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Galle Excursions

Old world hospitality meets contemporary luxury in this colonial house transformed into a boutique hotel. The hotel is ideally situated on Sri Lanka’s southern coast, in close proximity to places of religious and cultural importance, wildlife, stunning underwater marine life and unparalleled diversity.

Kanneliya Rainforest Trekking

The Kanneliya Rainforest covers more than 50km and is the second largest primary forest area in Sri Lanka. The forest is renowned for its watershed value and is only an hour and a half from the centre of Galle.
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Galle Fort Tour

Our guided tour of the Galle Fort explores this scenic UNESCO World Heritage Site in all its splendour.
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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 & Snorkelling

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.
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Handunugoda Tea Estate

This charming family estate of a 140 years tells the story of southern tea. Demonstrative of great British engineering, some of the factory machinery is over a century old and still in smooth use. The ‘virgin white tea of Handunugoda’ is a signature tea of this estate.
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The top of Rumassalla hill offers one of the most scenic views of the island - green sloped hills totter down to the golden beach visible for miles, as the Indian ocean unfurls beyond.
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Whale Watching in Mirissa

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