Paddle board is ever becoming more popular in Sri Lanka. Paddle boat is easy to learn and gives you a wonderful experience.
Bentota is the water-sport capital of Sri Lanka and club Bentota is the exclusive spot for surfers, jet skis,
water skis, speed boats and much more.
Madu River Safari
A lovely island with mangrove caves and you get the chance to go through them.
Fishing nets and foot massage from the fish. It’s on the south coast of Sri Lanka.
This moonstone mine is located in the village of meetiyagoda near Ambalangoda, is where moonstone is most commonly found
concentrated within an acre of land.
The mysterious gem as captivating as the full moon gleaming in the night sky, is considered scarce and has been used in jewelry
for centuries. The most sought after moonstones have a haunting blue sheen, an effect produced by the orthoclase feldspar, which
is found almost exclusively in the gem mines of Sri Lanka. Here, you can even go down into the deep, narrow shafts from which the
stones are mined and witness the process yourself.
National zoological gardens
• Dehiwela zoo is one of the oldest zoological gardens in Asia founded in 1936.
Currently, Dehiwela Zoo houses 72 species of Mammals, 65 species of Birds, 31 species of Reptiles,
89 species of Fish, 03 families of Amphibians and 30 species of butterflies etc.. The total number of
animals varies from 2500-3000 due to breeding and free living colonies of birds. Dehiwela zoo supports and
promotes conservation by breeding certain rare and endangered species through proper animal welfare.
Turtle farm and mask factory
This turtle farm focuses on the rehabilitation of wounded turtles, whether injured by humans, garbage or trash.
Many turtles off the coasts of Sri Lanka are found hurt without the ability to survive on their own and sea turtle nesting ground.
Mask making is a popular tradition in Sri Lanka, many Sri Lankan mask artisans ply their trade along the western, south western
and southern coasts of the island of these, the ambalangoda area on the south western coast of Sri Lanka is renowned for its talented
Handy craft factory
Balancing the unmatched individuality of handcrafting with the efficiency of simple manufacturing processes.
This is only water park in Sri Lanka where you get the wave pool, Kiddies pool, Aqua trail,
Multilane (mat ride), Lazy River, Ladies pool, Octopi’s, Thunder cruise & cruise.
Galle Fort Tour
The south coasts major city is Galle, whose oldest landmark is the massive Portuguese and Dutch which is a "World Heritage Site" in which the central city is contained. But the city maybe much older. Some scholars believe it to be the "Tarshish" of the old Testament, to which King Solomon sent his merchant vessels, and to which Jonah fled from the Lord. Today, the 90-acre Galle Fort shows no evidence of the portuguese northern wall in a great rampart in 1663. A second, taller wall was built inside of it. Between the two walls, a covered passage connected the central bastion with the forts two half bastions overlooking the sea.
The Dutch also installed a sophisticated drainage system, complete with brick-lined
underground sewers that were flushed twice a day by the high and low tides. The original gate to the fort was by the harbour. It is still there, marked by British coat-of-arms on the front and Dutch V.O,C ( Vereenigde Oost Indische Compagnie ) with the Coat-of-arms with a rooster crest,on the inner side of the Fort.
GLASS BOTTOM BOAT SAFARI
Hikkaduwa is world famous for its coral sanctuary. Volunteers can go on glass bottom boats
to witness the beauty of the marine life in and around the corals. This activity is only
available during Winter (December – March)
Glory Lanka Volunteering & tours can help you with arranging the trip, so that all you’ll have
to do is Get on the boat and enjoy the trip.
The volunteers can also have a sea bath at this location.
Surrounded by nature at its very best, you will learn everything you need to know about tea, while witnessing the
step by step process of manufacturing followed by tea tasting where you will get to experience different flavours of tea while gazing
at the panoramic view.Surrounded by nature at its very best, you will learn everything you need to know about tea, while witnessing the step by step process of
manufacturing followed by tea tasting where you will get to experience different flavours of tea while gazing at the panoramic view.
Inside the jungles of Kitulgala lies the Rapid filled rivers in which White water rafting is done.
White Water Rafting gives a moment to enjoy the stunning tropical scenery in the region where high banks of the river are surrounded by a wonderful jungle
If you are looking for an adventurous fun filled activity, White water rafting is what you’re looking for!
SARADIEL VILLAGE THEME PARK
Ancient Sri Lankan hero Sura Saradiel’s village commonly known as ‘Sri Lankan Robin Hood’ historically known for his
countless engagement with the British. This 19th century traditional village is created on an area of 6 acres. It takes you through
a trail that brings back alive these ancient legends.
The Theme park offers the best scenic views from one of the highest elevations in this city.
The zoo spreads over extent of 44 acres which has been landscaped without harming its natural beauty. It is home to a number of native & non-native animals.
It features a special open section which displays free roaming Sri Lankan leopards which is guaranteed to be a beautiful sight.
PINNAWALA ELEPHANT OPHERNAGE
Pinnawala is currently a home for 93 elephants the concept was actualized by the late Hon. to the many orphaned elephants
found in the jungles of Sri Lanka. Over 20 elephants have been bred here, the elephants are taken to the river twice a day for
a bath and all the babies less than 3 years are still bottle fed by the mahouts and volunteers.
been bred here, the elephants are taken to the river twice a day for a bath and all the babies less than 3 years are still bottle fed by the mahouts and volunteers.
KANDY CITY TOUR
Kandy’s skies seem perpetually bruised, with stubborn mist clinging to the hills surrounding the city’s beautiful centerpiece lake.
Delicate hill-country breezes impel the mist to gently part, revealing colourful houses amid Kandy’s improbable forested halo. In the centre of town,
three-wheelers careen around slippery corners, raising a soft spray that threatens the silk saris worn by local women. Here’s a city that looks good even when it’s raining.