Ripping open the wild side of the paradise isle, Sri Lanka will stick its spokes into the international world of adventure sports with its first race set for July 2003.
Adventure Centre Asia, a Nepalese based company is pitching its tent in Sri Lanka to open up the island for serious adventure sports enthusiasts. rn
rnAdding Sri Lanka to its list of six offices in the region is the companys new adventure to make up for the slow pace of business in Nepal. rn
rnPeter Stewart, Director of Adventure Centre Asia says Nepal, considered as one of the best adventure sports destinations is seeing a drop in the number of thrill seekers due to problems firing up within the country.rn
rnAdventure Centre Asia will offer the rage of adrenalin sports including hot air ballooning, rafting, white water kayaking, canoeing, trekking, mountain biking and team mind building programmes. rn
rnWith peace process germinating noticeably and the countys untapped potential for adventure sports, Peter says his outfits can