Starting at 8 am : an early morning towards Galle on the south-western tip of the island. En route we stop off at an intriguing Mask Factory and Workshop in Ambalangoda, where you can see craftsmen plying their trade and browse a gallery of unique brightly-coloured masks which can be purchased as a souvenir or gift.Upon arrival in Galle we set out on a city tour. One of the main highlights is Galle Fort, which offers a charming reminder of the Dutch colonial era. Constructed in 1663, the fort encompasses a remarkable collection of European architectural structures and Sri Lankan traditions, and was named a World Heritage Site in 1988. There is also the Galle National Museum, with a selection of ornamental objects made of ebony, tortoise shell, ancient wood and lace on display.Later we board a canopied boat for a scenic cruise along the Madhu River, passing dozens of mangrove covered islets and stopping off at sites along the way such as a 200-year old temple, and to watch locals farming cinnamon. We may also get the chance to see traditional Sri Lankan fishing techniques in action.
Half Day Tour ( 6 Hrs)
Galle is a major city in Sri Lanka, situated on the southwestern tip, 119 km from Colombo. Galle is the administrative capital of Southern Province, Sri Lanka and is the district capital of Galle District. Galle is the fifth largest city in Sri Lanka after the capital Colombo, Kandy, Jaffna and Negombo.
|Galle||Approximately US$ 60.00|
- Transport in an Air-Conditioned car with an accompanying English speaking Chauffeur Guide.
- Government Tax (11%)
- Early check-in & Late check-out.
- Entrance/excursion fees to the places mentioned in our itinerary.
- Tips and other expenses of a personal nature
- On-line payment using a personal credit card (Amex/Visa/Master). Log in details will be sent on confirmation.
- Bank transfer.