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  • Unawatuna, near Galle is a beautiful wide curving golden beach. The beach has been acclaimed amongst 12 best beaches in the world. There is a reef protecting the beach, which makes it safe for bathing.

  • 257 km. from Colombo and located in Eastern cost, Trincomalee is the ideal refuge for the beach addict, with its fine natural harbor. The best sea bathing location in the country. Horatio Nelson, the British admiral of the 18th century had described Trincomalee as the finest harbor in the world.

  • Situated 195 km from Colombo in southern cost, Tangalle is one of the nicest spots along the cost, particularly if you want a place to laze and soak up the sun.

  • 257 km from Colombo and located in Eastern cost. Nilaveli was the venue for the 1985 International Funboard Championships. The beach has ample water sports facilities including fishing and sea angling. Whale Watching in the sanctuary is a specialty.

  • A characteristic fishing town 37km. north of Colombo, it is a mere 6 km away from the International Airport. Set amid lush groves of coconut palms, it breathes the spirit of the sea. Negombo is a gourmet's paradise with sea food in plenty.

  • Just 12 km. south of Colombo, Mount Lavinia is an immediate city suburb known even in colonial times. It lies alongside a windswept headland jutting into the waters of the Indian Ocean. The sand is the softest and the waves calm and clear.

  • Koggala beach is famous for its lake which was used during the second world war as a base. 124 km away from Colombo . Koggala beach is one of the most enchanting places in Sri Lanka. Stilt -Fisherman are a familiar sight here.

  • Whether you want to try out some amazing sport activity like snorkeling, wind surfing or skiing or just bask in the sun along the beaches of Sri Lanka , This place offers everything for everyone.

  • The South of Colombo, which could be reached within 1 ½ hours drive from Colombo on the Galle Highway. It is the most important southern town with an old-world charm. Believed to be the 'Tarshish' of the Bible, its natural harbour was a famous fort in days gone by.


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