Explore the best of Island this tour includes star class hotel accommodation and these 7 days of your lives will be promisingly entertaining, exciting and full of new experiences in best beaches of sri lanka (Dickwella Beach, Unawatuan Beach, Jungle Beach, Hiriketiya Beach, Arugambay beachand more) this tour covers a good range of places of your interest.
It is one of the beautiful beach in west coast surrounded by coconut trees to sped your days and relax under the sun, enjoy thrilling water sports such as sailing, windsurfing, parasailing, jet skiing and more
Unawatuna is one of the biggest tourist destinations in Sri Lanka and is the most “famous” beach in the country. It is a lovely banana-shaped beach of golden sand and turquoise water, surrounded by green palm trees!
This long sandy beach is largely protected by headlands, reefs and sand-bars, making it safer for swimming. The headlands have reefs along their rocks, close to the beach. At both the Pehambiya end and the western end, swimmers can snorkel out from the beach to watch colorful reef fish amongst the rocks.
Golden sands, surfers carving up sweet left-handers, cool cafes, the beach is so beautiful, so peaceful, and so perfect beach for relax.
This long sandy beach is largely protected by headlands, reefs and sand-bars, making it safer for swimming. The headlands have reefs along their rocks, close to the beach. At both the Pehambiya end and the western end, swimmers can snorkel out from the beach to watch colourful reef fish amongst the rocks.
Soft Sand, moon shaped curl it is home for famed break point that many regard as the best surf spot in the county; the epitome of the laid back beach scene that first drew surfers and sun seekers
Step into the wild, take a safari to leopard country. Drive through Sri Lanka’s Yala National park, the second largest and the most visited National Park in Sri Lanka
Galle Fort in the Bay of Galle on the southwest coast of Sri Lanka, was built first in 1588 by the Portuguese, then extensively fortified by the Dutch during the 17th century from 1649 onwards. It is a historical, archaeological and architectural heritage monument, which even after more than 423 years maintains a polished appearance, due to extensive reconstruction work done by Archaeological Department of Sri Lanka
One of the well known tourist attraction in Galle The Lighthouse which is dates back 1848 (the current structure was rebuild in 1939). This is UNESCO world heritage site and stands on the walls of the ancient Galle Fort