Negombo Beach Park

Negombo Beach Park


The Negombo area is located at a distance of about 38 km from the city of Colombo and has a wide and flat beach. Although the fishing industry is more popular, the natural beauty of the coast has led to thriving tourism industry in the area. Facilities for recreational activities such as diving and surfing, as well as water sports training centers, have been developed to cater to the tourism industry. In addition, the scenic Negombo Lagoon, which is home to over 190 species of animals, is also important as a unique coastal landscape.

There are several beautiful churches throughout the area as the area is predominantly Catholic. For this reason, the area is known as "Little Rome".


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