. Here you can see impressive mountains covered with lush green terraces of tea plantations. The best time for photography is in the morning when you can catch not only the perfect lighting but also watch the tea pickers at work.
The romantic beach of Mihiripenna
This picturesque beach is located in Unawatuna on the southern coast of Sri Lanka. The natural pool is protected by a coral reef, offering excellent snorkeling opportunities for the adventurous, as well as undisturbed moments for those who seek solitude and want to capture themselves in romantic photos against the backdrop of exotic Sri Lankan nature.
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