Location: Ahungalla is located 78 km south of Colombo in the western coastal belt of Sri Lanka.

Reaching Ahungalla: Ahungalla can be reached by main Colombo-Galle-Matara (A2) motor road as well as by southern railway line.

Setting: Ahungalla is a small fishing village with a stunning and serene stretch of palm fringed sandy beach 13km south of the Bentota, the prime beach holiday resort of Sri Lanka.

Accomodation at Ahungalla: Renowned for its large beachfront luxury-hotels and small beachfront boutique style villas, all set in lush tropical gardens with eco-friendly concepts.

Excursion from Ahungalla: River Madu Ganga boat safari Kosgoda Turtle beach and Turtle hatchery Induruwa beach.

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About Galle District

Galle is a city situated on the southwestern tip of Sri Lanka, 119 km from Colombo. Galle is the best example of a fortified city built by Europeans in south and Southeast Asia, showing the interaction between European architectural styles and south Asian traditions. The Galle fort is a world heritage site and the largest remaining fortress in Asia built by European occupiers.

Galle is a sizeable town, bySri Lankan standards, and has a population of 91,000, the majority of whom are of Sinhalese ethnicity. There is also a large Sri Lankan Moor minority, particularly in the fort area, which descend from Arab merchants that settled in the ancient port of Galle.

About Southern Province

The Southern Province of Sri Lanka is a small geographic area consisting of the districts of Galle, Matara and Hambantota. Subsistence farming and fishing is the main source of income for the vast majority of the people of this region.

Important landmarks of the Southern Province include the wildlife sanctuaries of the Yala and Udawalawe National Parks, the holy city of Kataragama, and the ancient cities of Tissamaharama, Kirinda and Galle. (Although Galle is an ancient city, almost nothing survives from before the Portuguese invasion.) During the Portuguese period there were two famous Sinhalese poets called Andare who was from Dickwella and Gajaman Nona who was from Denipitiya in Matara District, composing poems on common man.