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Pigeon Island Resort

11 Milepost, Nilaveli, East Coast, Sri Lanka.
Location : Nilaveli

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Places to See
Nilaveli
Close your eyes and imagine a paradise beach, once you visit Nilaveli you will finally realize that it actually exists. Creamy white sand with a tinge of gold, aquamarine crystal clear water...
Batticaloa Fort
 Also known as the “land of the singing fish” is  Batticaloa. Batticaloa surrounded by lagoons and rebuilding its future after the end of a bloody civil war that destroyed the face of ...
Batticaloa Lighthouse
Also known as the “land of the singing fish” is Batticaloa. This lively city situated on the Eastern Province of Sri Lanka was once caught up in the blood of the civil conflict and there...
Batticaloa
 Fondly known as the “land of the singing fish” is Batticaloa. This bustling city located on the Eastern Province of Sri Lanka was once caught up in the blood of the civil conflict and ...
Kaudulla National Park
 Kaudulla National Park is the best place for a true Sri Lankan safari. It is home to 250 wild elephants and it they can be spotted in abundance. This national park is exceptional for viewi...
Minneriya
 In between the town of Habarana and the ancient ruins of Polannaruwa lies the supreme eco tourism destination which is known as Minneriya National Park. This thick jungle is home to many s...
Pasikudah and Kalukudah
 Pasikudah and Kalkudah are two small towns which are based by the most pristine beach you will ever see. Completely out of touch with civilization for over thirty years due to the civil wa...
Polannaruwa
 No one will be failed to be amazed by the ancient civilization and ruins of Polannaruwa. It dates back from the 10th century BC and the wonders of this fabulous civilization are still pres...
Maduruoya National Park
Maduruoya National Park was established in order to make a habitat for the animals that were displaced by the Mahaveli Development Project. It lies over 58,849 hectares in dry zone of Sri l...
Minneriya National Park
Minneriya national park spans over 8890 hectare land that is covered with dry mixed evergreen forests and scrublands, in Polonnaruwa district. The most prominent feature of the park is Minne...
Somawathi National Park
The eco system of Somawathi National Park is rather different when compared to the parks in Sri Lanka, since it is located in a delta of Mahaveli river, nearly 20 km north east of Polonnaruw...
Wasgamuwa National Park
 Wasgamuwa national park spreads over 36, 948 hectare land which lies within central and north- central provinces. It was originally designated as a strict nature reserve in 1938 and subseq...
Flood Plain National Park
Flood plain national park is located in polonnaruwa district in North Central Province, 233Km away from Colombo. It was established in 1984 under the Mahaveli River development project. Sinc...
Pigeon Island National Park
Pigeon Island is one of the two marine national parks in Sri Lanka, located 1 km off the Nilaveli coast in Tricomalee district in eastern province. This island is renowned nesting ground for...
Koneswaram Kovil
Located in Trincomalee, the Koneswaram Temple was constructed by King Kulokoddan in the third Kaliyugaya, and consists of 1,000 columns, according to an inscription found on the doorway to t...
Dutch Fort Trincomalee (Fort Fedrick)
The Portuguese completed the construction of the Fort in Trincomalee in 1624 after destroying the Koneswaram Temple on Swami Rock. Originally the Fort had only three Bastions but when it was...
Nilaveli beach
Nilaveli beach is considered one of the purest white sand beaches in Asia and can effortlessly lay claim to being the best beach in Sri Lanka. The beach remained protected from tourists and ...
Velgam Vehera
15 km from Trincomalee off the Trincomalee-Horowpothana road stands the ancient Velgam Vehera temple dating back to 2 AD. Hindus know it as the Natanar Kovil, and in 992 AD the invading Chol...
Hot Springs - Kinniya
This group of seven natural hot springs lies off the Anuradhapura-Trincomalee road in Kanniya. The hot springs are of varying temperatures and have tall walls built to separate them from eac...
Kantale Tank
Located on the Polonnaruwa-Trincomalee road, the Kantale Tank is an ancient reservoir built by King Aggabodhi II (604-614 AD) covering an extent of 3,750 hectares. Constructed for the irriga...
Trincomalee Harbour
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Giri Handu Seya
Tiriyayi, located 35 km off Trincomalee, is a place of Buddhist interest. Ruins of an ancient Buddhist monastery have been discovered here. A Sanskrit inscription on a rock names the shrine ...
Swami Rock
Legend holds that Swami Rock, a rocky outcrop, was once a colossal Hindu temple dedicated to Lord Koneswara. A new temple is now built near the location. Friday evening pujas here are very c...
Pigeon Island
Just off Nilaveli, lies Pigeon Island, a little rocky islet where the blue Rock pigeons breed, and whose waters around are a paradise of colourful fishes. Popular with tourists, the island c...
Trincomalee Beach
Trincomalee is the gateway to a couple of finest beaches in the eastern coast of Sri Lanka, namely Uppuveli and Nilaveli, located 6 km and 16 km off the town. The beaches, with knee deep sha...
Trincomalee Navy Museum & Ostenburg fort
If you visit Trincomalee you must visit Navy Museum in Trincomalee, this also named as Hoods Tower Museum. Located at Ostenburg fort. A small fort built at the entrance to the inner harbour ...
Lover’s Leap
Next to Koneswaram Temple is Lover’s Leap. The name kind of gives it away but it is indeed a favourite suicide spot, with a sheer drop to the ocean crashing against the rocks below. There...
Marble Beach
One of the most beautiful beaches in Trincomalee and a famous beach in Sri Lanka, Marble Beach is situated near the China Bay Air Force camp. If the sea is not rough you can see the surface ...
Chapel Hill (Trincomalee Bay) Light House
Foul Point. The Chapel Hill lighthouse lies on the North of the Trincomalee Harbour. This lighthouse is currently operated by the Sri Lanka Ports Authority. Its focal plane is 111 m (364 ft)...
Arugam Bay Lighthouse at Foul Point
Sampur, which was liberated by the security forces from the LTTE terrorists in 2007, is home to one of the most famous lighthouses in the country. The Lighthouse at Foul Point has been guidi...
Pasikudah Beach
Pasikudah Beach is the perfect place for people who would like to learn how to swim. The sand here is mostly flat up to 200 meters off the shore. At the same time, it has a great natural atm...
Batticaloa Lagoon
Batticaloa Lagoon is a very large estuarine lagoon in Batticaloa District, eastern Sri Lanka. The city of Batticaloa is located on land between the lagoon and the Indian Ocean. The lagoon is...
Kurusa Palliya (Holy Cross Church) – Marawila
In 1920, the parish priest of Marawila, Rev. Fr. Ferdinand Thiri decided to place a cross in the cemetery in the midst of a flourishing coconut estate, a 100 yards west of the sea. The cross...
Marawila Beach
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Siva Devale
The Siva Devale is located in Polonnaruwa old city between the Royal Palace complex and the sacred Quadrangle. The builder of this Hindu Shrine is not clearly identified. However, it is beli...
Parakarma Samudra
The Parakarma Samudra is a big artificial lake situated in the west of the Old Town and is one of the most striking features of Polonnaruwa which is nearly 1,000 years old. ...
Nissanka Latha Mandapaya
Nissanka Latha Mandapaya is a unique structure in the ancient city of Polonnaruwa in Sri Lanka. Built by King Nissanka Malla (1187-1196) and named after him, it is located near the western e...
Lankathilaka Viharaya
One of the most emblematic structures of the ancient kingdom of Polonnaruwa, the Lankatilaka Vihara was built by King Parakramabahu I. It is a Buddhist shrine, where the attention is focused...
Nissanka Malla Palace
This palace, said to have belonged to King Nissanka Malla (12th Century), is situated in the Dipuyyana or Island Park, a promontory jutting out into the Topawewa. ...
The Quadrangle
Situated in the heart of Polonnaruwa, a few yards northwest of the Siva Devale, the complex is known as the Quadrangle. Some of the most magnificent monuments of Polonnaruwa (about 12) are c...
Tivanka Image House
The Tivanka Image House, the largest among the brick-built shrines of Polonnaruwa is built in the style of Thuparamaya and the Lankatilaka. Here stands the mighty Tivanka image of the Buddha...
Royal Palace
The Royal Palace, built by Parakramabahu I in the 12th century, is an impressive seven-storey building with palatial rooms, audience halls, and chambers famous for its fine stone carvings an...
Rankot Vihara
The second biggest building in Sri Lanka, Rankot Vihara is a 55m high building built by Nissanka Malla in the 12th century. Rankot Vihara is the largest finished dagoba. The design of the bu...
Gal Vihara
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Vatadage
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Baddhasima Pasada
The Baddhasima Pasada is situated with Lankatilaka and Kiri vihara on the Alahana Parivena complex. The Baddhasima Pasada is also known as a convocation hall....
Kiri Vihara
Situated together with the Baddhasima Pasada, the Kiri Vihara is the best preserved Dagoba in Polonnaruwa. Kiri Vihara is the ‘milk-white shrine’ named for its exterior of gleaming white...
Potgul Vihara (The Monastery)
Built by King Parakramabahu, Potgul Vihara is situated in southern part of the town. The roof of the monastery has almost collapsed but the sound effects of the round room are still excellen...
Hatadage
Hatadage is an ancient relic shrine in the city of Polonnaruwa, Sri Lanka. It was built by Nissanka Malla, and had been used to keep the Relic of the Tooth of the Buddha. The Hatadage had be...
Agastaya
Also known as statue of Parakramabahu, Agastaya, a rock sculpture built in the 12th century, is situated with the Potgul Vihara in the southern part of the town....
Giritale Tank
Giritale Tank is surrounded by forest area, with Minneriya National Park and Kaudulla National Park being the closest. Both Minneriya and Kaudulla are home to a vast array of wildlife includ...
Thiriyai Vatadage
Located 45km from Trincomalee, this is one of the best monuments on the East Coast of Sri Lanka. The ancient monument’s history dates back to 7AD when a Chinese pilgrim wrote that he saw t...
World War II Cemetery
The Trincomalee War Cemetery is located along the Trinco-Nilaveli Road and was built in honour of the soldiers who died during the period of World War II. ...