Rumassala Sanctuaries Jungle

  • Address: Unutuwana, Sri Lanka, Unawatuna
  • Tags: Wildlife Sanctuary , Family And Kids

About Rumassala Sanctuaries Jungle, Unawatuna

Hankering after some respite away from the hustle bustle of city life? The perfect way to satiate this is to indulge in a vacation at Rumassala at Unatuwana, the pride of Sri Lanka. Its natural milieu heightened with serenity offers an escape into a realm of quiescent beauty overlooking the coast of Galle and Indian Ocean. One of the most picturesque destinations, it boasts of natural grandeur with its majestic hills, beach and biodiversity. With an array of places to visit like jungle beach, old ancient Pagoda, spice gardens and a host of water activities to perform, it surely is an experience worth your time and money. Untrodden by many, this place is sure to charm and delight soul revelers by offering a range of options, waiting to be explored.

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How To reach Rumassala Sanctuaries Jungle by Public Transport

  • Take the Matara train till Galle.
  • From Galle tuk-tuk or local bus A2 which plies till the sanctuary.

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Things to Know Before Visiting Rumassala Sanctuaries Jungle

  • 95% of people who visit Unawatuna include Rumassala Sanctuaries Jungle in their plan

  • 32.92% of people start their Rumassala Sanctuaries Jungle visit around 3 PM - 4 PM

  • People usually take around 30 Minutes to see Rumassala Sanctuaries Jungle

Wednesday, Friday and Saturday

55.8% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Rumassala Sanctuaries Jungle

People normally club together Martin Wickramasinghe Folk Museum Complex and Japanese Peace Pagoda while planning their visit to Rumassala Sanctuaries Jungle.

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Rumassala Sanctuaries Jungle, Unawatuna Reviews

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  • Awesome beach. There is a very narrow road to reach the beach. It’s very famous with local and foreign tourists. This place has been started getting polluted with left over material tourist brought.

  • Nice place to visit. Expensive boat rides are available. But not worthy. Good place to have a sun bath & sea bath.

  • there are many routes to the Roomassala Beach, the one we took was through the roomassala Wild Life Sanctuary which was a bit round about way. there is a shorter much easier route by way of stair way just before you come to the peach pagoda. the beach is a good place to rest and relax and take in the ocean scenery of Sri Lanka. There is also an well that sailors used in ancient times to supply the ships with water at the beach. this well looks like a pond now but there is a sign posted by Sri Lanka Navy to give information about the well.

  • Awesome beach.. clean water and no rough waves. Enjoyed alot

  • A good place to see some dense trees. way to reach is bit difficult

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