Our sensual full day journey to incomparably beautiful city of Galle is designed to catch glimpses of the city including its beautifully preserved colonial Dutch fort. Enhance your experience in the charm city of Galle which is arguably interested to play a great part in tourism attractions in Sri Lanka. This historic city tour to down south of Sri Lanka will begin from with a well experienced & knowledgeable driver guide to instruct you with all the details.
During your day trip to Galle, you can explore the beauty in Galle Dutch Fort which was first built in 1588 by the Portuguese. Along the way to this colonial Dutch fort you can witness the injured & saved turtles at the Kosgoda Turtle Hatchery, scenic view of stilt fishermen at Waligama, museums located in the oldest Dutch building and many more shopping spots in the stunning city of Galle.
Discover the history of Galle’s rich heritage through their historical collection in maritime museum that almost a century old. A visit to Telwatta Tsunami museum to witness the impact of the natural catastrophe called tsunami that has happened in Sri Lanka.
After the lunch proceeding to enjoy the breath-taking views on the Golden beach of Bentota & to Madu River to experience a fantastic iconic encounter around the beautiful Madu Island.
What You Can Expect
According to our customized escape to Galle will be begin from pick up at your hotel in Negombo or Colombo at about 7 a.m.
Start to enhance your experience in the charming paradise by visiting the Turtle Hatchery in Kosgoda where you can witness protected sea turtle eggs and wide variety of Marine Turtles including disabled ones.
Afterwards, head on to Weligama to catch the splendid views of old & mind boggling activity of stilt fishing that is the most interesting, traditional fishing method in Sri Lanka.
Then we would give you the opportunity to experience the most Unforgettable encounter to witness the enchantress of beautifully preserved colonial Dutch Fort which was recognised as a UNESCO world heritage. Discover the historical value of this early colonial creatures which were built by the Portuguese in the late 16th century with the endless ocean that is on one side.
Afterwards reaching to Telwatta Tsunami museum to witness the impact of the Tsunami disaster that has happened in 2004.
After having an authentic Sri Lankan lunch directly proceed to view and relaxed on the scenic golden sandy beach in Bentota.
As all good things must come to an end, your mesmerizing journey with USP Lanka tours will be come to an end hereafter a bunch of unforgettable memories you will return back to the commercial city of Colombo.
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Mon – Sat 8.00 – 18.00 Sunday CLOSED