‘Survival Guide for Tourists’ in Sri Lanka
A ‘Survival Guide for Tourists’ has been propelled by the free site for vacationers Srilankaholidayguru.com.
The site, which is delivered by Rocketeer Labs, a Sri Lankan media-tech organization situated in Colombo, is committed to elevating the travel industry to Sri Lanka.
Sri Lanka Holiday Guru Director Andrew Jebaraj stated: “I got the thought for a survival manual from a visitor who revealed to me how valuable it is have all the data a vacationer needs in a straightforward, effectively available on-line manage.”
The ‘Survival Guide’ is a piece of the Sri Lanka Holiday Guru site which highlights a week by week pamphlet and regular articles of enthusiasm on Sri Lanka to the free visitor, including lodging and café surveys and direct records of surprising traveler encounters in Sri Lanka, similar to, the less known goals, zip-lining, trekking, whale watching and looking for the ideal cup of tea. Jebaraj clarified: “We tune in to web-based social networking posts, the web and screen what vacationers need to know. We discover the appropriate responses and stay up with the latest by checking sources including Sri Lanka migration, traditions and the Tourist Police. Our point with the ‘Survival Guide’ is to have a one-stop on-line data site for a visitor visiting Sri Lanka.”
Jebaraj, an accomplished business person, is helped by a group of independent benefactors and scientists. Publication Consultant is British travel essayist Royston Ellis, an inhabitant of Sri Lanka for a long time and writer of a few books about Sri Lanka.
The Sri Lanka Holiday Guru site has turned into the primary site for potential voyagers looking for autonomous data about Sri Lanka.
With an emphasis on outsiders who may consider an occasion in Sri Lanka soon, the site highlights inventive articles, for example, ‘Twelve Jolly Good Reasons to Spend Christmas in Sri Lanka’ just as the ‘Survival Guide’.