While the main focus of fascinating Dikwella is on its mesmeric beaches and surfing, you’ll come across numerous and appealing places to visit here. Read on to know more facts.
Dikwella Diving – Polhena Reef
This natural reef is ideal to explore, and scuba diving enthusiasts will find the verdant coral reef harbours a number of fascinating marine life. This city is home to many a Dickwella Resort and you will find lots of airy and comfy accommodation right on the beach if you explore places like Dickwella Resort & Spa which is less than 30kms from Polhena Reef.
Yala National Park
After spending a wonderful time at the beach, it’s worth heading over to one of Sri Lanka’s premier safari hotspots, Yala National Park. It will give you the opportunity to witness a broad variety of wildlife in Sri Lanka. If you are luckier, you’ll be able to witness magnificent big cat prowls: the Sri Lankan leopard.
Explore the City of Gods
The City of Gods known as Devinwara has three significant points; the place is lauded as being important historically, geographically and having religious significance. Whether you are a culture buff, art lover of historian this site is a great place to explore when you decide you want time away from the beach – although it’s hardly likely.
Wevurukannala Buddha statue
The famous Wevurukannala Buddha Statue is popular for its enormous size and stupendous views across the land. You must climb to the top of the hill via a flight of stone stairs; it’s fully worth it since you get to immerse in the rustic beauty of the land and enjoy the peace and tranquillity.
Intrigued by history, art and food, Lavinia Woolf is a writer who is passionate about the extraordinary and writes of the exhilarating and enchanting. Google+