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Stop At: Bentota Beach, Bentota 80500 Sri Lanka
Water Sports | Kayak | Snorkeling | Scuba
Bentota is the popular golden sandy beach in Sri Lanka and especially stunning sunset under the palm trees shade which is a heaven at the Indian Ocean where most popular and well known destination in Sri Lanka for world travelers due to well organized hospitality platform of hotel chains and specialized services. It’s a River, Lagoon & Beach combination that the Ben River meets the ocean and the estuary creates a long sandy coastal bank which makes a paradise for beach lovers. Water Sports, Sea Excursions, Boat Trips, Sea Foods and Countryside Sightseeing are major bucket list and also popular destination for Traditional SPA Indulgence & Wellness programs.
Duration: 2 hours
Stop At: Kosgoda Sea Turtle Conservation Project, 13A Galle Road, Kosgoda 80570 Sri Lanka
Sightseeing | Release the Baby Turtle to Sea | Educational Program
Sea Turtles have been referred as one of the most fascinated animals in the world and that evolve since late Jurassic period and habitat in the sea as well beach dunes. Matured female sea turtles migrate to land (Beach) for lay their eggs and typical clutch contains 50 to 350 eggs averagely and then they return to ocean. These soft shelled eggs are deep in 20cm to 40cm circular holes in the sand and eggs will incubate for 50–60 days and then baby sea turtles break free of the egg shell dig through the sand and crawl into their sea home. In Sri Lanka, sea turtles are conserved due to many reasons as protect them from many natural predators and the humans as well. South west coast is a most popular home for many different sea turtles species and Kosgoda in one of major places among them. There are lot of volunteering missions are involving for conservation projects under license of National Wildlife Conservation of Sri Lanka and you may engage in volunteering for protection projects or contribute your participation in different ways.
Duration: 1 hour
Stop At: Madu Ganga Biodiversity Area, Balapitiya Sri Lanka
Boat Safari | Fish Doctor | Cinnamon Island Visit
River Maadu (Madu Ganga) accredited RAMSAR Protected Wetland Conservation (2003) situated southern coastal inland which a Mangrove Lagoon where flow to the Indian Ocean with small creek and estuary. Maadu Ganga is beautiful backwater marsh that surrounded by Mangrove Forest and lively home for 300 species which 19are endemic also 111 bird species, 50 kinds of Butterflies and 25 kinds of mollusks within wet-zone wildlife. Excursion to Madu Eco System is very popular among both locals & foreigners as a must do activity in Sri Lanka, cruising from the Private Pears at Balapitiya. The river safari is consisting to deep in the wetland corners to see the surround and Islands also moving through thick mangrove canopies and experiencing typical lifestyle of island’s villages. The Fish Doctor Therapy, Cinnamon Island Trails, Island Village of Temple, Long Foot Bridge, Bird Watching, Filming, Professional Photo Shooting and River Bank Village Exploring are featured on this amazing Boat Trip.
Duration: 1 hour
Stop At: Galle Fort, Church Street, Galle 80000 Sri Lanka
Sightseeing | Swimming at Lighthouse | Have Curd at Sunset
Once upon a time it was the home for Portuguese whom unexpectedly stepped to Ceylon but they lured for their permanency and built a Rampart (1584) and reside for good until their ownership fallen to Dutch colonials. Dutch period is the reputed ruling era of Galle Fort which they built (1684) most fascinated fortress city with classic colonial architecture but their season over too when British overrun them totally. The Lighthouse and many reforms have been made during British Period and Galle Fort was established with comprehensive facilitation and stronghold with all sophistication that the Galle Fort remains unchanged with typical, historical and multicultural features. Galle Fort is accredited as UNESCO World Heritage in Sri Lanka.
Duration: 2 hours