Madu River Safari in Sri Lanka

Balapitiya is a small fishing village in the the south western coast of Sri Lanka. Located midway between Bentota and Hikkaduwa Tourist Resorts, Balapitiya is the ideal starting point for boat safaris along River Madu Ganga. The River Madu Ganga rich in birdlife is home to no less than 64 islands with a vegetation of mangrove eco system. Roundtrip boat rides are organized by the hotels around Balapitiya.

The western cost of Sri Lanka, where the sparkling waters of the Indian Ocean lustfully kiss the golden sands of one of the best beach stretches in the world. Inviting beach lovers from all over the world, this heaven on earth brought millions of dreams to life. Travelling down 80 kilometers on this magical avenue of pleasure, commonly called ‘The Galle Road’ (High Way- A2), one can reach the town of Balapitiya, where the mysterious ‘Madu Ganga’ (Madu River) embraces the Indian Ocean; where we embark on a journey which holds a story worth telling.

Balapitiya Madu River (Maduganga) Safari is another beautiful place to engage in boat safaris due to picturesque landscapes, beautiful wildlife with many different species of birds, ecosystem and the very high biodiversity. There are around 15 islands which are surrounded by water throughout the year.

Castaway Camping

For the adventure enthusiast, Madu Ganga showcases the Garden of Eden. Spend a night inside a tent by the bonfire in a UN inhabited island, getting your taste buds satisfied by the fresh catch on BBQ and wake up next morning to explore the rest of many wonders along the journey. Your safety of course is our responsibility.

Bird watching

The eco system in Madu Ganga wet land is immensely colorful with its flora and fauna. It’s just a binocular away from you and 115 species itself will encounter this spectacular world, visible to only keen eyes.