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SURFING

SURFING

There are waves from 3ft to 10ft, hikkaduwa is the best place surf in Sri Lanka. Because it also attracts non-surfers, this fishing village has a comprehensive and well-developed tourist infrastructure, such as a bewildering number of GUESTHOUSES – including many situated on the beachfront – and a cosmopolitan array of estaurants and cafes. Being...

NARIGAMA BEACH

NARIGAMA BEACH

Sri Lankas one of the most beautiful, enchantment city is Hikkaduwa and is the island’s most developed beach resort. It has a range of accommodation, good restaurants and pleasant cafe-lined beaches .Hikkaduwa is surrounded lot of natural resourses and her beauty has attracted so many local and foreign visitors throught the year...

SINIGAMA DEVALAYA

SINIGAMA DEVALAYA

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 a specially prepared oil made with chilli and pepper. With the oil they light a...

CORAL SANCTUARY

CORAL SANCTUARY

Hikkaduwa’s overexploited ‘coral sanctuary’ stretches out from the string of ‘Coral’ HOTELS AT the north end of the strip to a group of rocks a couple of hundred metres offshore. You can swim out to the rocks from the Coral Gardens Hotel, where the reef runs straight out from the shore. The water over the...

DIVING IN SRI LANKA

DIVING IN SRI LANKA

The southern town of Hikkaduwa is well known for its beaches, warm people and sumptuous cuisine which was account into a major tourist draw throughout decades. However short distance from the Hikkaduwa beach is home to a collection of tiny islets surrounded by breathtaking coral formations, which are inhabited by countless colourful coral fish, lobsters...

MADU RIVER SAFARI

MADU RIVER SAFARI

Madu River is one of the natures fascinating creations off South West coast in Balapitiya. Madu Ganga is a lagoon with hundreds of islands providing an idyllic setting for a well spent holiday and loads of authentic traditional settings. It may be one of the last remaining tracts of pristine mangrove forests in Sri Lanka.

GALLE FORT

GALLE FORT

Galle Fort, in the Bay of Galle on the southwest coast of Sri Lanka, was built first in 1588 by the Portuguese, 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.

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