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KALPITIYA DISCOVERY DIVING

KALPITIYA DISCOVERY DIVING

At Kalpitiya Discovery Diving and Ocean Adventures were all about fun and excitement in a safe and environmentally responsible manner.

DUTCH FORT OF KALPITIYA

DUTCH FORT OF KALPITIYA

Kalpitiya, that was called Calpenteyn or Calpetty by the Dutch, is a narrow land tongue that stretches to the north for about 50 kilometres beyond Puttlam, parallel to the mainland.

COLONIAL BUILDINGS

COLONIAL BUILDINGS

Situated at the very tip of the peninsula, the Dutch Fort was built upon a Portuguese stockade and Jesuit Chapel in 1667. The small fort guarded the strategic entrance to the large lagoon, as the Dutch attempted to control King Rajasingha’s trade with India.

ST. ANNE’S CHURCH, TALAWILA

ST. ANNE’S CHURCH, TALAWILA

Talawila, is a cosy little town nestled within the Kalpitiya Peninsula, where the famous century-old sanctuary of St. Anne’s stands.

PUTTLAM LAGOON

PUTTLAM LAGOON

Situated 80 miles north from Colombo, the capital of Sri Lanka, Puttalam is a small but very populous town. Famous for salt and fishing, Puttalam is the home to one of Sri Lanka's largest lagoons, also called Puttalam lagoon.

DEDURU OYA

DEDURU OYA

Deduru Oya Bridge is situated , in North Western province .in Puttlam District . Chilaw . It has , built on Puttlam Chilaw Road . in a city area . It`s a long Bridge, though it`s built in a city area , covered with huge green trees.

MUNNESWARAM TEMPLE

MUNNESWARAM TEMPLE

Among the renowned Siva kovils which emerged in various parts of Ilankai, Munneswaram kovil at Cilapam in the western part of Ilankai was prominent and extolled as a kovil of great antiquity.

UDAPPU TEMPLE

UDAPPU TEMPLE

Currently this is the highest monumental tower built Kovil in Sri Lanka. Actual height is 108feet with 9 step basement structure. Known as very famous Hindu Kovil for Fire Walking event while July festival of Udappu.

WILPATTU NATIONAL PARK

WILPATTU NATIONAL PARK

Wilpattu National Park is a park located on the island of Sri Lanka. The unique feature of this park is the existence of "Willus" - Natural, sand-rimmed water basins or depressions that fill with rainwater.