Sri Lanka, an island nation located south of India, is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the South Asian region. Known for its rich heritage, vibrant society, and breathtaking scenic beauty, Sri Lanka is today known throughout the world for its perfect blends of tea and thriving hospitality industry. Sri Lanka is also home to several awe-inspiring archaeological sites, loads recreational attractions, unique cultural festivals and customs, and golden sandy beaches.
Speaking of golden sandy, one of the more popular golden sandy beaches along the southern belt of Sri Lanka is the Unawatuna Beach. Unawatuna is a small town located in the Southern Province of Sri Lanka, a few kilometers before the city of Galle. This quaint town has, over the years, become a popular destination amongst beach-goers, and promises to offer its visitors a memorable stay. Many travel companies such as Jetwing Travels, which offer promote travel, leisure, and golf in Sri Lanka, offer travel packages to Unawatuna as well.
The Unawatuna Beach is a beautiful golden sandy beach dotted with luscious coconut palms. The blue waters of the beach are warm and calm, making it great for swimming and water sports. At the outset, it must be said that the Unawatuna Beach doesn’t rank as one of Sri Lanka’s most beautiful and tranquil beaches. However, what it lacks in beauty it makes up for in ambiance. The Unawatuna Beach has long been considered a calm and peaceful coastal location with most of its visitors coming to Unawatuna to just chill out. The chilled out vibes of the beach, coupled with its pleasant golden sands and calm waters, truly makes the beach well worth visiting. Given its popularity, the beach is also dotted with many bars, restaurants, and hotels, which offer many leisure and recreational facilities. In conclusion, the Unawatuna Beach is a great coastal destination if are looking for a place to chill out.
Pushpitha Wijesinghe is an experienced independent freelance writer. He specializes in providing a wide variety of content and articles related to the travel hospitality industry. Google+