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A place where you go for a holiday but yet feel as you live in your own home. We are located in Wadduwa, a local fishing village in Western Province of the beautiful Island of Sri Lanka.It is private and secluded yet a short walk takes you to the beach for a refreshing swim. The rooms are Surrounded by tropical coconut trees. The breeze from the sea relax your mind and gives you a feeling of being in secret communion with nature. For more info visit www.oceanrippleswd.com
Hotels in Wadduwa
Wadduwa is a town situated in the western coast of Sri Lanka about 33 km south of Colombo, which owns some of the best hotels in sri lanka. It spans from within the 30 to 36 km area along the Galle Road and sideways 4.5 km for the land side and around 1 km for the seaside too. It is also famous for its rich cultivation of coconut palms and as a major producer of toddy and vinegar. Wadduwa is popular for the products made from coconut fiber such as brooms,carpets etc. There are few historical places in the area such as ancient Buddhist temples.
Owinka Lake Resort - Sri Wadduwa
Featuring free Wi-Fi, an outdoor pool and restaurant on site, water-front Owinka Lake Resort offers cottages in Wadduwa. Wadduwa Beach and Wadduwa Railway Station are 10 km away. Each air-conditioned cottage is equipped with a balcony and seating area. A sofa and TV with cable channels are included. The bathroom comes with a shower. The restaurant serves local and western meals for dinner. Owinka Lake Resort is 15 km from Kalutara Temple. Kawatayagoda Road, Mahagonaduwa, Moronthuduwa, 12560 Wadduwa, Sri Lanka
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Hikka Fest 2016
Hikka Fest 2016 took place at Narigama Beach, Hikkaduwa on 10th and 11th December 2016.
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Attidiya bird sanctuary, colombo | info professional group official
Located in the outskirts of Colombo, Attidiya Bird Sanctuary is a small land (may be the only place near Colombo) for the birds and other animals to take refuge in. I came across Attidiya while looking for a place for photographing birds near Colombo. Though initially my hopes of finding any birds over there were low, I was surprised at the biodiversity which I encountered for a place that is right in the backyard of Colombo city. There were at least 15 species of birds, many butterflies and other insects, reptiles and many species of marsh vegetation. I even saw a porcupine wandering inside the marshes. People were saying that there is a Crocodile lurking in the canal and many snakes like cobra, viper and python live in the marsh. But I did not encounter any of them. Best Tourist Places in Srilanka https://youtu.be/HlJthWDGC7E