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Weligama Bay : que faire

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Restaurant
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Harbor / Marina
Point of Interest
“The seas around Sri Lanka offer the chance to see Blue Whales in concentrations not seen elsewhere in the world. Blue Whales do not move in groups like Sperm Whales for example. However, off the south coast they gather for feeding, with mothers often seen with calves. On our trips recently we had at least six, possibly ten individuals, within a quadrat of half a kilometer square. A concentration of blue whales of this nature is something which whale watchers can only dream about. We can arrange a professionally designed Whale watching tour or can also offer Whale watching extensions to your general naturalist holiday inSri Lanka. We also work closely with Dr.Charles Anderson, a professional marine biologist who runs a Whale and Dolphin watching company in Maldives. He has been living in the Maldives from 1983, and has a wealth of experience on marine life. Dr. Charles also offers and leads Whale watching tours in Sri Lanka.”
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Place to eat
“Middle of Weligama city there is ancient statue which is didn’t identify yet, there are few explanation about the statue according to the archeological. Some archeologists says this a statue of Natha Bodhisatta (A person who expect to be Lord Buddha one day) some people said this is a rural king of down south. According to some other facts it is a statue of foreign king who came to Weligama for getting treatment. Anyhow this is a statue which has more than 2000 years. The full statue were made by stone and it has shaped most of expressions in finest way. The massive rock face niche is caved both hands are raised and one fist is clenched very tightly and that is one of tremendous ”
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Restaurant
“A happening spot, high on a cliff overlooking Weligama Bay. Stunning views. Party place.”
  • Recommandé par 2 habitants
Establishment
“The whale & dolphin watching season starts in November and ends in April. You can see Blue,Bryde´s, Sperm,Fin,sometimes Killer whales,also Common dolphins,Bottlenose & Spinner dolphins if your lucky !”
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Point of Interest
“Ssst, this one is secret. A tiny secluded beach and not the easiest place to reach. That’s why Secret Beach is so beautiful. There are one small bar and a local woman selling coconuts. Enjoy an incredible sunset from Secret Beach. Search on Google Maps for Secret Beach bar and ask a tuk-tuk driver to take you there. You will need to walk about 10 minutes down the road since this is too steep for the tuk-tuks.”
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Travel Agency
“I haven't personally taken this tour but here's a guest review: "We went with Marissa Water Sports and can recommend. Started off as a social enterprise to provide jobs to youth post the tsunami crisis. They follow the Whales and dolphins conservation society standards, have been responsible with the their approach (unlike many other boats) and is not overcrowded. I'd recommend it. If people want to have even fewer people on their boat, probably should refrain from bargaining. We paid 7500 per person but had a double deck boat with about 15 of us so was specious AF."”
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Natural Feature
“This is the most popular bay in Weligama with beautiful natural attractions.”
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Place of Worship
“An ancient temple which located near Mirissa with tremendous low country style and that is one of few places that displayed low country style, therefore the government has been declared this temple is a national heritage. The image house is a tremendous place to display murals which own tradition to low country. This kind of few places located in down south with own low country tradition. There is no clear evidence about the establishment of the Temple but according to the remaining archeological facts it has been built on 18th or 19th centuries also the image house paintings are perfectly present its unique expressions in various ways. The murals are unique style and nobody knows about the ”
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Harbor / Marina
“Whale and dolphin watching in Mirissa is one of the most exciting water activities you can do in Sri Lanka during your holiday. Mirissa is the best place to start your whale and dolphin watching tour in Sri Lanka. Whale watching season in Mirissa is from November till April. Blue whale is the biggest animal in the world.”
  • Recommandé par 4 habitants
Fishing Spot
“One of the best beaches in Sri Lanka. There are so many attractive places you can see there.You can do beach based activities such as Swimming,Surfing,Whale watching,Snorkeling, Sun bathing... There are so many Restaurants with delicious Fresh sea food. ”
  • Recommandé par 3 habitants
Island
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Lodging
“Our very own café is open 7:30am-9pm, on the menu you'll find vegan, vegetarian options as well as burgers and seafood fresh from the ocean out front. The rooftop cocktail bar and restaurant open from 4pm with breathtaking views over Weligama bay.”
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Meilleurs restaurants

Restaurant
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Restaurant
“A happening spot, high on a cliff overlooking Weligama Bay. Stunning views. Party place.”
  • Recommandé par 2 habitants
Fishing Spot
“One of the best beaches in Sri Lanka. There are so many attractive places you can see there.You can do beach based activities such as Swimming,Surfing,Whale watching,Snorkeling, Sun bathing... There are so many Restaurants with delicious Fresh sea food. ”
  • Recommandé par 3 habitants
Restaurant
“Our favourite kept secret '' Baby's Place " This locally owned family restaurant is outstanding, its located right on the beach serving fresh seafood daily. The wife will cook up a feast while the husband will help you choose the perfect seafood combination for the evening. Highly recommend the "Devilled" calamari and prawn mix.”
  • Recommandé par 2 habitants
Restaurant
“If you want to go local for a night, head to Tiki Bar for a sunset cocktail and walk across the street for a real rice and curry feast at Chef Akilas. Both places are locally owned and run, and perched on the cliff at Cape Weligama with beautiful ocean views. Make sure to book a table with Chef Akila at high season and warning for long waiting times for the food, ALWAYS. ”
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Restaurant
“Excellent local restaurant with average prices, which is located directly on the beach.”
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