Tangalle - Sri Lanka's True
Experience Sri Lanka holiday adventure in
Sri Lanka is a wild and untamed country filled with natural
wonders throughout its land. Sri Lanka is an island country in the northern Indian Ocean. It is very near to India
and Maldives, It is a republic country governed by a president. It has a 1600km of palm fringed coastline, Golden
beaches washed with aquamarine, historical monuments, Festivals with Cultural essence, makes this nature filled
country the ideal destination for holiday.
Sri Lanka offers numerous palm fringed beaches on its long
coastline to enjoy as part of your holiday adventure in Sri Lanka
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Along with its traditional essence, Sri Lanka tourism also
offers various adventurous activities like scuba diving, water skiing, windsurfing, kayaking, yachting and many
others. This country has many beautiful beaches like Tangalla, Beruwala, Mirissa, Bentota and Unawatuna. Since
these beaches have become a major tourist attraction and they are surrounded by exclusive resorts, boutique hotels,
sandbars, etc. and these beaches also have glowing coral reefs under them.
Tangalle is the natural paradise of Sri Lanka, it is located
around 195km from Colombo, 35km from Matara. This beach is one of the best spots along the coast of Sri Lanka. This
is the best choice if you would like to relax, get tanned and soaked in the sun. This destination can be reached by
both train and bus. Hired transportation options are also available. It exhibits fine sand filled beaches which are
best for swimming and diving. This lazy city has a few reminders of Dutch days. Many small bays and beaches are
nearby to this beach, within 3km.
Srilanka has a tropical climate, temperatures varies throughout
the country. The mountainous areas of Sri Lanka are often cold, about 15 degrees Celsius. But the north-eastern
coast is the hottest part of the country, around 30 degrees Celsius. Temperatures on the coastline of the
south-western half of the country are about 27-29 degree Celsius all year round. In Tangalle it would be mostly
sunny all-round the year.
The imposing large statue of Buddha at the Golden Temple
in Dambulla is a popular sight with visitors to Sri Lanka (Image by
In Tangalle, there are many restaurants offering various
cuisines, try their traditional food which would be very tasty and delicious. Srilankan cuisine includes rice and
various veg and non-veg curries, since Tangalle is a seashore, you would be left with many choices in Seafood.
Coconut would be an important ingredient in Srilankan cooking. If you would like to explore the street food, this
would be the perfect place. Don't miss their tender coconut as well.
All range of accommodation is available in Tangalle, Cheap
hotels, budget hotels and luxury Hotels. Turtle observation camps are also available. Few best hotels in Tangalle
are Buckingham Palace, Coco Tanagalla, Turtle Bay, Amanvellam, Pal Paradise Cabanas and many.
Things to do in
There are many things to do in Tangalle. They
2. Sun Bathing
4. and Snorkeling
5. Tangalle is filled with exceptional Flora and Fauna, where you can watch
6. Visit the stunning rock monolith of Mulkirigal, located 20km to the north, and it has
beautiful caves with wall painting and Buddha statues.
7. You can also watch Sri Lanka's famous stilt fishermen perched on a vertical pole
planted in the sand underwater, they would be holding the stilt with one hand and the fishing rod in the other.
They would catch small fish with just a crude fishing pole and a hook with no bait.
One of the many wall paintings found in caves at the Rock Mountain in
(Image by Freeimages.com)
So, do you agree that Tangalle is definitely the paradise of
Srilanka? Wait no more, pack your bags to this untamed location to merge with nature. Srilankan Visa process is
quiet simple if you are applying for a tourist visa. Travellers who wish to travel to Sri Lanka have to apply for
their Sri Lanka visa and get ready to visit the beautiful country like Srilanka.
Ruby Andrew’s author bio
Ruby Andrew lives in Bristol, UK and is an avid reader and blogger. Since her early years
she’s had a passion for writing. Her articles have been published in leading UK newspapers. Her areas of interest
are food, reviews (Book/Movie), Travel, Fashion, and Lifestyle. She works as a guest blogger on her chosen areas of
interest and currently writes on behalf of Sri Lanka
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