Find The Serenity of Life Through Yoga – Getting to Know the Real You!

Combining mental discipline and self-reflection with physical exercise, yoga is a practice that leads to finding that inner balance. Over time it also helps you to discover and accept who you truly are.

The inward journey

Yoga is very much an internal journey; it can help lead to better self-discovery while improving one’s health and wellbeing too. It requires you to let go of all the external “noise” be it stress or worries and just focus on connecting with your inner self.

Get away from it all

While yoga can be practised in any quite spot, nothing beats heading off to a place where tranquillity abounds as part of a special yoga retreat. Sri Lanka is one such destination ideal for yoga be it at the beach or amidst the mountains.

Holistic healing

While yoga helps bring about peace of mind and fosters self-love, it leads to complete holistic well-being when combined with traditional healing such as Ayurveda. Travel specialists in Sri Lanka such as Walkers Tours offer special yoga retreats that also feature ayurvedic treatments that address each individual’s unique body type and characteristics.

A lifelong process

Yoga is not a quick fix that can be rushed. Over time as you keep practising it, you become more in tune with your inner consciousness and who the “real you” is. This process paves the way to self-acceptance which in turn leads to self-growth and that serenity within.

Caleb Falcon is a travel writer who specializes in writing content based on the many exciting world adventures that await intrepid travellers.

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Your Guide to Whale Watching in Mirissa – Every naturalist’s dream

The ocean around Sri Lanka is a habitat for a wide variety of marine life. Whale watching in Mirissa has become a popular holiday activity among many tourists who want to catch a glimpse of these breathtaking creatures of the ocean.

Trincomalee

Dschen Reinecke, Sri Lanka-Trincomalee-Pigeon Island, CC BY-SA 3.0

Trincomalee | Image Credit – Dschen Reinecke, CC BY-SA 3.0

Trincomalee Bay, a natural harbour is among the most picturesque, deepest and largest of such harbours in the world. Among whale watching areas in Sri Lanka, Trincomalee has the shortest whale watching season.

Mirissa

Mirissa | Image Credit ; Arian Zwegers Via Wikipedia Commons, CC BY 2.0

Mirissa | Image Credit ; Arian Zwegers Via Wikipedia Commons, CC BY 2.0

The Mirissa whale watching the season from November to April is the longest with the peak being between December and January. Whale watching is a part of Sri Lanka tours organized by popular tour operators such as the Walkers Tours.

Kalpitiya

The Bar Reef, the largest coral reef in the country is located off Kalpitiya Peninsula 150 km north of Colombo. Whale watching boats can be rented from 80 boat operators trained and approved by the Department of Wildlife, who issue tickets for the trips.

Aerial Whale Watching

Taking a whale watching to new heights is whale watching from the air. This definitely is a more convenient option as there is no getting up at the crack of dawn or undertaking a five to seven hour trip on a crowded boat.

Caleb Falcon is a travel writer who specializes in writing content based on the many exciting world adventures that await intrepid travellers.

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