Whale watching & Dolphin watching in Mirissa

Whale and Dolphin watching excursion in Mirissa Sri Lanka

Set sail to Indian ocean with us to get whale watching Safari experience of a lifetime. Witness the largest animal ever existed on earth, even bigger than the dinosaurs, according to the BBC documentary Sri Lanka's Dondra Point lies between whale's migratory path from the Atlantic Ocean and southern corners of Australia. They annually migrate to their winter breeding and calving grounds in the warmer tropical waters of the Indian Ocean. Since this is a hotspot, you have a 95 % chance of spotting Blue Whales and great chances of spotting Sperm Whales, during your whale watching safari in Sri Lanka. The best time to do whale watching at Mirissa would be November to April. You can easily spot whales because we set sail to a place where whales permanently reside in their natural habitat for the most of the time

We set sail from the Mirissa Fishing harbor at 7.00 am and you will be provided with Life jackets, Bottled water and picnic breakfast. Passengers are fully insured and equipped with communication equipment, Life Raft and Life rings. You will be guided by an experienced local guide who can show you a good time in watching whales and dolphins and brief you on everything relate to this sea excursion. And this trip duration is 3 to 5 hours
We do whale watching trips as per the guidelines provided by international whaling commissions

Why from us

All inclusive hassele free package.   Free pick up from Mirissa area.   Bottled water and picnic breakfast.   Free 100% Cancelaton before 24h.   Arrage traspotation from anywheer on a additional cost.   We accept PayPal   24/7 Support
  • All inclusive hassele free package.
  • Free pick up from Mirissa area.
  • Bottled water and picnic breakfast.
  • Free 100% Cancelaton before 24h.
  • Arrage traspotation from anywheer on a additional cost.
  • We accept PayPal.
  • 24/7 Support
Whale watching cost per personn - 50 USD
We accept PayPal or credit card
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