Sri Lanka

Nestled in the azure waters of the Indian Ocean, Sri Lanka is a treasure trove for those seeking to journey through both time and terrain. The island's intricate road networks are not just stretches of asphalt but pathways leading to hidden gems, tales of ancient civilizations, and nature's marvels.

One of such paths is the Daha Ata Wanguwa or the 18 Bends Road, located in the Central Province. This famed stretch is not just about the drive but the mesmerizing vistas that accompany each bend, providing an ever-evolving tableau of the island's lush greenery and mist-laden mountains. Another enchanting route is the road leading to the Diyaluma falls, one of the country's highest waterfalls. As you approach, the roar of cascading waters fills the air, and the sight of the falls is a testament to nature's artistry. The Southern Expressway, while modern, allows for rapid transit, flanked by verdant landscapes that showcase Sri Lanka's rich biodiversity. Whether it's the winding tracks of Ella or the breathtaking mountain passes of the central highlands, Sri Lanka promises an unmatched driving experience.

So, gear up and let the roads of Sri Lanka lead you on an odyssey where nature, culture, and adventure intertwine, creating memories that linger long after the journey's end.

Daha Ata Wanguwa is the 18 Bends Road

Daha Ata Wanguwa (18 Bends Road) is a famous drive in the Central Province of Sri Lanka. The road features 17 hairpin bends (not 18).

Travel guide to Diyaluma falls in Sri Lanka

Diyaluma (also known as Diya Haluma) is a waterfall located in Sri Lanka's Badulla district. At 220m high is the second highest waterfall in the country.

The road to Riverston Peak is said to be the scary of scaries

Riverston Peak is a high mountain peak at an elevation of 1.445m (4,740ft) above the sea level, located in the district of Matale, in the Central Province of Sri Lanka.