Tangalle is a southern coastal town in Sri Lanka. Habouring some unique attractions; both manmade and natural like the Hummanaya Blowhole or the Mulkirigala Raja Maha Viharaya, travel to Tangalle to explore the diverse range of things you can do. Lakpura will ensure your holiday in Tangalle is memorable and exciting.

Tangalle Beach

Tangalle Beach, nestled along Sri Lanka's southern coast, is a paradisiacal haven for beach lovers and nature enthusiasts. Its pristine white sands and clear turquoise waters stretch for miles, providing ample space for leisurely strolls and sunbathing. Surrounding the beach are lush coconut palm groves, creating a tranquil tropical atmosphere. But Tangalle Beach is not just about relaxation; it beckons adventurers with activities like swimming, snorkeling, and even surfing. Moreover, the nearby fishing village of Tangalle offers a taste of local culture and delectable fresh seafood. This coastal gem provides a serene and idyllic escape, making it the perfect destination for those seeking natural beauty and tranquility in Sri Lanka.

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About Hambantota District

Hambantota is a rural town in southeastern coastal area of Sri Lanka. It is also the capital of the Hambantota District in the Southern Province of  Sri Lanka. Approximately 240 kms from Colombo, Hambantota is in the midst of transformation into a strategic port and commercial centre, undergoing extensive infrastructure development. Flanked by sweeping sandy beaches, Hambantota is a convenient location from which to visit nearby sights.

The Bundala National Park lays 20 km east of Hambantota and the Weerawila Sanctuary a little further off. The Ruhuna National Park and the Kataragama Temple are other attractions that can be accessed easily from this city.

About Southern Province

The Southern Province of Sri Lanka is a small geographic area consisting of the districts of GalleMatara and Hambantota. Subsistence farming and fishing is the main source of income for the vast majority of the people of this region.

Important landmarks of the Southern Province include the wildlife sanctuaries of the Yala and Udawalawe National Parks, the holy city of Kataragama, and the ancient cities of TissamaharamaKirinda and Galle. (Although Galle is an ancient city, almost nothing survives from before the Portuguese invasion.) During the Portuguese period there were two famous Sinhalese poets called Andare who was from Dickwella and Gajaman Nona who was from Denipitiya in Matara District, composing poems on common man.