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Visiting eastern Sri Lanka is travelling as it used to be: tropical lushness, unexplored beaches and scattered jungle ruins that feel way off the beaten track. The main tourist draws are Trincomalee, Passikudah, Batticaloa and Arugam Bay. Trincomalee is located on the northern part of the east coast of the island overlooking the Trincomalee Harbour, which has often been described as the finest harbour in the world. Trincomalee also has some of the most picturesque and scenic beaches found in Sri Lanka. Passikudah is a small coastal village which is famous for its lovely golden bay and wonderful beach and the crystal clear, shallow waters. Batticaloa is about 35km’s south of Passikudah and is home to a historic Dutch Fort and three picturesque lagoons, great beaches and a number of excellent dive sites, including the wreck of the HMS Hermes, a WW2 British naval ship. Arugam Bay is a laid-back hang-out that’s also Sri Lanka’s top surfing spot. The hinterland is full of wildlife, and you’re virtually assured of seeing wild elephants at Ampara.


Maalu Maalu is nestled on the centre of the beautiful Pasikuda bay, on an untouched white sandy beach. This is an authentic Sri Lanka Resort.
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Set on the east coast of Sri Lanka at Passikuda, Uga Bay is a boutique hotel set on an unspoiled beach with stunning views across Passikuda Bay and offers the perfect setting for a relaxing beach holiday.
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Speak to any of the team at Inspirational Travel to get ideas for your holiday or honeymoon to Sri Lanka. Call us on 01778 382764.