Hikkaduwa National Park

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  • Address: Thiranagama, Galle road, Hikkaduwa, Sri Lanka
  • Timings: 07:00 am - 06:30 pm Details
  • Ticket Price: 2 USD
  • Tags: Outdoors, National Park, Entertainment, Family And Kids, Adventure, Nature

Hikkaduwa National Park - Review

Go for a trip to Sri Lanka's underwater world. Rent Snorkelling gear from shacks around the ticket office for around $5 a day. Glass-bottomed boat rides are available for $14 for half an hour.

How To reach Hikkaduwa National Park by Public Transport

  • Thiranagama railway station
  • Kumarkanda Railway station

Restaurants Near Hikkaduwa National Park

  • Starbeans
  • Brother’s Spot
  • Spaghetti and Co

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  • Hikkaduwa National Park Address: Thiranagama, Galle road, Hikkaduwa, Sri Lanka
  • Hikkaduwa National Park Timing: 07:00 am - 06:30 pm
  • Hikkaduwa National Park Price: 2 USD
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Things to Know Before Visiting Hikkaduwa National Park

  • 95% of people who visit Hikkaduwa include Hikkaduwa National Park in their plan

  • 50.66% of people start their Hikkaduwa National Park visit around 09 AM - 10 AM

  • People usually take around 30 Minutes to see Hikkaduwa National Park

Wednesday, Friday and Saturday

73.79% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Hikkaduwa National Park

People normally club together Hikkaduwa Beach and Saffron Robes Gallery And Studio while planning their visit to Hikkaduwa National Park.

* The facts given above are based on traveler data on TripHobo and might vary from the actual figures

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Hikkaduwa National Park, Hikkaduwa Reviews

  • Almost all dead corals in a beautiful beach. There are few sea creatures to be spotted. But seemingly, it is plummeting due to on going environmental pollution like as almost everywhere else. There are many hotels around here as a tourist attracted site. Also plenty of fishing boats are around, plus snorkeling and surfing facilities can be found.

  • Still popularly known as the coral sanctuary,established in 1979 for the conservation of small, shallow area of reef now enclosed and protected by a string of rocks. It is home to myriad colourful species of tropical fish including parrotfish, unicorn fish, trunk fish, angle fish, and balloon fish. Turtles can be spot especially around full moon. The popular way of seeing the sanctuary is to hire a glass bottomed boat. Snorkeling is much more eco-friendly and you’ll see more. It is advised not to purchase or encourage sale of corals in order to protect the coral population from being ripped away for business purposes.

  • Good place to spend the day for fmily

  • Wow... out of the world. Well Organising.

  • Terrible place. Too many boats too many tourists and no one seems to care about the environment. People stand on corals people throw turtles around. Disgusting area and the worst is a polluted canal carrying black water right into the coral area ocean. Sri Lanka you should be ashamed of how you treat the planet. Don’t go and support this.

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Hikkaduwa national park
  • I want to know glass boat prices and entrees ticket price for one person.

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    • Ticket price: 2 USD4

      Glass-bottom boat ride: 14 USD for 30 minutes

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