On the south coast of Sri Lanka, the Galle Dutch Fortress is located. It was first built when the coastal area was under control of Portuguese rule in 1588. It was fortified and rebuilt by Dutch in 1649 and kept through until land was captured by English rulers. It is alive today still as preserved by English, and today it is the main tourist Attraction. It is a collection of monumental archaeological heritages so UNESCO declared it a world heritage.
This is one of the rare attractions and attractions that every nature lover in Sri Lanka can find. 64 small islands and overgrown with mangroves. The Madu River (Madu Ganga) is a shallow body of water in the southwest of the country, which flows into the ocean at Balapitiya. He opens to the sea. The lagoon of Madu is a very wide and attractive lagoon of the country.
Sea Turtle Hatchery
Turtles are rarely found anywhere in the world. The sea mates annually to areas where the turtle can safely meet after turtles come to the beach to lay their eggs. Turtle Care Center is a great place to discover and love nature while having fun together. It is convenient and family friendly and should therefore be visited positively during your holiday in Sri Lanka.