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Wadduwa Things to Do

The Taprobana is close to a number of locations that are of historic importance. In addition, nature-lovers will find the close proximity to the turtle hatchery, river safari of the Madhu Ganga, and water sports presenting a huge draw. The Taprobana is enclosed in a richly cultural region that includes both Sri Lankan heritage as well as the country’s colonial heritage. For lovers of art and architecture, the proximity to Lunaganga, home of Sri Lanka’s most famed architect, is required viewing.

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.
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Galle Fort

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 popularly known as Galle Dutch fort.
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Kosgoda Turtle Hatchery

The Kosgoda Sea Turtle Conservation Project was established to protect the Sri Lankan turtle from extinction.
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Lunuganga, is the country home of world renowned Sri Lankan architect Geoffrey Bawa.
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Madu Ganga – River Safari

The Madu ganga river enters the sea at Balapitiya and is a stunning setting of winding waterways with pristine mangrove forests and many islands within.
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Whale Watching in Mirissa

Splendid indoor and outdoor banqueting facilities
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