Bird Watching

With its tropical climate and wide range of natural habitats Sri Lanka is one of the best place for bird watching in the world with 439 recorded species, from which 250 are resident and 33 are endemic to the country. Fascinating locations like Kalametiya, Bundala, weerawila are places to enhance the experience of true paradise for bird lovers while you are in Tangalle.

Surfing, Windsurfing & Kitesurfing

Sri Lanka’s jagged south coast starting from the historic city of Galle upto Tangalle consists of delightful coral-protected bays and headlands and offers a greater diversity of beaches than the southwest coast. At Kabalana, Midigama, Weligama, Mirissa and Matara – surfers prowl the shores in search of some of the best waves in Sri Lanka. Dickwella has some of the island’s best dive spots and Tangalle offers secluded, uninterrupted cove like beaches.

Tangalle Lagoon Boat Tours & Kayaking

Float around listening to nature and enjoy the spectacular show of colors as the sun goes down. Tangalle lagoon is a perfect getaway to see and experience the quiet and calm nature with only to disturb by beautiful birds.

Whale & Dolphin Watching

Want to see the world’s largest animal, Sri Lanka is considered to be one of the ideal location to spot one. Dondra Head is renowned in the world for spotting Blue Whales, Sperm Whales and Spinner Dolphins. Excursions are available on year around the island but southwest coast is more famous from November to April when the seas are calm along the south and west coasts.


Get ready to burn some calories while enjoying the countryside. Tangalle city and its surroundings are more than qualified for a biking adventure. After having your favourite breakfast, start riding through the villages and paddy fields. On the way, you can experience and feel the rural life style of this part of the world.