Holidays to Wadduwa Coast
Located on the western coast of Sri Lanka, about 30km south of the capital, Colombo, the Wadduwa Coast is a famous coconut growing area, and so palm trees make up a big part of the scenery. Despite the favourable climate, Wadduwa is not a famous destination, so remains firmly off the beaten track for most travellers. It is, however, very welcoming to visitors.
A picture perfect stretch of golden sand, clear water and thousands of palm trees. Ideal for sunbathing and watersports.
Mainstream tourism has yet to reach this spot. An off the beaten track beach for chilled sunbathing and super sea views.
World Market, Colombo
This vast market in the capital includes goods from around the globe, but local specialities and crafts pervade.
Colombo National Museum
Sri Lanka’s biggest museum was established in 1877 and is still going strong. Many scientific and cultural gems await.
Turtle Hatchery Tour, Beruwala
The hatchery at Kosgoda, Beruwala, was set up to help stop poachers, and now makes for an interesting tour.
Madu Ganga river safari
An hour’s drive to the south lies the wild and biodiverse river Madu Ganga, best seen from the water on this cruise.
A large range of restaurants mainly specialising in seafood, but with other tastes catered for, sit by the beach.
The capital is well worth a visit, not least for its many exciting traditional and fusion restaurants.
Most of Wadduwa’s nightlife is hotel centred. Blue Water Hotel’s club boasts good music on Fridays and Saturdays.
For a real club experience, head to Colombo. Kama features a range of music, but focuses mainly on techno and R&B.
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