Matara Tourism & Travel Guide

Adam's Peak shrouded in clouds Galle fort Polhen Beach Tea Plantations near Hatton View from top of Sigiriya If there is something you will hear from travelers in Sri Lanka is how costly visiting some of the sites are....

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Another option is to take a train to Matra and a bus or taxi to your beach. There are wide choices of accommodation available from the pricey ones to dorm rooms. On our visit in February we found you can easily get a room after reaching the beach.2. The Tea plantationsSri Lanka produces some really good tea. The hill country is covered with tea plantations and they open their doors to visitors. You can expect a tour of the estate covering the plantations, tea processing techniques along with tea tasting. Most of these are free though you might be offered some paid refreshments. You can take a train or bus to get to one of the towns. Most of these plantations will be around if you are in the hills. A few plantations can also be found near the coast. These produce spices, coconut and rubber along with tea. Most of the visits are usually day tours but you can ask for accommodation in the estate. These are quite expensive and may defeat the free purpose.3. The Alternate Sigiriya
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