• Beaches

    Unawatuna Beach

    Close to Galle, is a beach resort popular with tourists as well as local travellers. A fine reef for snorkeling. Placid deep blue sea, frequented by turtles who come here to lay their eggs by night.


    Mirissa Beach

    “Whale Watching in Mirissa” has been most popular attraction among the tourists who visit sri lanka. Mirissa is the closest point to where blue whales are inhabited because it has appropriate environmental conditions to live these giants.
    Mirissa is the largest fishing port on the south coast.


    Tangalle Beach

    Located at the south most tip of Sri Lanka, Tangalle beach attracts some of the more affluent tourists who wants to spend a silent and a private holiday at a villa that is as like their own and also popular as the starting point for Whale and Dolphin watching expeditions owing to its close proximity to one of the main whale migrating routes, the area is considered as one of the best in the world for whale watching.



    Arugambay is the southern most beach resort of the eastern coast. It is a very popular surfing center ranked 3rd among the best 20 beaches of the world by the British Surfers Association.


    Nilaveli Beach

    Described by some as the finest beach on the East Coast this 15 kilometer stretch of beach extends from Uppuveli which is 5km from Trincomalee to Nilaveli which is 15km away. With crystal clear blue water and white beaches, Nilaveli is beach is a very popular destination amongst sun worshippers.


    Hikkaduwa Beach

    Hikkaduwa is the place for underwater delights. Site of the famed coral gardens, hire a glass-bottomed boat or goggles and flippers and explore the fantastic under your feet.

    Clouds of reef fish and corals, French frigate shoals, NWHI

    Kalkudah Beach

    Kalkudah is 32km from Batticaloa, Kalkudah bay facing east, boasts of clear, calm reef protected sea idea for bathing.


    Pasekudah Bay

    Close by, has a fine bay with clear waters, which opens to the north. An offshore reef shelters a sandy beach and keeps the water, calm and clear.


    Kalpitiya Beach

    Kalpitiya is a peninsula set in between the deep lagoon of Puttalam to the east and the magnificent Indian Ocean to the west. It is an unrivalled marine sanctuary with a diversity of habitats ranging from bar reefs, flat coastal plains, saltpans, mangrove swamps, salt marshes and vast sand dune beaches.
    Presently the attraction is the Dolphin and Whale population which could be watched without sailing out to the deep seas.