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Paradise is still the most commonly used word to describe Sri Lanka – a lush, tropical island of golden beaches and brilliant blue waters. We are famed for the amazing diversity of our culture, the natural beauty of the landscape and a complex history stretching back to 543 BC.
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Nature Exploration 14 days tour with Bella Lanka Tours


The beautiful island country Sri Lanka No Shout of Natural Beauty, for those of you who don’t know, Sri Lanka is a cluster of the island, What is the first thing which comes to your mind when we say island?
Beaches, of Couse, that is exactly what Sri Lanka is famous for, People from all around the world come to the country to explore the best beaches in Sri Lanka, The Scenic views of these gorgeous sandy shores are sure to make you want to revisit these beautiful beaches in and around Sri Lanka.
This is the tour which mainly focuses on surfing and you’re going to explore and spend 14 days on a beautiful island known as Ceylon in the past, on this tour we are walking t through the famous beaches and countryside in Sri Lanka in additionally there are many adventures available for you, such as.

Adventures & Sight Seeing
>> Surfing, Paramotoring, Diving, Bicycle Riding, Boat Safari, Snorkeling, Water skiing, windsurfing, Wake boat, Banana boat, Kite Surfing, Safari, Jet-ski riding, Visit the many heritage sites, Bird Watching

We are hoping to give you the very best in the stain Sri Lanka that’s why we have select one of the luxuries and ranked hotels/ villas/ resorts and hostels for your accommodation needs so you can get a memorable experience on this tour.



DAY 01

On the 1st day of the tour, we are visiting Negambo city after arriving at Colombo international airport.

-Move to Hotel or Hostel
-Lunch & Dinner
-1st Night at Negambo.




  • Weather: 22°C to 31°C, Wind E at 8 km/h, 71% Humidity

  • Province: Western Province

  • Town: Negambo

Negombo

Negombo is a modest beach town located just 10km from Bandaranaike International Airport. With a stash of decent hotels and restaurants to suit all pockets, a friendly local community, an interesting old quarter and a reasonable (though somewhat polluted) beach, Negombo is a much easier place to find your Sri Lankan feet than Colombo.
The Dutch captured the town from the Portuguese in 1640, lost it, and then captured it again in 1644. The British then took it from them in 1796 without a struggle. Negombo was one of the most important sources of cinnamon during the Dutch era, and there are still reminders of the European days.
The busy center of Negombo town lies to the west of the bus and train stations. Most places to stay, however, line the main road that heads north from the town center, with the beachside hotel strip starting about 2km north of town.

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When you stay in Negombo, you stay in one of Sri Lanka’s best locations for aquatic adrenaline – thanks to the blue waters of the Negombo Lagoon and the Indian Ocean. From leisurely boat rides and canoeing to fast-paced jet-skiing, water skiing, and windsurfing, we’ve got something for everyone. If you’d like, we can even arrange a ride on the iconic catamarans that line the shores of Negombo. And as a pleasure of the home of Sri Lankan hospitality.

Boat Cruise
Take a memorable boat trip down the Hamilton Canal, originally constructed by the Dutch and later fortified by the British in 1802, being named after Gavin Hamilton, the then Government Agent of Revenue and Commerce. The scenic and interesting journey commence from the popular seaside village of Negombo, aboard well-equipped boats with safety gear and knowledgeable personnel at hand. The first leg of this enjoyable cruise is on the placid waters of the historical Hamilton canal. Tour past the homes of the fisher families situated at the edge of the canal; get a glimpse of the adults at their various chores while little children playfully wave at the passing boats. Head straight for the Negombo Lagoon where the fresh fish market or “Lellama” is situated literally on the lagoon shores. Here one can observe every type of fresh catch - fish, cuttlefish, crabs, lobsters, shrimp, and even shark. You can also be one with nature at the mangroves, the famed Muturajawala Marshes; spot interesting wildlife like monkeys, water monitors, and an abundance of birdlife such as Egrets, Herons Kingfishers, and Cormorants eagerly waiting for their catch of fish. However, the highlight of the tour is the Fishing Village where one observes the fisherfolk preparing their nets for the next catch, see how the boats are launched to sea, the excess catch being washed and sun-dried to be sold as ‘dried fish’ before having a brief chit-chat with the friendly fisherfolk. If it’s an early morning tour watch the catamarans coming in with the ocean’s bounty; an awesome experience that promises some beautiful snapshots. After an exhilarating 2 hour tour, it’s back to Negombo gliding across the beautiful Hamilton canal. This tour promises an authentic boat ride and a great opportunity to experience the Sri Lankan fishing culture, its people, and their lifestyles.

Diving in Negombo
The waters around Negombo offer much better diving than many people imagine and this well-regarded agency can take you to meet the fish at over forty different reef sites.

Water Skiing in Negombo
Feel the wind on your face and the water flowing under your feet as you experience the thrill of learning to water-ski. The waters and its surrounding in Negombo is the ideal location for a safe and secure water skiing experience.

Windsurfing in Negombo
Windsurfing is all about adventure and action molded into one. You can take with you a multitude of thrilling memories from this experience, only with a surfboard and a sail that sails through with the tides soaring through the wind. Being one of the most exhilarating water sports that combine action, strength, and balance, Wind Surfing is not for the faint-hearted but for the ones who would kill for the thrill. It is one of the most loved water sports of enthusiasts.
Itinerary This is a typical itinerary for this product Windsurfing is all about adventure and action molded into one. You can take with you a multitude of thrilling memories from this experience, only with a surfboard and a sail that sails through with the tides soaring through the wind Being one of the most exhilarating water sports that combination, strength, and balance. Wind Surfing is not for the faint-hearted but for the ones who would kill for the thrill. It is one of the most loved water sports of enthusiasts.

DAY 02

On the 2nd day of the tour, we are further enjoying in Negambo city.

-Breakfast
-Lunch & Dinner
-Surfing & Bird watching
-2nd Night at Negambo.




  • Weather: 22°C to 31°C, Wind E at 8 km/h, 71% Humidity

  • Province: Western Province

  • Town: Negambo

Negombo

Negombo is a modest beach town located just 10km from Bandaranaike International Airport. With a stash of decent hotels and restaurants to suit all pockets, a friendly local community, an interesting old quarter and a reasonable (though somewhat polluted) beach, Negombo is a much easier place to find your Sri Lankan feet than Colombo.
The Dutch captured the town from the Portuguese in 1640, lost it, and then captured it again in 1644. The British then took it from them in 1796 without a struggle. Negombo was one of the most important sources of cinnamon during the Dutch era, and there are still reminders of the European days.
The busy center of Negombo town lies to the west of the bus and train stations. Most places to stay, however, line the main road that heads north from the town center, with the beachside hotel strip starting about 2km north of town.

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Bird Watching in Muthurajawela Bird Sanctuary
This tour gives you an exciting experience, complete with bird watching tour in Muthurajawela wetland, one of the main bird watching locations in Sri Lanka There are many varieties of flora and fauna that are interdependent in this coastal ecosystem. The name Muthurajawela has been derived from the Sinhalese language which the majority of Sri Lankans use to communicate. The meaning can be translated into English simply as “Swamp of Royal Treasure”. Treasures of kings in the olden days are believed to be buried in that area. Muthurajawela Marsh is situated towards the southern part of Negombo.
Muthurajawela Wetland and a bird watching tour by boat. Your TukTuk is a very typical form of public transport, part of the everyday street scene. On the TukTuk, you can sit and stretch out, protected from the sun, and rain, and with a great breeze. You will soon arrive at Muturajawela wetland marine sanctuary, famous for its mangroves, saltwater crocodiles, and avifauna. You will take a boat ride through the vast Negombo lagoon. Extending over 6,000 acres and over 29,000, and rumored to provide a home to over 40 species of migratory and 85 indigenous bird species. Mangrove forests that line the footpath are great places to observe birds as well as baby crocodiles and fiddler crabs.

DAY 03

On the 3rd day after breakfast, we will move to Trincomalee.

-Lunch at Habarana on the way to Trincomalee, will be a more eco-friendly place because we are passing through the jungle area.
-Visit Pigeon island
-Dinner
-Night in Trinco




  • Weather: 29°C to 30°C, Wind E at 8 km/h, 72% Humidity

  • Province: Eastern Province

  • Town: Trincomalee

Trincomalee

Trincomalee (Trinco) sits on one of the world’s finest natural harbors. This historic city is old almost beyond reckoning: it’s possibly the site of historic Gokana in the Mahavamsa (Great Chronicle), and its Shiva temple the site of Trikuta Hill in the Hindu text Vayu Purana. Most people just pass through the city on their way to the nearby beaches of Uppuveli and Nilaveli, but the town has some charm, plenty of history, and an interesting mélange of people.
Trincomalee’s superb deep-water port has made it the target for all manner of attacks over the centuries: by the British takeover in 1795, the city had changed colonial hands seven times. It's easy to spend a day or more exploring the ins and outs of the myriad waterfronts and the fort and its famous temple.

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Diving at Trinco
Tourism is being developed. Some of the finest beaches in the world have been re-opened for tourists; the famous Marble beach is near the China bay air Base. The fascinating underwater world gives divers and snorkelers an unforgettable experience.

Kandasamy Kovil
Kandaswamy Kovil is one of Sri Lanka's five recorded Hindu Temples. It is dedicated to Lord Shiva and set up to protect Sri Lanka from normal cataclysms. It situated in Trincomalee, Sri Lanka. It houses the Swayambhu Lingam. It is one of the antiquated places of love for Hindu aficionados. It pulls in the pioneers from the nation over. It is believed to have been a position of love for no less than two centuries.


Fort Frederick
also known as Trincomalee Fort or Fort of Triquillimale, is a fort built by the Portuguese at Trincomalee, Eastern Province, Sri Lanka, completed in 1624 CE, built on Swami Rock-Konamamalai from the debris of the world-famous ancient Hindu Koneswaram temple (Temple of a Thousand Pillars).[1] The temple was destroyed by the Portuguese colonial Constantino de Sá de Noronha under Phillip III, the occupier of the Jaffna kingdom and Malabar country on the island. On the Konamalai cape was also built a new village of Portuguese and Tamil people, 50 Portuguese soldiers, and inside the fort, a church named after "Nossa Senhora de Guadalupe". The Fort of Triquillimale was dismantled and rebuilt by the Dutch in 1665, renamed Fort Fredrick.

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Seruwawila Rajamaha Viharaya
Dutch Bank Café
Maritime & Naval History Museum
Manayaweli Cove
Swami Rock
Marble Beach
Dutch Bay Beach
Fish Market
St Mary’s Cathedral
Buddha Statue
Gokana Temple
Kali Kovila
Pigeon Island National Park

DAY 04

On the 4th day after breakfast, we will move to Trincomalee.

-Enjoy the lunch at Pasikuda beach
Move to Arugambay
-On the way to arugambay visit mudu maha vihara
-Shopping
-Dinner
Night in Arugambay




  • Weather: 29°C to 30°C, Wind E at 8 km/h, 72% Humidity

  • Province: Eastern Province

  • Town: Trincomalee

Paasikkudah

Paasikkudah - historic Tamil translation "Green-Algae-Bay" is a Coastal resort town located 35 kilometers northwest of Batticaloa, Batticaloa District, Sri Lanka. Historically a small Tamil hamlet alongside nearby Kalkudah, it used to be a popular tourist destination, however, suffered huge devastation following the 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami and the Sri Lankan Civil War.[1]
Foreign travel to Pasikudah has recently increased due to growth in investment and development. It is home to the Pasikudah Mariamman temple. Pasikudah is easily accessible from the cities of Trincomalee and Batticaloa.
The nearest airport to Pasikudah is Batticaloa Airport, which has scheduled flights operating from Colombo Bandaranaike Airport.

Arugambay

Arugam Bay known locally as "Arugam Kudah", is a bay situated on the Indian Ocean in the dry zone of Sri Lanka's southeast coast, and a historic settlement of the ancient Batticaloa Territory (Mattakallappu Desam). The bay is located 117 kilometres (73 mi) south of Batticaloa, 320 kilometres (200 mi) due east of Colombo, and approximately 4 kilometres (2.5 mi) south of the market town of Pottuvil. The main settlement in the area, known locally as Ullae, is predominantly Muslim,[1] however there is a significant Sri Lankan Tamil and Sinhala population to the south of the village, as well as a number of international migrants, largely from Europe and Australia. While traditionally fishing has dominated the local economy, tourism has grown rapidly in the area in recent years. Arugam Kudah's literal Tamil translation is "Bay of Cynodon dactylon". Tourism in Arugam Bay is dominated by surf tourism, thanks to several quality breaks in the area; however tourists are also attracted by the local beaches, lagoons, historic temples and the nearby Kumana National Park.

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Windsurfing
Windsurf exist in Arugam bay but not popular around the locals, only some foreigners come to have fun time to time.
Coconut Cultural Park
Just behind the resorts, this attraction is dedicated to the coconut, surely the world's most remarkable plant, and inexorably linked with Sri Lanka (its cultivation is mentioned in the Mahavamsa). You can wander under coconut groves and learn about the coconut palm's many uses timber for housing and shelter, coir rugs and rope, cooking oil and toddy. The coconut ice cream is a treat. And it's not just coconuts: other useful plants such as the papaya get their due, too.

Magul Maha Vihara
Magul Maha Viharaya is an ancient Buddhist temple situated in Lahugala, Ampara District of Sri Lanka. The temple lies on the northern edge of the Lahugala National Park, about 22 km off from Siyambalanduwa town and about 11 km off Pottuvil town. Lahugala has been part of the Kingdom of Ruhuna in ancient Sri Lanka. The ruins of Magul Maha Vihara are one of the major tourist attractions of the Eastern province. This temple is also an archaeologically protected monument of the country.

Kotawehera
Off the A4 between the 308km and 309km posts is Kotawehera, the ruined remains of an ancient brick stupa, which enjoys a magnificent situation upon a hilltop. On a clear day, there are spectacular vistas over forests to the wetlands around Pottuvil Lagoon. It's 11km west of Pottuvil.

Muhudu Maha Vihara
Muhudu Maha Vihara is a Buddhist temple situated at Pottuvil in Ampara District, Eastern province of Sri Lanka, This temple which is situated near a wide beach, has been built over 2000 years ago by King Kavan Tissa of Ruhuna. Currently, the ruins and remains of ancient stupas, Seema Malaka, Avasa Geya and statues can be seen at the site. Important ruins at the temple premises include stone statues of Lord Buddha and two statues of old kings or gods.
This viharaya marks the landing place of Viharamahadevi, daughter of Kelani Tissa, who was destined to become the queen of King Kavan Tissa of the Rohana kingdom. According to the ancient chronicle Rajavaliya, it is stated that in the second century BC after Kelaniya was submerged by the sea due to a natural disaster, Devi the daughter of King of Kelaniya was cast to sea in a Golden Vessel to appease the gods, and washed ashore near the Muhudu Maha Vihara in Pottuwil. Later she became the main consort of king Kavan Tissa of Ruhuna Kingdom, under the name Viharamahadevi.

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DAY 05

On the 5th day after breakfast, we will move to Panama.

-Surfing at Arugambay
-Lunch
-Move to Panama village
-Surf in Panama
-Dinner
-Night in Panama




  • Weather: 32°C, Wind E at 8 km/h, 64% Humidity

  • Province: Eastern Province

  • Town: Ampara

Panama

Panama is a co astal village in the Eastern Province of Sri Lanka, located 126 kilometres (78 mi) south of Batticaloa and 12 km (7.5 mi) south of Arugam Bay. It is the last populated settlement in the southernmost part of the province, within the Ampara District. Kumana Bird Sanctuary and Heritage Park starts southwards from Panama.
Panama was the capital of the Colonial Panamapattuwa of Mattakkalappu Desam. This ancient village can be seen in the historical maps of Portuguese and Dutch as Panao, Panova, and Paneme. Panama's inhabitants are mixed people of Sinhalese and Tamils. Panama is known for its Pattini Cult.
The village's name has been a cause for mix-up by Sri Lanka Post resulting in local mail being wrongly redirected to the Central American nation of Panama and vice versa for international mail.

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Safari in Kumana
This 357-sq-km park, once known as Yala East, is much less frequently visited than its busy neighbor, Yala National Park. Consequently, it's a far less zoo-like experience and it never feels too crowded here, even during high season. Yes, the density of animals is lower, but it’s not rare to spot a leopard, along with elephants, crocodiles, turtles, white cobras, wild buffalo, and tons of birds. About a dozen bears live in the park, but they’re rarely seen.
There are modest exhibits at the ticket office near the park entrance. The park’s best-known feature is the 200-hectare Kumana bird reserve, an ornithological rich mangrove swamp 22km beyond Okanda. May to June is nesting season. There have been sightings of Sri Lanka’s very rare black-necked stork, but more commonly spotted, even outside the bird reserve, are Malabar pied hornbills, green bee-eaters, blade-headed orioles, and painted storks, among others. Watchtowers provide a terrific perspective for birdwatchers. Visitors regularly report seeing dozens of peacocks here.

Lagoon safari in Panama
Tour the local mangroves by slow boat and experience up close the great diversity of life below the water, on the marshes, and in the sky. New floating boats (with ungainly seats) will take you on three-hour wildlife-watching journeys.

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DAY 06

On the 6th day after breakfast, we will move to Okanda surfing.

-Surfing in okada
-Back to Panama village by noon
-Lunch
-Go to elephant rock in Panama watch the sunset from the top of the rock and walk back to the hotel
-Dinner
-2nd Night in Panama




  • Weather: 31°C, Wind NE at 10 km/h, 67% Humidity

  • Province: Eastern Province

  • Town: Ampara

Okanda

Okanda is a small hamlet on the eastern coast of Sri Lanka within the Ampara District. It is known for its shrine dedicated to Hindu deity Murugan known as Ukanthamalai Murugan Kovil and for surfing. Pilgrims from the Eastern Province and the Northern Province stopover at the Okanda Murugan temple on their Murugan Pada Yatra voyage to Kataragama temple in the Southern part of the island.

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-Surfing in okada
-Go to elephant rock in Panama watch the sunset from the top of the rock and walk back to the hotel

DAY 07

On the 7th day after breakfast, we will move to Tangalle.

-Lunch on the way
-Rekawa Lagoon Canoeing
-Dinner
-Rekawa Turtle Watch
-Night in Tangalle




  • Weather: 28°C, Wind E at 13 km/h, 81% Humidity

  • Province: Southern Province

  • Town: Hambanthota

Tangalle

Tangalle is a large town in Hambantota District, Southern Province, Sri Lanka, governed by an Urban Council. It is one of the largest towns in the southern province. It is located 195 km (121 mi) south of Colombo and 35 km (22 mi) east of Matara. It has a mild climate, in comparison to the rest of the district, and sandy beaches.
Tangalle is a regionally important fishing port, situated on one of the largest bays in Sri Lanka, which is protected from the ocean by an enclosing reef. It is a center of tourism and a popular holiday destination on the south coast. In the town center, there is an Old Dutch fort which is used as a prison today. The Dutch and subsequently the British used Tangalle as an important anchorage on the southern coast of the island. The Dutch Fort, Rest House, and Court House are a few remaining examples of Dutch architecture in Tangalle.

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Kalametiya Bird Sanctuary
Kalametiya is a coastal wetland area that has an especially rich bio-diversity and is situated on the picturesque southeastern coast of Sri Lanka, in the district of Hambantota. It, along with Rekawa and Ussangoda, forms an area known as “Ruk,” a coastal belt of the land of outstanding beauty littered with numerous bays, coves, lagoons, rocky outcrops, and sandy beaches, stretching from approximately Tangalle to Hambantota.

Mulkirigala Raja Maha Viharaya
Mulgirigala Raja Maha Vihara is an ancient Buddhist temple in Mulkirigala, Sri Lanka. It has been built on a 205 m (673 ft) high natural rock, surrounded by another four rocks known as Bengala, Kondagala, Bisogala, and Seelawathiegala. The temple site is located about 2 km (1.2 mi) from the Mulkirigala junction and can be reached from either Dikwella or Tangalle towns. The temple has been formally recognized by the Government as an archaeological site in Sri Lanka. The designation was declared on 8 April 1988 under the government Gazette number 501.


Lagoon Canoeing
The lagoon in Tangalle is sort of a mangrove swamp that is home to several types of birds but also water monitors and monkeys. It was a really nice kayak tour and quite powerful to see water monitors, some as large as small crocodiles, resting on the shores or swimming in the water.


Turtle watch
**Important: you have to wait till 8.00 pm to see the turtles

Five species of turtles struggle ashore to lay their eggs on Rekawa Beach. Groups are led to nest sites to witness these beautiful creatures. Unfortunately, as groups are sometimes huge (up to 100 people; weekends are busiest), some nights the commotion can be deeply disturbing for the turtles. Turtles nest here all year round, but the main season is April to July. The rarest turtles to sight are the giant leatherbacks. The company uses certified guides and spotters; note that torches and flash photography are prohibited.

DAY 08

On the 8th day after breakfast, we will surf at Tangalle and move to Mirissa.

-Surf in Tangalle
-Travel to Mirissa
-On the way stop one of beach Hirikatiya beach /Talalla/ SK Town Beach
-Lunch
-Dinner
-Surf in Mirissa
-Night in Mirissa




  • Weather : 28°C, Wind E at 13 km/h, 81% Humidity

  • Province: Southern Province

  • Town: Matara

Mirissa

Mirissa is a small town on the south coast of Sri Lanka, located in the Matara District of the Southern Province. It is approximately 150 kilometers (93 mi) south of Colombo and is situated at an elevation of 4 meters (13 ft) above sea level. Mirissa's beach and nightlife make it a popular tourist destination. It is also a fishing port and one of the island's main whale and dolphin watching locations.

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Visit Hiriketiya
Hiriketiya is fringed by tropical forest and lapped by surging surf; this tiny horseshoe-shaped cove is fast becoming one of Sri Lanka's coolest beaches. For now, it's still somewhat off the radar and draws an in-the-know crowd of independent travelers and ex-pats. Hiriketiya's appeal is easy to understand: it's tucked well away from the highway traffic that curses many southern Sri Lankan beaches and there are no looming concrete hotels, only a handful of low-key guesthouses, for now.

Visit Thalalla
Talalla is Strongly contesting the award for Sri Lanka's most beautiful beach, Talalla is an utterly sublime curve of sand that's been only very lightly touched by tourism. Indeed as you walk the idyllic kilometer-long shoreline, virtually the only artificial features you'll encounter are small fishing boats. Nature feels very close here at the idyllic western end of the beach, where patches of tropical forest are home to swinging monkeys and snoozing iguanas.

Visit SK Town
SK Town is Just south past Matara, it's a signposted turning to SK. Town, A quiet village is away from the main A2 road and it’s a safe sandy beach break (Lakshawaththa Beach), perfect for beginners only less crowded and a bit cleaner than other places, plenty of guest houses and hotels in the village.

DAY 09

On the 9th day early morning, we will move to whale watching in Mirissa.

-Early morning leave for whales
watching
-Breakfast at sea
-Back by noon relax in Mirissa
-Lunch
-In the evening you can enjoy good vibes
-Dinner
-2nd Night in Mirissa




  • Weather : 28°C, Wind E at 13 km/h, 81% Humidity

  • Province: Southern Province

  • Town: Matara

Mirissa

Mirissa is a small town on the south coast of Sri Lanka, located in the Matara District of the Southern Province. It is approximately 150 kilometers (93 mi) south of Colombo and is situated at an elevation of 4 meters (13 ft) above sea level. Mirissa's beach and nightlife make it a popular tourist destination. It is also a fishing port and one of the island's main whale and dolphin watching locations.

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Whale watching
Whale watching remains a year-round leisure activity in Sri Lanka. These charming giants in the deep blue waters come under the category of marine mammals. Whales live merely in salty waters where it is believed to help the whales to recover rapidly from injuries and be resistant towards sicknesses. Mirissa, especially the Dondra point is a remarkable location to spot several species of whales such as the Blue Whale, Bryde’s Whale, Fin Whale, and the Sperm Whale. In addition to these marvelous Whales, you would also spot the adorable and intelligent Dolphins. The Bottle-nosed Dolphin, Spinner Dolphin, Risso’s Dolphin & even the Stripped Dolphin could be seen in Mirissa. The best season to watch whales in Mirissa is from November to April. During this time period, the ocean remains calm and warm, providing the most perfect environment to watch Whales and Dolphins in closer proximity.

Nightlife and party vibe
Several places on the main beach rev up the sounds as the evening progresses, and in high season things can get very lively with hands-in-the-air dance action and party people grooving on the beach.
One of the coolest beach hang-outs offers a cosmopolitan ambiance thanks to well-selected lounge tunes. Later on, expect live music or a DJ, dancing in the sand, and a party vibe.

DAY 10

On the 10th day after breakfast, we will move to Unawatuna.

-Surf in Unawatuna
-Snorkeling tour
-Chill out at the beach
-Lunch
-Visit peace pagoda
-jungle beach for sunset
-Dinner
-Night in Unawatuna




  • Weather : 27°C, Wind E at 11 km/h, 84% Humidity

  • Province: Southern Province

  • Town: Galle

Unawatuna

Unawatuna is a coastal town in the Galle district of Sri Lanka. Unawatuna is a major tourist attraction in Sri Lanka and known for its beach and corals. It is a suburb of Galle, about 5 kilometers (3.1 mi) southeast of the city center and approximately 108 kilometers (67 mi) south of Colombo. Unawatuna is situated at an elevation of 5 meters (16 ft) above sea level. Despite significant development in the last decade, it is still home to the endangered and endemic purple-faced langur, a usually shy monkey species that can only be found in Sri Lanka's forests. The remnant population in Unawatuna needs to be recognized and the remaining forest cover should be protected to preserve this beautiful creature. This will in turn provide unique opportunities for eco-tourism that will benefit all local communities and stakeholders as well as the environment and ecology.

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Glass bottom boat ride
Discover Unawatuna colorful Marine Park without getting wet and learn about it, and the different species of fish and coral.
Listen to the expert crew’s narration on underwater life as you pass over colorful reefs in the marine park.

Diving
Unawatuna beach has been rated one of the best beaches in the world, and its underwater world is no less marvelous.

Jet Ski ride
An adventurous Jet Ski ride on Unawatuna's stunning beach area will make a tremendous experience for your holidays. Guests can get a natural lush blended thrilling experience with the sea breeze.

Herbal treatment and massage
While enjoying your tropical holiday at an amazing beach on the southern coast of Sri Lanka, sink into a relaxing treatment at our stylish spa. Surrender yourself to the capable hands of our spa professionals, who will ensure a complete experience of calm and blissful relaxation. Choose from our wide selection of exquisite skin-softening treatments, invigorating facials, beauty therapies, and rejuvenating massages.
Ayurveda means the wisdom of life. It is a 5,000-year-old science and healing system that teaches you how to choose food, herbs, bodywork, and healing practices for your body and personality type, allowing you to take charge of your health and energy system.

Snorkeling
The seas off Sri Lanka can sometimes be challenging, often making it difficult to pick the best and safest snorkeling spots. Eliminate the worry by booking this small-group snorkeling session in Unawatuna. Ideal for beginners and anyone eager to experience the island’s underwater world, you’ll visit one of Unawatuna’s most colorful snorkeling haunts to experience reefs, fish, and other marine life. Instructions and equipment are provided for a hassle-free experience.

DAY 11

On the 11th day after breakfast off to Galle fort.

-Lunch in Galle fort
-Shopping and explore the fish and vegetable market in Galle
-Visit Low Country tea estate and factory
-Leave to Hikkaduwa
-Dinner
-Night in Hikkaduwa




  • Weather: 27°C, Wind E at 11 km/h, 84% Humidity

  • Province: Southern Province

  • Town: Galle

Galle

Galle is a jewel. A Unesco World Heritage Site, this historic city is a delight to explore on foot, an endlessly exotic old trading port blessed with imposing Dutch-colonial buildings, ancient mosques, and churches, grand mansions, and museums. Wandering its rambling lanes you'll pass stylish cafes, quirky boutiques, and impeccably restored hotels owned by local and foreign artists, writers, photographers, and designers.
Built by the Dutch, beginning in 1663, Galle's core is the Fort, a walled enclave surrounded on three sides by the ocean. A key part of the Fort’s appeal is that it isn’t just a pretty place. Sure, tourism now dominates the local economy, but this unique city remains a working community: there are administrative offices and courts, export companies, schools, and colleges.
Most travelers are utterly seduced by Galle's ambiance, and it's undoubtedly southern Sri Lanka's one unmissable sight.

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Galle Fort
The Bay of Galle on the southwest coast of Sri Lanka was built first in 1588 by the Portuguese, and then extensively fortified by the Dutch during the 17th century from 1649 onwards. It is a historical, archaeological, and architectural heritage monument, which even after more than 423 years maintains a polished appearance, due to extensive reconstruction work done by the Archaeological Department of Sri Lanka.
The fort has a colorful history, and today has a multi-ethnic and multi-religious population. The Sri Lankan government and many Dutch people who still own some of the properties inside the fort are looking at making this one of the modern wonders of the world. The heritage value of the fort has been recognized by UNESCO and the site has been inscribed as a cultural heritage UNESCO World Heritage Site under criteria iv, for its unique exposition of "an urban ensemble which illustrates the interaction of European architecture and South Asian traditions from the 16th to the 19th centuries.
The Galle Fort, also known as the Dutch Fort or the "Ramparts of Galle", withstood the Boxing Day tsunami which damaged part of the coastal area of Galle town. It has been since restored.

Explore fish and vegetable market in Galle
If you ever felt like visiting Sri Lanka's market and get the experience and see how the local people buy food for their day-to-day living this tour is the one for you. Visit Galle Vegetable and Fish Market situated in the city center in here you can witness fresh fish catch from the nearby sea like fish, cuttlefish, crabs, lobsters, shrimp, and even shark witness how local people buy fish to their daily dishes.
Next stop the vegetable market where vegetables of different shapes, sizes and colors, most native to Sri Lanka like the Banana Blossom, Breadfruit, Jak, Egg Plant, Drumsticks and Snake Gourd, a wide range of exotic fruits, along with plenty of native greens, herbs, spices all enticingly laid out in rows. Remember to talk to the vendors if you want to know more about the product and learn the rule of thumb in choosing ‘just the right’ fruit or vegetable. Walk along with the market filled with local people and vendors shouting out to bring more customers to their vending place.

Additional activities
-Visit Low Country tea estate and factory.
-Explore Country Side Of Galle By Cycles.
-Cook Sri Lankan Meal With A Local Family In Galle
-Boat ride in the river

DAY 12

On the 12th day after breakfast after breakfast off for surfing.

-Lunch
-Visit Cinnamon Factory or Moonstone Mines
-Visit Low Country tea estate and factory
-Leave to Bentota
-Visit turtle farm
-Dinner
-Night in Bentota




  • Weather: 27°C, Wind E at 11 km/h, 84% Humidity

  • Province: Southern Province

  • Town: Galle

Hikkaduwa

Hikkaduwa is a seaside resort town in southwestern Sri Lanka. It’s known for its strong surf and beaches, including palm-dotted Hikkaduwa Beach, lined with restaurants and bars. The shallow waters opposite Hikkaduwa Beach shelter the Hikkaduwa National Park, which is a coral sanctuary and home to marine turtles and exotic fish. Inland, Gangarama Maha Vihara is a Buddhist temple decorated with hand-painted murals.

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Visit Cinnamon Factory
The Cinnamon Experience is a unique and informative journey through the urbanity of a cinnamon plantation. We explain the secrets about the history of true cinnamon, the maintenance, the medical benefits, and other important facts about cinnamon while you get an experience about the harvesting process and the typical village life by yourself. Enjoy the Peacocks that regularly visit Villa Mayurana and dream of the Kings of the past, the Cinnamon wars, and sinking Cinnamon ships of yonder. Fill your day with the memories of the legendary Cinnamon making experience.

Seenigama Vihara
About 2km north of Hikkaduwa is the Seenigama Vihara, perched on its own island. It’s one of only two temples in the country where victims of theft can seek retribution. People who have been robbed visit the temple and buy specially prepared oil made with chili and pepper. With the oil, they light a lamp in their homes and recite a mantra. Sooner or later the thief will be identified when they’re struck down with misfortune.

Hikkaduwa coral gardens
Hikkaduwa National Park is one of the three marine national parks in Sri Lanka. The national park contains a fringing coral reef with a high degree of biodiversity. The area was declared a wildlife sanctuary on May 18, 1979, and then on August 14, 1988, upgraded to a nature reserve with an extended land area. The growth of the number of visitors in the next 25 years increased the degradation of the coral reef. To reduce the effects on the ecosystem, the reef was declared a national park on September 19, 2002.

Additional activities
-Visit Moonstone Mines
-Visit Turtle farm
-Diving
-Other water sports
-24/7 party sense

DAY 13

On the 13th-day special boat safari at Madu River.

-Lunch
-Madu Ganga boat safari
-Dinner
-2nd Night in Bentota




  • Weather: 27°C, Wind SE at 11 km/h, 86% Humidity

  • Province: Southern Province

  • Town: Galle

Bentota

Bentota is a coastal town in Sri Lanka, located in the Galle District of the Southern Province, governed by an Urban Council. It is approximately 65 kilometers (40 mi) south of Colombo and 56 kilometers (35 mi) north of Galle. Bentota is situated on the southern bank of the Bentota River mouth, at an elevation of 3 meters (9.8 ft.) above sea level. The name of the town is derived from a mythical story that claims a demon named 'Bem' ruled the tota or river bank.

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Madu Ganga boat safari
Madu River is a wetland, near the Smalltown "Balapitiya" along the Colombo Galle highway. This is the point where the Estuary of the Madu River. The river flows through a terrain where it creates a large number of islands, and the ecosystem creates a beautiful wetland.


Banana boat & Tube rides
A banana boat (or water sled), is an unpowered, inflatable recreational boat meant to be towed. Different models usually accommodate three to ten riders sitting on a larger, main tube and resting their feet on two laterally flanking tubes which stabilize the boat. The main tube is often yellow and banana-shaped. Some models have two main tubes.

Paramotoring tour
Paramotoring is the newest and latest development in ultra-light foot-launched air sports in Sri Lanka. This is an exhilarating yet simple way to aviate, also being the easiest powered aircraft, you can learn to fly.
With a paramotor, the flight can be extended for as long as your fuel lasts! A paramotor is a fair-weather machine and flying in strong or gusty winds or other bad weather conditions is not recommended. On a mild weather day, you can step into the flight, gain altitude, and cover incredible distances with your paramotor.
Climb away from the ground to a couple of thousand feet, switch the motor off, and enjoy the glide. You will be thrilled to fly over the scenic landscapes and azure beaches down south. With minimal training by aviation standards, you can enjoy the incredible experience of flying anytime the weather is calm with our experienced pilot. Enjoy the lush landscapes of Bentota by air!

Seaplane tour
We offer the unforgettable opportunity to witness Sri Lanka's extreme natural contrasts from new heights. If you want to gets a glimpse of the breathtaking view of Sri Lanka.

Additional Activities
-Wind Surfing
-Jet Ski
-Water Skiing
-Kite surfing

DAY 14

On the 14th-day move to Negambo.

-Shopping in Negambo
-Lunch
-Relax and good sleep in Negombo
-Leave to CMB




  • Weather: 26°C, Wind NE at 5 km/h, 91% Humidity

  • Province: Western Province

  • Town: Negombo

Negombo

Negombo is a city on the west coast of Sri Lanka, north of the capital, Colombo. Near the waterfront, the remains of the 17th-century Dutch Fort now house a prison. Negombo Lagoon, lined with fishermen’s huts, feeds into the Dutch-era Hamilton Canal. The canal leads south to Colombo. Neoclassical St. Mary’s Church, completed in the 1920s, features a ceiling decorated with vivid religious paintings.

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-Shopping in Negombo town.
-Relaxing until the flight.
-Keep Memories and Say Bye.

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