- Trip Outline
Go in search of whales on this 4- to 6-hour morning whale-watching cruise from Colombo, Bentota and Kalutara. After early morning hotel pickup, done a life vest and cruise onto the Indian Ocean aboard a comfortable, 50-foot (15-meter) boat, with an expert skipper and crew. Savour a continental breakfast and tea or coffee as you sail to areas frequented by whales. Watch for species such as blue, sperm, killer, humpback and pilot whales in the waters, snap once-in-a-lifetime photos and look out for other marine creatures, including dolphins and sea turtles.
Later on, the return Journey explores the southern Sri Lanka iconic tourist attraction Galle fort and explore the medieval period town o9n a walking tour and visit Hikkaduwa beach, Mak museum, Moonstone mines.
- 100% Safe on A Super Grade Luxury Passenger Cruiser.
- Licensed by the Government of Sri Lanka
- You will get one of the Most Comfortable Whale Watching Cruiser in Mirissa
- Everyone is getting on the upper deck for a wider and deeper view.
- Specially designed for Whale Watching Adventure Trips WITH SPACE around for observation. 100% Satisfaction Guaranteed.
- Morning Tea/Coffee| Breakfast | Bottled water | Fruits & Snacks- all these free onboard
- We follow International Whale Watching Guidelines & Best Practices issued by the Whales & Dolphin Conservation in the UK
- Two licensed Captains | Six lifeguards with international licenses | one Naturalist on board for live commentary
- Sighting rate is 99.9%.
- If you don’t see Whales, You can have the tour next day free
- Your pick up time to be informed by Phone or on WhatsApp or by email soon after your booking is made
Activities available on this trip
- 4- to 6-hour morning whale watching boat trip from Mirissa
- Sail onto the Indian Ocean to spot blue, pilot, sperm and other species of whales
- Watch for other wildlife such as dolphins, whale sharks and sea turtles
- Enjoy a light breakfast and morning tea or coffee as you sail
- Life vests and safety equipment fitted onboard
- Self Guided walking tour in the Galle Fort
- Mask museum
- Moonstone mines
- Explore Hikkaduwa marine sanctuary, coral reef, sea turtles on a glass-bottom boat trip
- Walking tour in the Galle Fort (UNESCO world heritage site)
- Family-friendly cruise with hotel pickup and drop-off included
- Confirmation will be received at the time of booking
- Not recommended for pregnant travellers
- Hotel pick-up from Colombo, Kalutra or Bentota
- All government taxes, insurance fee
- Entire ground Transportation
- Galle fortress walking tour
- Hikkaduwa beach
- Mask museum
- Moonstone mines
- Breakfast served onboard
- Highway toll
- Madu river estuary on a boat trip with Visit cinnamon island
- Glass-bottom boat tour at Hikkaduwa marine sanctuary
- Whale watching boat charges (USD 49 P.P)
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Time : 4:00 am
COLOMBO / MIRISSA
Meet and greet by seerendipity tour representative at your hotel (04.30 am) and drive to Mirissa harbour.
Board the whale watching boat at 0630 am and sett to the sea, the whale watching trip lasts between 3 to 5 hours return transfer.
WHALE WATCHING MIRISSA
The warm Indian Ocean of the southern Sri Lanka is the best place to spot a wide variety of whales & dolphins. There are 26 different species of whales and dolphins traversing this region such as Blue whales, Bryde´s whales, Sperm whales, Fin whales, sometimes Killer whales and also includes the well-loved common dolphins, Bottlenose dolphins, Spinner dolphins, Risso’s dolphins and striped dolphins.
The south tip of Sri Lanka is the easiest place to see blue whales in a very short time. And especially Mirissa & Weligama areas are the well-known spotting places of the blue whales in the entire world. Sperm whales, right whales, killer whales, whale sharks, turtles, and kinds of dolphins also spotted in this part of the island all around the year.
Make a stop at Galle fortress on the return journey.
The fort has a colorful history, and today has a multi-ethnic and multi-religious population. The Sri Lankan government and many Dutch people who still own some of the properties inside the fort are looking at making this one of the modern wonders of the world. The heritage value of the fort has been recognized by the UNESCO and the site has been inscribed as a cultural heritage UNESCO World Heritage Site under criteria iv, for its unique exposition of "an urban ensemble which illustrates the interaction of European architecture and South Asian traditions from the 16th to the 19th centuries.
Later visit Masl museum in Ambalangoda, Hikkaduwa beach and Moon tone mines.
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