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Whale Watching at Mirissa Sea | whale watching tours in Weligama.Sri Lanka,Weligama Whaleslanka guarantee that easiest places discovered to watch whales, allowing top spot to watch blue whales and sperm whales.We descovering whale watching start...more
Suggested duration: More than 3 hours
No 665 Info Centre | No:665, Info Centre, Pelana, Matara 81700, Sri Lanka
It was a great trip provided by Whales Lanka! Comfortable and clean boat. Enough space for all guests. Good service from crew. We saw 7 blue whales, more then 100 dolphins. On the way back we saw huge whale shark. Amazing morning! Definitely recommend for...More
If you are lucky you would spot a whale ( that is the bottom line ) there are a number of boats which start at about 6 AM from Myrissa harbour and they head to the open sea. It was quite a surprise that without...More
A good trip on a modern purpose built boat. There was coffee and a bread roll with egg for breakfast, complimentary water. Naturally you go out to sea, to they also provided a sea sickness pill for those that wanted. There was no extra or...More
We went whale watching in early May with Whales Lanka. It was poor weather, so we were only looking for whales for 1 hour - not the fault of the operators, but a poor return on the cost. When we were about to board the...More
We can enthusiastically recommend using Whales Lanka as a company to organise a whale watching trip. We contacted the company from the UK and agreed arrangements over the internet with Mahesh. Mahesh was very helpful and provide all the information we need with prices for...More
We went to make an early morning (6am) whales watching out 10 miles from Mirissa harbour (southern province 40 km under Galle).
We've used a local fisherman boat, not really speed and confortable but good enough to make us happy to watch at whales passing...More