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Learn to dive

We offer PADI Scuba Diving courses from Open Water Diver to Divemaster. Or try Discover Scuba Diving if you never dived before.

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Explore the sea

Discover the beautiful dive sites around Weligama Bay and Mirissa. Dive in small groups and have fun with our friendly and experienced dive guides.

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No. 126 Kapparathota,
Weligama 81700, Sri Lanka
Tel: 0094 41 225 07 99
Mobile: 0094 77 785 03 72
Email: chamindakh@sltnet.lk

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Welcome to Weligama Bay Dive Center

Weligama 5 km from Mirissa is a great place where you can enjoy Scuba Diving and relax during your vacation in Sri Lanka. We are here to offer you the best level of service to make your diving holiday perfect. Let us take you to an amazing Scuba Diving adventure.

Diving and Snorkeling

The season in the South of Sri Lanka, starts from october until may. This is a very famous place to observe Blue Whales. Whale Sharks and Manta Rays can also surprise us during the dive.

Most of our dive sites are between 15 m to 30 m deep and open toward the deep blue. We have fantastic rock formations and many kind of nudibraches.

All underwater activities are conducted by well-trained and experienced PADI Instructors to ensure your absolute safety and enjoyment.

Weligama have also an attractive sandy bay, the ideal base for snorkeling from the shore.

divers on the boat
taprobane island

The Sandy Village

Weligama is situated at the southern corner of Sri Lanka, about 24 km from the historic city of Galle and only two hour and half from Colombo with the new highway.

Just half an hour's drive from Galle, along majestic coconut groves, brings you to the beautiful Weligama Bay.

The term Weligama literally means "sandy village" which refers to the area's sandy sweep bay.

The famous German scientist philosopher Ernst Haekel who in 1882 set up a marine zoological laboratory in Weligama, called this secluded haven "Bella Gemma" the lovely gem and the pearl of Taprobane (another name for Sri Lanka)!