Enjoy a thrilling journey around Galle in a private, air-conditioned wagon charter that provides easy, comfortable, and convenient transportation. Reach all of your destinations without difficulty, choosing the route that you want. Select the time option that suits you best, with services for a 4, 8, or 12 hour charter. Maximize your time in Galle as you customize your own itinerary, so you can go to where you want to go and see the sights you want to see. A number of vehicle options are available, between wagon and van, so you and your group can be accommodated comfortably.
Sri Lanka's city of Galle has a multitude of sights to see for tourists in the mood for sun, sea, and adventure. Expect to view many stone sea walls, expanded by the Dutch, and car-free streets with architecture reflecting Portuguese, Dutch, and British rule. Your tour begins with a convenient hotel pick up by your English-speaking guide, with your first stop being the stunning Kalutara Bodhiya Buddhist Temple before heading over to Kosgoda's turtle hatchery, where you get to see baby turtles going out into the sea.
If you're an animal lover looking to meet some new species you've never seen before, best take this one-of-a-kind safari tour at the Udawalawe National Park! Travel to this location hassle-free with a convenient pick up from your hotel or accommodation in Galle. What else is great is that you get to enjoy breakfast included in the package while on the way to the park. When you finally reach Udawalawe National Park, you'll be able to enjoy the safari tour right away while getting to see and learn about the many animals that reside in the area.
Galle, a city by the sea, is a beautiful location to visit and explore, and this can be done through a fun way by riding a scooter tour that takes you on a half day or whole day adventure. With the aid of a driver guide, you'll visit the most famous of Galle's sights. This includes the famous Galle Dutch Fort, which is full of history from the foreign occupation of the area. History stories continue at the National Museum and the Japanese Peace Pagoda.