Thaproban Galle Fort

A place where pride of perfection offers the visitor unmatched service and a hospitality experience to be remembered for life. The hotel is located inside the historic Galle ramparts @ 64, Peddler Street, Galle Fort- Galle comprising of 14 exquisite luxury rooms.

Uniting old world charm with 21st century essentials, the visitor is offered a wide repertoire of delicious cuisine at The Fort Tavern Restaurant, Italian, Argentinean and Fusion cuisine with Sri Lankan flavor from around the world as well as Vegetarian friendly and Gluten free.

The hotel comes under the flagship of Thambapanni Leisure. Preserving nature, harmonizing old-world charm with modern convenience and spreading happiness through happy people have been the simple yet smart strategies that have brought Thambapanni Leisure to the heights it enjoys today. This exciting addition will be in operation soon.

Opening Soon .. !

Accommodation

14 exquisite luxury rooms

Galle

Surfing

Unawatuna beach boasts of places you could surf and during season you could ride the waves 2 – 6 feet in height both ways, so the experts say.

Diving

Unawatuna reef is a wonderful place for scuba diving and snorkeling. Explore the fantastic marine life such as coral, ship wrecks, myriad tropical fish, coral fish, angle fish and puffer fish just off the coast of Unawatuna.

Whale Watching

One of the best places in the world to see one of the only recorded resident blue whale colonies in their natural habitat. Dolphins are regularly spotted on whale watching trips organized from Mirissa and Dondra head on the south coast.

Galle Dutch Fort

A UNESCO world heritage monument, this walled city bears witness to its past through the near crumbling architecture of grand old buildings, street names, and Dutch churches, still active.

Udawalawe National Park

located south-central sector of the island, and Keeps company to the herds of Elephants, the main attraction of the wildlife park are Water Buffalo, Wild-boar, Spotted Deer, Sambur Deer, Jackal, Samber, Black-naped hare, mongooses, bandicoots, foxes, the endemic Toque Macaque and Gray Langers.

Yala National Park

Yala Park is the 2nd largest wildlife park in Sri Lanka. Jeep Safari tour through the wildlife Park will be an unforgettable adventure. Get close to and photograph Sri Lankan wildlife and birds in their natural environment, and on your Sri Lankan safari you’ll tour through some truly marvelous scenery.

Thambapanni Leisure unveils another Southern Spectacle ..