Sun & sea

The beaches of the Island are some of the best in the world and have a temperature of about 27°C.


The South Coast beaches where the final stop would be on a Round Tour of Sri Lanka will offer much of a golden sandy beach with activities such as snorkeling, sea bathing, sun bathing and other water sports and leisure with mouthwatering seafood to tease your taste buds. There will also be entertainment in the form of music, dancing and magic shows at the Beach Resorts. There are sunkissed beaches from Kalutara to Koggala passing through Beruwela, Bentota, Induruwa, Hikkaduwa, Dikwalla,Mirissa and Tangalle that will afford much of the above. While at the South Coast, we could arrange for you to visit the seafood market, buy seafood of your choice and prepare your barbecue on the beach.


Splendid beaches, many star class hotels and a fishing harbor that supply lot of fresh fish for you pleasure!! Beruwela on Sri Lanka’s West Coast maintained its small fishing village charm despite being next to the major beach resorts of Bentota and Aluthgama.See the fresh catch brought by the colorful fishing boats early in the more »


Kalutara itself divides into Mahawaskaduwa (Kalutata North) where the beach is more scenic. Right down to Katukurunda (Kalutata South) it’s one of the west coast’s largest settlements, but the long stretch of beach north of town remains reasonably unspoil, dotted with a string of top-end hotels, which make a decent first or last stop on more »


Facing the Indian Ocean, a tropical lagoon and a major river Bentota offers water sports possibilities nowhere else to be found. Apart from swimming, bodysurfing or diving in the sea, you can jet ski, windsurf, parasail or enjoy a romantic river safari on the river and lagoon. Being one of the most established beach resorts more »


If someone wants to be in quiet and private ambience Induruwa beach is the place! See hotels in Induruwa *


Ahungalle is famous for its golden beaches and superb 5* hotels .Beach is in golden color and sea is sky blue. It’s also famous for the sea turtle conservation project operated by the Wild Life Protection Society of Sri Lanka. It was established in 1988 to protect Sri Lanka’s turtles from via di extinction. Since more »


In the early 1960, Hikkaduwa started its change from a small fishing village into one of Sri Lanka’s international holiday destination. Today backpackers, travelers and package tourist alike favor the beach party atmosphere of Hikkaduwa created by the surfing & diving scene. Beautiful white sand beaches, colorful coral reefs and excellent surf are attracting people more »


Unawatuna is a beautiful and quiet beach resort just 5 km south of Galle. While Unawatuna suffered heavily, in the Tsunami of 2004 it was rebuild quickly and the hotels and guesthouses are open again for all travelers in search of an uncrowded, authentic Sri Lankan beach resort. The name Unawatuna derives its name from more »


If you want be in where you want be on your own isle Koggala ia the place. Great tranquility, splendid beaches, great hotels, lagoons and some km to the landside you can go for bird watching. “Fortress” One of the best and luxurious hotels in Srilanka situated in Koggala .Koggala also known as the birthplace more »


Mirissa and its breathtaking sandy beach pretty much transform your dreams and visions of a tropical paradise into an everyday reality. Located close to the Southern tip of the Island of Sri Lanka and only about 200 km from the Equator, this secluded crescent shaped beach is the perfect place to sit back, relax and more »


Dikwella (Dickwella) is a charming little village on Sri Lanka’s scenic South Coast. Still undiscovered by mass tourism, the beautiful beaches and the calm tropical life-style attract surfers and travelers from all over the world. Dikwella is as close as you can get to the authentic Southern Sri Lankan village life. Shady coconut plantations, picturesque more »
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