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Ratnapura(Gem Mining) – Wildlife Safari Yala National Park – Galle – Hikkaduwa – Kosgoda(Turtle Hatchery).
Negombo - Ratnapura - Yala - Galle - Hikkaduwa - Kosgoda Tour
Negombo / Ratnapura / Yalaprovincial capital of Sabaragamuwa Province of Sri Lanka and the Ratnapura District in which the town is situated. We visit the gem mines and see how the people get the stones out of the pit. We will visit the Gem Museum. After this visit we leave for Tissamaharama (Tissa), we stay there in the Hibiscus Garden Hotel. In the afternoon around 2:30 we will start the Jeep Safari in the Yala National Park. Elephants are the most often-spotted inhabitants of the Yala National Park in the southeast of Sri Lanka, east of Matara, but they share the reserve with 130 different species of birds and other creatures like sambhur, spotted deer, sloths, crocodiles, monkeys, wild boar and porcupines. There is also a small population of leopards. After the Safari around 7:30 we go back to the Hibiscus Garden Hotel.
Yala / Galle / Hikkaduwa / Kosgoda / ColomboAfter breakfast we leaving for Galle, Galle is the best example of a fortified city built by Europeans in south and southeast Asia, showing the interaction between European architectural styles and south Asian traditions. The Galle fort is a world heritage site and the largest remaining fortress in Asia built by European occupiers.When we arrive in Galle we will visit the Dutch fort, the Galle Museum, a old Dutch church and the British church , We proceed and see the stick Fishermen sit on sticks while fishing in the traditional way. After this visit we proceed to hikkaduwa. Hikkaduwa is a small town on the south coast of Sri Lanka. It is located in the Southern Province, about 20 km north-west of Galle. We go with a glassbottom boat and watch the corals, if you like it you can go snorkeling. after this visit we proceed to Kosgoda's Marine Turtle hatchery - a valuable conservation project that protects the endangered Marine Turtles of Sri Lanka. Globally, all seven species of marine turtles existing are endangered. Out of these seven, five species of sea turtles come ashore to nest in Sri Lanka. The process of marine turtles nesting, hatchlings being born, and swimming back to sea is an ancient and phenomenal ritual that is fascinating to observe. After we visit the Turtle hatchery we proceed to your Hotel via Beruwela and Colombo.
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