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Kahandamodara, Tangalle, South Coast, Sri Lanka.
Location : Tangalle

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Ahangama & Midigama
 It is a well known fact that Sri Lanka contains some of the best beaches in the world and therefore it is no surprise that is also has one of the best surfs in the world. Ahangama and Midi...
Ambalangoda
 Seclusion, relaxation and peace are what you will find in the charming coastal town of Ambalangoda.  Just 54 miles from Colombo it has beautiful beaches with pristine blue warm waters whi...
Bundala National Park
 Where the land, the sea and the wetlands meet is none other than Bundala National Park. Located in the Hambantota district, this park is known for its vast biodiversity. Boasting many spec...
Dickwella Blowhole (Hummana)
 Dickwella is a sea side town in the southern coast of Sri Lanka. Dickwella boasts some of the most beautiful stretches of beach with warm blue waters. It is quieter than the usual coastal ...
Galle
 No other place in Sri Lanka has its Portuguese, Dutch and British history alive today as much as the city of Galle. The coastal capital of the southern province offers more than just histo...
Hambantota
 Hambantota is a coastal city in the South of the Island.  Hambantota has never really been the center of attention until the recent government came into power. The current government star...
Kataragama
 A sacred site to both the Hindu’s and Buddhists is the sacred site of Kataragama. One of the best times to visit is during the Kataragama festival. Visitors can respect and observe the r...
Matara
 Renowned for its natural beauty such as golden sandy beaches, thick green paddy fields, tea plantations and spice plantations is the town of Matara. This location is a hot spot with lots o...
Mirissa
 If you are looking for a peaceful beach holiday or a romantic getaway by the beach there is no place better than the coastal town of Mirissa. For a picture perfect holiday of golden sands,...
Galle Fort
 Ceylon was colonized by three European nations, Portuguese, Dutch and finally the British. The Galle fort which located facing the Indian Ocean in the town of Galle, on the southern coast ...
Singharaja
Singharaja, one of the largest viable rain forests in the world, is enclosed by Galle, Matara and Rathnapura districts in Sri Lanka. The forest is spread over 11,187 hectares and it is 1.5% ...
Yala National Park
Yala national park is the most ancient and the second largest wilderness park in Sri Lanka. It conquers a piece of land spread over 129700 hectares in south eastern reaches of the island and...
Hiyare Rain forest
Hiyare rainforest bordered by the Hiyare reservoir is a secondary lowland rainforest with a high diversity and endemism of species that spans over 600 acres in Galle district. The reservoir ...
Ambalangoda Masks
Ambalangoda is well known for its traditional masks and puppets, hand carved from light Balsa and hand painted, which make them extremely unique and colourful....
Dagoba in Unawatuna
Unawatuna is a small coastal strip with a fabulous beach and near the beach atop a hill stands a gleaming white dagoba. ...
National Maritime Museum (Galle)
The National Maritime Museum in Galle, Sri Lanka is located within the Galle Fort. On March 2010, it was reopened at the Dutch Warehouse of the Galle Fort as the National Maritime Archaeolog...
Dutch Reformed Church
The Dutch Reformed Church, near the Amangalla Hotel, was originally built in 1640, but the present building dates from 1752 to 1755...
Galle National Museum
The Galle National Museum is established in the oldest Dutch building of the Galle Fort, constructed in 1656....
Purvarama Maha Viharaya
Around five km beyond Koggala lies one of the south’s most absorbing temples, the Kataluwa Purvarama Mahavihara....
Koggala and Madol Duwa
Home of the famous writer Martin Wickramasinghe, the town offers a museum of folk, art and culture in his honour. The museum includes costumes of folk dancers, sports items, household items ...
Lankagama Brahmana Falls
This fall is situated in the border of the Sinharaja Forest with 17m heights, fed by the Hariyawa brook. This brook had been dammed at the point where the right and left branches meet. A hyd...
Moonstone factory
Sri Lanka is famous for its precious gems and moonstone. Moonstones belong in the semi-precious category but are an important component of the gem business. ...
Rumassala Beach
According to the legend of the Rama Rawana war, Rama’s brother Luxhmana was injured and Hanuman was sent to the Himalayas to fetch medicinal herbs. Hanuman forgot the name of the herb but ...
Seenigama Devalaya
Seenigama Devalaya (Temple) is located by the Colombo - Galle main road, just before the Hikkaduwa Town....
Abarana Falls
According to folklore, the two metre fall derives its name from the fascinating but sad story of King Wijebahu. The King was married to beautiful twin sisters, both seven months’ pregnant....
Madunagala Hermitage
The Madunagala Vihare is situated a few miles away from Ambalantota, in the jungle. The journey takes about 30 minutes along the tarred road. A red dirt road leads to the temple about 12.5 k...
Madunagala Hot Springs
Madunagala Hot Springs is a wonderful creation of nature in all its natural beauty. Historically, these hot springs flowed into a natural water hole. The reason being that these thermal wate...
Mulgirigala Rock Temple
The ancient Mulgirigala temple is located 30 minutes inland from Tangalle in Sri Lanka’s south. ...
Ramba Vihara
The Ramba Vihara in the Hambantota District is an archaeological site and a monastery. It lies midway between Embilipitiya and Hambantota in the A18 between the villages and Siyambalangoda G...
Kechimalai Mosque
The oldest recorded Moorish settlement in Sri Lanka, Beruwala is home to the oldest mosque in the island. Just north of the hotel colony, the Kechimalai Mosque is built on the spot where the...
Sella Kataragama
Located five km from Kataragama is the small town of Sella Kataragama. The tree lined, well sheltered road make the drive pleasant. Sella Kataragama is the place where god Kataragama first m...
Athamala Falls
Athamala Falls is so named as an elephant is said to have died after being swept along in the powerful water, which tumbles down an impressive 52 metre drop. The area surrounding the fall is...
Dickwella City
Dickwella, also known as Dikwella and as Dikwella South, is a small coastal market town in the Matara District in the Southern Province of Sri Lanka. ...
Kirala Kelle
Kirala Kelle, as the Sinhalese name implies, is a ‘mangrove forest’ covering an area of 1,800 ha, accessible from Matara-Hakmana and Matara-Akuressa roads and three km from Matara. It is...
Lighthouse at Dewi Nuwara
Just over a kilometre south of Dondra town, a British built octagonal lighthouse (1889) marks the southernmost point in Sri Lanka....
Matara Star Fort
The southern town of Matara is famous for two forts, the main Matara Fort and the Star Fort. The better preserved of the two is the smaller Star Fort located on the north bank of the Nilwala...
Mirissa beach
It has been known that Sri Lanka is one of the top places to go whale and dolphin watching as they swim so freely close to land. Since of late it has become the best place in the world to ob...
Polhena Beach
Although Matara sits beside a long stretch of coastline and some sandy beaches, the best place to swim, snorkel and soak up the sun is at low-key Polhena Beach a few kilometres west of Matar...
Kirinda
Kirinda is a small but beautiful village on the southern coast of Sri Lanka, 10 km south of Tissa and close to Kataragama. It has a beautiful beach and a Buddhist shrine built on a huge roun...
Tissa Maha Dagoba
Standing in all its grandeur is the Maha Stupa, built by King Kavantissa in the 3rd century BC, which is situated between the town and the tank. During the time it was built, it was the larg...
Tissa Wewa
The beautiful Tissa Wewa in Tissamaharama is an expansive artificial lake built by King Kavantissa in the 2nd century BC of the ancient southern kingdom of Ruhuna. ...
Wirawila Wewa Bird Sanctuary
Between the northern and southern turnoffs to Tissa, the Hambantota Wellawaya road runs on a causeway across the large Wirawila Wewa (Reservoir). ...
Yatala Dagoba
By the Tissa-Deberawewa road is the Yatala Dagoba, built 2,300 years ago by King Yatalatissa with its surrounding wall of sculpted elephant heads and a moat and large moonstone. There is als...
Kolawenigama Temple
The Kolawenigama Temple stands three km from Pallegama, which is located three km from Deniyaya, and is of modest proportions but has a unique structure that resembles Kandy’s famous Templ...
Lunugamvehera National Park
Lunugamvehera National Park, being the immediate catchment of Lunugamvehera reservoir, covers an extent of 23,498.8 hectares in Monaragala District of the Uva Province. This was established ...