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Sri Lanka and Tanzania travel and economic partnership

Sri Lanka President Rajapaksa set to tour Tanzania Sri Lanka and Tanzania travel and economic partnership

Apolinari Tairo, eTN Correspondent, Tanzania

TANZANIA (eTN) - Looking at strengthening economic and travel partnerships with Tanzania, Sri Lanka's President Mahinda Rajapaksa is set for a five-day official visit to Tanzania this week.

Yala – ruined by its own popularity?

Sri Lanka national park Yala – ruined by its own popularity?

Srilal Miththapala, eTN Sri Lanka

Srilal Miththapala offers a pragmatic approach to mitigate some of the problems faced by the country’s most visited national park.

The new breed of tourists: the Flashpackers

Sri Lanka tourism – stronger growth in the informal sector? The new breed of tourists: the Flashpackers

Srilal Miththapala, eTN Sri Lanka

There is no doubt that the overall tourist arrivals to Sri Lanka have shown YOY growth in the past few years. Almost all hotels are returning healthy revenue, occupancy and profitability ...

One million tourists arrivals – the story behind the numbers

sustaining tourism growth One million tourists arrivals – the story behind the numbers

Srilal Miththapala, eTN Sri Lanka

There has been great publicity in the press celebrating the arrival of the 1 millionth foreign tourist to Sri Lanka for the year 2012 during late December 2012.

Emerging tourism trends in Sri Lanka

primary brand attribute to Sri Lanka tourism is its beaches Emerging tourism trends in Sri Lanka

Srilal Miththapala

The Sri Lanka Tourism Development Authority (SLTDA) undertook an airport survey of departing foreign tourists from Sri Lanka from January to June 2011, and the results were published last ...

Achievements a triumph for ecotourism in Sri Lanka

5th Annual Sri Lanka Tourism Awards Achievements a triumph for ecotourism in Sri Lanka

The Sri Lanka Tourism Awards 2011 was held on August 30, 2012, at the Waters Edge - Battramulla.

Srilal speaks on elephants and tourism at the Women’s Chamber

Elephants as an icon for Sri Lanka tourism Srilal speaks on elephants and tourism at the Women’s Chamber

eTN Staff Writer

SRI LANKA (eTN) - Srilal Miththapala, Project Director of the EU-funded SWITCH ASIA PROGRAM – Greening Sri Lanka Hotels Project (GSLH) implemented by The Ceylon Chamber of Commerce, former ...

Excerpts of the address at World SKAL Day Dinner

rush to develop and grow tourism in Sri Lanka Excerpts of the address at World SKAL Day Dinner

Srilal Miththapala, eTN Sri Lanka

From time immemorial, Sri Lanka has been well known for its hospitality, and we have on record many accolades from visitors in the annals of Sri Lankan history including Far Hein, Mark Twain, and ...

Tourist arrivals in Sri Lanka: food for thought

Tourism in post-war Sri Lanka Tourist arrivals in Sri Lanka: food for thought

Srilal Miththapala, eTN Sri Lanka

SRI LANKA (eTN) - There is no doubt that tourism in post-war Sri Lanka has grown at an unprecedented and record-breaking manner, reaching a dizzy 40% YOY growth in arrivals in 2010.

Sri Lanka tourism: new kid on the block

Feast Or Famine? Sri Lanka tourism: new kid on the block

Srilal Miththapala, eTN Sri Lanka Ambassador

SRI LANKA - Currently, tourism is the main buzz word in business and general circles, with all hotels reportedly doing very well with high occupancies.

Sri Lanka plans for tourism industry boom

Sancharaka Udawa Launched In Colombo Sri Lanka plans for tourism industry boom

Sanjeevi Jayasuriya

Sri Lanka will be positioned as a high-end tourism destination focusing more on quality service delivery.

Sri Lanka December Tourist Arrivals up 55.8 percent, year ends on a promising note

Sri Lanka Tourism Sri Lanka December Tourist Arrivals up 55.8 percent, year ends on a promising note

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December Tourist Arrivals up 55.8 percent, year ends on a promising note

Sri Lanka to promote 'Ramayana' sites to attract tourists

Sri Lanka Sri Lanka to promote 'Ramayana' sites to attract tourists

Colombo (eTN) - Tourists visiting Sri Lanka can now have a feel of the 'Ramayana' as the government has decided to develop the sites associated with the epic for which it has sought India's ...

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