Departure: Mirissa, Unawatuna, Galle, Tangalle
Departure from other locations also available, contact us to check the price.
Duration: 2 days
Sri Lanka, known as the pearl in Indian Ocean, is famous for its wonderful coast with several whale's route migrations. Whale watching in Sri Lanka is one of the great opportunities for those who would like to have a close look at the biggest animal ever lived on the Earth- Blue Whale since the dinosaur time.
Day 1: South Tour and Whale Watching
Go to the deep ocean by boat to see the Blue Whale - the biggest animal ever lived on Earth. There are several dozens of species of whales and dolphins, including the blue whale, the largest animal that ever lived on Earth. Waterfowl are not dangerous for humans. They appear above the water surface and gracefully disappear in depth, teasing the audience with luxurious tails and multimeter fountains of water. This is one of the most unique and exciting excursions offered in Sri Lanka.
Turtle Farm. Next, we will be able to visit the turtle farm. The main objective is to preserve the sea turtle farm for the next generation. The work centers on raising turtles was launched in 1980s of 20th century. During this time, people released into the ocean several millions of sea turtles
Boat Safari. We go on Safari on the River in the jungle. We can see the island of birds on which the locals grow cinnamon, Island of snakes and the island with an ancient temple, surrounded by a jungle.
Galle Fort. Finally, you visit Galle. Galle is abig unmissable destination in the south,the most perfectly preserved colonial town in Sri Lanka, and an atmospheric piece of time-warped island history.
Day 2: Colombo
Visit Hindu temple:Visit the main Buddhist temple in Colombo-Gangaramaya, where we can meet with Theravada, ancient remains to the present day branch of Buddhism, see a lot of interesting things that were pressented by visitors to the temple and now constitute an amazing historical collection, such as the little gold statue of Buddha, which can be seen only under the magnifying glass, the stupa of pure gold, inlaid with diamonds and rubies, the largest elephantine tusks and many other amazing things, donated the temple for many years of its existence. We also see the Temple located in the heart of a beautiful lake surrounded by a variety of birds.
Victoria Park and the Town Hall, also known as the Viharamahadevi Park (Viharamahadevi Park). The opening of the natural corner took place after the end of the second world war August 24, 1951 onwards
The new Parliament building was built in the classicalSri Lankanarchitectural style. At the end of the tour we leave time for shopping, if our customers need to buy any souvenirs, clothes, tea, etc.