Address: Nikethana Road Pitaramba Bentota, Bentota, Sri Lanka | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on Nikethana Road Pitaramba Bentota, Bentota, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Rock Sound, and Tarpum Bay.
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Travel Blogs from Bentota

Galle, Tamarind Hill and the old Dutch fort

A travel blog entry by datkins506 on Oct 30, 2014

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Moving day. We rose to an overcast morning with a little drizzle about, but very warm already. Leisurely start to the day. Joined the others for breakfast, already a couple of courses ahead of us. A Sri Lankan family was playing in the waves and on the sand oblivious to the drizzle. We packed, brought our luggage down stairs and settled our account. The others arrived and did likewise. The owner arrived in his flash BMW and everyone jumped to attention, until he had gone ...

Turtle hatchery

A travel blog entry by luciecox on Sep 02, 2014

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... love a good turtle egg omelet. Nowadays, theses species are endangered so we decide to visit a hatchery to give a donation and see how we can help.

We come out with mixed feelings about the whole experience. Sure, the locals are trying to help but everything is sort of done the wrong way. Ideally, these projects should be ran mostly by volunteers, who maybe can benefit from free lodging and food while they work at the project. This normally attracts ...

Galle town

A travel blog entry by elliemack on Mar 31, 2014

First week in Galle down, only three to go... At the start of the week, Katie, Megan, Emily, Kirstin and I settled in to our first week with our host family- Piyarathna, Lakmalee and Vinuji. They are such a lovely and welcoming family! The father Piyarathna, is a manager in a National Sri Lankan bank, HSB. This is regarded as being a very respected and important job in the Sri Lankan culture. In fact, any job in business is regarded as being a very important ...

Discovering Galle

A travel blog entry by lucifrost on Oct 26, 2013

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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 ...


A travel blog entry by mattnicola on Aug 12, 2013

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This morning we visited Galle, a port city in the south of the island which is now Sri Lanka's fourth largest city. We spent a couple of hours exploring the old Dutch quarter, known as the Fort. On the way back to the hotel we passed through areas hit by the tsunami in 2004. We also stopped for a river cruise, the highlight of which was visiting a tiny island where we were given a tour of the Buddhist and Hindu shrines by the resident ...