Travel and Tourism - Sri Lanka - February 2019
“Sri Lanka lies along the ‘maritime silk road’, creating potential for it to become a hub for commerce and tourism in the Indian Ocean region. Tourism arrival volume continues to break records every year, bringing with it foreign-exchange earnings essential to the country’s economic health. With the government’s goal of transitioning Sri Lanka to an upper-middle-income nation and an export-driven economy, the tourism industry should be further supported to help the country achieve its overall objective.”
– Jessica Kelly, Senior Tourism Analyst
This report looks at the following areas:
What are the main regions and tourism destinations in Sri Lanka?
Who are Sri Lanka’s visitors and which source markets show potential for further growth?
What are the new developments occurring in Sri Lanka’s tourism industry?
What strategies are Sri Lanka implementing to reach its objective of US$7 billion in tourism-related earnings by 2020?
How does tourism fit into Sri Lanka’s Vision 2025 plan to be classified as an upper-middle-income country and the export-driven hub of the Indian Ocean?
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