Rock Temple of the South – Mulkirigala

Mulkirigala Raja Maha Viharaya, an ancient temple built on a 673ft high rock, is identical to world-famous Sigiriya Rock Fortress, earning itself the name ‘Little Sigiriya’ by locals. Although not as famous as Sigiriya, Mulkirigala is a prominent landmark in the Buddhist history of Sri Lanka. While Sigiriya Rock Fortress is famous for its cultural… Continue reading Rock Temple of the South – Mulkirigala

Kayaking in the South of Sri Lanka – Rekawa Lagoon

Sri Lanka has always been famous for its water sports. From surfing, white-water rafting, canoeing, kayaking to extreme sports like wind-surfing, this small island is bursting with so many water bodies which offer such exciting adventures for the traveler. Among many of these water sports, kayaking is one of the safest and the most calming… Continue reading Kayaking in the South of Sri Lanka – Rekawa Lagoon

Rekawa Beach

When it comes to Ecotourism, the small, spacious beach which is found about 10km east from the Tangalle Bay in the South of Sri Lanka, is unmistakable. This sandy beach of Rekawa begins in the Tangalle lagoon, just behind the village of Marakolliya and ends right at the natural reserve of Kalametiya, spreading along the… Continue reading Rekawa Beach