Your Guide To Galle


Galle is a city on the southwest coast of Sri Lanka. It’s known for Galle Fort, Built by the Portuguese and later fortified by the Dutch and British, It’s a UNESCO World Heritage Site offering travelers a plethora of things to explore from a bygone era. Visit historic monuments as you stroll along the ancient ramparts of the fort. This old, culturally harmonious town resembles a quaint European village with cobblestoned streets lined with cafes, bistros, restaurants, boutique retail outlets, and more.

Top Attractions in Galle


Hikkaduwa Beach

Hikkaduwa Beach in Sri Lanka offers stunning coral reefs, beautiful beaches, diverse cuisine, and cultural experiences. Tips include visiting during the dry season and respecting local customs.

bird watching

Bundala National Park

Bundala National Park, also known as Bundala Bird Sanctuary or Bundala Ramsar Wetland, is a diverse nature reserve in Sri Lanka famous for its migratory birds, elephants, and waterways.

Galle Fort

Galle is worth a visit for a first-timer a half; a day trip should do OK there. Galle fort is interesting, including the galleries, museums, and little coffee places.

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