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      A Visit To The Famous Beaches In Sri Lanka

      By cooldude | September 2, 2013

      Beaches In Sri LankaSri Lanka is a well-known tourist destination among the travel lovers. Those who would love to witness the beauty of nature in its pure form must plan a vacation to Sri Lanka. Sri Lanka is called the Tropical paradise of Asia and rightly so. You can get to witness enchanting beaches, captivating culture, exotic plants and animals, lashing waterfalls etc when you visit Sri Lanka and surely have a memorable vacation there. Many travelers who have been to Sri Lanka advice that to make your trip to this country unforgettable you must visit the eloquent beaches located in the island. Here are some of the famous beaches you must stop by when you are in Sri Lanka.

      Negombo Beach: This beach is situated very close to Colombo and the Bandaranaike International Airport. Negombo beach flanks the famous fishing town- Negombo. The beach is the usual hangout place for the residents of Negombo. Thus you can experience the way of life of the residents and enjoy the local flavors of the town in this beach. There are numerous accommodation facilities, restaurants etc found in and around the beach.

      Bentota Beach: Do you love water sports? If yes then Bentota beach can become a paradise for you. You can easily engage in water sport activities such as wind surfing, snorkeling, deep-sea fishing, diving, water skiing, sailing etc. Bentota is also famous as a honeymoon destination because of its romantic setting and atmosphere.

      Unawatuna Beach: The safest beach in Sri Lanka as it is protected by the reef. In this beach also enthusiastic travelers can engage in different kinds of water sports. You can undertake an underwater expedition from this beach to witness the beauty of the corals and aquatic animals.

      Some other beaches worth visiting are: Nilaweli Beach, Arugam Bay, Weligama Beach, Seenimadora Beach etc.

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