Eagle home stay is located in the southern coast of paradise island in the Indian ocean. Tangalle city is historically famous worldwide for long stretch & spacious beaches for hundreds of years.
eagle home stay is new and started on 10th of December 2015. with innovative concepts in the hospitality industry to serve and entertain international guests as well as Sri Lankans.
There are a number of activities that you can enjoy when holidaying in Tangalle and some of the most enjoyed include whale, dolphin watching tours and water sports in Mirissa, a Walawe River Safari and a boat ride on the Tissa Tank. Travellers can enjoy excursions by bike to the Kalametiya Bird Sanctuary or enjoy a drive to the ancient monastery of Mulkirigala. Other places that you can visit include wild life sanctuaries such as Yala and Bundala, religious sites at Kataragama, the Rekawa Lagoon and Turtle Conservation Projects, the Hummanaya Blow Hole in Kudawella, the Gem City of Ratnapura and Bopath Ella.
Kalametiya Bird Sanctuary is a brackish water body fringed by mangroves and salt marshes and separated from the sea by a narrow strip of beach. Kalametiya lagoon is home to over 180 species of endemic and migratory birds and supports a variety of smaller mammals.
Turtle watching at night. Large female green turtles return at night to the site from where they were born to lay their eggs. It is a fascinating sight and can be seen, on the beach only half hour away. You will be guided by the Turtle Conservation Project at Rekawa. Some smaller species of female turtle often come to the beach at Ceylon sea beach to lay their eggs.
Bundala National Park, this park consists of an area of 6,216 hectares and is the most important wetlands of Sri Lanka with approximately 150 bird species, plus monkeys and crocodiles. Migratory shore birds are seen in large numbers which are attracted to the salt pans. The winter migratory birds that visit in vast numbers during November to March make this the best time for sightings. The impressive flocks of Indian flamingos can usually be seen along with the resident water birds that include sterns, spot-billed pelicans, egrets, plovers, gray and purple herons, spoonbills, cormorants and painted storks.
Yala National Park has the world's highest concentration of leopards and it is the best place to spot them. The 979 sq km Yala park is also home to Asian elephants, sloth bears, wild buffalos, deer, wild boars, crocodiles,primates and both endemic and migratory birds.
Uda Walawa National Park with an estimate of 500 wild elephants, is one of the best places in Sri Lanka to observe these noble giants. Uda Walawa also has an elephant transit home, where injured or orphaned elephants are cared for and then released back in to the wild.
Mirissa is blessed with a healthy population of resident and migrating blue whales and sperm whales. The concentration of whales like in this area is not seen elsewhere in the world. The spinner dolphins steal the show in between whale sightings.
Set between tropical landscapes and the deep blue seas of the Indian Ocean, eagle home stay is located along the Southern coastal village of Tangalle. The vicinity offers guests a number of unspoilt bays and coves while the distance from Colombo is approximately 185km. Easy routes to Tangalle include the Southern Expressway and the Southern Railway Line that currently terminates in Matara which is about 35 km away from Tangalle. The usual Colombo - Galle - Matara - Hambantota main coastal road is ideal for guests who are ready for a relaxing drive along the coast.
this place ideal for any gust who looking for relaxation. and very close to beach . public transportation . surfing , snorkeling . and many more activity around .