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TOURISM INDUSTRY IN NORTH WESTERN PROVINCE

The Tourism Industry in the North Western Province comprising the Districts of Kurunegala and Puttalam is in the process of being distinctly developed. The Kurunegala District, contributing cultural and environmental legacies coming from ages amply to the country and the Puttalam District with its attractive still-untapped beach front resources, coupled with the worldrenowned Wilpattu National Park in its bosom, combined, is a glorious tourist paradise. With amazing beaches, dense forests, a National Park second to none, a culture fed by Buddhism and numerous Buddhist temples and Viharas adding to its beauty, North Western Province is a superb tourist destination entrenched with an agricultural industry fed by a host of small and large-scale tanks and waterways. North Western Province is a superb centrally located transport hub with easy access to all other provinces of North, North Central, Central, East, Sabaragamuwa and Western. This province is represented by a special ethnic group, around Puttalam, with a history of originating from Negros, in addition to other ethnicities like Sinhalese, Tamils, Muslims, and Burgher- all living in peace despite ethnic and religious differences. People of the North Western Province are well known for their hereditary hospitality for all visitors be it own nationals or foreigners, with no difference. The North Western Province Development Authority has taken the centre stage in the development of the Tourism Industry in the province, with basic infrastructure facilities like training of human resources, guidance and assistance in acquiring material resources etc., being provided. It is the wish of the North Western Province Development Authority to concentrate still more on tourism without endangering its social, cultural and environmental values. as it believes it could benefit the industry hugely.