Weligama / Mirissa
Sri Lanka (Ceylon before 1972) is known as the Pearl of the Indian Ocean.
The Weligama Village situated by a large natural bay shielded by a shallow coral reef. You can find shallow reef to snorkel and fantastic rock formations under the sea.
The easiest way to go to Sri Lanka is to fly directly to Colombo International Airport CMB or Mattala Rajapaksa International Airport HRI (since 2013).
Weligama and Mirissa are located between Galle and Matara. You can reach by rail or the new proper highway which put colombo airport 3 hours far from the school.
Accommodation and Restaurants
There are plenty of very comfortable hotels and guest houses in Weligama. You are looking for a place close to our dive center. We can help you to find the right place.
New Bay View Villa and Restaurant
Sea Line Beach Restaurant and Guesthouse
Samaraweera Place, Weligama
Phone: +94 774 950 8252
We can arrange many other activities around the school. From Whale Watching, Yoga, Surf Lessons, Jungle Trips, Temple Tours and more.
Whale and Dolphin Watching (Wiyana Marine Luxury Boat)You can seek and explore Blue Whales and Dolphines around Sri Lanka.
Normal rates are 35 € / 30 pounds per adult & it's half for childrens and if you booking online, attach the special discounts and rates to every adults and childrens. Kids under 5 years is for free.
YogaYou like Yoga and looking for a nice place where you can practice? We can introduce you to yoga teachers in Weligama.
Surfing in Mirissa and WeligamaMirissa and Weligama Beaches are rapidly becoming a popular Surfer hangout during the months of November to March.
The place is good for beginners and a nice place to meet people. For the one who does not like to paddle, they can go in from the little island close to the left hander.
Jungle Trips and Temple ToursTo visit the Sri Lankan jungles is to enter a whole new world where nature has largely stayed still. Elephants has been associated for so long with the people in their traditional and religious activities.
If you are interested in Buddhist tourism, Sri Lanka is a Buddhist nation with around 70% of the population following the religion. Many temples make up for an interesting visit.