Three Days Two Nights

South Beach Tour

Day 1 | Negombo – Bentota

From the airport to your hotel you will catch glimpses of the present day lives of the Sri Lankans but the real experience starts from Negombo to Bentota along the West Coast. It has many to offer for the adventurous and water sports such as water ski, banana ride, Jet Ski, wave surfing, tube ride, speed boat trips, boat trips). In the afternoon you will be able to rest in your hotel in Bentota.

We guarantee it surely is going to be an unforgettable piece of memory to your collection. The Sri Lankan sea breeze cannot be substituted for any other and would benefit you largely. The thrilling experience would add to your sense of adventure while the soothing environment would result in mental and physical relaxation alike.
Also, your stay at the hotel would enable you to taste the local cuisine. You will be able to choose from a variety of local sea food as well. But this is not all: there is plenty for you to see for the next day.

 

Day 2 | Bentota – Kosgoda – Unawatuna

After breakfast visit the turtle farm in Kosgoda to watch 5 species of turtles and you might even be lucky to help with releasing them to the ocean. Turtle farms are a popular tourist attraction that gives you the closest experience to marine life. This is one of the best and the rarest experience you can get by visiting Sri Lanka.

After this proceed slowly to Unawatuna, on the southern coast of Sri Lanka. Along your way to Unawatuna, you will be quite close to the golden sandy beaches. The relaxation at a safe beach will help you to start your journey with a freshness that can only be compared to waking up in the morning for a bright day. Also, you will be able to catch a glimpse of the lives of fishers in Sri Lanka as Unawatuna is one of the thriving fishing villages.

 

Day 3 | Unawatuna – Galle – Negombo

After breakfast visit Galle Fort in Galle. Galle Fort, in the Bay of Galle on the southeast 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 the Archaeological Department of Sri Lanka.

After this visit to the Mask Factory in Ambalangoda, Ambalangoda is a very popular town for the Mask industry. Masks are a very important item for Sri Lanka traditional dances (Kolam, Yaga ) and the Moon Stone Mine in Meetiyagoda Sri Lanka is famous for its precious gems and moonstones, Meetiyagoda is one of the few places where they are found in such high concentrations. It is believed by the villagers that this piece of land, around an acre in extent, is blessed by the moon. The moonstone is grey feels cool and smooth to the touch when polished and has a glow like that of the moon.

In the afternoon proceed through the coastal line back to Negombo. End of tour.

Negombo

Negombo is one of the major cities in Srilanka. Its situated on the west coast in the western province which is right on the mouth of Negombo lagoon.
It is the fourth largest city in the country which is a vital economic center in Srilanka. Negombo is also one of the major commercial hubs in Srilanka.
Negombo is just 35 km away from North of Colombo. The main international airport is also in Negombo Metropolis.

Negombo is one of the major cities in Srilanka. Its situated on the west coast in the western province which is right on the mouth of Negombo lagoon.
It is the fourth largest city in the country which is a vital economic center in Srilanka.
The main international airport is also in Negombo Metropolis.

 

Bentota

Bentota is located in the Galle District of the Southern Province which is a coastal town in Sri Lanka.
Just 65 kilometers away from south of Colombo and 56 kilometers to the north of Galle. Bentota is also known as the prime beach resort or the paradise island.

 

Kosgoda

Kosgoda is located in Southern Province in Sri Lanka. It is a small coastal town with a population of nearly 3000 people.
Just 72 kilometers away from south of Colombo. It is one of the most vibrant tourist areas in Srilanka with beautiful beaches, Turtles & Kosgoda Lagoon as well.

Unawatuna

Unawatuna is located in Galle district of Sri Lanka which is a coastal town with a significant tourist attraction. It’s very famous for the beautiful corals and a fantastic beach.
It is 108 kilometers away from south of Colombo. It’s just 5 meters above the sea level.

 

Galle

Galle is located on the Southwest coast in Sri Lanka, its one of the leading cities in Srilanka which is 119 km from Colombo.
Galle is the district capital of Galle District. Galle is famous for the Galle Fort, its the largest remaining fortress in Asia which is built by European occupiers.