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Whale watching is one of the most famous water sport s in Sri Lanka. If you are interested in observing whales in their natural habitat we have the ability to arrange your whale watching trip in a responsible manner without interrupting the...more
All reviews fruit juice whale watching trip friendly crew cake tuk tuk blue whale close proximity sea sickness great trip keep up the good work sandwiches their natural habitat once in a lifetime sri lanka flying fish marriott asanka
We went in the month of September, when the sea is considered rough perspective of that we had an amazing time spoting dolphins and whales.
We saw three big blue whales very close to our boat and four dolphins
The crew was very nice and...More
Thank neha c
Sanka D, Owner at Sri Lanka Whales Marriot Cruise, responded to this reviewResponded 6 October 2018
Loved loved loved it! They crew was so nice and attentive. Always making sure we are okay. They brought us tea and water, and afterwards a sandwich and fruits too.
Seeing a blue whale was one of the most amazing experience so for me. I...More
Sanka D, Owner at Sri Lanka Whales Marriot Cruise, responded to this reviewResponded 28 September 2018
Thanks for your valuable review.well meet again in the future.
I wanted to go Whale watching in Srilanka , but I had read a lot of mixed reviews of people experience from being sea sick on small boats chasing whales to not seeing any.. Hence we picked Marriot Cruises that seemed to highly reviewed by...More
1 Thank Pooja K
Sanka D, Owner at Sri Lanka Whales Marriot Cruise, responded to this reviewResponded 18 August 2018
Star class hotel with star class facilities and star class service. Basically nothing to complain. Their buffet is so rich in variety and taste. A lot of action station covering continental to far East. The restaurant staff is extremely courteous and caring. The beach right...More
I had a great time. Marriott Cruise is highly recommended(Look below as to why)
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Best time to travel = November to March as the sea is calmer. And you can enjoy taking pictures. If you are travelling with kids, avoid off season....More
3 Thank Darshana C
Sanka D, Owner at Sri Lanka Whales Marriot Cruise, responded to this reviewResponded 15 August 2018
We are grateful for your valuable review.Thank you very much.we'll meet again in the future.
The crew were incredible. Attentive towards all passangers, assisting with any sea sickness as well as providing entertainment (drums and singing was amazing)
Coffee and water to start the day along with a pack up and varieties of snacks (CAKE!!). The boat wasn't over crowded...More
1 Thank Georgie S
Sanka D, Owner at Sri Lanka Whales Marriot Cruise, responded to this reviewResponded 24 August 2018
Great experience!! We saw a huge blue whale and it was so exciting !!! The crew is fun and kind, they offered us a nice breakfast on board and we had also singing time on the way back. The boat is not as big as...More
Sanka D, Owner at Sri Lanka Whales Marriot Cruise, responded to this reviewResponded 6 May 2018
Hi.we are happy to post your experience.thank you very much.
My friend and I joined Marriot Cruise for a whale watching experience in April 2018 and it was amazing.
Welcome coffee and cookies on arrival and king coconut when coming back, few snacks on boat. But more about the whales.
It took us many hours...More
Sanka D, Owner at Sri Lanka Whales Marriot Cruise, responded to this reviewResponded 1 May 2018
We did whale watching with this company in April 2018. They sailed far away. their are no whales. we saw only few Dolphins. I think this trip was time wasting in sea. we sailed 8-9 hours. some tourists getting tired and they sleep on the...More
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Sanka D, Owner at Sri Lanka Whales Marriot Cruise, responded to this reviewResponded 20 April 2018
april is the period when the blue whales go to the sea for their activities.at that moment we need to sail to the deep seas,but after making inquiries from the foreigners who are interested in us.
A barefoot is a more exotic experience than...More