Take a three minute walk down the lower road and it will bring you to the nearest beach. The golden sand, the blue waters and the palm trees in this secluded beach is sure to inspire romance. If you travel for another 20 minutes you will arrive at the world famous beach “Unawatuna”. Unawatuna is blessed with a natural pool which is excellent for swimming. Weligama Bay which is also another attraction is also in the area.

The Dutch Fort in the historical city of Galle which is a world heritage named by UNESCO is a must for any visitor to Sri Lanka. Walking along the ramparts you can see many historic sites and view the area surrounding.

An adventures boat safari could be arranged to take you to the fascinating Island “Madol Duwa”.

Dolphin watching, snorkelling, diving, surfing, Turtle watching and a host of other activities are also available at your request.

Hummanaya” a natural sea-water spout which gushes forth water like a fountain is a unique sight when you venture further deep South.

Venturing further to the south is the National Park ‘Yala’. Also known as Ruhunu National Park it covers more than 97,000 hectares of wildlife. A Safari can be arranged along with a guide who will take you on an adventurous journey to see how the Elephants, Leopards, Crocodiles, Bears, Peacocks, Birds and other animals live in the wild.
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