SEE ADVENTURE | AQUATIC TOUR
Go where you feel most alive................
“The Aquatic Tour”
Duration– 09 nights / 10 days
Route – AirPort / Benthota / Mirissa / Unawatuna / Hikkaduwa / Colombo /Air Port
Day 01 | Arrival (transferred to Mirissa) Overnight Mirissa
Day 02 | Mirissa (Surfing…Riding the Tide) Overnight Mirissa
Day 03 | Mirissa (Surfing…Riding the Tide) Overnight Mirissa
Day 04 | Mirissa (Surfing…Riding the Tide) Overnight Mirissa
Day 05 | Mirissa (Whale Watching at Mirissa) Overnight Mirissa
Day 06 | Mirissa-Hikkaduwa (Visit Galle Fortress/ leisure on the beaches of Hikkaduwa) Overnight Hikkaduwa
Day 07 | Hikkaduwa (Surfing, snorkeling/SCUBA Diving in Hikkaduwa) Overnight Hikkaduwa
Day 08 | Hikkaduwa (Surfing, snorkeling/SCUBA Diving in Hikkaduwa) Overnight Hikkaduwa
Day 09 | Hikkaduwa-Colombo (River Safari/ Turtle Hatchery/Sightseeing in Colombo)
Day 10 | Colombo / Airport (Proceed to airport for departure)
Bentota Resort complex in a romantic rendezvous of river and sea with several hotels, railway stationa , post offices, shopping arcade, cafeteria and open air-theatre showing folk and mask dancing – with clusters of palms overlooking everything. Interesting boat trips to the hamlets bordering the river and the Meethiyagoda moonstone mines nearby. Most hotels have facilities for water sports.
Mirissa and its breathtaking sandy beach pretty much transforms your dreams and visions of a tropical paradise into an everyday reality.Located close to the Southern tip of the Island of Sri Lanka.This secluded crescent shaped beach is the perfect place to sit back, relax and forget about all the hussle and bussle of your other life that’s a million miles away.This small sandy tropical beach boasts some of Sri Lanka’s best and most stunning sunsets and sunrises. All the Guesthouses and homes are set back from the actual beach giving you the impression that you are on a deserted palm fringed island. Every now and again the silence is broken by the sound of a coconut falling on the sand or a chilled beer being opened by someone further up the beach.
Closer to Galle, is a beach resort popular with tourist as well as local travellers, its provide the beach facility Galle lacks.Hotels , guesthouses, and resturants line the beach road aimd lush green vegetation.A fine reef for snorkelling. placid deep blue sea, frequented by turtles who came here to lay their eggs by night.
Known only as a fishing village in the past, Hikkaduwa has now become a major tourist attraction due to its beautiful location and natural resources such as clean beaches, corals, clear waters, and sun that tourist value the most.
Situated in the Southern province of Sri Lanka, Hikkaduwa is located 100Km from the Bandaranayke International Airport which can be reached either by bus, train, or by a private vehicle. The town is located on route from Colombo to Galle and can be reached when travelling down a road named as the Galle Road. The main attractions in Hikkaduwa are the coral gardens and the sandy beaches that travellers regard as ideal for wind surfing and snorkeling. Hikkaduwa’s Coral Sanctuary, guarantees that underwater world can be seen by anybody whether they can dive or not. The city is also famous for its vibrant nightlife and reaches its peak season in the period from October to April where surfers from Australia, UK, Japan, Italy, Israel, and U.S.A. are high in numbers. Luxury hotels, fine restaurants, cafes, and tour guides are located in numbers in the beach area of Hikkaduwa to cater to the demand from the tourists.
Hikkaduwa invites travellers and water sport lovers to indulge in holidays filled with the sun, sand and sea. If you want to shop in Hikkaduwa, plenty is offered such as clothes, jewelry, souvenirs, batiks and paintings, etc. Hikkaduwa is the ultimate place to visit if you want to have a relaxed holiday filled with fun, swim, shopping and excitement.
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