Dedduwa Lake, Bentota, Sri Lanka | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Dedduwa Lake, Bentota, is near Mirissa Water Sports.
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    Travel Blogs from Bentota

    Only two weeks left :(

    A travel blog entry by chloepowell123 on Jul 29, 2014

    1 comment, 8 photos

    ... National Institute of Mental Health which is the largest psychiatric hospital in Sri Lanka. NIMH used to be an asylum but has now been reformed into a very open hospital with occupational therapy such as art and gardening. We did arts and crafts with male patients both on acute and long term wards. It was inspiring and heart warming to meet some of the patients and to see how happy they were by us simply playing a game of cards with them. One ...

    My first trip to the Old Fort.

    A travel blog entry by fergysrambles on Feb 19, 2014

    5 photos

    I had settled myself into my wonderful digs and decided it was time to get straight off and explore which is just what I did. As I mentioned before, the Fort was going to be the first port of call and I knew where it was. To be honest, it is hard to miss it as it is pretty large. This next section is going to be a bit split up as I want to share some of the many images I took over the next few days. I'll try to do them chronologically and intersperse ...

    Discovering Galle

    A travel blog entry by lucifrost on Oct 26, 2013

    12 photos

    Firstly, apologies campers for the lack of posts, it seems we've been too busy swinging from our treehouse (and taking an unnecessary amount of photos of it). Yesterday we did however manage to visit the old colonial Galle fort area which was built by originally by the dutch in the 17th Century and then improved by the British. It seems the only place in Sri Lanka where one can avoid the chaos and exhaust fumes so it was quite nice ...

    Whale watching (without the whales) and TURTLES!

    A travel blog entry by bransdenwebster on Apr 12, 2013

    ... TURTLE DAY. We woke up early and soon had found a tuk tuk driver willing to take us to the four local turtle hatcheries. All were fairly similar - the first probably the smallest and the fourth the largest/most commercial. Each had large concrete square baths. A couple were reserved for the hundreds of baby turtles (aged between one to three days). The others held the adults - the majority of these were permanently disabled; some had deformed shells ...

    Galle Fort, Tiny turtles and lakeside beauty

    A travel blog entry by kateschronicles on Feb 14, 2013

    84 photos

    ... bring friendship. Interesting for me was the Medicine Masks which purportedly "cure" certain illnesses when worn……call me a skeptic but I cant see how wearing a mask will cure anything!!!!

    We then headed to the Kosgoda Turtle hatchery where we lucky enough to see some turtles that were only hatched yesterday. Also saw some larger disfigured turtles that are permanent residents (for want of a better word) as they would not be able to survive back in ...