The true cost of your trip to Sri Lanka

Visiting Sri Lanka but concerned about human rights? Then check out this fantastic new short video (below) by ’47 Roots’, a punchy round-up of some of the potential ethical pitfalls of your trip and how you can manage them.

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By the Sri Lanka Campaign for Peace and Justice

For further information about ethical tourism in Sri Lanka, including a non-exhaustive list of places to consider avoiding, please have a browse of our campaign page. Alternatively, you can download the report version of our findings here.

The Sri Lanka Campaign for Peace and Justice is a member of the Global Coalition for Conflict Transformation, which is comprised of organizations committed to upholding and implementing the Principles of Conflict Transformation.

This article was originally published on the Sri Lanka Campaign website and is available by clicking here. The views expressed do not necessarily represent those of TransConflict.

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