When you're at Turtle Eco Beach Hotel, you are in a wonderful place to go to discover the wonders of nature that offers southern Sri Lanka.
Enjoy! Discover! Treat yourself!
Whale and Dolphins Watching
PRE-BOOK YOUR WHALE OR DOLPHIN WATCHING
We can arrange the boat trip (large) and drop you to the harbor by tuktuk, with a picnic lunch box and mineral water for Lkr 9000 per person. All included.
The trip start from Mirissa harbour. Duration is 3 to 4 hours according to whales and weather conditions. 6 am is the departure time from the hotel.
You will watch blue whales, killer whales, pilot whales and dolphins spotted all year long in deep south ocean. Fun knowledgeable crew. Responsible wild life viewing.
Experienced captain, 100% safety (life jacket). Government registered company.
Yala National Park and Udawalawa Safari
PRE-BOOK YOUR SAFARI WITH OUR TRAVEL DESK
Advance booking tickets and Safari Jeep are open for your safari to the Yala National Park.
We can arrange one day trip for each Safari park starting from the hotel early morning (4.30am) with transport to the Park (Lkr 9,000 per person, for 1 to 6 pers.).
Elephants, Crocodiles, deers, white peacocks and ….leopard in Yala National Park.
Elephants, deers, monkeys, crocodiles and Elephant nursery in Udawalawa.
Entrance Fees per pax is 30 Usd and jeep hires for 35 Usd.
Discover the Fantastic Snake Farm
BOOK IN ADVANCE YOUR SNAKE FARM VISIT
This small snake farm is a family owned business which is well known for its remedies for snake bites. The owner will show you numerous highly poisonous and dangerous cobras to green tree snakes which are not. Children delight. We can arrange a tuk tuk to get you there, it’s a 20 minutes drive from hotel.
Sinharaja Forest World Heritage site
PLAN A ONE DAY VISIT AT THE SINHARAJA FOREST!
This rainforest reserve is a biodiversity hotspot and was named as Unesco World Heritage site in 1989.
The incredible variety of endemic species is remarkable. One day trip recommended. SINHARAJA RAINFOREST can also be described as a Tropical Lowland Rainforest or Tropical Wet Evergreen Forest .
Whatever its ‘technical’ name, it is undoubtedly a rich treasure trove of nature with a great diversity of habitats and a vast repository of Sri Lanka’s endemic species found no where else in the world. BIRD WATCHING in this ecosystem is particularly interesting because it is home to 95% of the endemic birds of Sri Lanka ! This lowland evergreen rain forest is steeped in deep legend and mystery. The word ‘Sinharaja’ means, Lion (Sinha) King (Raja), and it is popular belief that the legendary origin of the Sinhala people is from the union between a princess and the lion king who once lived in the forest!