the perfect surrounding

morning cruise

we offer you an unforgettable moment.

our private half day morning cruise shows you the magnificent beauties of the ocean – whales, dolphins, sharks and turtles and the underwater world surround trincomalee.

we going snorkeling, see the highlights from trinco from the waterside and we ending with a healthy breakfast on a private beach. join with us this adventure.

angels are always welcome


has some of the most beautiful white sandy beaches of Sri Lanka.

A few miles West of Trincomalee are the Hot Wells. These are several
springs that are close together but have different temperatures.


About 12 km North of Trincomalee is Nilaveli which is located near Pigeon Island , a small island with a beautiful coral beach.

This island can only be reached by boat. You can swim with reef sharks and turtles.

Nilaveli also has unique white sandy beaches and beautiful sunrises.



Trincomalee city is home to the famous Koneswaram temple. Its historic Tamil name is Thirukonamalai and it is home to other historical monuments such as the Trincomalee Hindu Cultural Hall and, opened in 1897, the Trincomalee Hindu College.

It is also the site of the Trincomalee railway station and an ancient ferry service to Jaffna and the south side of the harbor at Muttur.


Trincomalee is sacred to Sri Lankan Tamils and Hindus around the world.

The city has many Hindu sites of historical importance. These sites are sacred to the Hindus and some Buddhists also worship at these Hindu sites.

Prominent sites include the Koneswaram temple compound, its Bhadrakali temple on Konesar Road and the Salli Muthumariamman Kovil of Uppuveli beach in the Trincomalee suburb of Sambalativu.



Trincomalee’s strategic importance has shaped its recent history. The great European powers vied for mastery of the harbor. The Portuguese, the Dutch, the French, and the British, each held it in turn, and there have been many sea battles nearby.

The harbor, the fifth largest natural harbor in the world, is overlooked by terraced highlands, its entrance is guarded by two headlands, and there is a carriage road along its northern and eastern edges.

Trincomalee’s location, in a less well developed and sparsely populated area, has in the past hampered its own development. Nevertheless, plans are under way to develop Trincomalee as a commercial seaport.