Things To Do

Whale Watching Mirissa

Mirissa is the closest point to where blue whales are inhabited because it has appropriate environmental conditions to live these giants.Normally With in Season time Our clients witnessed five types of whales (blue whale,bryde’s whale,sperm whale,killer whale & pilot whale ) & four kind of dolphins (spinner dolphin,bottle nose dolphin,stripped dolphin,Risso’s dolphin) in mirissa.


Galle fort

Galle Fort, in the bay of Galle on the southwest coast of Sri Lanka, was built first in 1588 by the Portuguese, and then extensively fortified by the Dutch during the 17th century from 1649 onwards. It is a historical, archaeological and architectural monument, which even after more than 423 years of history it still maintains its proud appearance. Reason being the extensive reconstruction work done by The Archaeological Department of Sri Lanka to maintain its historic ruins as it is. As a result of their efforts tourists have the opportunity to witness the Galle Fort with all its majesty even after 4 decades. This one is the one to see!


Surfing Lessons in Devata / Midigama

Devata (Galle) is one of the best places to get surfing lessons in Sri Lanka. its just 5 mins drive from Unawatuna and the location is getting more & more popular with beginners. in Midigama mellow left hand wave on a deep reef that holds to 5-6ft on a good day. Great for intermediate surfers. Perfect first reef break if you are a beginner as it is generally a very predictable wave,


Kogalla Lagoon Bird Watching with boat

Koggala Lake is a yet another place to be visited in Sri Lankan tourism. Koggala Lake is a un- spoiled lake located about few kilo meters away from Galle. It will feel like a paradise for nature lovers who are eagerly seeking for sites to explore and study the natural bio diversity and eco system.

The isle is comprised with lush mangrove swamps at all. The lake is embellished with rocky islands, animals and shrubs. You can explore whole the area and all the islands. It is quite tremendous for bird watching and sunset sceneries in the evenings. Even many species of birds have immigrated to Koggala islands.


Visit Sinharajah Rain Forest

Sinharaja Rain Forest (a UNESCO World Heritage Site), the last viable remnant of Sri Lanka’s tropical lowland rainforest spanning an area of 18900 acres is located within Sabaragamuwa and Southern provinces of the south-west lowland wet zone of Sri Lanka. Sinharaja is bounded by rivers on three sides. On the north, Sinharaja is bounded by the Napola Dola and Koskulana Ganga. On the south and south-west are the rivers Maha Dola and Gin Ganga. On the west are the river Kalukandawa Ela and river Kudawa Ganga. To the east of Sinharaja is an ancient footpath near Beverley Tea Estate and by the Denuwa Kanda.


Yatagala temple

Just inland from Galle is Yatagala Raja Maha Viharaya, a fine place for temple lovers. The temple has been built around and within giant boulder-like rock formations. Quiet, peaceful and very much spiritual, the temple directly faces the paddy fields and small hamlets.

Situated in close proximity it is definitely a good visit and a change of view and experience..


White Tea Factory

Ceylon White Tea, also known as “Silver Tips” is highly priced tea of Asia; significantly higher than other teas.

The tea is first grown, harvested and rolled by hand with the leaves dried and withered in the sun. It has delicate, very light liquoring with notes of pine & honey and a golden coppery infusion. ‘Virgin White Tea’ is also grown at the Handungoda Tea Estate near Galle in the south of Sri Lanka.


Stilt Fishing

Fishermen perched on sticks rooted deep in earth beneath the sea water and fishing, is the most photographed scenery of south and tourists are still more than willing to take a snap or two of this ancient form of fishing that requires skill,practice and of course great patience.

First look at the men on the sticks, you may be mistaken thinking they are statues tied to the sticks on a seated position,but if you look closer you might actually recognize sun-tanned skins of the skilled fishermen barely showing movement. And if you too are patient enough you will be lucky enough to take a photo of them catching dozens of fish within just hours.


Diving and snorkeling

Unawatuna is very famous for diving and that is too for good reason. Galle sea coast possesses one of the best natural harbors of the country which also used to be one of the main trading cities. In Unawatuna area you will find the beautifully spread coral reef that consumes the large natural bay shielded by a shallow reef. But the surprise doesn’t end there.

Not only you find diving-friendly clear sea waters, but also the rare opportunity to observe 14 ship-wrecks, the most found in the same sea coast! It also one of the safest areas for snorkeling and it holds no threat from sharks or rough tides


Sea Turtle Farm

The “Sea Turtle Farm & Hatchery” is a non-profitable organization which is maintained for the survival of sea turtles for the next generation. The ‘Turtle Farm’ is situated in Habaraduwa by the beautiful beach. It is a known fact turtles are an endangered species that face the threat of extinction. More than 500,000 sea turtles have been released to the ocean since 1986 by the Turtle Farm. It’s clearly an admirable effort to restore balance to the nature and to support the echo-system that we all love so much, Ocean and Beach.