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Beautiful place to visit. Walking through the jungle next to the temple walk down to the beach only sad thing about this place it was not clean too many disposed plastic :(
best for nature lovers and to do snorkelling on the way you will...More
The walk to this beach was full of rubbish. Distressing. The place is filthy and full of people drinking and with loud music. There is NO snorkling to be done. On leaving we decided to tale a tuk tuk and they are slmost mafia like....More
What to write about this “beautiful” place. Full of garbage and people. It is truly a jungle beach, but i do not have the urge to pay a second visit to this place. There are much nicer beaches in south coast of SL
As much as I thought it was a beautiful spot, tourists (and possibly locals) have let it down by leaving litter behind on the beach. I feel the lack of bins hasn’t helped this, but it’s still everyone’s responsibility to clean up after themselves.
Please note there are 2 jungle beaches next to each other, but the entrances are 500 m apart. The one marked on Google maps and towards the end of the road is just Jungle Beach, and the one before that is White Jungle Beach. The...More
I would say hikkaduwa beach would be easier to access for someone not able to mobilise easily. There was a steep gradient at unawatuna. The water was warm in december.at hikkaduwa there was shallow flat beach near neelas... More
I would say hikkaduwa beach would be easier to access for someone not able to mobilise easily. There was a steep gradient at unawatuna. The water was warm in december.at hikkaduwa there was shallow flat beach near neelas place and international beach hotel.
Response from ClaptonChris | Reviewed this property |
Pretty much as Google says, I think. We went via Tuk from the road to Galle which climbs over the hill and drops down towards the beach.
I was told that you can go round the corner via the pagoda, but it takes quite a while.