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Set off on the ocean waves to observe the magnificent spectacle of whales and dolphins. This excursion invites you to discover the rare spectacle of the largest mammal in the world, the blue whale. Dolphins sometimes join the dance, providing you with some wonderful holiday memories!
In the bay of Cape Weligama, among coconut trees and wild nature, the Beach Club offers body boarding, surfing, and paddle boarding equipment free of charge. You can even benefit from free lessons and learn these activities on a beach just a stone's throw from Weligama. Seasoned water sports fans can enjoy surfing, bodyboarding, and paddle in Weligama Bay.
The Beach Club provides snorkelling equipment free of charge. It's the perfect opportunity to observe tropical fish, multicoloured coral and – if you're lucky – turtles! At an additional cost, you can take courses to pass your PADI exam. The Beach Club also invites the most adventurous guests to set off by boat for a thrilling diving excursion!
On this safari of approximately 3 hours you will encounter elephants, crocodiles, buffalo, iguanas and birds. Finally, this guided tour with chauffeur will take you to Dilmah Conservation, an orphanage for elephant calves brought here after they are abandoned or to dress their wounds. Enjoy the sight of the young elephants being fed, a fascinating experience for adults and children alike!
Situated on the south-western tip of Sri Lanka, some 120 km from the capital Colombo, Galle is a fortified city that bears witness to its rich Portuguese and Dutch colonial past. Its architecture and the remains of some Dutch buildings have earned it the title of UNESCO World Heritage Site. You can enjoy its gentle way of life during this brief plunge into history, visiting its stupas and churches.