Indulge in a relaxing day at the luxurious Blue Water hotel overlooking the Indian Ocean, enjoying all the amenities of this five-star beach resort.
It's a 20-mile drive from the pier to the Blue Water hotel, during which you will be able to relax and enjoy a panoramic tour that passes by landmark sights like the Colombo Fort and Galle Face, an exquisite Victorian-era hotel on the sea. This hotel is a fine prelude to the splendors that await you in Wadduwa, location of the Blue Water hotel.
Nestled amongst coconut groves and tropical gardens, the Blue Water lies on a long stretch of golden beach. The atmosphere is exotic, the amenities superb, and the experience unlike any other. It's an ideal setting to truly relax. Your time here is at your leisure and you may wish to lounge about the beach, swim laps in the pool or play an invigorating game of tennis or squash. For a game with a somewhat local flair, try snooker, a variety of billiards invented in India by British military officers. Or if you simply wish to be pampered, take advantage of the indulgent spa facilities.
Following a lovely buffet lunch, enjoy even more time relaxing at the resort before it's time to drive back to Colombo. On the way to the pier, you will pass a number of additional landmarks, including the University of Colombo, Independence Square and the affluent residential district of Cinnamon Gardens.
Please note: Walking on this tour is mainly at the guests' discretion. The tour is available to wheelchair guests who have a collapsible wheelchair, are able to make their own way on and off the coach and have a companion to assist them. Those with mobility concerns are cautioned to evaluate their personal level of stamina and ability. Light cotton clothing; swimwear; a hat; sunglasses and flat comfortable walking shoes are suggested. Those who wish take part in any water activities may do so at their own risk and responsibility. Not included in your tour cost are spa treatments; the cost of billiards or Snooker; or beverages other than water and soft drinks during lunch. Alcoholic beverages will not be available during full-moon poya days.