Pasikuda is a city located in the district of Batticaloa in Sri Lanka. It’s a historical native Tamil hamlet and a popular tourist destination both then and now. Tourism has also increased due to the growth and development of the city and is easily accessible from both Trincomalee and Batticaloa. There is also the facility of travelling by air from Colombo to Batticaloa via the International Airport situated in Colombo. It is also easily accessible by road or sea and takes roughly around 7 km to reach Pasikudah from Colombo.
Pasikudah is also known to have one of the longest stretches of a reefy coastline in the world where people walk kilometers into the sea because the water is just a few inches deep and the current is weal compared to the rest of Sri Lanka’s coast and is also the home to the sacred temple the Mariamman temple.
Any individual can dive into experience with a wide choice of water games and activities in Pasikudah, for example, exploring the seas to find the old ship wrecks such as the Boiler wreck, SS British Sergeant Wreck and the HMS Hermes wreck or the rich marine life and untouched coral reefs. Scuba Diving and Snorkelling excursions are conceivable in Pasikudah where you can find lively and vivid coral reefs in the eastern waters.
There is additionally the potential outcomes of going on boat rides on pre bookings during holidays. A man can likewise take up diving, Jet skiing, wind surfing, kayaking or get the administration of an accomplished diver for diving lessons or trips of explorations in the Pasikudah waters.
Pasikudah is an eco-friendly environment and safeguarding this superb resource is a duty regarding each one of the individuals who visit. Pasikudah is additionally a zone with cultural diversity and all guests are asked to spruce up appropriately to regard the neighbourhood culture.
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