Seafood in Sri Lanka
There's no better way of getting to know a new city than through your stomach. Food, it fuels the soul and connects you to a destination, its traditions and way of life. Sri Lanka's coastal town of Negombo, set alongside a picturesque lagoon and home to an impressive network of canals built in Dutch colonial times, has a rich seafood culture. With influences from Dutch, Portuguese and Indian cultures, Negombo's seafood scene is not only delicious but full of history.
Get a taste of Negombo's seafood, culture and nature during a guided evening walking tour. Visit Negombo's night fish market to see some of the fresh catches of the day and stop at a variety of restaurants to taste the likes of pan fried king prawns, Negombo style crab curry and calamari... yum! Along the way, meet some of the locals and learn about the city's local history and unique culture. Enjoy this small connection and much more on our Sri Lankan Journey small group tour.
Sri Lanka is a destination with so much to offer from thrilling jeep rides, lush jungles, ancient temples, and tropical beaches to a vibrant culture that prides itself on a tradition of warm hospitality. Discover the spice plantations of Matale and the tea factories in Nuwara Eliya, spot the elusive leopard in Wilpattu National Park, and admire the spectacular panorama when we stand atop the Lion Rock, Sigiriya.
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