Sri Lanka Beach Tours
- Sri Lanka
- Sri Lanka Beach Tours
- 11 Days
Sri Lanka Beach Tours
What makes Sri Lanka unique, so that it can be called the “Land like no other”? The answer to these questions are that Sri Lanka is a land which fulfils a tourist’s need when it comes to relax by the sun and sand, gauging yourself in the nature’s wellness and to revisit the artefacts, history and heritage of colonization. At the same time it also provides the peripheral value offerings of shopping, outdoor activities(wildlife safari, surfing, hiking, trekking, whale watching, jet skiing, kayaking, mountain climbing in Sri Lanka), and custom packaged offerings. If you want to fall in love with the beaches and spend your time in sun soaked beaches which are neat, clean, and fun then don’t delay, book your tour now.
Tour Plan -12 days / 11 nights (Sri Lanka Beach Tours)
- Day One / Airport - Negombo
- Once you arrive at Bandaranaike International Airport, which is one of the two international airports serving the city of Colombo, you will be greeted by our tour representatives, and from there your journey towards Negombo will begin. Negombo is known for its huge and old fishing industry with busy fish markets, sandy beaches, and a host of resorts which are situated right next to the beach.
- Day Two / Negombo - Bentota
- After breakfast you will start your journey towards Bentota. Bentota is famous for its adventure tours which include Parasailing, Jet-Skiing, Kayaking & Banana Boat Riding. Other attractions at Bentota include, Turtle Hatchery, and Brief Garden - the house and garden of renowned Sri Lankan landscape architect, Bevis Bawa, the older brother of architect Geoffrey Bawa.
Your overnight stay will be at a cosy Bentota Beach Hotel.
- Day 3 / Bentota
- You will be given the chance to savour the whole day in Bentota and soak your body and soul in the sandy beaches.
- Day 4 / Bentota - Galle - Unawatuna
- After breakfast you will start your journey towards Galle. Galle is the best example of a fortified city built by the Portuguese in South and Southeast Asia, showing the interaction between Portuguese architectural styles and native traditions. The city was extensively fortified by the Dutch during the 17th century from 1649 onwards. The Galle fort is a world heritage site and is the largest remaining fortress in Asia built by European occupiers. The view from Galle Fort is something you cannot get anywhere else, with sea on one-side and the buzzing city on the other-side, you should keep your cameras ready for the picture of your life-time.
After your stop at Galle, you will proceed towards Unawatuna. Unawatuna is a coastal town in Galle district. Unawatuna is rich in its biodiversity. Over sixty species of endemic birds, including Terns, Egrets, Herons, Sandpipers, Kingfishers, as well as rarer species such as the Lesser Whistling Duck, the Asian Palm Swift, the White Breasted Water hen, the Turnstone Loten's Sunbird, and the Black Bittern have been sighted in the locality.
Unawatuna is a real happening place with extravagant beach parties that take place almost every day, and please do leave a lot of time for you to cherish the vibrancy of the night party.
Your overnight stay will be at a cosy Unawatuna Beach Resort.
- Day 5 / Galle - Arugumbay
- You will start your journey towards Arugam bay and your overnight stay will be at a cosy Arugam bay Resort.
- Day 6 / Arugumbay
- Arugam Bay is locally known is a popular surfing and tourist destination for Lagoon tour, bird watching, elephant watching, Kumana National Park, Kudumpigala monarchy and many ancient ruins & archaeological sites.
Your overnight stay will be at a cosy Arugam bay Resort.
- Day 7 / Arugumbay - Passekudah
- You will leave Arugam Bay and make your way towards Paseekudah. Paseekudah has become a popular tourist destination amongst locals and foreigners alike. This is because Paseekudah is known to have one of the longest stretches of shallow coastline in the world. In other words, people walk kilometres into the sea because the water is only a few inches deep and the current is relatively weak. Paseekudah is easily accessible from Trincomalee and Batticaloa, both of which cities have star class accommodation.
Your overnight stay will be at a cosy Paseekudah Resort.
- Day 8 & 9 / Passekudah - Trincomalee
- After breakfast, transfer to Trincomalee.
Trincomalee is famous for its beaches which provide calmness and are also a scenic beauty on their own. The area is clean and unspoilt, which makes bathing and swimming fun. The sea is so shallow, such that people can walk at least hundred meters into the sea without the water reaching the chest. Another tourist attraction is whale watching.
There are the seven hot springs of Kanniya, on the road to Trincomalee. A high wall bounds the rectangular enclosure which includes all seven springs. The water is warm, the temperature of each spring being slightly different.
Koneswaram, the Hindu temple documented in several medieval texts is also a tourist attraction. The entrance to the roadway leading to Koneswaram is actually the entrance to what used to be Fort Fredrick. The fort was built in 1623 by the Portuguese and captured in 1639 by the Dutch.
Your overnight stay will be at a cosy Trincomalee Resort.
- Day 10 / Trincomalee - Colombo
- You will make your way back to Colombo, and your overnight stay will be at a plush Colombo hotel.
- Day 11 / Colombo - Airport
- After breakfast you will be taken around Colombo. The Colombo city tour will be in an open bus or a vehicle of choice based on the weather.
- Day 12 / Colombo - Airport
- After breakfast, transfer to the airport for the departure flight.