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Galle is the capital city of Southern Province of Sri Lanka and it lies in Galle District. The Galle Fort is a world heritage site and the largest remaining fortress in Asia built by European occupiers. Other prominent landmarks in Galle are the natural harbor, the National Maritime Museum, St Mary’s Cathedral founded by Jesuit Priests, one of the main Shiva temples on the island.

Galle Fort, in the Bay of Galle on the south east coast of Sri Lanka, was built first in 1588 by the Portuguese, extensively fortified by the Dutch during the 17th century from 1649 onwards. It is a historical, archaeological and architectural heritage monument, which even after more than 423 years maintains a polished appearance, due to extensive reconstruction work done by Archaeological Department of Sri Lanka.

White tea Factory
Ceylon White tea , also known as "silver tips" is highly prized, and prices per kilogram are significantly higher than other teas. The tea was first grown at Nuwara Eliya, 200–2,500 meters (7,218–8,202 ft). The tea is grown, harvested and rolled by hand with the leaves dried and withered in the sun. It has a delicate, very light liquoring with notes of pine & honey and a golden coppery infusion. 'Virgin White Tea' is also grown at the Handungoda Tea Estate near Galle in the south of Sri Lanka.

Sea Turtle Farm
The "Sea Turtle Farm & Hatchery" is a non - profitable organization which is maintained for the survival of Sea Turtles for the next generation. The "Turtle Farm" is situated in Habaraduwa  by the beautiful beach. More than 500,000 Sea Turtles have been released to the ocean since 1986 by the Turtle Farm.

Moonstones Mines
Sri Lanka is famous for its precious gems and moonstone. Moonstones belong in the semi-precious category but are an important component of the gem business. Meetiyagoda, located between Ambalangoda and Hikkaduwa, is one of the few places where they are found in such high concentrations. It is believed by the villagers that this piece of land, around an acre in extent, is blessed by the moon. The moonstone is grey and feels cool and smooth to the touch when polished and has a glow like that of the moon. The finest are bluish in colour and there are quite a few of them in these mines. At Meetiyagoda, you can see or even go down into the deep, narrow shafts from which the stones are mined. The small visitor centre will provide information related to this stone while the large shop on the premises sells moonstones as well as other stones.

Stilt Fishing at Koggala
Fishermen perched on sticks planted in the sea and fishing with a rod and line. This ancient form of fishing requires great skill and is practiced only in this region.

Yatagala Temple
Just inland from Galle is Yatagala Raja Maha Viharaya, a fine place to go and visit for temple lovers. This temple has been built around and within giant boulder-like rock formations. Quiet and little visited, the temple looks out over paddy fields and small hamlets. It won’t take much time to visit but Yatagala is interesting if as only a comparison to the bigger, famous temples in Sri Lanka.

Enjoy the virgin beauty of an amazing environment together with a boat ride in the lagoon in Koggala.

Hand Made Silk Factory
Gives you a wonderful experience on weaving dress materials. Hand made silk dress material is a process performed using a particular warm.

Unawatuna Beach
Brings you away from the hectic city to a tranquil beach. Feel the difference with a delicious sea food meal. Simply walk along the beach

Bathik Factory
A tradition of painting dress materials with wonderful designs using natural pigments  is a process one should not miss to observe.

Herbal Garden
Provides you an unforgettable opportunity to see and experience the different kinds of herbal plants in their nurseries.

Adam’s Peak
Horton plains
Nuwara Eliya
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