Jungle Beach

Jungle Beach Unawatuna


Jungle Beach is a very famous and beautiful beach located in Rumassala, Galle. This is a hidden beach in the past. At that time it was known as the "White Dam". The corals act as a natural breakwater so the waves do not get rough here. Also special is the variety of fish species found in the coral reefs.

Jungle Beach is the perfect place for a shallow safe bath. The beach at the foot of the Rumassala hills is so called because of the Rumassala forest. The Jungle Beach is a difficult trek through the Rumassala jungle. Jungle Beach features a white sand dune, a shallow blue sea, and a safe beach with no ripples.

The sea here is not very deep. So even small children can take a safe bath. The other is that the waves are not too strong here. So there is no problem. There is a small restaurant on the jungle beach where you can have a good rest.

A place with so many beautiful and amazing views to go with your beloved family and friends. You too can go quickly and experience that beauty.

How to reach :This beach can be found by walking 100m down the road through the Rumassala Reserve.

Traveling Time: 6 min (2.7 km) Unawatuna to Jungle Beach

Cost: Free

Special remark: Go visit this place and experience its beauty. But do not leave anything you carry in this place. Bring everything you brought.don't forget to take some nice photos.


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