Sri Lanka is a gorgeous little island located just beneath India. It is an island that is blessed with an eternal summer! Gloriously sunny days are abundant in this country and so it attracts large numbers of tourists from all corners of the world.
The golden soil of this charming island produces abundant harvests for the islanders. Tea, rubber, coconut, rice as well as spices are cultivated in the island plentifully. Sri Lanka’s flourishing agriculture industry is blessed with good climatic and weather conditions for the greater part of the year.
The island produces a range of delectable tropical fruits too. These juicy treats are packed with supreme flavour. Of course these super fruits are rich in nutrients too!
Range of Tropical Fruits
The mango is one of the most popular fruit in Sri Lanka. It is grown in many parts of the island. Sri Lanka boasts of over 20 different types of mango so you will definitely be able to look forward to a rich variety when you visit this island! Papaya is also a very common tropical fruit that offers a number of health benefits. You will find it being served in fruit salads as well as in juice form in the island. The tangy pineapple is also quite easy to find all across the island of Sri Lanka. It tastes divine when barbequed! Pomegranate, which is known as the ‘hardest working fruit’ in the world also grows in Sri Lanka. The juice of this super fruit contains a high concentration of natural antioxidants.
Jambu, which looks as great as it tastes is yet another favourite tropical treat that is grown in Sri Lanka. The remarkable taste of Jambu is mild and quite addictive indeed! Jackfruit is also immensely popular in the island. The flesh of this fruit can be cooked, fried, grilled and roasted. It is commonly served with coconut. The ripe fruit is also quite popular in the island as it has a very rich taste. The banana is indeed the queen of fruits in Sri Lanka! It is grown and consumed abundantly in the island. Sri Lanka has 29 varieties of bananas, some of which are indigenous to the island.
Guava, rambutan, mangostin, passion fruit, avocado and cashew apple are also common topical fruits in Sri Lanka. Get in touch with Green Holiday Centre if you want to obtain more information about the enchanting paradise island of Sri Lanka.