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Glass Bottom Boat and Snorkelling Tour Excursion, Sri Lanka

Region: west-coast | Location: Hikkaduwa
Sri Lanka Glass Bottom Boat and Snorkelling Tour
 Other regions: ancient-cities | capital-colombo | east-coast | hill-country | south-coast
Sri Lanka not only offers fine golden beaches but also a varied and interesting coral. Visitors can experience the reef, carpeted with colourful corals and populated by countless tropical fish and turtles with a glass bottom boat trip or by snorkelling.

Tours to the Hikkaduwa Region, Sri Lanka

 

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Sri Lanka Turtle Hatchery TourTurtle Hatchery TourBeruwalawest coast
  
 

Sri Lanka Glass Bottom Boat and Snorkelling TourGlass Bottom Boat and Snorkelling TourHikkaduwawest coast
 Located on the South coast of Sri Lanka, Hikkaduwa has a very vibrant lifestyle and is always bustling with some beach party or the other, Hikkaduwa is also home to one of Sri Lanka's largest coral formations, so planning a diving or snorkelling tour of the world beneath the waves is a must for any visitor to the island. The beaches of the region are dotted with a wide selection of surfboard rental shops, so guests are free to rent a board and brave the swells off the Hikkaduwa coast. Hikkaduwa is located 109 Km south of the bustling city of Colombo, but since the completion of the Southern Expressway travel to and from Hikkaduwa is a breeze.
 

Sri Lanka River SafariRiver Safari west coast
  
 

Sri Lanka Wilpattu National ParkWilpattu National ParkWilpattuwest coast
 Wilpattu is one of the oldest National Parks in Sri Lanka Located in Northwest coast lowland dry zone of Sri Lanka. Featuring over 31 species of mammals and a diverse list of reptiles and amphibians.
 

Sri Lanka Dolphin and Whale Watching at Kalpitiya areaDolphin and Whale Watching at Kalpitiya areaKalpitiyawest coast
 Kalpitiya is remarkably untouched by tourism yet despite its natural beauty. It is one of the best places to see spinner dolphins and whales. If you are lucky enough you will spot a large pod of dolphins as they glide and jump out of the water, showing off their impressive acrobatic skills.
 

Sri Lanka Kite Surfing at KalpitiyaKite Surfing at KalpitiyaKalpitiyawest coast
 Kalpitiya has become one of the hot spots for kite surfing in Sri Lankan. People from all around world come to Kalpitiya lagoon which has a 100 meter wide strip of sand separated by the Indian Ocean.