Smaal beach. Have to walk there. Not many sunbeds, nice for snorkling. A few wild dogs.Not recommended for elderlt people.
I'm not quite sure why people bother going a long way just to get to the Jungle Beach. If your accomodation is right there, that's fine - the beach is pretty and surrounded by its namesake. The waves are not as strong as elsewhere if you stay close to the beach. It is very small, however, and the water is... More
You could take a tuk tuk ride or hike across the hills from unawatuna, or take a short boat ride. LOVELY PLACE FOR SNORKELLING ! and spending a quiet day away from the hustle bustle of unawatuna beach.
it is a must see beach too small but very clean and private if not on a weekend , highly suggested to bring your own food like fruit or sandwiches as the only restaurant providing cooked food there is horrible, dirty and no one has a clue of how to cook a dish also fish is never fresh there,
I had a nice day there. Less people then at Unawatuna bay, but somebody told mу that during the weekend it`s really crowded with locals.
We (me, my wife, our 12 year old daughter) loved Jungle Beach. More relaxed and laidback than the main Unawatuna beach, it's just a twenty minute walk away over the headland via the Peace Pagoda. Did a little snorkelling and saw some some quite groovy fish, but if you are a hardcore snorkeller I imagine it's nothing to write home... More
Easy walk away from the town, lovely beach overlooking Galle. A nice bar serving drinks and decent food at reasonable prices. Much better than the main beach in Unawatuna.
Ask your tuktuk driver to take the jungle road. You see what's behind all the tourism of Unawatuna and were the villagers live. It is an easy way to get lost if you go on your own and you don't always see a lot of locals to ask the way, so maybe more clever to take tuktuks there before you... More
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