Mirissa Tourism & Travel Guide

9 Days
Day 9 (Ella - Mirissa)

After breakfast, I left for the Ella Bus stand to catch a Bus to Mirissa. But, there is no direct...

I saw the blue whale in Mirissa

One of the main reasons I put Mirissa on the list of places to visit during my trip to Sri Lanka ...

In the sea with Dolphins - Mirissa, South Sri Lanka

Mirissa is a small town on the south coast of Sri Lanka, located in the Matara District of the So...

Sakie Ariyawansa
10 Days
Day 10 (Mirissa)

Early morning around 5AM, the owner of the resort, woke me up. He had arranged a tuk-tuk for my p...

11 Days
Day 11 (Mirissa - Galle)

Next morning, I got up a bit late. I was unable to bend my knee, the pain had worsened. The owner...

All You Need To Know About The Thrilling Water Sports Scene In Sri Lanka 

If you think your vacation to Sri Lanka can only be a silent affair, brace yourself for an exciti...


I boarded the bus from Unawatuna to Colombo which was around 3 hours journey. I had booked the hostel at Galle Face in C...
Nuwara Eliya
Finally we reached "Nuwara Eliya". Nuwara Eliya resembles an old English town, complete with a lake, race track, well ke...
Day 3 we started with morning breakfast from Hotel itself. We had a small tour around Nuwara Eliya city. As this was our...
My injury had made me weak and to some extent killed my enthusiasm. I woke up a bit late. I was running short of cash. S...
After check-in to hotel, I left for Dambulla caves which were mesmerizing. The rain made me leave early and reached the ...
The train ride from Kandy to Ella is considered one of the best train ride in the world. No doubt the rush was maximum. ...

About Mirissa

Next morning, we headed out into the sea from the neighbouring sea village, Mirissa, to see whales! It was an ecstatic morning view with the star-lit blue sky fading to make way for the sun to peep in from dark grey clouds and reflect on the midnight blue Indian Ocean. We ferried 15 miles into the ocean to see sudden fountain like burst in the middle of the sea. That’s how one tracks a whale in the ocean. Once you sight the biggest mammal on earth, you sit overwhelmed and stare at the huge, swift creature floating up to breathe in and then dives back into the ocean.

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