Unawatuna always reminds about the beautiful sandy beach and the calm blue sea and its wonderful sea creatures and indeed it is, not only the Unawatuna beach there are many more hidden beaches around Unawatuna with equal tranquility, to name some, the Rumassala South Beach and the Bonavista reef close by, Mihiripenna beach,. Rumassala South Beach is arranged alongside the Rumassala slope in Unawatuna. It is otherwise called Jungle Beach and is situated close to the Galle-Matara primary street. The sea shore can be recognized effectively alongside the hills where there is a little sanctuary on its pinnacle and rich greenery in the encompassing woodland. The huge peace pagoda in the wilderness was built by a Japanese priest in 2005. Rumassala is a territory with a noteworthy and unbelievable foundation. The sea bordering Rumassala has the Bona Vista reef, home to some of the best-preserved coral in the island. The summit of the hill provides an excellent view across Galle Harbour towards the VOC Galle Dutch Fort. And inland, the view is enchanting with the sight of Adam’s Peak far away.
The Mihiripenna beach is a little seashore generally swarmed with tourists and local people. Be that as it may, it is far less swarmed than the primary sea shore in Unawatuna. There are little cafés in the territory and it has a decent environment. The Mihiripenna beach is an excellent sea shore with safe swimming for the whole family. It is nearby with Turtle Beach in Unawatuna and has numerous cafés where tourists can enjoy a reprieve. It is known as one of the best natural pools in Sri Lanka.