Escape for a day to the idyllic Negombo Lagoon on a private tour with your own personal guide. Visit the bustling fish market of Negombo where you can purchase fresh fish to supplement a provided seafood lunch. Explore the mangroves by boat, do some fishing, and watch traditional fishermen haul in their catch. You can participate in grilling your lunch before an island picnic, then take a catamaran ride through the canals of the lagoon. Includes hotel transport by boat or tuk-tuk.
The convenient distance from the international airport (15 km) makes it easy to add a dive trip in Negombo at the beginning or end of your holiday in Sri Lanka. Equally good as a “thing to do in Negombo” and as an activity to do during a long beach stay in Negombo. The hidden world in Negombo has remained relatively unspoiled even with the throngs of tourists that visit every year.Visitors get the chance to dive into these waters to witness the colourful and exotic life that thrives beneath the surface. Vibrant corals, schools of multi-coloured fish and interesting shipwrecks are aplenty in this underwater paradise. Excellent marine life: Schools of barracuda, travelly, fusiliers, blue stripe snappers, honey comb moray, large schools of goldline, spinetrek, Oriental sweet lips, Yellow jack, lobsters, and rays are some of the fishes that could be seen. Excellent shipwrecks: Wreck Chief Dragon, Taprobane wreck, and Aircraft carrier wreck of 1945 are some of the best.
This is an ideal shore excursion which commence from Colombo harbor and then proceed through the buzzing local fish market of Negombo. You can buy fresh fish for lunch, explore the mangroves by boat, do some fishing and experience how local fishers carry out traditional fishing. Then take a catamaran ride and have a picnic lunch on an island with grilled seafood.
Negombo is considered to be one of the best locations to go deep sea game fishing on Sri Lanka's western coast. The convenient distance from the international airport (15 km) makes it easy to add one of our fishing trips to the beginning or end of your holiday in Sri Lanka. Equally good as a “thing to do in Negombo” as a long beach stay guest.Close to the coast you will find Grouper, Snapper Emperor, Bonefish while a bit further out Indian Mackerel, Spanish Mackerel, Seer fish, Kingfish, Barracuda, Barramundi, Jackfish, Trevally, Tuna and far out Sailfish, Swordfish, Marlin and Shark. You will be led by an experienced and knowledgeable fishing guide.
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Muthurajawela is a marsh in Sri Lanka in the southern region of the Negombo lagoon, 30 km (19 mi) north of Colombo. The Muthurajawela Marshes are 3,068 - 7,580 acres in area and the country's largest saline coastal peat bog. Some of the identified species have been shown to be indigenous to the marsh. Muthurajawela is the largest saline coastal peat bog in Sri Lanka. The Marsh together with the Negombo Lagoon form an integrated coastal wetland Eco-system with marsh lagoon complex itself estimated to have originated around the year 5000 BC. The marsh is a major local and tourist attraction, primarily for sightseeing and boating tours, and the area also supports local agriculture and forestry. Before the ended of tour you haves a special sea food lunch at Muthrajawela lagoon resort.