Sri Seethai Amman temple-- Sita Temple:
Sri Seethai Amman temple is a unique temple it has been made at the place where Sita Mata spent her days in the prison of Ravana where she prayed daily for Rama to come and rescue her in the Hindu epic, Ramayana. It is also unique in a way that, it is one of the very few temples dedicated to Sita. The temple is located on Nuwara
Eliya Kandy road very close to the scenic town of Nuwara Elia. It is located approximately 1 kilometre from Hakgala Botanical Gardens. The temple is located in the village of Seetha Eliya (also known as Sita Eliya).
It is a basin in the heart of the tea country city. It was massed under the date of British Governor Sir William Gregory in 1873. This is the most extraordinary allure in Nuwara Eliya and all the inspector come here and to spend some time by the lake and calm.This was used as a place for water sports and for pre-competitive actions during the British time. Gregory lake gets narrow during April as it is the best time to visit the city. With the recent conversion in Nuwara Eliya area, many recreation addresses were introduced about the Gregory lake area.
Hakgala Botanical Gardens:
It is the second biggest garden in Sri Lanka.The garden is contiguous to Hakgala Strict Nature Reserve. There are over 10,000 breeds of flora seeded here and during the springtime of Nuwara Eliya, thousands of guests come to see the bud here.The number of annual visitors who come to visit the gardens are around 500,000. The garden is famous for a number of species of Orchids and Roses are planted there. In Sri Lanka, Hakgala Botanical Gardens is one of the fifth botanical nurseries.The rare four are flashing Botanical nurseries, Henarathgoda Botanical garden, Mirijjawila Botanical garden and Seetawaka Botanical Garden.
Bluefield Tea Gardens:
It is situated at around 2000 m above Sea Level and is surrounded by misty mountains and lush Tea Plants. This tea factory is a hub for fresh varieties of teas. Tea lounge here lets the visitors taste freshly brewed teas. BlueField Tea Factory is one of the largest factory and the biggest in the area. It was built in 1921 and has the capacity of manufacturing over 20,000 kilos of green leafs per day. It is also the “Heart” of Sri Lankans Tea productions and produces the best tea in the world. The visitors call the place ‘Little England’ because it still looks like an “English Town. And it is surrounded by quiet and scenic environment.
The hike to World’s deadline is 4km, but the trail loops back to Baker’s Falls (2km). The 9.5km curved trip takes a leisurely three hours. Unless visitors get there early the view from World’s End is often obscured by mist, particularly during the rainy season from April to September. All one can expect to see from World’s End after around 9 am is a swirling white wall. But early morning visitors can see the tea-plantation villages in the valley below, and an unencumbered view south towards the coast.
The Park at the center of the town is one of the nicest, and best maintained, town parks in South Asia. The park comes alive with flowers around March to May, and August and September. It was settled by planting an Oak tree by a German Princess who visited Nuwara Eliya at the latter part of the 19th Century. The park is 27 acres in extent and about 90% of the tree species available are those of foreign plants. A number of lakes within the park enhance its beauty. A large number of rare bird species can also be found in the park.
Lover’s Leap Waterfalls:
This waterfall is also analyzed as one of the most amazing waterfalls in Sri Lanka. It is assembled with a brook begun from Piduruthalagala (2524m) the biggest mountain in Sri Lanka. A sump is built in the downstream to collect water for a potable water system. Visitors have to walk 500m from the main road to reach the place where the water pump is located. And there is a moderate trek of another 100m to reach the base of the fall.
St. Clair's Falls:
It is one of the widest waterfalls in Sri Lanka and is commonly known as the "Little Niagara of Sri Lanka". It is one of six waterfalls affected by the Upper Kotmale Hydropower Project. The slump is fixed 3 kilometers west of the town of Talawakele on the Hatton-Talawakele Highway in Nuwara Eliya District. The falls are located along the Kotmale River, as it cascades over three rock outcrops into a large pool, running through a tea estate, from which the falls derive their name from. And it is the 20th highest waterfall in Sri Lanka.
Kothmale Hanging Bridge:
The bridge is a very famous and rare haven for the tourists who visit Nuwara Eliya. The people who like adventure should not miss this place since it is once in a lifetime experience. This place has a very soothing atmosphere which will give you tranquility, and provide an opportunity to explore the surroundings including the scenic view of Kothmale reservoir, forest, and waterfalls. It is very exciting to cross this bridge since it always keeps shaking which adds an adventurous touch to it. The Hanging Bridge is also famous for the variety of activities available here.
Pedro Tea Estate:
It is situated about 3.5 KM east of Nuwara Eliya and is accessible by vehicle. Visitors can visit the Tea estate from morning up to 12.30 p.m. At the factory visitors will be shown the full process of how tea is manufactured and then graded and packed for export to all corners of the world. The Pedro tea estate is located in Central Sri Lanka at close proximity to Nuwara Eliya and is located on a landscape with the blue sky as the background with green pastures of tea and water falls cascading, which is a sight never to be missed.
Shri Bhakta Hanuman Temple:
It is completed by the Chinmaya duty of Sri Lanka and is placed in Ramboda on Kandy-Nuwara Eliya Road placed approx 30 kilometers North of Nuwara Eliya. The Chinmaya Mission is a Hindu divine organization matched in the circulation of Vedanta.The temple itself is placed about 500m from the main road on a hill having a dominant view of the enclosing area. The surrounding garden area of the kovil is spotlessly clean and well managed. The idol of Hanuman is of black granite and is carved beautifully and stands tall at 16 feet.
It is a small town, or a hill station, located in the Nuwara Eliya. The area is also sometimes called "Little New Zealand". The town is situated approximately 17 km south-east of Nuwara Eliya. The climatic and economic conditions in Ambewela make it an ideal location for dairy farming. The Farms are made up of two farms, Ambewela Farm and New Zealand Farm. The Farm boasts of superior breeds of cattle, modern technology and top-quality pastures where cattle graze freely. The result is an organization of international standards in a local setting, producing the best quality milk and milk products.
Temple of the Tooth (Sri Dalada Maligawa):
Sri Dalada Maligawa or the chapel of the divine Tooth Relic is a Buddhist temple in the city of Kandy, Sri Lanka. It is located in the imperial hall complex of the past Kingdom of Kandy, which houses the antique of the tooth of the Buddha.as aged times, the relic has played a necessary role in religion politics because it is believed that whoever holds the relic holds the governance of the country. Kandy was the last basic of the Sri Lankan kings and is a World Heritage Site many due to the temple and the holy water. This divine water is accepted to contain healing powers and is distributed among those present.
Kandy Lake also called that Kiri Muhuda or the Sea of Milk is a bogus lake in the soul of the hill city of Kandy, Sri Lanka, built in 1807 by King Sri Wickrama Rajasinghe next to the Temple of the Tooth. Over the years, it was reduced in size. It is a secured lake, with fishing banned. There are many legends and folklore regarding the lake. One such is that the small island at its center was used by the king's helm for bathing and was connected to the palace by a secret tunnel. A leisurely stroll around it, with a few stops on the lakeside seats, is a pleasant way to spend a few hours; the nicest part to walk along is the area around the Temple ofthe Sacred Tooth Relic.
Ceylon Tea Museum:
The Ceylon Tea Museum near to Hantane, 3km against Kandy urban bottle be arrived near to the road and provides clear access and adequate parking chances for cars and tourist coaches. The museum consists of four floors. The ground floor and the second-floor exhibit very old items of machinery and the first floor consist of a library and an auditorium. The third floor is placed to tea sales outlets. The entire top floor is a tea café; a telescope is also mounted on the fourth floor to give a panoramic view of the town. Kandy is an essential stop on every guest itinerary and the place of the Ceylon Tea Museum at Hantane enhances the appeal of the hill country to visitors. Additionally, its proximity to the Peradeniya Botanical Gardens and Loolecondera estate, where tea was first grown commercially in Sri Lanka makes Hantane the perfect location.
Bahiravokanda Vihara Buddha Statue:
It deceit in reach minor feet against Peradeniya is a big concrete holy slab. It is one of the numerous things to be toured and experienced in Kandy. Travelers enjoy the Buddha statue which is 88 feet in height with the amusement created by the statue. Bahiraviokanda vihara Buddha bust is one of the biggest and charming Buddha statues in Sri Lanka. The hill where the statue was built called bahirava Kanda, in Sinhalese it means the devil’s hill. Bahiravakanda vihara Buddha statue will be a spectacular visit to Kandy’s famous sites.
Udawatta Kele Sanctuary:
It is also known as the Royal Forest Park of Kandy is situated on the hillside behind the Dalada Maligawa or the Temple of the Tooth Relic. This forest extends about 257 acres and is considered to be a vital Bio-reserve for the much populated Kandy City. The Government stated it as a Forest capital and next in 1938, it was made a sanctuary. The Kandy Lake gets its water resources mainly from this forest's catchment areas. This precious forest area supplies the much-needed air purification activity to the Kandy city which is enslaved by several hills.
International Buddist Museum:
Sri Dalada Maligawa Kandy has settled the international Buddhist Museum (IBM) to boast the extent of the Buddhism around the Asia and calm of the world. This is the only museum which demonstrates the expanding of Buddhism all around the world. By the 2600th year of the sambuddatva Jayanthi, the Buddha dhamma has developed its status from the simple philosophy of the lifestyle of mankind enunciated in early Buddhist thought to the highly developed ritualistic religious system. It is interesting to note the different systems followed in the practice of Buddhism, by the respective countries.
It is located at Rajapihilla Mawatha near Kandy Lake. It is around 1km steep climb to the rajapihilla Mawatha, and there is a place where visitors can see the Kandy city in a panoramic view. The Kandy Lake and Sri dalada maligawa are the most famous tourist locations around this place. There are restaurants and souvenir shops around. It is one of the famous places in Kany among the locals and foreigners and this offers a spectacular and breathtaking view of the city.
Raja an elephant was a tusker. He was in the Temple of the Tooth Relic Sri Lanka and served the temple to carry the Sacred Tooth Relic Casket. It served the temple for more than half century before he passed away. His body His dead skin and tusks are preserved and the Raja Museum is dedicated for him for his service as the great tusker for the Temple of the Tooth Relic.. Raja Museum is located behind the Temple of the Tooth Relic in a small building. It is visited by many pilgrims and tourists.
The National Museum of Kandy:
It is located next to the Temple of the Tooth in part of the former Royal Palace of Kandy. The Palle Vahala was constructed during the Sri Vickrama Rajasingha era and was used as the quarters of the queens of King of Kandy. This building has been built according to the architectural features of Kandy period. The museum was opened to the public in 1942. The museum has over 5,000 artifacts on display consist of weapons, jewelry, and artifacts from the Kandian era and post British Colonial era.
It is an ancient Buddhist temple situated in Udunuwara of Kandy. It is located on Daulagala road approximately 4 km away from Pilimatalawa junction and a few kilometers from the ancient Buddhist temple, Gadaladeniya Vihara. It is studied as the improved elegant architectural edifice created all along the Gampola era. The vihara buildings have been built on a natural rock called Panhalgala Rock.Among the buildings, the image house possesses characteristically outstanding architectural features, embellished with traditional Sinhalese sculptures.
It is nearby the southern coast of Sri Lanka in the bay of Galle, and the Fort was first built by the Portuguese in 1588 before being extensively fortified by the Dutch in the mid 1600s. It is recognized by UNESCO for its cultural heritage value, the Fort was declared a World Heritage Site in 1988 as a unique exposition of "an urban ensemble which illustrates the interaction of European architecture and South Asian traditions from the 16th to the 19th centuries." The fort has a colourful history, and today has a multi-ethnic and multi-religious population. The Sri Lankan government and many Dutch people who still own some of the properties inside the fort are looking at making this one of the modern wonders of the world. The Galle Fort, is also known as the Dutch Fort or the "Ramparts of Galle", and is the most visited places in Galle.
Japanese Peace Pagoda :
It is designed to offer a focus for people of all races and creeds, and to help unite them in their search for world peace. Most (though not all) have been built under the guidance of Nichidatsu Fujii, a Buddhist monk from Japan and founder of the Nipponzan Myohoji Buddhist Order. Fuji was greatly inspired by his meeting with Mahatma Gandhi in 1931 and decided to devote his life to promote non-violence. In 1947, he began constructing Peace Pagodas as shrines of World Peace. This Peace Pagoda was built by him in Galle.
Old Town of Galle and its Fortifications :
It is said to be the prominent Tarshish of the Bible where King Solomon gained gems and spices, this “Living” UNESCO World Heritage Site is the port where the Portuguese first landed in Sri Lanka in 1505. It was captured and fortified by the Dutch, the well preserved 90 acre fort and ramparts built in 1663, are Old Dutch churches and monuments with armorial bearings, there are many well preserved Old Dutch houses that still bear Dutch names. The New Oriental Hotel, built for a Dutch governor in 1684, it is now converted to the internationally renowned Amangalle Hotel.
Galle Light house:
It is placed at the Galle fort and is one of the 14 remaining light houses of Sri Lanka. In fact the Galle fort is a UNESCO world heritage site. The light house is erected 7 m above from the road. It is known as the oldest light house in Sri Lanka. This landmark is always crowded with local and foreign travelers. The lights are operated through a computerized system. There is fantastic view of the Indian Ocean is appeared besides with the light house
It is a coastal town in Galle district of Sri Lanka. It is a major tourist attraction in Sri Lanka and famous for its beautiful beach and corals. It is a suburb of Galle, about 5 kilometres southeast to the city center. It is situated at an elevation of 5 metres above the sea level. Off the coast of Unawatuna, beneath the Indian Ocean lie a number of coral reefs, shipwrecks, and a great variety of fish and turtles. The beach is very famous for the coral reefs and variety of fish and the sandy shore is invaded by tourists.
Martin Wickramasinghe Folk Museum Complex:
The Folk Museum Complex was inspired by the house in which Martin Wickramamsinghe was born. The Martin Wickramasinghe trust were the people behind its establishment. The Wickramasinghe Trust has developed the museum into a developing repository of artifacts depicting the history of Sri Lankan folk culture, from ancient to modern times in order to remind the people of Sri Lanka of their alive roots. The museum is a fascinating gathering of artifacts, from Buddhist artifacts to those which portray the development of rural technology in agriculture, agro industry, fishing, metal craft artifacts and pottery, various artifacts from folk dances and religious ceremonies and many others.
Jungle Beach :
The Jungle Beach Unawatuna, is a small isolated beach close to Galle and Unawatuna Beach in Sri Lanka. The first part of the beach, when entering the bay, is the most crowded one with sun beds and a small cafe/ restaurant serving some Sri Lankan dishes. The beach is is beautiful and less crowed and it is a nice place to relax and enjoy the amazing scenery. It is one of the most famous places in Galle. It is however far less crowded than the main Unawatuna Beach.
Maritime Museum :
It is the only museum which creates awareness on marine biological and anthropological aspects of Southern coastal area. It is located in the Old Dutch ware house of the fort of Galle, built in 1671. The first gallery depicts the types of watercrafts used in passenger transport. The second Gallery is absorbed on marine eco systems and their flora and fauna. The traditional life style of fishing communities and such fishing techniques are displayed with attractive models and replicas. It is serves as a Centre of education for several groups of researchers and tourists of Southern region.
The Lankagama Duwili Ella Falls :
It could be accessed either from Deniyaya or Galle, area. The track to the fall is through difficult terrain. The falls are located in Lankagama Village, Hiniduma Electorate, Galle District. The 23m Lankagama Duwili Ella Falls is located in the border of Sinharaja & Consenting it is borne from the ‘Hariyawa brook’s branch. An intriguing aspect is the hidden cave measuring 2m in height and 4m in length, which is located at the base of the fall. It is believed to be the hiding place of a Brahmin of Yore.
Sinharaja Forest Reserve :
It is of international significance and has been designated a Biosphere Reserve and World Heritage Site by UNESCO. The reserve's name translates as Lion Kingdom. It is a national park and a biodiversity hotspot in Sri Lanka. The reserve is only 21 km from east to west, and a maximum of 7 km from north to south, but it is a treasure trove of endemic species, including trees, insects, amphibians, reptiles, birds and mammals. There are about 3 elephants and the 15 leopards which are rarely seen. Because of the dense vegetation, wildlife is not as easily seen as at dry-zone national parks.
Historical mansion museum :
Historical mansion museum in Galle preserves the originality of the Tourism destination of Galle. It is a privately owned museum, initiated by Abdul Gaffer, the creator. Abdul Gaffar prompted to build this museum because of the ‘Salarjung museum’ in India. On behalf of that he collected and exhibits of miscellaneous things. It must be pointed out that this mansion is a characteristically Dutch architectural feature. The mansion is settled in a grandeur colonial Dutch house. This is the largest private museum in Sri lanka. Visitors will be amazed by seeing the different equipment placed in the museum.
Golden Temple of Dambulla:
It is a sacred pilgrimage site, this cave monastery, with its five sanctuaries, is the largest, best-preserved cave-temple complex in Sri Lanka and is situated in the central part of the country. This site is situated 148 kilometres east of Colombo and 72 kilometres north of Kandy. The Buddhist mural paintings (covering an area of 2,100 m) are of particular importance, as are the 157 statues. Dambulla is the largest and best-preserved cave temple complex in Sri Lanka. These paintings and statues are related to Gautama Buddha and his life and there are a total of 153 Buddha statues. Major attractions are spread over five caves, which contain statues and paintings. It is also known as Dambulla Cave Temple and is a World Heritage Site in Sri Lanka.
Sigiriya Lion Rock citadel, also called Simha-giri (Lion Mountain) was built 1,600 years ago by King Kasyapa (479-497 A.D). It is the tale of King Kasyapa a troubled but visionary king. It is a fortified-walled and a royal city with living manifestations of glorious Sinhalese civilization. It’s a unique combination of 5th century urban planning, architecture, engineering, garden landscape designing, sculpture, painting and poetry. It is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is of immense archeological significance, it is one of the best preserved and most elaborate surviving urban sites in the South Asia from the first millennium A.D. It was a well-planned royal city meant for a flamboyant king and his court with a palace complex centered around a solitary rock. The Lion Rock Citadel Sigiriya stands high above 200m from the surrounding plain, visible for miles in all directions.
It is a unique Arboretum representing the flora of the semi-evergreen, monsoon dry forest of Sri Lanka. Its creator is an Englishman, Francis Home Popham, known only as Sam. The IFS-Popham Arboretum, Sri Lanka’s only dry zone arboretum was established over five decades ago on 7.5 acres of thorny scrub jungle and abandoned ‘Chena’ land in Dambulla which is in the geographical center of our island, where history and culture merge amidst a natural landscape of water and mountains.An arboretum is a place where trees are grown for study and displayed as a tree garden.
Painting Research, Conservation Center:
This is the only place which held painting researches & conservations of Sri Lanka. The Painting Museum of Dambulla was opened at year 2003 & after that is was re-opened in a new face at year 2009 as a Painting Research, Conservation Center, Painting Museum by Hon. Prime Minister Rathnasiri Wikramanayaka. Presently, there is also an architectural conservation section in the museum. At this moment it is supervision under Hon. Minister T.B. Ekanayaka & Director General Porf. Gamini Adikari. This is the only painting museum where thousands of paintings under various eras of ancient Sri Lanka are seen.
Jathika Namal Uyana:
It is situated in 7kms from Madatugama junction of Colombo. Iron Wood forest is a unique forest in Sri Lanka where the trees dominate the vegetation of the 260 acres of forest. The trees protect the small medicinal plants from sunlight and gives its shade to all. The “Mesua Ferara” tree is native to Sri Lanka, India, Malaysia. According to the biologists the importance of the Namal Uyana is that it has 102 species of tropical plants of which 82 are herbal plants. There are 18 bird species and a number of mammals including elephant, leopard, monkey and deer in the park.
Gangaramaya (Vihara) Buddhist Temple :
This was once a swamp adjoining Beira lake which is a Landmark in the capital city. The swamp today has become a vibrant complex consisiting of the Gangaramaya temple, The Seema Malaka(An assembly hall for the monks). The temple has stood through the trials of time for over 120years. It was established by one of the most famous scholar monks, Venerable Hikkadue Sri Sumanagala Nayaka Thera, founder of the Vidyodaya Pirivena. Devundera Sri Jinaratana Nayake Thera, his chief pupil was appointed by him to administer the temple. He laid the foundation to convert the small temple to what it is today – an institution of international reckoning. He made Buddhist texts available to the masses, collected Buddhist artifacts. Now it also has different facilities for the devotees to worship in this place.
Mount Lavina Beach :
This is a very famous spot for tourism and nightlife. The name of the city was built up around the original residence of Sir Thomas Maitland, Governor General of Ceylon from 1805-1811. The local name for the town today is ‘Galkissa’, Kissa menaing rock in sinhalese. The story behind this name goes as a large treasure form a shipwreck being hidden among the rocks here. Mount lavina is a bustling city now, full of life and well known for the beach activities held there. The nightlife and amazing dining locations on the beach make it one of the most famous beaches in Colombo.
Viharamahadevi Park :
Is a public park situated in Colombo. It stands beside the National Museum of Sri Lanka.It’s the oldest and largest park of Colombo. Viharamahadevi Park faces the Town-Hall building.The building was erected suring the Colonial era. This park was named after Queen Viharamahadevi, mother of King Dutugamunu. It was built by and donated to the Colombo city during the Brittish rule over Sri Lanka.It was called ‘Victoria Park’ after Queen Victoria, during the british rule.The park is famous for its huge Buddha statue and series of water fountains.
The Galle Face :
This is an ocean-side urban park, sprawling across five hectares of land. It is half kilometre long along the coast, situated right at the heart of the financial business district of Colombo. It was initially used for horse racing and as a golf course. Later on it was also used for cricket, tennis,polo, rugby and football.Children love this place. It’s a great place for vendors, teenagers, lovers, Kite Flyers and all kinds of people.
Beira Lake :
This is a lake in the centre of Colombo city. It is surrounded by large businesses and occupies close to 165 hectares of land. During the colonistaion by the Portuguese. The lake was used to transport goods within the city.The lake still holds its Potuguese name till date.There are two distinct water bpdies in the lake. The smaller lake rimming Navam Mawatha and the Larger one rimming D.R.Wijewardena Mawatha. The Urban Development Authority of Sri Lanka played a major role ion restoring Beira Lake into a tourist attraction spot.
Independence Memorial Hall:
A national monument of Sri Lanka which was constructed for the celebration of the Independence of the country from the British Rule , This is when the full govering responsibility was restored to the Ceylonese-elected Legislature on February 4, 1948. You can find this monument in the Independence square( previously known as Torrington Square) in the Cinnamon Gardens of Colombo.It also hosts the Independence Memorial Museum.At the head of the monument is the statue of Rt.Honorable Don Stephen Senanayake “ The Father of the Nation”, who is the country’s first prime minister.
St. Anthony’s Church Kochikade:
This church has deep history. Back in the times of the 18th century, Catholicism was still a persecuted religion in Sri Lanka and hence priests could not exercise their ministry in public. This chapel was constructed out of mud around that time and was later on enlarged. In the year 1822 the statue of St. Anthony was bought and was placed on the altar of the church.The statue is believed to posses miraculous powers and is now placed in a bullet proof glass case to ensure that its protected and safe.The church has a beautiful marble altar at its centre which was consecrated by the Archbishop of Colombo at that time.
Sri Kailawasanathar Swami Devasthanam :
It is one of the oldest Hindu temples in Colombo, dedicated to Lord Shiva and Ganesha, and is a special attraction for Hindu travellers. It is a kovil hidden inside a bushy surrounding behind the Fort Railway Station. It was built during the Portuguese era, it was a family kovil. Although it is Sri Kailasanathar, Swami Devashthanam, many still identify it as the kovil at the Captain's Garden. The entrance to the road leading to the kovil is near the famous second-hand bookstores at D. R. Wijewerdene Mawatha. St. Anthony’s Church Kochikade: This church has deep history. Back in the times of the 18th century, Catholicism was still a persecuted religion in Sri Lanka and hence priests could not exercise their ministry in public. This chapel was constructed out of mud around that time and was later on enlarged. In the year 1822 the statue of St. Anthony was bought and was placed on the altar of the church.The statue is believed to posses miraculous powers and is now placed in a bullet proof glass case to ensure that its protected and safe.The church has a beautiful marble altar at its centre which was consecrated by the Archbishop of Colombo at that time.
It was the home of the acclaimed Sri Lankan designer Geoffrey Bawa as he went on to develop into Sri Lanka’s and one of Asia’s most creative and dominant architects. The great Geoffrey Bawa’s stunning home is now a alluring hotel known as Lunuganga. The legendary designer cascaded forty years into altering this abandoned rubber and cinnamon estate into an peaceful garden paradise. It is a tropical paradise of many moods, with lily ponds and glorious lake views. It has over 200 varieties of trees, and the guests are drawn to appreciate the gorgeous natural surroundings. That’s why it’s one of the famous hotels in Bentota.
Bentota Bay Beach:-
The Bentota Bay Beach and the Beruwala Bay are the popular twin beaches along the coast. The Bentota Beach, being encompassed within the Bentota National Holiday Resort features a fully-fledged support and serve infrastructure, is the most popular beach resort of Sri Lanka. With an array of luxury hotels, facilities for the overseas tourists, Bentota adds the excellent region for continued holidays by the beach. Bentota enriched with safe swimming conditions in the season connected with fun water sports and appealing excursions that set up an ideal background for a relaxed holiday in Sri Lanka, is an attraction for families.
At the Bentota River tour visitors can see very beautiful birds and plants in the mangroves. There are no crocodiles in the Bentota River. There is also a Bentota River Safari. Club Bentota offers a journey into Sri Lankan nature with a river boat cruise which takes you on the Bentota River and under the Bentota Bridge. Visitors are taken through mangroves which surrounded by beautiful scenery. Experts are available to enlighten the visitors with fascinating information about animals and the flourishing scenery of Sri Lanka.
Water sport centre:-
The water sport centre lies straight on the Bentota River, in Aluthgama, 60 km external of International Airport and is lies Beruwela and Bentota.Sunshine Water sport Center is well stocked with the latest water sports equipment with special emphasis on visitors comfort and safety.The centre affords these movements Windsurfing, Surfing, Waterskiing, body boarding, jet-ski, Deep Sea Fishing, River Fishing, Snorkeling, diving. Boats are on hand to take the visitors to adventure cruises up river to see the diversity of the nature, birds, and crocodiles.