Whale Watching Mirissa

Sri Lanka

Sri Lanka’s best whale watching spot is situated in Mirissa in the southern coast of Sri Lanka. When you travel Sri Lanka you should definitely experience this and tack back those beautiful memories of whale watching Mirissa, the gentle giants of the ocean. It will be a once-in-lifetime experience for sure. The best whale watching season is between November and April each year. Whale watching in Mirissa is one of the most exciting water activities you can do in Sri Lanka during your holiday.

 

Mirissa is the best place to start your whale and dolphin watching tour in Sri  Lanka. You are able to arrange Whale Watching Trips in here Miriss Fisheries  Harbour in a fully insured purpose built private whale watching boat which will last for 3 to 5 hours. Experienced best local guides for whale watching will show you a good time watching whales and dolphins off the coast of Mirissa.

 

Pods of Dolphins can be seen accompanying boats frequently during the said months. Blue and Sperm Whales in large numbers frequent the coastline of Sr Lanka during this period and can be viewed near Mirissa beach. Do not forget to take a sun lotion and a hat/cap or sunglasses in your hand.,

Our Safety

Our boats are fully insured and equipped with communication equipment, Life raft, and Life rings. Life jackets are also provided to the passengers. The special emergency team also being supported for any kind of emergency.

Free  benefits

All the passengers will be provided with bottled water, morning coffee, breakfast, fruit juice and the medicines will be given free of charge.

Our boat

The boat is fully secured and can take about 70 passengers at a time. The speed of the boat is very comfortable and not harmful for the passengers as well as the animals in the water.

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  •   Crew and Captain made all the best way. We saw dolphins, flying fish and about 10 whales, 3 times very close. Best boat in Mirissa.

    thumb Иванов И
    3/21/2017
  •   Super friendly crew. Everything was said with a smile or laugh. We got coffee, a good sandwich, fruit and water. We got to see a Blue whale around seven times and the first couple of times from around 5-10 meters. Amazing experience!!! The boat had...More

    thumb TimothyA651
    1/09/2019
  •   My sister and I booked this tour and enjoyed the experience. The trip lasted about 3 hours, the weather perfect and we saw blue whales and dolphins. The crew were experienced and helpful and served several good snacks. It was lovely to see a whale...More

    thumb ywSLMar
    1/11/2018
  •   Boat broke down half way out to the whales, left stranded swaying in the waves for an hour. Everyone around us was vomiting. We eventually were towed back to the bay, no whales, no food, just an upset stomach. Was told I would get a...More

    thumb Thomaswilliamtowns
    10/04/2017
  •   I was on this boat with my Taiwan Group and many others ... all the boats spotted a Fin Whale .. and all the boats were just surrounding this one whale ... as i made a request to the skipper of the boat ..that the...More

    thumb AndyA2655
    2/08/2017
  •   Before booking we did a lot of research. This was also not our first time whale watching, having done this before in Canada. There re a number of reviews that go one at length to say how bad all the other places are except the...More

    thumb dennisohman
    2/17/2017
  •   Great tour. Went out at 7 a.m. and got back at 10 a.m. after seeing blue whales 6-7 times and one sea turtle. Good captain and a relaxed approach to the whales made it a good experience. The breakfast was two toasts with cheese, coffee,...More

    thumb jordenerrund
    12/19/2017

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