Activities To Do

Swimming, Surfing, Whale Watching & More..

Koggala Lake Boat Rides

Koggala Lake is a large unspoiled lake located within few kilo meters away from town. Bird watching at evening is a breathtaking. At the entire lagoon is teemed with prawns and birds. You are allowed to take boat trips and explore the islands around the Koggala lake.

Sea Turtle Hatchery

There is a Turtle hatchery at the border of Koggala city. Purposely it was built to conserve and promote Sri lankan Tourism. Since 1996 the hatchery is trying to conserve turtles. Turtles are interested to lay eggs around the Sri lankan coastal shore.

Whale Watching

Whale and dolphin watching in Mirissa is one of the most exciting water activities you can do in Sri Lanka during your holiday. Mirissa is the best place to start your whale and dolphin watching tour in Sri Lanka.

Boat Safari to Madolduwa

We can visit the famous island, Madol Duwa, which was also the inspiration for one of Wickramasinghe’s best loved novels. The book was first published in 1947, and related the story of Upali and his friend Jinna trying to live in the deserted island Madol Duwa.

Wind Surfing

Sri Lanka’s climate is such that the tropical island is hardly out of season for windsurfing. However, the main seasons are during November to April along the South western and Southern coastal belts and April to September along the Eastern coastal belt.

Fishing

Deep sea fishing is also quite different from normal fishing expeditions. You will certainly not come across these species closer to the coastline since they feed and reproduce in these deep ocean waters.

Cycling

Cycling and Mountain biking in Sri Lanka is an excellent way to enjoy the lovely sceneries of Sri Lanka. The network of roads, paths, tracks make the all corners of the small island accessible to the cycling enthusiasts.

Diving

Many of the wrecks are covered in marine life, soft corals, macro critters and large aggregations of schooling fish. Above the surface, Sri Lanka also boasts wildlife reserves, which protect native species such as leopards, porcupines and anteaters.

Sea Bathing

Sea bathing is swimming in the sea or in sea water and a sea bath is a protective enclosure for sea bathing. Unlike bathing in a swimming pool, which is generally done for pleasure or exercise purposes.