Visa is a essential requirement for anyone to enter Sri Lanka. One should ensure its ownership before planning to enter in Sri Lanka. Tourists from other countries are recommended to check current applicable visa fee/visa extension fees with Government of Sri Lanka tourist Offices. Familiarizing yourself with these will make the visa application action a lot smoother.
On 1st January 2012 our Sri Lanka government introduced a new Electronic Travel Authorization Visa which is also known as ETA VISA in short. If you are looking for a short visit to Sri Lanka then this ETA process will be mandatory to you. And for them a valid visa for Si Lanka will be allotted which will be issued by Department of Immigration & Emigration, Colombo, Sri Lanka.
There are so many things that Sri Lanka is known for, from its world class architecture and lakes all are rich in natural and bountiful resources. You will find scenic beauty and abundance in hills and mountains that fills the air around with refreshing coolness waterfall. There are so many Buddhist temples in Sri Lanka and from them one of the oldest one is Girihadu Seya, which translates as “the stupa on top of the rocks.” This buddhist stupa was built 2,500 years ago, back in the 5th century BCE when Lord Buddha was still alive.
So you will find many temples with many historical stories. Sinharaja Rain Forest (a UNESCO World Heritage Site), the last viable left over part of Sri Lanka’s is tropical lowland rain forest which spanning an area of 18900 acres. This is located within Sabaragamuwa and Southern provinces of the south-west lowland wet zone of Sri Lanka.
Hence visit Sri Lanka and have a great experience of life that you never had before. For more information visit our site: etavisa-srilanka.org.