Trincomalee Famous Tourist Beach spots Trincomalee coast lined with a beautiful natural wide sandy golden beach, starting at the village call Uppuveli and continuing through to Nilaveli and further beyond up Jungle beach. It’s a superb wide range of beaches, […]
Trincomalee Famous Tourist Beach spots
Trincomalee coast lined with a beautiful natural wide sandy golden beach, starting at the village call Uppuveli and continuing through to Nilaveli and further beyond up Jungle beach. It’s a superb wide range of beaches, who large tourist attracting. The Kuchchaveli area, about 10km further north, has been earmarked as another major tourist zone along the coastal lines of Trincomalee with so many hotels and accommodation options, although all that’s materialized so far is the halcyon Jungle Beach.
Uppuveli and around
Just a few kilometers north of Trincomalee town, village of Uppuweli is currently developed, though it remains little more than a modest.
Nilaveli and around
Another 10 km north of Uppuveli,the settlement of Ninaweli, home to another fine stretch of largely deserted beach. Guesthouses, hotels and beach activity centers are sparsely between drive along Upppuweli to Nilaweli. If you like very quiet days spent looking at wave, beach combing, snorkeling and hanging with the locals, Nilaveli is perfect. If not, then you’re likely to find out yourself.
SNORKELLING AT PIGEON ISLAND
Few Kilometers offshore from Nilaveli, Pigeon Island which if protected as a Mmarine national park is home to one of the east coast’s of coral reef. Most tourists visit is to enjoy the island’s best snorkeling experience. All the live coral lies on the sea facing side of the island, some 40 m off the beach in water around 2 m deep.
Tickets to visit Pigeon Island are sold at the small office count on the beach grounds. Boats to reach the island visit can be easily hired on the beach next to the ticket office. Also have snorkeling equipment for rent.
The Kanniya Hot Springs
Kanniya Hot water springs visit is a site with hot wells located in Trincomalee mostly local tourist visit and related with legendary history. There are seven wells in a square shape. Wells are about 5 feet deep and you can clearly see the bottom.
WHALE-WATCHING AROUND TRINCOMALEE
Although not as developed as in Mirissa, the Trincomalee area is one of the best placesin Sri Lanka for whale-watching tours. Blue whales in particular (plussmaller numbers of sperm whales) can regularly be seen around six to eight nautical miles east of Trincomalee (about 3C)rnin by boat), and can even occasionally be spotted from the land – Swami Rock (see p.349) Offers the best vantage point. Dolphins (mainly Spinner) can also be seen regularly all year round. Most sightings occur between March/April and August/September, as whales continue their rom migrations Decemberaround the island is means from the that south Sri Lanka coast offers (where around they mainlyten months ofShare this tour
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