Holidays To Trincomalee

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Trincomalee, which is frequently known as Trinco, is a city in North Eastern Sri Lanka. The city saw plenty of fighting in the time of the civil war but has currently been moving past that, rapidly developing into a fascinating tourist site with respectable beaches and sights. Trinco is popular for its stunning beaches in the adjacent Uppuveli (6km) and Nilaveli (12km) north of the city. Trincomalee is a very close-packed town so walking is the best method to view the town. For lengthier tours tuk-tuks (three-wheeler rickshaws) are obtainable at almost every corner. To get to Uppuveli (LKR20) or Nilaveli (LKR40) catch a bus from the bus station in town. You could also hire a bicycle or a motorbike for a day to travel around Trincomalee city and the beaches, it's a pleasant way to discover the region. Fort Fredrick is an ancient Dutch fort situated on a cape east of the town center. it is really pleasant and a fine place to tour. There is a nice Hindu temple on top of the ridge at the end of the cape with beautiful sights, there is also Pigeon Island national park, 1km offshore, which could be reached with native tour dealers (just question your hotel or inn) and is favored for its white sand, rock pigeon reproduction grounds and shark glimpses. It’s around LKR2000-3000 for the boat, National Park entrance, processing fee as well as VAT. Book holidays to Trincomalee with Travel Center and gain from our all-inclusive holidays which comprise of affordable flights, inexpensive lodging and adaptable booking options. We at Travel Center are committed to make sure that your holiday to Trincomalee is the best!

Holidays to Trincomalee

Trincomalee, Sri Lanka

Anilana - Nilaveli - £782 PP

Trincomalee

Sri Lanka

5 Nights

Bed & Breakfast

Holidays to Trincomalee

Trincomalee, Sri Lanka

Amaranthé Bay Resort & Spa - £772 PP

Trincomalee

Sri Lanka

5 Nights

Room Only

Holidays to Trincomalee

Trincomalee, Sri Lanka

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Trincomalee

Sri Lanka

5 Nights

Bed & Breakfast

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Time Zone

UTC+05:30 hours

Airlines Flying

SriLankan Airlines, Emirates, Jet Airways, Kuwait Airways, Qatar Airways

Languages

Tamil, Sinhala, English

Best Time to Travel

March to August

Modes of Transport

Bus, Boats, Car, Train, Tuk tuk

Currency Exchange Rate

1.00 GBP = 213.44 LKR
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Kandasamy Kovil

This respected temple at the top of a stony projection is one of Sri Lanka’s pancha ishwaram, five ancient Hindu temples committed to Shiva. It comprises the lingam (Hindu phallic mark) noted as the Swayambhu Lingam. It's an historic site of worship, but the modern construction goes back to 1952.

Fort Frederick

Fort Fredrick has been a protectively significant location for years, the castle is inhabited currently by the Sri Lankan military, but you could roam about considerable portions of this once large station. Various cannons and guns are strewn all over the dominion, which also has a tiny amount of spotted deer.

Harbour

The Trincomalee harbour, which is the fifth biggest natural harbour in the world, is overlooked by terraced plateau, its access point is guarded by two capes, and there is a carriage road down its northern and eastern borders. This remarkable site is a must visit for all tourist.

Pathirakali Amman Temple

Pathirakali Amman Temple also named as the Kali Kovil, is a Hindu temple committed to the goddess Bhadrakali, constructed in traditional Dravidian design, the Kovil is situated just past the Konesar Road Esplanade prior to the access point to Konamamalai (Swami Rock).

Dutch Bay

Located right in the middle of Trincomalee town is the beautiful and charming Dutch Bay. Swimming is manageable even with occasional hazardous undertows. But, it’s more of a location for walks, and ice-cream vendors, serving the evening strollers.

Koneswaram Temple

An astonishing construction with spectacular sights and it is a very religious site as well. This temple is situated just after the Fort Fredrick. People from all around the world come to tour the place & it also has stunning sights of the bay and the metropolis and it’s a well conserved site.

Trincomalee War Cemetery

The British war cemetery in Trincomalee has tombs of British army, navy and air force dignitaries who passed away in Sri Lanka during 1939 and 1945. One of Trinco's prominent appeals, with extreme ancient and cultural worth. This place is spotless and a delight to the eye.

Marble Beach

With stunning clear waters and a view, this beach is ideal for swimming and strolling, the water is very transparent, calm and not so deep or terrifying. Here you could not only swim but snorkel as well, The Sri Lanka Air Force takes care of it in a huge way and keeps the surroundings clean.

Hoods Tower Museum

A naval museum of the Sri Lanka Navy in Trincomalee. Situated on a tall hill looking over the entry to the internal port of Trincomalee inside the SLN Dockyard. The Museum obtains its title from the Hoods Tower a viewing tower titled after Vice-Admiral Sir Samuel Hood, Commander of the East Indies Station.

Arisimale Beach

A hidden jewel, the difference of this beach is its sand, which looks precisely like uncooked grains of rice! The entry trails to this place rests between a plot of low and high shade trees. Once you arrive there its spectacular sights make you feel that it’s truly worth the attempt.