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Southern Province - Zoos & Aquariums

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Lanka Tracker (Matara)
#1 of 5 attractions in Southern Province
Category: Tours
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#2 of 5 attractions in Southern Province
Category: Boat Tours
Owner description: We are a local family, providing environmental and sustainable whale watching in Mirissa, Sri Lanka. We are very keen on... more » Owner description: We are a local family, providing environmental and sustainable whale watching in Mirissa, Sri Lanka. We are very keen on protecting the whales and also have been doing research about them for many years now. We are very proud that we are recommended in the new Sri Lankan lonely planet and by so many users of tripadvisor. Please help to protect the whales!For bookings please send us an email (anytime) or give us a call between 2 pm and 8 pm. « less
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Turtle Hutchery (Hikkaduwa)
#3 of 5 attractions in Southern Province
Category: Nature/ Wildlife Areas
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Snake Farm (Matara)
#4 of 5 attractions in Southern Province
Category: Zoos
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#5 of 5 attractions in Southern Province
Category: Tourist/ Visitor Centers
Owner description: This is the first purpose built information and research centre in Sri Lanka, and aims to educate and create awareness of... more » Owner description: This is the first purpose built information and research centre in Sri Lanka, and aims to educate and create awareness of these magnificent creatures. At present, 28 species of cetaceans (whales and dolphins) have been recorded in Sri Lankan waters and sightings from Mirissa alone include Brydes Whale, Blue Whale, Pilot Whale, Orca, different types of Dolphins, however very little is still understood about their behavior or why they are seen in these waters. « less
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