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Whale Watching in Trincomalee

17 May 2012 05:40 am - 1     - {{hitsCtrl.values.hits}}

Ebert Silva Holidays offer another unique package to Trincomalee on ‘Ocean Safaris'; their latest brand introduced for responsible Whale and Dolphin watching in Sri Lanka. Sri Lanka has gained international acclaim as the number one hotspot in the world to see Blue and Sperm Whales and is known to be an ideal location for close encounters with the largest mammal ever to live on earth and to witness numerous other varieties of Dolphins.

An exclusive tour of 2 nights and 3 days is scheduled for the 2nd, 3rd and 4th of June.

The tour itinerary includes a whale and dolphin watching cruise on a Sri Lankan naval vessel on day 2. The cruise will take off in the early hours of the day, where guests are able to utilize the expertise of professionals and sail in comfort. There will also be lifesaving teams and medical personnel on board with snacks and bar facilities adding further enjoyment to the memorable experience.

The tour includes sightseeing of Pigeon Island, Kinniya hot wells, the Koneswaran Temple, city area and other places of interest. The package includes comfortable A/ C accommodation on full board twin sharing basis, luxury A/ C transport with day 1 breakfast and day 3 lunches at the Ambepussa Hotels Corporation Avanhala en route.

  Comments - 1

  • firefly Sunday, 20 May 2012 08:56 AM

    What's the season for Whaling in Trinco?

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