Breakfast at hotel and proceed to Tangalle with en-route stop at Bundala National Park, Mulgirigala Temple and Rekawa Turtle Hatchery. First stop is at Bundala National Park. A one-of-a-kind location where the land, sea and wetlands meet, Bundala is particularly popular among bird watchers as it is a Migration Site for migratory birds. The park is home to a diverse variety of wildlife including Spotted deer, the rare pangolin and playful Grey Langur monkeys. Then head to Mulgirigala Temple. The walk up the 200m high rock to get to the cave temples can be a challenging task, but fret not; along the climb are a few locations where the weary travellers may rest before journeying onward, comprising of terraces with small temples, Buddha statues, pools of water and the breath-taking views of the surrounding countryside. On one of the terraces, lies the main cave temple, notable for its Dutch tiles and the antique wooden chest as well as for the discovery of the ‘Rosetta Stone’ that enabled the translation of ancient Sri Lankan texts. The last stop for the day will be in Rekawa to visit the Turtle Hatchery and the conservation centre. Protected by the Turtle Conservation Project since 1996, the sanctuary itself is quite distinct from turtle hatcheries as it protects the various nesting sites from predators. The site offers the chance for the visitors to watch the moving sight of the turtle mother laying her much treasured eggs into the hole she digs in the wet sand from her flippers. Arrive in Tangalle for an overnight stay at hotel.