On arrival at the Bandaranayake International airport, you will be warmly greeted by our very own chauffeur guide and transferred to Bentota. Prime destination is Bentota. Arguably one of the most famous seashores of Sri Lanka, the Bentota Beach has long been a favourite of travellers from around the world. Notable for its long stretch of white sand and several safe pockets for wading in the ocean, Bentota Beach is best visited during its season between the months of October and April. The popular coast is also famed for its availability of water sports, ranging from wind-surfing to jet-skiing, and even waterboarding from the waters of the Bentara River.
towards the southern coastline of the island leads to the sandy shores of Bentota Beach, where our homely waters of the Bentara River flow into the vast expanse of the Indian Ocean. With little to no shade provided by the palm trees characteristic of our island, we recommend using an appropriate amount of sunscreen to enjoy the tropical weather by the sea. The water sports in Bentota are world-renowned, and there is something for people of all ages. Water sports in Bentota include a cruise on the river as well as other water sports activities such as water skiing, windsurfing, banana ride, wakeboarding, jet-skiing, tube rides, sea diving, snorkelling and surfing. If you are new to the world of water sports, there are courses offered by various water sports centres to guide you through your stint with the waves. Bentota is generally a town filled with tourists, especially as they come for the water sports that are offered by almost all the resorts that are present there. The city thrives on its wide variety of water sporting activities along with its top of the notch facilities that they offer tourists and local visitors as they partake in the games.
Overnight stay at hotel in Bentota.
After breakfast you will reach to 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.Then you will visit Unawatuna. On this list of best beaches in Sri Lanka, a name sure to appear is Unawatuna Beach. Unawatuna is one of the biggest tourist destinations in Sri Lanka and is the most “famous beach in the country. It is a lovely banana-shaped beach of golden sand and turquoise water, surrounded by green palm trees!The cool and placid waters of the Indian Ocean with high temperatures all the year round and naturally clear water provide excellent opportunities for water sports such as sailing, wind surfing, diving, water skiing and scuba diving. Many hotels located on the beach offer various facilities for these water sports.
Just an hour away from Sri Lankas capital city, Colombo, this beach is a heaven for beach bums. With fancy restaurants, bars, shacks, beach properties, shopping streets and fun activities worth engaging in that are carried out in the surrounding areas, Unawatuna beach is a great spot to unwind, ditching the routine.The beach looks like a banana and has golden sand with sparkling water. Here, the lush palm trees not only make the beach look extra scenic but also contribute to keeping the environment pleasant on most days.The beach also has arrangements of sunbeds, mats, and umbrellas which also prove to be a blessing for anybody who decides to watch the sun take a dip in the ocean whilst reveling in the sundowner.Tourists can avail of these sunbeds on rent from vendors that are easily spotted here. The local Sri Lankan culture reflects through various features at the beach.
Overnight stay at hotel in Unawatuna
Today you will drive towards Galle.First you will visit Galle fort. The Galle Dutch Fort happens to be one of the treasured historical monuments of Srilanka located on the southern coast of the country. The fort was constructed by the Portuguese in the course of their reign in Srilanka and was later renovated by the Dutch. The fort is one of the most The fort displays an amazing amalgamation of age-old architecture and antiquity in the middle of astounding natural beauty.You will come across a number of lively shops, cafes, exhibition halls, lifestyle stores, and villas, which adds to the beauty of the place. It would be just amazing to move by the walls witnessing the intricate artworks and sheer craftsmanship. Proceed to visit Galle lighthouse, Mahamodara sea turtle hatchery centre, Still Fishing,etc
After visit Galle, proceed to visit the Mask Factory in Ambbalangoda.Sri Lankas traditional art and culture scene brims with uniqueness. Representing it in all authenticity for decades is Ambalangoda Mask Factory Museum. Enter this haven of ancient culture and you`ll find intriguing masks staring at you.