Yala National Park is famously known for its highest concentration of leopard in the world. It is the second largest national park in Sri Lanka. The park is primarily shrub jungle with rocky out crops that dot the park, along with several salt and fresh water lagoons.
Udawalawe national park is located approximately 200 km south-east of Colombo city and is a major eco tourism destination in Sri Lanka .It is most famous for the many elephants that live there (about 400 in total). During a visit, it is not unusual to see whole herds of adults and young elephants– feeding or bathing and playing in the water! In addition to this main attraction, the park is home to many water buffalo, water monitor lizards, sambar deer, monkeys and the occasional leopard, as well as being an exciting location for bird enthusiasts.
Morawaka, This is a place for the truly adventurous who loves the flipside of modernity, experience the authentic Sri Lankan low country tea estate experience with plenty of walking, a great place to go birding due to its close proximity to Singharaja Wilderness reserve.
There are many beaches all across Sri Lanka but Polhena beach presents a mesmerizing view to its viewers and tourists. The travel guides also contain extra information on the beach and can be seen by many individuals as a source of good visitor information. The Polhena Beach in Matara is about 2 km at a distance from the city center and the great thing about it is that any person can easily swim through the area as the sea water is fenced with the corals. This is done to protect and secure the tourists who are especially enjoying quality time with their families and friends, in Matara.
Dondra Head Lighthouse is an offshore lighthouse in Dondra, Sri Lanka and is operated and maintained by the Sri Lanka Ports Authority. It is located on Dondra Head near the southernmost point in Sri Lanka and is the tallest lighthouse in the country. It was designed by Sir James Nicholas Douglass and constructed by William Douglass.
Dondra is the English adaptation of “Devundara” derived from its old name “Devi Nuwara” which translates to “City of Gods”. Devundara is important for many reasons, first for its historical importance, second for its religious importance, and third for its geographical importance. While some of the ruins in this area give evidence to prove its historical importance, Devalaya or the Temple stands as a monument to prove its religious importance, and the Light House which stands about a quarter kilometer by the sea coast shows its geographical importance.
Situated at Matara district, in the southern province of Sri Lanka, the temple can be located on the Matara – Kekanadura road via Weherahena about 6km from Matara town. The temple complex, inclusive of all features spreads up to a vast land of three acres. It is also known as the first tunnel temple in the world. The colossal Buddha image which was built after Anuradapura and Polonnaruwa period is also a significant part of the temple.
The village of Dickwella’s claim to fame is the Wewurukannala Temple, which houses the largest Buddha in Sri Lanka. But there’s more to see here than just some big statue. A marvelously kitschy image house, an illustrated Hall of Sin, colorful statues and a resident elephant are among the secondary highlights of this entertaining place of worship.
The most imposing rock temple in the south of the island is situated on an isolated rock 210m high, rising almost vertically from the surrounding forest. Terraces are found across the sloped southern side of this rock, where cave temples nestle beneath ledges of overhanging rock. The ancient origins of this temple are unclear, but it is learned from Brahmi scriptures carved into the rock that this has been the site of a Buddhist monastery for millennia. The general belief is that Mulgirigalla Vihara was founded around 130 BC and has been a place of tranquillity and sanctity ever since.
Kataragamam temple in Kataragama, Sri Lanka, is a Hindu and Buddhist temple complex dedicated to Skanda-Murukan also known as Kataragama deviyo. It is one of the few religious sites in Sri Lanka that is venerated by the majority Sinhala Buddhists, minority Hindu Tamils, Muslims and the Vedda people..
Hummanaya is the only known blowhole in Sri Lanka and it may be the second largest blowhole in the world. Meaning of the word “Hummanaya” (Sinhala: හුම්මානය = හූ+මානය) is the distance a sound of "hoo" can be heard.It is located after Matara and Dikwella town in the Southern Province and at small fishing village called Kudawella 1.1 kilometres (0.7 mi) to the right. Dikwella is a coastal town 180 kilometres (111.8 mi) far away from Colombo and 22 kilometres (13.7 mi) from Matara.
Fishing is the activity of trying to catch fish. Fish are normally caught in the wild. Techniques for catching fish include hand gathering, spearing, netting, angling and trapping.The term fishing may be applied to catching other aquatic animals such as molluscs, cephalopods, crustaceans, and echinoderms. The term is not normally applied to catching farmed fish, or to aquatic mammals, such as whales, where the term whaling is more appropriate.
Whale and dolphin watching in Mirissa is one of the most exciting water activities you can do in Sri Lanka during your holiday. Mirissa is the best place to start your whale and dolphin watching tour in Sri Lanka. In warm Indian ocean you can see Blue whales, Bryde´s whales, Sperm whales, Fin whales, sometimes Killer whales, and Common dolphins, Bottlenose dolphins, Spinner dolphins, Risso's dolphins and Striped dolphins. Sometimes you can see turtles and various fish species, for example Bluefin tuna and flying fish.
Surfing is a surface water sport in which the wave rider, referred to as a surfer, rides on the forward or deep face of a moving wave, which is usually carrying the surfer towards the shore. Waves suitable for surfing are primarily found in the ocean, but can also be found in lakes or in rivers in the form of a standing wave or tidal bore. However, surfers can also utilize man-made waves such as those from boat wakes and the waves created in artificial wave pools.
Nice and comfortable, with very good value, since most furniture and fittings are made from wood. Full view of the stunning Talalla beach, the great location. all with verandas, and good bathrooms with Hot water and facilitated with a FAN.
Resort is situated on a tree covered cliff top overlooking a beautiful unspoiled bay, beach and crystal clear turquoise sea, and throughout the day many varieties of colorful birds come to visit and sing; as do families of monkey.
The restaurant is on the beach situation at a small hill top, which is great view of sea. We provide all meals, breakfast, Lunch and Dinner with very good quality and delicious.
Two bedrooms with attached bathrooms with a great dining area with kitchen in this self contained bungalow with big balcony, if you are searching for a stay as a family, this is good choice to you.
Free WIFI, available to you to stay connected, All Bathrooms with Hot Water.
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