The Villa is fully geared to offer organized tours to places of interest, in any part of the country. They also offer Airport representation, Airport pickup and drops offs.
Some of the more popular tours organized by the villa.
Colombo being the commercial capital of the country boasts of well developed infrastructure and plenty of things to see and do. There’s the Galle Face Green, a large recreational area overlooking the Indian Ocean, the Museum, the Viharamahadevi Park, the Zoological Gardens, Independence Square, the busy bazaar in Pettah, cultural monuments, Buddhist temples, shopping malls and much more. Colombo also plays host to appealing nightlife and entertainment that promises an exciting end to an interesting day in the city.
The newly renovated Hamilton Canal also known as the Dutch Canal is waiting to be experienced. Take a scenic boat ride as it goes past the local fishing villages and watch the people getting about their daily chores. The boat ride will take you all the way to the Muthurajawela Marshes through the Negombo Lagoon. A ride in the opposite direction will enable visitors to visit the Kelaniya temple with its remarkable architecture and murals. All boats are equipped with safety gear and come with experienced guides.
Negombo is a busy fishing village where one can see a multitude of colorful catamarans bringing loads of fresh sea fish to me sold at the fish market called the “Lelama”. The estuarine Negombo lagoon with its extensive mangrove swamps is ideal for a relaxing boat ride while passing the scenic paddy fields and coconut plantations. A visit to the popular Negombo beach is must for beach lovers where visitors can take long strolls on the wide sandy beach, swim, or indulge in a wide variety of water sports. There’s also the possibility of taking a catamaran ride into the sea, where visitors can try their hand at angling.
Muthurajawela which is the largest coastal marshland in Sri Lanka is nature’s treasure trove of endemic species of flora, fauna, fish, reptiles, birds and mammals. Visitors taking a boat ride down the Hamilton Canal at Muthurajawela can feast their eyes on colorful fish, water monitors, and crocodiles many species of birds and plants thriving in a rich natural environment. This wetland ecosystem with its natural beauty is best visited early in the morning when the beauty of dawn breaks on the wetlands or in the evening when the sunset spreads its glow over the marshes.
Situated 130km from the Bandaranaike International airport, Kalpitiya is famed for its beautiful beach and the sighting of large pods of dolphins; the more common ones being the Bottlenose and Humpbacks seen between November and March each year. A boat trip will also enable visitors to catch a glimpse of Sperm Whales and the occasional Blue Whales best seen during November to December and again from March to April. Adding more significance to the Kalpitiya beach is the beautiful coral reef which is home to a wide variety of sea creatures and is a snorkeler’s paradise. Visitors can also visit the beautiful Kalpitiya lagoon which is home to many islands and mangroves with its large population of endemic and migratory birds.
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