Jungle Beach, Galle

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Jungle Beach, Galle - Address, Phone Number

Address: Rummassala, Unawatuna, Galle 80000, Sri Lanka

Phone: +94-714391628

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Located between Galle and Unawatuna, the jungle beach is a petite beach that can even be reached on foot. The beach is very easily accessible and is clearly visible from the Japanese Peace Pagoda in Galle. Jungle Beach is perfect for snorkeling and is very popular for the same. Pick a day out to enjoy some great snorkeling around the rocks of the bay amidst reef fish, moray eels, barracudas, trigger fish, parrot fish, crabs, etc. But be careful of being pushed too close to the rocks by the waves.

Jungle Beach Information

  • Guides may bully you saying the beach is tough to find. Don’t believe them.
  • Don’t pay for snorkeling trips. It can be enjoyed at the beach for free.
  • There is a restaurant on the beach.
  • Carry sun screen.
  • You can rent a snorkel gear. However try getting your own gear along.

How To reach Jungle Beach by Public Transport

  • Train: Unawatuna Railway Station
  • Katugoda Railway Station        
  • Galle Railway Station
  • Bus: Unawatuna Bus Stop              
  • Eramudugaha Junction Bus Stop
  • Katugoda Bus Stop

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Jungle Beach, Galle Reviews - Write a Review

  • Steep though well paved walk to a small, isolated and fairly quiet beach with nice sand. A small bar. Seems to have a fairly good atmosphere.

  • Best beach ever..calm and lovely tides.. suitable for swimming(any time) and snorkeling(in season)..

  • Not bad. But a misleading name. Maybe it was a jungle many years ago. It's just an ordinary small bay these days. Full of often intoxicated local tourists

  • Nice place, though we were there in a weekend were all the locals were celebrating and partying, and we later realized why there were no tourists there. It just became too much (questions, selfies, friend requests on Facebook etc).

  • Awesome Place to visit. It is surrounded by sea and other natural beauty.

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