Bentota Srilanka

Bentota is yet another prime beach destination of Sri Lanka's southern coast. Bentota comprises of a stretch of golden sand, and warm light waves where you may wonder if a relaxing day at a beach and sun kissed skin is all it has to offer. Your questions will be duly answered at FindMyFare; as veiled as its attractions may be the specialty of Bentota lies in the array of activities offered.

The Beach

Yes, if you wanted the holiday where you stretch out in the tropical sun, with a delicious drink of King Coconut by your side, Bentota can certainly be your dream come true. The rural touch hiding the signs of urban life is a delight to the eye as the area still possesses magnificent greenery which gives the beach the air of paradise untouched.
Although strewn with restaurants and hotels you may find that it does not disturb the scenery. The people, well accustomed to tourists mind their own ways, making it possible to indulge in the glorious sunsets in absolute peace.

Getting to know Bentota

Culture hungry tourists are seduced with the unique excursions offered here. From deep-sea fishing on traditional canoes, to guided Village Bicycle tours, these little adventures are aimed at giving the visitors a taste of authentic Bentota.

A little away from Bentota
The Brief Gardens

A visit to the 'Brief gardens' is a must if you visit Bentota, an estate owned by a former Sri Lankan architect Bevis Bawa. From exquisite lawns to secret Japanese gardens, it's as if a hysterical, induced dream of a jungle came to life. Whatever you expect it to be; it will surely surprise you because it is a fascinating and one of a kind experience. With colourful tales of the estate to relive, do put it under your starred to-do list, because it definitely makes a worthwhile visit.

The Turtle Hatchery Project

Although it sounds like an odd place to visit on a holiday, you might just change your mind. The Kosgoda Turtle Hatchery project is a grassroots movement where turtle eggs are gathered, and ensured they are hatched in safety. This is where you come in; once hatched they are safely released to the ocean in an attempt to give the tiny turtles a greater chance of survival.
You will be encouraged to hold and pet the turtles and their hatchlings, making way for a memorable experience.

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