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Galle Day Tour

Galle Day Tour

$126 / per person
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The Galle Dutch Fort is a historic landmark and a UNESCO World Heritage Site located in the city of Galle, on the southern coast of Sri Lanka. It was built by the Portuguese in the 16th century, and later expanded by the Dutch in the 17th century.

The fort is a prime example of European colonial architecture and design, with its impressive ramparts, bastions, and gateways. It is also home to several historic buildings, including the Dutch Reformed Church, the Dutch Government House, and the Galle Lighthouse.

Today, the Galle Dutch Fort is a popular tourist attraction, known for its charming streets lined with colonial-era buildings, boutique shops, cafes, and art galleries. Visitors can take a stroll along the ramparts and enjoy panoramic views of the Indian Ocean, or explore the narrow alleys and hidden corners of the fort.

* This itinerary can be customized based on your interests and time constraints. Also, note that the attractions’ visiting hours may vary, so it is always advisable to check beforehand.

Full Day
No Limit+ Age
  • Destination
  • Departure
    From Colombo Airport/Colombo Fort or your hotel in Colombo or Negombo.
  • Departure Time
    Approximately 8.30 AM
  • Return Time
    Approximately 16.30 PM
  • Dress Code
    Casual, comfortable and light + wet cloths for beaches

Tour Plan


Galle Dutch Fort

A guided tour of Galle Dutch Fort.

Turtle Conservation Project

Visit a sea turtle conservation project in Habaradoowa- The Sea Turtle Conservation Project in Galle is a project that aims to protect and conserve sea turtles, which are endangered species. The project is located in the southern part of Sri Lanka, and it was established in 1988.

Unawatuna Beach

Unawatuna Beach: This is a popular beach located near Galle that is known for its clear waters and golden sands.

Tsunami Museum

Tsunami Museum: This museum is dedicated to the victims of the 2004 tsunami that devastated Sri Lanka.

Madu River Boat Safari Trip

If time permits, you can do ‘Madu River Boat Safari Trip’ : Embark on a serene journey through the winding waterways of Madu River on a boat safari trip, where you can soak in the stunning natural beauty of mangrove forests, spot unique wildlife like crocodiles and monkeys, and visit traditional local communities living on the river banks, all while enjoying the gentle breeze and peaceful atmosphere.
  • Air Conditioned Comfortable Private Vehicle
  • English speaking professional Chauffeur Tourist Guide
  • Entrance Tickets and Excursions charges
  • Pick up and Drop services
  • Unlimited Water Bottles

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