Traditional fishing in Kalutara takes place out at sea and on the river that flows through the city. A boat called an “oruwa” is used along with time-honoured fishing techniques.
When it comes to the best wedding photo locations in Kalutara, couples can choose to have their ceremony on the beach, by the river, at a ballroom or at a local church.
Get ready for a palatable experience! Step into the amazing Sri Lankan food culture by tasting some of the most loved local dishes. Read to find out more about four must try dishes while here.
Kalutara district is a region in Sri Lanka that is home to a variety of places of interest including the historic Fa Hien Caves, Asokaramaya Temple and Richmond Castle.
The district of Kalutara has many iconic locations to explore on your vacation here. Given in this article are a few ‘must visits’ that are famous among foreign visitors.
The West Coast Tattoo Studio in Kalutara is a hub of talented tattoo artists and both locals and foreigners love the place for the art and vibe the place offers. People have various reasons for wanting a tattoo inked on their body parts, but for most, it is a way of speaking with images or artsy drawings.
Wondering how to arrange a beach wedding? Check out our info-graphic to know the essential tips to make your special day hassle free.
Are you Interested in learning to cook delectable Sri Lankan cuisines from an experienced chef? Spice spoons is a renowned Sri Lankan cookery class that is available to foodie travelers who are interested in taking the secrets of these local delicacies home.
Be a part of this humane project to save endangered sea turtles in Kosgoda, Sri Lanka. Sea turtles are looked after even before they were hatched and released into the ocean to live their lives naturally.
Toddy tapping and drinking the fermented liquid from the coconut flower is a local thing to do, and is a must try for visitors coming to Kalutara. Behold how they tackle dangerous tight-ropes skillfully from tree to tree.