Attractions Sri Lanka

Attractions Sri Lanka

Attractions Sri Lanka

Attractions Sri Lanka

Attractions Sri Lanka

Attractions Sri Lanka

Attractions Sri Lanka

Attractions Sri Lanka

Attractions Sri Lanka

Attractions Sri Lanka


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Attractions Sri Lanka



Sri Lanka is a paradise of unlimited sun, sea, sand and surf all year round. Sri Lanka is never out of season for a beach holiday. There is always some part of the beach that has friendly and warm waters.


The beach, coral reefs, river and ecology makes a water sports paradise. Bentota beach is one of the best beaches in the west coast, which has he added advantage of the Bentota river. Both the beach & the river is ideal for water sports.




Ancient Sea farers of Arabia used this natural bay. 56 km south of Colombo, Beruwela marks the beginning of a 130 km. stretch of beach where resort development has taken immense strides in the past few years. Good bathing may be had in the bay all year round.




Closest Beach to the Airport. Negombo boasts of Sri Lanka's first beach resort. The beach north of the town is a narrow & long. There are plenty of beachside restaurants & hotels for reasonable fees, and many a traveler make Negombo their last stop in Sri Lanka before flying out as it is the closest beach to the Air port.



Mount Lavinia

Closest beach to Colombo and has a colonial touch in the surroundings. Just 12 km. south of Colombo, Mount Lavinia is an immediate city suburb and the beach is one of the better known even in colonial times. It lies alongside a wind swept headland jutting into the waters of the Indian Ocean. The sand is the softest and the waves calm and clear. The Governor's House built in 1805 by Sir Thomas Maitland, now forms part of the famous Mount Lavinia Hotel.




A great Beach and River with water sports and adventure facilities. 42 km south of Colombo Kalutara is famous for it beach as well as for the Kalutara bodiya.




A fine beach in down south with lots of star grade, award winning luxurious hotels in the beach with super luxury facilities and service.




Kosgoda Beach is truly gorgeous. Beautiful, warm water and a cooling breeze coming off the sea. In kosgoda beach, at nights sea turtles can often be seen coming onto the beach to lay their eggs.



An important ecological mangrove environment and mask dancing makes Ambalangoda a special beach city. A half hour's drive from Bentota is Ambalangoda, home of devil dancing and mask making. The streets are lined with mask shops & a variety of masks and antique masks are available.




A beach with entertaining night life and Scuba Diving 98 km. south of Colombo, Hikkaduwa is the place for underwater delight. Site of the famed coral gardens; hire a glass bottomed boat or goggles and flippers and explore the fantasies under your feet.




A world heritage city with a fine Dutch Fort. 116 km. south of Colombo, is the most important southern town with an old-world charm. Believed to be the 'Tar shish' of the Bible, its natural harbor was a famous fort in days gone by. Famous for its Dutch fort, lace making, ebony carving and gem polishing.




One of best best places in Sri Lanka with Scuba Diving Locations. About 5 km south of Galle is the golden beach of Unawatuna. It is also one of the safest beaches in Sri Lanka as it is protected by a reef. Surfing, snorkeling & diving are some of the water sports you can participate here. All the equipment you need can be rented from many a beachfront place.




A fishing town and a great place to relax. Mirissa is situated about 4km southwest of Weligama. A small town, a fishing harbor together with a beautiful beach makes it something special. It is a peaceful beach with crystal clear waters which is ideal for snorkeling.




A great beach in down south where you can see stilt fishing Koggala is famous because it is the home of great Sri Lankan novelist, Martin Wikramasinghe. The stretch form Koggala to Weligama is famous for its "stilt fishing".




A fine location for a relaxing beach holiday. 27 km. from Galle with its picturesque bay, and an off shore islet where a French Count built his dream house, Weligama is where you will see the famous stilt fishermen.




A great beach city with a star shaped Dutch fort. Exactly 100 miles (161km) from Colombo lies Matara, another old fort town built around the Nilaweli river. Matara Fort was erected by the Dutch around 17th centaury. In 1761 the Dutch commander constructed the little star fort, after the attack by the Kandyan army.




A fishery harbor town with scuba diving and a long beach
Situated 195 km from Colombo, this is the ideal location to soak up the sun. The Tangalle rest house is one of the oldest in the country, which was built by the Dutch in 1774. Turtle watching can be done at Rekawewa.




A great fishery harbor and a beach with wild life around.
237km from Colombo, with some magnificent beaches, this is the closest to the Bundala National Park. It is also famous as the home of Leonard Wolf the author of the famous book 'A Village in the jungle'. You can also find salt making pans in this area.




The eastern beach city has one of best natural harbors in the world. 257 km. from Colombo, Trincomalee is the ideal refuge for the beach addict, with its fine natural harbor and excellent beaches.




A great long wide beach with great Scuba diving location.
One of the finest beaches in the country. The white sands of beach & the clear waters is a forte here. The beach stretches about 6km up to Uppuweli. Pigeon island is a famous place for snorkeling & diving.



Arugam Bay

This eastern bay is great for surfing and Scuba Diving.
314 km. from Colombo, a most beautiful bay with good surfing. The East coast offers infinite possibilities for all kinds of water sports and underwater photography. The many shipwrecks of the coast are a tempting challenge to the diver.



A fine beach in the east coast. The curved Passekudah bay is more compact but still impressively vast. The reef turns the bay in to a calm, blue shallow swimming area.



A finest beach in east coast on the way to Batticaloa
32 km. from Batticaloa, Kalkudah, with its clear calm reef protected sea is ideal for bathing. Passekudah, close by, has a fine bay with clear waters. A popular tourist center with a modern hotel and other facilities.



One of Sri Lanka's largest lagoons and beaches in the east coast. 314 km. from Colombo, Batticaloa is famous for its 'singing' fish and picturesque lagoon. Batticoloa became the first Dutch foothold in the island in 1602.




Less famous but a great scuba diving location with a lagoon. Sri Lanka's largest reef, easily accessible from the Puttalam district town of KALPITIYA, spanning an impressive 3 nautical miles in length and 1 nautical mile in breadth.




The lagoon and Beach in this town with a Dutch Fort. Sunset is a lovely sight for anyone in this part of the costal area.




This is a calm and quite beach for a relaxing beach holiday.



Anuradhapura: Anuradhapura,is one of the ancient capitals of Sri Lanka, world famous for its well preserved ruins of the Great Sri Lankan Civilization.  The city now a UNESCO heritage site, lies 205 km north of the current capital Colombo in the North Central Province of Sri Lanka.

Polonnaruwa: The second most ancient of Sri Lanka's kingdoms, Polonnaruwa was first declared the capital city by King Vijayabahu I, who defeated the Chola invaders in 1070 CE to reunite the country once more under a local leader.

Kandy: Kandy is the English name for the city of Maha Nuvara (Senkadagalapura) in the centre of Sri Lanka. It is the capital of the Central Province and Mahanuvara District. It lies in the midst of hills in the Kandy Valley which crosses an area of tropical plantations, mainly tea.

Nuwara Eliya: The town was founded by Samuel Baker as a hill retreat for the British during the colonial era, where typical English pastimes including fox hunting, polo and cricket were played. Many of the buildings retain features from the colonial period, and even new hotels are often built and furnished in the colonial style.

Galle: Galle is a town situated on the southwestern tip of Sri Lanka, 119 km from Colombo. Galle was known as Gimhathiththa (although Ibn Batuta in the 14th century refers to it as Qali) before the arrival of the Portuguese in the 16th century, when it was the main port on the island.



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Sri Lanka has strived to provide sanctuary and protection to it's beautiful wildlife. There are many wild life reserves, nature parks and sanctuaries established throughout and extremely popular with local and overseas visitors.





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