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Historical Mansion Museum

The Historical Mansion Museum in Galle Fort can be best described as a hoarder’s paradise showcasing artifacts dating back to pre-portugese era, through the dutch period and post british rule. The building preserved it’s dutch architectural style during renovation by...

Sithuvili Gallery

Craft making is a part of the proud heritage of Sri Lanka and can be dated back to 2000 years. If you are looking to experience the art and culture of Sri Lanka, Sithuvili Gallery is a must-visit!  The gallery was founded by the artist Janaka De Silva in 2004 who felt...

Galle Fort Jumpers

Many visitors of Galle have phrased witnessing the fort jumpers, jumping off from the fort into the ocean as one of their key highlights of their visit to Galle. Jumping off the ancient citadel walls started in the early 90s which is much similar to bungee jumping,...

Galle International Cricket Stadium

Cricket is a very popular game in Sri Lanka. It was first introduced to the country during the British rule. Galle International Stadium is located near the Galle Fort and is surrounded by the Indian Ocean. It is known for its picturesque cricket field.  During the...

CocoBay Unawatuna wins the “Safe and Secure Award”

We are happy to announce our hotel Cocobay located in Rumassala Road, Unawatuna has been awarded the “Safe and Secure” certification by the Sri Lanka Tourism Development Authority (SLTDA).  We are committed to provide a safe and secure environment for our guests by...

Unawatuna: Visit Baby Sea Turtles at Habaraduwa Hatchery

Sri Lanka is one of the breeding grounds for endangered sea turtles however due to the overdevelopment of the coastlines has resulted in a reduction in the sea turtle population.  Habaraduwa, a small city located in between Galle and Mirissa is home to the Habaraduwa...
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