Popular Posts

Sonoran Desert – where life dwells amongst the san…

Scottsdale is known for its upscale nightlife with an eclectic blend of nightclubs, theatres, jazz clubs and restaurants s…

Read More

Exciting Sea Kayaking in Phuket…

Sea kayaking in the environs of Phuket is an enthralling experience that will be enjoyed by all. The areas of Krabi and Ph…

Read More

Hot Air Ballooning With Air Magic – Sri Lanka Sigh…

Ever thought of soaring in the skies like a bird, enjoying the panorama that unfolds below through a bird’s eye view and…

Read More

Camel Safari, a delightful desert experience…

A camel safari is undoubtedly one of the most exciting and memorable activities to be experienced in the environs of Abu D…

Read More

The Awe-inspiring Mount Wellington – Hobart’…

The state capital of the island state of Tasmania, Hobart is the second oldest capital city of Australia. Hobart is Tasman…

Read More

Travelling in Miami…

There is no other lively city in the world than Miami which is positioned in South Eastern Florida, United States. Known a…

Read More
Contact

Click here to Contact us for more information

Whale Watching in Sri Lanka –The Gentle Giants of the Ocean!
Posted on by
« Previous Post   |   Next Post »

The island of Sri Lanka is quite a popular whale watching destination in South Asia, and many travellers head to the tropical isle to get a close and tantalising glimpse of these gentle giants.

Image by Oren Rozen, NZ280315 Kaikoura Whale Watching 03, CC BY-SA 3.0

Top Spots

The major locations to enjoy whale watching in Sri Lanka are Kalpitiya, Mirissa, and Trincomalee. All of these three destinations are wildly popular among tourists and have much to offer them in terms of marine life and more.

Best Time

The best time to set off on whale watching excursions is considered to be during the months of December, January, and April. During these times, you have a 95% chance of spotting whales migrating just off Dondra Point. Many travel companies on the island such as Nkar Travel House offer great packages to do so with minimal hassle.

Types of Whale Species to Spot

The Sri Lankan waters are home to the largest pod of blue whales in the world. Among the types of whale species you will encounter, include sperm and Byrde’s whales. If you happen to be really lucky you might even spot a killer whale.

Other Types of Sea Life

Apart from the whales, you can also spot plenty of bottlenose dolphins, Risso ‘s dolphins along with large pods of spinner and striped dolphins.

 

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+

Follow Me on Pinterest

 
« Previous Post   |   Next Post »

Comments are closed.

Blog Archives