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top five must visit beach paradise in sri lanka

Picture yourself building a sand castle on the striking golden seashores of Sri Lanka or earning tan lines on the beautiful serene white beaches with salty breeze and sandy toes.

Witness ten different species of whales along with friendly dolphins while enjoying whale watching expedition in Sri Lanka.

The memories of vacationing beside the gorgeous seaside will always remain even after your footprints in the sand are washed away.

Located in the midst of Indian Ocean, Sri Lanka is the perfect and most celebrated beach paradise.

Listed below are the must-visit beaches in Sri Lanka where you can beach-fully spend your vacation and flaunt your bikini-bod.

TRINCOMALEE

Trincomalee the Port City of Sri Lanka

The port city of Sri Lanka is located at the north-east side and offers travellers and beach lovers beautiful white sand beaches to unwind away from the bustling cacophony of city.

Hemmed in by abundant wildlife, Tricomalee is also the most renowned place for whale-watching. The best season to witness the big sea creature glide around you is from late November to mid-April.

You can also choose to chill at the laid-back bars spread all over the town and witness stunning sunset while enjoying the music and the drinks.

HOW TO REACH

Trincomalee is situated at the north-east coast of the Sri Lanka and is the busiest port city. To reach here, it takes about 2 hours’ drive from the famous ancient city of Sigiriya (Lion Rock).

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PASIKUDA

Pasikuda Explore Natural

Pasikuda translates to “green-algae-bay”. This town is situated in the east of Sri Lanka – snuggled between Kalkuda and the Indian Ocean.

Famous for the turquoise blue crystal clear waters, the beauty of Pasikuda invites travellers from all around the globe.

The sandy beach of Pasikuda gives you the chance to explore natural coral reefs or indulge in water sports such as water surfing, kite surfing, boogie boarding and sailing under the sun.

HOW TO REACH

Being a port city in Sri Lanka, Pasikuda is well connected to the country. It is easy to catch a train or bus from the capital city, Colombo.

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MIRISSA

Pasikuda Explore Natural

Lined with beautiful beaches, Sri Lanka is the land of sea shores at every stretch. Nestled between bustling Unawatuna city in north and Tangalle in south, Mirrisa is one of the best places for whale watching in Sri Lanka.

Beach lined with tall green palm trees and white sand, surrounded by blue and green water, Mirissa steals the heart of every visitor.

HOW TO REACH

The striking beaches at the coastal village of Marrisa are approximately 40 minutes’ drive from Galle and a 4 hours’ drive from the capital city, Colombo.

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BENTOTA

Pasikuda Explore Natural

Famous for water sports such as fishing, diving, snorkeling, parasailing, paragliding etc., Bentota is a resort town located in the south west coastal area of Sri Lanka.

The beauty and unique charm of Bentota leaves every traveller mesmerized. One of the most popular destinations of Sri Lanka, Bentota attracts visitors from every corner for the perfect beach holiday. It’s a favourite among Indians for the ambience and food suits our mood.

HOW TO REACH

Bentota has good connectivity from Galle and Colombo and offers many buses and trains to reach the popular destination.

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GALLE

Pasikuda Explore Natural

This old Portuguese style town is one of the most beautiful towns of Sri Lanka. Soft hued houses with wooden patios make it spellbinding and attracts travellers from all around the globe, especially for photo-shoots.

The Portuguese styled cafes and boutiques, UNESCO approved heritage fort along with a long coastline filled with sea turtles are the main attractions in Galle.

HOW TO REACH

This Portuguese style city is well connected with the main cities. Buses and trains from Bentota and Colombo are easily available to reach the destination.

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