Meanwhile the Sri Lanka Tourist Board has announced that the country is on course for a return to a growth in tourist arrivals of above 10%.
What does SLTB stand for?
SLTB stands for Sri Lanka Tourist Board
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Destination information from Sri Lanka Tourist Board on 020 7930 2627 or visit www.
Udaya Nanayakkara, chairman of the Sri Lanka Tourist Board, said visitor numbers plummeted by 75 per cent in January, losing the island thousands of pounds worth of revenue.
Further information: Sri Lanka Tourist Board, 0171 930 2627.
Despite the difficulties of luring tourists to a country linked with such upheaval, the Sri Lanka tourist board recently announced that tourist levels increased last year by 15% to 436,440.
Further information: Sri Lanka Tourist Board, 13 Hyde Park Gardens, London W2 2LU (0171 930 2627).
A senior official of the Sri Lanka Tourist Board estimated 70 foreign holidaymakers in various resort areas have lost their lives.
If you are planning to go there, the Sri Lanka Tourist Board can advise on travel plans.