Whale Watching Mirissa The Ever Smiling, Mischievous Dolphins Will Put On A Show While Some Of The Oldest And The Largest Sea Creatures, The Humpback And The Blue Whales, Will Nonchalantly Glide Past You, When You Embark On A Whale/ Dolphin Watching Excursion Off The Southern, Eastern Or The West Coast Of Sri Lanka. The Ideal Locations For Whale Watching Would Be Dondra Point (Accessible From Galle, Hikkaduwa And Mirissa) And Trincomalee While The Sea Off Kalpitiya Teems With An Abundance Of Dolphins.
Galle Fort Located Near The Southern End Of The Country, Galle Enjoys A Nice Coast Line. And It’s A District That Enjoys A Great Variance Of Scenarios, From Beaches To Marsh Land To Dry Planes To Hills. To Add To The Natural Beauty, Galle Has A Great History Too. The History Goes In To King Solomon’s Time. It Is Believed That Galle Is The Ancient Seaport”Tarshish”, From Which King Solomon Drew The Ivory And Other Valuables. It’s Been The Most Prominent Seaport Before The Western Rule Of The Country. Persians,Arabs,Greek,Romans,Malays And Indians Were Doing Business Through The Galle Port.
Boat Safari Sri Lanka Is A Real Paradise For All Nature Lovers. Yet Some Places Are Especially Beautiful and Draw Hundreds of Tourists with Enchanting Sceneries and Serene Atmosphere. Madu River Is Located In The South Of Sri Lanka Near Galle. The Water Of The River Is Dotted With Small Islands And The Banks Are All Covered With Lush Mangrove Forests That Are Home To Dozens Of Incredible Animal Species. Enjoy Hundreds of Vibrant Tropical Birds and A Few Crocodiles If you’re Lucky Enough. These Creatures Are Pretty Rare and Don’t Like Crowds.