If you're keen to see exotic and exciting animals, we think Sri Lanka may be just the place to travel to.
Having just announced that it is to focus more on wildlife when it comes to receiving travellers, the Sri Lanka Tourism board claims that it has not given this area enough attention - until now, claims Philippa Jacks, writing for ttglive.com.
Here you'll be able to see a wide variety of creatures, from whales to birds and butterflies.
"In Sri Lanka, you can see both the largest mammal on earth, the elephant, and the largest mammal in the sea, the blue whale, in one day," comments chairman of the tourist board Dr Nalaka Godahewa.
Meanwhile, the board has also expressed its desire to promote its beaches and adventure tourism in the country.
At the beginning of the year, the New York Times deemed Sri Lanka to be one of the best places to visit in 2011.
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