After the breakfast proceed to Kosgoda Turtle Hatchery.
In 1981 the Wildlife Protection Society established the famous Kosgoda Turtle Hatchery to protect Sri Lanka’s sea Turtles from extinction. Fishermen used to walk along the sandy beaches at night and collect the turtle eggs. Initially, they were then sold to whoever would pay the highest price. Once the Kosgoda Turtle Hatchery opened, the hatchery began paying the fishermen for the eggs. Visitors of the hatchery can see huge tanks filled with new born sea turtles. The baby turtles are fed and cared for until they are 2-4 years old. They are then taken to the sea and released during the safe hours of darkness. The main laying season is from October to April, but some eggs can be found in Kosgoda throughout the year.
Thereafter proceed to Ambalangoda.
Ambalangoda Masks Factory is one of the places which you can witness the richness of the mask tradition of Sri Lanka. Ambalangoda also a famous town for ancient devil masks and devil dancers. Then proceed to Galle.
Galle is home to a Dutch Fort, a world heritage site, and one of best preserved Dutchss forts of Asia. Originally built by the Portuguese and fortified by the Dutch, the fort was well used by the British for their administrative purpose of the Galle district.
On completion proceed to Colombo and drop at the hotel.