One of our Lasa Tour representative pick up you from the hotel after breakfast.According to schedule visit Galle city tour. Visit galle fort and next proceed to unawatuna beach stay relax. After lunch enjoy activity stilt fishing koggala lake and end of the tour visit herbal garden. Finally our representative Drop off at the pick-up point. Our tour planners, guides and chauffeurs will make every effort to see that you are comfortable, relaxed & at home with us. Galle Fort Galle has a colorful history and beauty that renders many speechless. Galle Fort is one of five historic sites of Sri Lanka, a UNESCO world heritage site. Although the Galle fort is famous as a Dutch fort, the construction of the fort was started by Portuguese. We can say that the Galle Fort is a complex of attractions, because in addition to the walls themselves and the old buildings inside are several museums, antique shops, lighthouse, bell tower, jewellery workshops, a Church and a mosque.
This beach near Galle is one of most famous in Sri Lanka. Unawatuna is perhaps the liveliest beach resort in Sri Lanka. The beach is a beautifully stretched area of land covered with sand that can raise the standards of any holidays with its exotic view and extraordinary environment. This natural swimming pool is almost preferred by scuba divers.Usually water is clean, calm and warm.
Stilt Fishing is one of the most interesting traditional fishing methods of Sri Lanka. Ritipanna is the Sinhalese term for stilt fishing, which is a traditional method for fishing practiced by most fishermen along the southern coast of Sri Lanka. This art is popularly seen in areas such as Ahangama, Koggala, Welipenna, Kathaluwa and Thalarambe. The majority of fishermen who practice this method of fishing are those who do not own modern fishing equipment.
Koggala Lake Boat Safari
Koggala Lake is most beautiful and largest natural lakes in Sri Lanka. Koggala lake provides an excellent opportunity to enjoy a boat safari. Take a tour of the lagoon in a boat, find a Buddhist temple and visit cinnamon farmers at their home and the only others you might wave hello to are a fisherman or two on the water. While you on the boat ride in Koggala lake you can see Crocodiles. You can explore the whole area and all the islands, which are fantastic for bird watching and sunset sceneries.
About 1500 species of medicinal plants are used in Sri Lanka and 208 of them are frequently used. The knowledge of the people about many hereditary medicinal plants is very poor. These are very problems identify the medicinal value of the so used 208 species of medicinal plants.