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Shelby
Shelby
1 year ago

Unawatuna in Sri Lanka looks so beautiful, I would love to visit! Coconut Tree Hill in Mirissa and Secret Beach look absolutely gorgeous! I would really love to try snorkeling at Secret Beach. Dalawella beach also looks fun, I love all the different rocks. I will definitely have to check out Unawatuna and all the incredible things to do there soon!

Viktoria
1 year ago

You mentioned snorkelling, did you see any dive shops there too? That would be a reason for me to travel to this part of Sri Lanka as well!

Jin
Jin
1 year ago

I went to Sri Lanka as part of my honeymoon 3 country tour back in 2011, but sadly, we didn’t actually get to hit up any beaches there. I dream of going back to Sri Lanka one day and would love to check out the beach scene there. You’ve stumbled up on some really beautiful ones!

Albína
1 year ago

I remember visiting Unawatuna when I was in Sri Lanka, it was such an awesome place to be! I miss these tropical beaches and even going for surfing, when I was there. Love your post, you have a great pictures

Olivia
1 year ago

This place looks unbelievably beautiful! And I would scoop up all those puppies and take them home with me!!!!

Mikaela
1 year ago

Wow these all look amazing! Especially Coconut Tree Hill. I would love to get out there myself. How long would you recommend someone stay in Sri Lanka? Also your photos are beautiful!

Brianna
1 year ago

Your photos of Unawatuna are gorgeous. Famous swing or not, I really like your photo of the rope swing in Dalawella beach! The background looks so soft and dreamy and it looks like you’re having fun (which is kind of the point of swings!). Mirissa beach looks breathtaking, and the coconut tree hill is really beautiful. Sri Lanka is quickly making it’s way to the top of my travel wish list, especially with blog posts like this one!

Emily
Emily
1 year ago

This place sounds incredible!! What a great place to visit!

Brittany
1 year ago

Swinging on Dalawella beach would be an awesome experience! And was that an alligator I saw in one of the photos? That must have been a cool site!

Rachel Silverwood
1 year ago

I’m heading to Sri Lanka in May so reading this has got me super excited to visit!!! There’s so much more to do in Unawatuna than I realised so I may add a few more days onto my planned time there, thanks for sharing!

Katie Dickinson
1 year ago

I’m literally such a dummy when it comes to the timing of my trip – I’ve forgotten about rainy seasons and have had unpleasant beach vacations like four times now lol (so it’s good to know that somewhere on the island will be dry year round). I would be really interested to visit Galle Fort – I love architecture (especially when it doesn’t perfectly match the culture in which is resides) AND UNESCO sites – so it sounds like a perfect spot for me!

Richa
1 year ago

I just returned from Sri Lanka a few weeks back but didn’t have enough time to visit Unawatuna after spending all of 1 week in central SL. But with the 1 day I spent in Galle I promised myself to return back to SL someday to explore the beaches 🙂 Your photos are beautiful!

Madhu
Madhu
1 year ago

This part of Srilankalooks incredible..and I would love to explore..pics you have posted are simply stunning.

Candice Marie
1 year ago

I’m in absolute LOVE with Sri Lanka. I spent a night in Unawatuna but unfortunately, that was all. I wish I had time to stick around at least for another day or two. Dalawella beach looks like a lot of fun! Need to go back. Thanks for sharing!

Rachael
1 year ago

Sri Lanka looks beautiful. Definitely inspiring me to visit!

Kay
Kay
1 year ago

Thanks for letting us know about the season! I always end up picking the wrong oneee *cry emoji*

Sunil Sharma
3 months ago

Great article. I am a regular visitor of your blog and i really appreciate your work. Keep up the good work.

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