The South-West of Sri Lanka with its golden sand beaches and its coconut fringed coast, has an undoubted tropical charm. The popular beaches of Unawatuna, Mirissa, Weligama, Tallala, Mawella and Hiriketiya to name a few are stretched on several hundreds of kilometers. The coastline is dotted with trendy beach resorts, cafes, bars and a relaxed nightlife.
Board at 4 pm in the picturesque and colorful Mirissa Fisheries Harbour. A short cruise, takes guests into the stunning Weligama Bay, where they can relax with a welcome drink and a dinner on board under the stars.
Breakfast on board. Our captain sets sails to Jungle beach, in Galle. Guests can take a dinghy to the beach and crew will arrange for a walking tour of the Dutch colonial fort city of Galle recognised as an UNESCO World Heritage. Dinner and night anchorage near Jungle beach.
After a good breakfast, sail towards Tallala. Swim sun bathe on the beautiful Tallala beach. Optional visit of a local fish or fruit market. Diner and night at Tallala beach.
Breakfast on board followed by sailing towards the yet virgin and preserved beaches of Kudawella. Visit to fisheries villages and local temples can be organised. Lunch on board followed by a relaxing swim and a stand-up paddle boarding session. Fish or seafood dinner under the stars.
After breakfast, and a good swim we sail toward Tangalle and Dickwella. On shore option of being taken by dinghy to Hiriketiya and Mawella beaches for a relaxing walk or a good swim in the warm tropical waters. If weather permits guests can enjoy a BBQ dinner on shore.
Early departure towards the coast of Dondra and Mirissa to observe the many species of Whales, including the world’s largest Mammal the Blue Whale and playful dolphins of the Indian Ocean. Breakfast and lunch are served during the cruise. Afternoon in the relaxing beach of Mirissa for a swim, a stand-up paddle boarding session or a surf session. Sunset drinks and beach BBQ dinner at a secluded private beach in Weligama.
Boat returns to Mirissa Fisheries harbour at 10 am, after breakfast.