Description

Start from hotel around galle and start from Galle city walk and Galle Fort. Then we will proceed to Hikkaduwa.After taking the lunch,  visit to Tsunami Photo Museum.Then we will have a small visit to moon stone mine at Meetiyagoda.While on the way to Balapitiya - madu river sadari,you will be able watch a turtle hatchery.At last you can enjoy the adventurous feeling of madu river safari. Finally drop off at the pick-up point. I will make every effort to see that you are comfortable, relaxed throughout the journey.

Galle Fort

Explore the nearly 400-year-old Galle Fort and the many heritage sites that stood firm even in the midst of violent calamities, including the Boxing Day tsunami in 2004. Journey through time as you walk along its streets. Visit the historic ramparts or walls that make up the UNESCO World Heritage Site and take in its cultural and architectural views.

Hikkaduwa

Hikkaduwa is Famous for its long sandy beach, west-coast Hikkaduwa also boasts good waves for surfers, reefs for snorkelers and divers, plus sand-side hotels, restaurants, and bars.

Tsunami Museum

The tsunami museum and cultural centre is situated at Telwatta in Peraliya.You will be able to see the photographs of the world`s worst train disaster and tsunami memories.

Moonstone Mine

One of the best known primary gem deposits in Sri Lanka is the largest pegmatite vein of Moonstone at Meetiyagoda.You will be able to visit how people work at moon stone mines

Madu River Safari

Madu River is a wetland, near the Small town Balapitiya - Sri Lanka. The water of the Madu 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. birds, crocodiles etc.


Note: This itinerary can be changed according to your personal preferences. Your transportation and accommodations can be arranged for attractive prices. Hotel reservations also may be arranged as your wish.

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