One of the hardest hit sectors that are bouncing back strongly is the tourism sector

Standing left to right – Mr. Dinesh Jebamani (Chief Manager Liability Product Management and New Age Media – Seylan Bank), Mr.Sudesh Peiris (Senior Manager – Digital Banking Channels – Seylan Bank), Ms. S.Senevirathne (Representative of the Revenue Department – Western Province), Mr. Tilan Wijeyesekera (Deputy General Manager – Retail Banking – Seylan Bank) and Mr. Malik Wickremanayaka (Deputy General Manager – Operations – Seylan Bank)

One of the hardest hit sectors that are bouncing back strongly is the tourism sector. One of the hardest hit sectors that are bouncing back strongly is the tourism sector. Many of the hotels that suffered minor damage are getting ready to take in tourists. Hotels elsewhere are also pushing hard to keep up.

The Baumonts came to Sri Lanka through the Jetwing Group.

The couple contributed Rs. 40,000 to the relief fund established by the Jetwing Group and decided to stay on, because that would also help the country.

There are others who also think the same.

Tony Andrews, a British Tourist is staying at The Beach in Negombo and says that they are confident that the problems are limited.

Some tourists have came to Sri Lanka even after the tsunami disaster.

Infrastructure of several hotel groups including John Keells and Aitken Spence were hit by the tsunami.

Jetwing’s Yala Safari was badly affected with the manager losing his life.

Trackers and jeep drivers also lost their lives.

“Initially the focus was to look for survivors. But by