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South West Coast

The Sri Lankan beach scene is palm-fringed and low-key, perfect for lazing a few days away. The south western coastline is home to the majority of beach retreats, particularly surrounding the Indian Ocean-washed shores of the historic city of Galle. Sweeping bays are interspersed with quiet fishing villages such as Mirissa and Tangalle boasting hidden hotel gems; boats bob on the horizon, turtles burrow into soft sand and stilted fisherman spend hours perfecting their craft.

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Whale & Dolphin spotting in Mirissa

During the migration season in December and April, large pods of Dolphins and Blue Whales can be seen just a few miles offshore from Mirissa. Mirissa Water Sports, based in the Mirissa Harbour offers boat excursions which can take upto three hours. Mirissa Water Sports is a charitable organisation helping to generate employment for the youth from the tsunami affected coastal areas.

Cinnamon Plantations of the South

For many centuries, Cinnamon has been a great attraction for traders visiting this island. Even today, Sri Lanka continues to be one of the world’s leading producers of Cinnamon with 80% of the crop grown in the west and south coast of the island. Visit a village or a factory where cinnamon is processed to learn of this most invaluable crop.

Yala National Park

Yala’s scrub plains, lagoons and rocky mounds make it one of the best places to see a wide variety of Sri Lankan wildlife. The park boasts the world's densest
leopard population. Be grateful if you do see one, though, as they are shy animals. Other frequently sighted animals include elephants, sloth bears,
sambar deer, spotted deer, wild boar, crocodiles, monkeys and buffalos. Transport around the park is provided by jeep complete with driver and expert guide/tracker.

 

ISLAND OF THE MONTH: CONRAD BORA BORA NUI

This glorious island paradise enjoys a wonderfully unique location in Bora Bora’s impossibly blue lagoon. Rather than facing the main island, Conrad Bora Bora Nui is blessed with unobstructed views of the sparkling lagoon, outer reef and endless ocean, ensuring a true feeling of desert island bliss. The sunsets here are simply breathtaking and the hilltop spa is heavenly!

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ISLAND OF THE MONTH: CONRAD BORA BORA NUI

This glorious island paradise enjoys a wonderfully unique location in Bora Bora’s impossibly blue lagoon. Rather than facing the main island, Conrad Bora Bora Nui is blessed with unobstructed views of the sparkling lagoon, outer reef and endless ocean, ensuring a true feeling of desert island bliss. The sunsets here are simply breathtaking and the hilltop spa is heavenly!