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Being so close to a number of attractions, sites of historic importance and biological significance, The Habitat Kosgoda encourages guests to explore the surroundings. These include the sea turtle hatchery, traditional mask shops, ancient temple of Kande Vihara, the Galle Fort, and whale-watching. The Habitat is central to all the above sites as well as locations for water sports.

Beeralu Lace Making

Lace making is a popular craft in the city of Galle and one of the most popular and artistic is ‘Beeralu Lace Making’.
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Diving & snorkeling

Venture out into the sparkling waters across the island. Dive into a world of its own where you will see abundant species of coral and many species of fish who call Sri Lanka home. In some parts of the island, you can even witness shipwrecks close to the coast providing a unique experience to diving enthusiasts.
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Ambalangoda Mask Factory & Museum

Ambalangoda mask factory is the centre for making unique Sri Lankan masks. At the Mask Museum you can walk through a vibrant collection of these fine pieces of art, each carrying a folklore story of Sri Lankan history and culture.
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As for Galle activities, the seaside city of Galle dates back to the sixteenth century and stood accumulating its rich culture through the colonial periods of the Portuguese, Dutch and British. Today Galle is an archeological treasure trove.
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Kosgoda Sea Turtle Conservation Project

The Turtle Hatchery Kosgoda, Sea Turtle Conservation Project was established to protect the Sri Lankan turtle from extinction. Kosgoda is a prime turtle nesting site and the project engages the local fishing community in its efforts to conserve turtles by monitoring their activity and conserving nesting sites.
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Lunuganga architecture garden is the country home of world renowned Sri Lankan architect Geoffrey Bawa. Here he experimented with his ideas about space, light and landscaping all through his long and successful career. Recognised for his unique ability to blend distinct buildings with their natural surroundings, Lunuganga embodies this great architect’s flair in every sense.
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Madu Ganga – River Safari

The Maduganga river enters the sea at Balapitiya and is a stunning setting of winding waterways with pristine mangrove forests and many islands within. Recognised by the Ramsar Convention of Wetlands of International Importance, the river is home to many species of ecological significance. Colourful birds fly above as monkeys perched atop trees grin down at you and water monitors swim by.
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Moonstone Mine

Sri Lanka has been drawing travellers to her shores for thousands of years in search of the most exotic and valuable gems. One of the most popular gems, the moonstone is striking for its pale blue transparent stone that shimmers.
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Whale Watching In Mirissa

Sri Lanka is a major location for whale watching and it is situated within an international whaling commission's protected zone in Indian Ocean. The sight of these magnificent, giant creatures as the rise high in the air draws many marine enthusiasts to Mirissa
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