Hotel Bentota Village

Alwis Road, Warahena, Bentota, 80500, Sri Lanka | 3 star inn
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This 3 star inn, located on Alwis Road, Warahena, Bentota, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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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

    ... t realise I was such a freak or that was even a thing until I came here. Had my first youth teaching session this week which went so well. We taught informal and formal greetings and conversation. The students are all our age so it's really nice teaching people who are really keen to learn and a break from the ridiculous songs with the little ones. Also had salad for the first time this week which was a real novelty and absolutely amazing. I ...

    Sri Lanka - Galle

    A travel blog entry by tereza-gonzalo on Jan 23, 2014

    1 comment, 16 photos

    ... we didnīt want to miss the Fort of Galle only because of the significant absence of energy. Hence, we decided to hire a tuk-tuk for 45 minutes and instructed him to take us around and show us the most important sites inside of the Fort. Thus, we managed to see the Dutch Reform Church and one more church of which name I donīt remember. We could also enter a museum that contained a large private collection of one single man. They tried to sell us some precious stones in many places, ...

    Galle Fort Revisited

    A travel blog entry by arunkakati on Aug 16, 2013

    10 photos

    ... staying on for weeks at the various hotels around. Don’t buy curios from the hawkers along the ramparts. They don’t give you a better deal than the curio-shops and the quality at times is sub-standard. The shop “Bare-foot” merits a visit if you want to collect Sri Lankan handlooms, bath soaps, ceramics …… During my 2003 visit I had seen a number of women selling Beeralu lace /pillow lace but now there were very few and far between. Shakheel ...

    Whale watching (without the whales) and TURTLES!

    A travel blog entry by bransdenwebster on Apr 12, 2013

    ... babies out (b) let them find their way to a pit - a lightbulb is installed to show them the way (they go towards it thinking it is moonlight). The handlers then put them in the concrete baths, where they remain until they are old enough (3 days) to be released. We arranged to go back to the third hatchery at 7pm to help them release them into the ocean; it has to be during the dark due to risks of predators during the day. We had a late lunch at about ...

    Galle Fort, Tiny turtles and lakeside beauty

    A travel blog entry by kateschronicles on Feb 14, 2013

    84 photos

    ... habitat. They have many species of turtles including some endangered species such as the hawksbill turtle. Most vulnerable of all are the eggs which are left uncovered on the beaches all around the coast. The hatchery is staffed by volunteers who go along the beaches and buy the eggs from the fishermen. They bring them back to the hatchery where they are kept covered in soil until ready to hatch. Once safely hatched the turtles are then released back into the ocean of ...