Things to do in Sri Lanka

Whale Watching

The Whale Watching in Sri Lanka is famous in the South West Coast. With the warm southwest breeze blowing and the bright blue ocean unfurling below, you depart on a 06 hours journeny of Whale Watching and at one area The ever smiling and mischievous Dolphins will add some attractions before you witness the oldest and largest sea creatures, the Blu Whales and the Humpback whales.

Sailing in Sri Lanka

A land like no other’ – Sri Lanka is rich with tropical landscape, chilly highlands, historical architectural masterpieces, manmade lakes and a rich culture. Surrounded by the magnificent and picturesque Indian Ocean, the country offers visitors the complete island experience right throughout.

Hikkaduwa Boat Ride

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.

Madu Ganga River Safari

In the Southern region of Sri Lanka lies the Galle district. Balpitiya is a little town in the district and would be quite unimportant; except for the location of a river. The Madu River is very rich in biodivesity. It passes through the wet zone of Sri Lanka opening up into the large Madu Lagoon on its way to the Indian Ocean.

Snorkeling in Sri Lanka

Hikkaduwa is a pretty little town of the sun and waves, on the southern end of Sri Lanka. The place is renowned for its coral reefs, beautiful beaches and surfable waves. The coral reefs also mean that lots of colorful sealife live in the shallows supported by the coral organisms, the polyps. Sri Lanka’s only marine sanctuary is located in Hikkaduwa.