Showing posts with label Nature. Show all posts
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Monday, February 26, 2018

Kinniya Beach - Beautifull beach

Marble beach, also called Marble Bay seashore, is some other fine seaside in Sri Lanka. The seashore is located on the Marble Bay that comes in the Trincomalee’s natural harbor region. when the day is brilliant and the ocean is calm, you can see the floor shining like a marble and that’s how the call is derived.

The beach is positioned in a beautiful environment—the grassland, bushes, resting huts, restaurants, rocks, the hotel, and the calm and secure bay with crystal clear blue water—all take you to a pleasing global. Marble Bay is a perfect spot for swimming and snorkeling while the ocean is calm. The grazing farm animals, monkeys, peacocks and different species of Sri Lankan birds will be considered within the jungle before reaching the seaside. The overnight stay inside the best hotel will provide you with an unforgettable revel in.

great season to go to Marble beach is from April to September. November and December are crowded with nearby travelers. All simple amenities which include lavatories, ingesting water, restaurants, vehicle parking and resting huts are to be had.

Marble seashore is overlooked through the “Diamond Hill”. whilst you get to the pinnacle of the Diamond Hill you may have a birds’ eye view of Trincomalee metropolis and the Harbour.

The Kinniya Bridge which was considered as the longest bridge in Sri Lanka is now taken into consideration as the second one longest bridge with a length of 396 meters (1,299 ft). the 2-lane bridge changed into built with the financial guide from the Saudi Arabian government and declared opened to public on 20th October 2009. The Benthara bridge on the Southern expressway across the Benthara river has come to be Sri Lanka's longest bridge with 695 metres in period.

The Bridge crosses Koddiyar Bay on one facet and Tambalagam Bay on different side and links Trincomalee with Kinniya and Mutur, enabling civilians to pass Kinniya lagoon effortlessly by means of the A15 motorway.

With the opening of this bridge, the old ferry service that operated thru the Kinniya lagoon for years from morning to late nighttime, carrying both passengers and motors, was abandoned. a few boat proprietors operate boat tours from the previous ferry factor for your request which takes you on a experience below the bridge and surrounding sea. It expenses you round Rs. 600 in keeping with journey. life jackets are not supplied. it's miles a excellent place for nature fanatics as the view from the bridge on either side offers super spirits.