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40 km South of Colombo the resort of Kalutara was an important spice port during the colonial era. Later coconut was planted extensively throughout the region and its by-products such as coir rope, rugs, brooms and brushes are a major source of income for its local population, today its golden sandy beaches, beach bars and restaurants make it a popular tourist destination.



55 km South of Colombo the resort of Beruwala is where the first moor traders from the Arab world established their settlement, the town centre is still a very busy trading centre, however just a few kilometres away you will find tranquil and pristine palm shaded beaches and a bay that is ideal for bathing throughout the year



60 km South of Colombo, Bentota offers the traveller the total holiday package, long stretches of golden sandy beach a lagoon and a river. Swimming, diving, body surfing and a wide range of water-sports including Wind surfing, Jet skiing, para-sailing and boat safaris along the river or lagoon. The resort is also famous for its ayurveda centres and most 5 star hotels offer spa facilities.



116 km South of Colombo, Galle is considered as the gateway to Southern Sri Lankas’ exciting wildlife and nature reserves. The historical landmark of Galle is the Old Dutch fort built by the Portuguese in 1505, it fell to the Dutch in 1640 and the British took over in 1796, the combination of history, easy access to wildlife and nature and some wonderful stretches of golden sandy beaches make it a popular resort for the adventurous traveller.



143 km South of Colombo, Weligama with its wonderful sweep of sandy bay is a popular tourist resort, famous for its fisherman with their unique style of fishing while perched on stilts. It is also an excellent base from which to explore the Southern highlights of Sri Lanka including low grown tea & rubber plantations, spice gardens and wildlife & nature reserves and in recent times it is gaining popularity as a destination for whale watching.



37 km North of Colombo, Negombo is traditionally a fishing village, and a morning visit to the local fish auctions gives the visitor the opportunity to meet the colourful fishermen of Negombo. Negombo is also a lively and popular beach resort with golden sandy beaches, beach bars and sea food restaurants and accommodation options to suit any budget.



Approx 275 km from Colombo on the East coast of Sri Lanka, Nilaveli with its pristine and soft white sandy beach is a popular resort North-West of Trincomalee town. Ideal for sunbathing and excellent for diving, snorkelling off an island located a few metres offshore is truly a wonderful experience.

Arugam Bay

Arugam Bay

Approx 320 km East of Colombo on the East coast of Sri Lanka, Arugam Bay is a popular destination for surfers and tourists, it is known as one of the best surf points in the world. The widespread jungle areas, wetlands and nearby lagoons is rich in birdlife and wild life, and the best times to visit is between November and March.

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