A fortress of rockitude?
The Sigiriya rock is a World Heritage Site as well as an archeological wonder. The rock plateau sits at 370m above sea level in the heart of Sri Lanka and was formed from the magma of a now extinct volcano. The beast is known for being King Kashyapa's own royal experiment. Thousands of years ago, it was actively inhabited and has water channels, gardens and a fortress built right at the top.
Enough history, let's dive into the experience.