Beach Tour 01

14DAYS 13NIGHTS

Day 01

AIRPORT/NEGOMBO  (Approx. 25 minutes drive – about 15 KM )

Arrive in Sri Lanka. You will be met by a representative of MAC Travels and transferred to Negombo.

Dinner & Overnight stay at Jetwing Blue at Negombo.


Day 02

NEGOMBO

Early breakfast at hotel and visit to local fishing village by the sea shore and witness the fishermen bringing their catch to the shore. It is a community effort pulling fishing nets to gather the harvest. It is an experience to the clients to join the community by pull nets.

Thereafter visit to the Negombo Fish Market

The Fish Market in Negombo...The fish market is held every day in the week excepting on Sundays. You will find a great collection of colorful fishes A vast expanse of sea shore in Negombo remains covered with small species of fishes. The fishermen use the sea shore for the drying purpose of their fishes. The fish market is held in the down town near the Old Dutch Fort Gate. It is at a distance from the main tourist area of Negombo. One can find fishes and sea creatures of all shapes and sizes displayed. It is an amazing sight to be sure. Large and small quantities of all these fishes are displayed everywhere.

Dinner & Overnight stay at Jetwing Blue at Negombo.

Day 03

NEGOMBO / TRINCOMALEE (Approx. 06 hours drive – about 300 KM )

AM     After breakfast leave for Trincomalee.

Arrive in Trincomalee and Check in to Hotel.

PM leave to visit the city of Trincomalee.

The largest bay on the eastern side of the island is connected by rail and road. There we find an oceanic temperate climate and sunny throughout the year, with beaches of fine sand.

The coast of Trincomalee is famous for underwater activities and whale watching. Formerly, it was a Buddhist center called "Gokanna" and later a Hindu Kovil was built on the site. After decades of conflict in the country, the city of Trincomalee is now reopened to the public.

Dinner & Overnight stay at Jungle Beach in Trincomalee.


TRINCOMALEE

AM Breakfast at hotel and spend the rest of the day at leisure by the beach.

OPTIONAL: Boat trip to the “Pigeon Island” 

Pigeon Island National Park consists of two small islands off the east coast north of Trincomalee. The island gets its name from Blue Rock Pigeon, a native endangered bird who lives within the rocks in these islands. The islands were declared a sanctuary in 1963 for the purpose of protecting these birds. In 2003 this area was upgraded to the status of a National Park and the boundaries were extended to include coral reef around them. The islands are situated about 1 km off the Nilaveli coast in Trincomalee District.

Dinner & Overnight stay at Jungle Beach in Trincomalee.

Day 04

TRINCOMALEE / PASIKUDAH (Approx  02 ½ hours drive – about 125 KM )

AM     After breakfast leave to Pasikudah.

Since the end of the civil war in 2009 and the completion of Tsunami rehabilitation projects, Pasikudah has become a popular tourist destination amongst locals and foreigners alike. This is because Pasikudah is known to have one of the longest stretches of shallow coastline in the world.

Check in to hotel.

Dinner & Overnight stay at Uga Bay in Pasikudah.


Day 05

PASIKUDAH

AM     Breakfast at Hotel and spend the rest of the day at leisure by the beach.

Dinner & Overnight stay at Uga Bay in Pasikudah

Day 06

PASIKUDAH/ ARUGAM BAY (Approx  03 hours drive – about 150 KM )

AM Afterbreakfast leave for Arugam bay.

Mid Afternoon Arrive at the hotel and spend time at leisure.

Arugam Bay is a bay situated on the Indian Ocean in the dry zone of Sri Lanka's southeast coast. The bay is located 320 kilometres (200 mi) due east of Colombo, and approximately 4 kilometres (2.5 mi) south of the market town of Pottuvil. The main settlement in the area, known locally as Ullae, is predominantly Muslim, however there is a significant Tamil and Sinhala population to the south of the village, as well as a number of international migrants, largely from Europe and Australia. While traditionally fishing has dominated the local economy, tourism has grown rapidly in the area in recent years. Tourism in Arugam Bay is dominated by surf tourism, thanks to several quality breaks in the area, however tourists are also attracted by the local beaches, lagoons, historic temples and the nearby Kumana National Park.

Dinner & Overnight stay at Kottukal Beach House on Arugam Bay.

Day 07

ARUGAM BAY

AM Breakfast at the hotel.

Get up early to admire the spectacular view of the sunrise. Free time to enjoy the beach and you have the opportunity to practice surfing. Also visit the beautiful sites of the region, Buddhist temples, wildlife etc..

Dinner & Overnight stay at Kottukal Beach House on Arugam Bay.

 

 

Day 08

ARUGAM BAY / TANGALLE (Approx  04 ½ hours drive – about 230 KM )

AM   After Breakfast leave to visit Tangalle.

The uncrowded small resort of Tangalla, 295km (122 miles) from Colombo, 48km (30km) east of Matara, & roughly midway along the south coast, is one of the most pleasant places in the region for a lazy beach holiday. If you wish a blast with watersports, shops, restaurants & nightlife, Tangalla isn't the place to come; Bentota Bay Beach Resort is. But if your are in search of great expanses of beautiful golden sandy beach to crash out on, you are on the right beach. Facing east, the small town centre straddles a freshwater lagoon where a small river flows into the sea, with a fishing harbour at its mouth. North of the harbour are villages of Medaketiya & Medilla, to the south, beyond a low headland, are villages of Goyambokka and Pallikaduwa. 

Arrive to Tangalle.

Dinner & Overnight stay in Anantara Peace Haven at Tangalle.


Day 09

TANGALLE 

AM     Breakfast at Hotel and spend the rest of the day leisure by the beach.

Dinner & Overnight stay in Anantara Peace Haven at Tangalle.


Day 10

TANGALLE / MIRISSA (Approx 01 hour drive – about 50 KM )

After breakfast, departure to reach the coast and the Indian Ocean and enjoy the beautiful beach of Sri Lanka

Arrive to Mirissa.

Optional: Opportunity to practice surfing and other water sports.

The small village of Mirissa is a quiet fishing village on the southern coast of Sri Lanka. Quietest beach in southern Sri Lanka, Mirissa is a great spot for snorkeling: colorful fish, coral, etc. It's also a good place for surfing. The best time to visit the southern beaches is from December to March.

Check in to Hotel.

Dinner & Overnight stay in Mandara Resorts at Mirissa.

Day 11

MIRISSA

Early in the morning around 00 6H, starting in Mirissa with a packed breakfast, enjoy tunique moments with whales, the largest animal known on the planet, surpassing even dinosaurs!

According to scientists, Sri Lanka is the best place in the world to observe whales and sperm whales and dolphins also their cousins. The Sri Lankan waters act in a pleasant and peaceful home for these large animals. Moreover, it was also found that they live all year along the Sri Lankan coast while they are rather migrating elsewhere. As a result these people currently around the island is known as the largest colony of blue whales in the world.

The incredible spectacle of whales playing in the turquoise waters of the Indian Ocean is a memory that you will keep in memory forever.

Dinner & Overnight stay in Mandara Resorts at Mirissa.

Day 12

MIRISSA / GALLE (Approx 45 minutes drive – about 35 KM )

AM After breakfast leave for visit Galle.

Galle is a World Heritage of UNESCO and the most interesting historic town of Sri Lanka. Galle long been an important city because of its natural harbor and its strategic location. The city is mainly renowned for its Dutch Fort. Among the colonial forts in Asia, the Fort of Galle can boast an extraordinary story and a notable architecture dating back to colonial times. There are still colonial houses, many of which are in very good condition. Now they still serve as government offices or as residences. Thus, this historic site is still alive. The lighthouse, the mosque, the Dutch church, the New Orient Hotel building are the other prominent places in Galle.

Arrive to Galle.

Dinner & Overnight stay in The Fortress at Galle.

 

Day 13

GALLE 

AM     Breakfast at Hotel and spend the rest of the day at leisure by the beach.

Dinner & Overnight stay in The Fortress at Galle.


Day 14

GALLE / AIRPORT (Approx. 04 ½ hours drive – about 155 KM )

Then transfer to the airport for departure.


Kite Surfing

Surfing taken to new heights. Feel the wind in your hair, the sun on your face and see the waves of the ocean beneath your feet as you cruise through the air in this exotic sport. Kite Surfing is the new style of adventure surfing that should not be missed!

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Boat Safari

What could possibly be better than a safari? An extraordinary Boat Safari! Combining the gorgeous element of water and animals, you have the chance to enjoy a lagoon boat ride while enjoying the aquatic life and beautiful landscape. 

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Dolphin & Whale Watching

A mesmerizing sight…..see the dolphins flip into the air as the golden sun sparkles off their fins, or see the magnificent whales that pass by the southern seas of Sri Lanka in the course of migration. Sit comfortably in a fishing trawler as these awesome sights come your way without reserve.

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Surfing

Make your way to the southwestern or eastern coasts of Sri Lanka where the waves are perfect for surfing. Ride the waves with confidence as you leave your cares behind with the support of professional instructors and guides.

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Diving

Let the vivid colors of the world beneath the Indian Ocean draw you to an adventure unlike any other. Explore the corals that line the southwestern coast and swim alongside the shoals of fish that find their home in this pristine habitat. Take a close look in to the magical aquamarine life underneath the exquisite Indian Ocean. 

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Arugam Bay

The Southeast coast of Sri Lanka is blessed with Arugam Bay where tourists and locals alike, love to surf due to the presence of some quality breaks. Awesome beaches, lagoons, and the Kumana National Park is also to be experienced here.

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Negombo

The fishing town of Negumbo on the western coast of Sri Lanka is a city under modernization, but has still retained some of its quaint roots. Its proximity to the country’s international airport is also a huge plus.  

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Boat Safari

What could possibly be better than a safari? An extraordinary Boat Safari! Combining the gorgeous element of water and animals, you have the chance to enjoy a lagoon boat ride while enjoying the aquatic life and beautiful landscape. 

Read more

Dolphin & Whale Watching

A mesmerizing sight…..see the dolphins flip into the air as the golden sun sparkles off their fins, or see the magnificent whales that pass by the southern seas of Sri Lanka in the course of migration. Sit comfortably in a fishing trawler as these awesome sights come your way without reserve.

Read more

Surfing

Make your way to the southwestern or eastern coasts of Sri Lanka where the waves are perfect for surfing. Ride the waves with confidence as you leave your cares behind with the support of professional instructors and guides.

Read more