Tours and Trips are organized to your taste and request.
Hikkaduwa coral reef is a typical shallow fringing reef with an average depth of around 5 metres (16 ft).The coral reef reduces the coastal erosion and forms a natural breakwater.The coast of the national park extends four km. Generally the coast is narrow, ranging from 5–50 m according to the climatic conditions of the year. Scuba diving is a popular recreation here.
Sri Lanka's south coast between Galle and Mirissa is one of the most reliable sites in the world for seeing Blue Whales and Sperm Whales, two of the most sought after marine mammals, as well as large pods of Long-snouted Spinner Dolphins. Sri Lanka is becoming a major spot for watching Whales and Dolphins due to the gathering of ocean giants in Mirissa, Kalpitiya and Trincomalee .
surfing hotspot in Sri Lanka, Mirissa beach offers waves for nice turns. Morning period is the best. The beach is clean and clear and a great start off point for a run into the waters. The blue waters offer a good ride for beginners and experienced surfers. Mirissa beach is an unpopulated beach.
This is leopard country, and they are the Lords of the Jungle! With a leopard density that's higher than anywhere else on this planet, these menacing predators prowl majestically in Yala, while
elephants roam in their numbers with cautious deer scampering by their side.
The colossal Buddha statue is a wonderful mastter piece.the hight of the statue is 88 cubits (39m) The highly significante of this
temple is the tunnel shrine.It is 3km from matara town on the matara - kataragama main road turn to
left at meddawatta junction and drive 1.1/2 km along the Yatiyana road and turn to left at Weraduwa junction
and you can reach the temple.
Hummanaya is the only known blowhole in Sri Lanka and it may be the second largest blowhole in the world.