Koggala Beach

Koggala Beach


Koggala Beach is another beautiful beach on the south coast. Great beach for sunset. This beach is a very popular beach for Stilt Fishing.

Stilt Fishing is found in several areas in the Galle, Matara and Hambantota districts of Sri Lanka. This method is a traditional method. This industry is associated with the tourism industry.

The dry season is from early May to late October. About 60 families are engaged in the Stilt Fishing industry associated with the Koggala Stilt Fishing port with the commencement of the Warakan season. The main feature of this traditional industry is fishing by keeping a shack in the shallow sea and tying a bar to it to maintain balance.

Stilt Fishing is done with the help of a fishing rod and a fishing rod. But in that way they only fish during the dry season. The system is changing at a time when Stilt Fishing are making money by fishing during the dry season. That is, from November to April, they earn money from foreigners who come to Koggala. By charging tourists to take pictures of the beautiful view of Stilt Fishing fishing on the Ritima. Some tourists climb the ridge and take photos. Five hundred rupees or more will be charged for that.


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