Trincomalee Tourism


Marble Beach

Marble Beach Trincomalee Sri Lanka is blessed with a great many beautiful beaches. In fact, the island’s pristine coastline is one of the main reasons thousands of tourists flock to the island each year. The eastern coast of Sri Lanka is particularly renowned for stunning coastal locations, and few can surpass the picturesque scenery of

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Trincomalee Harbour

Trincomalee Harbour

Trincomalee Harbour Trincomalee Harbour, the third largest natural harbor in the world, has been visited by many local and international traders and explorers. A harbor of significant importance during the colonial era, the Port Authority is currently making it an important commercial seaport of Sri Lanka today. Highlights  Trincomalee harbor is the world’s third-largest harbour

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Lovers Leap Trincomalee

Lovers Leap

Lovers Leap Trincomalee Lovers leap is one of the many breathtaking views in the coastal town of Trincomalee. You could find the famous lovers leap, en route to the Rameswaram temple. The legends say the Lovers Leap, which is a cleft, was formed by the action of Ravana when he had lifted the rock temple; Lord

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Sober Island, Trincomalee, Sri Lanka

Sober Island

Sober Island Trincomalee Sober Island was first occupied by the French. “Admiral Jacob Blaquet de la Haye” in 1672 and by “Admiral Suffren” in 1782. The British took over the island after the Treaty of Paris in 1784 and later developed it for their military requirements and was essentially a military establishment. However before the

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Spotted Deer Trincomalee

Spotted Deer

Spotted Deer Trincomalee There are over 60 different species of deer worldwide. Deer are present on all continents except Antarctica. They can live in a range of habitats, from mountainous areas to warm and wet rainforests. The Barbary red deer is the only species present in Africa When most deer are born, they have white

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