Dcanal House is a stay, away from noisy crowded concrete building boxes. This place is surrounded by water ways and vegetable gardens and small forest over the water ways. We have bungalows and rooms you can select as you like. You can enjoy with big swimming pool, hot water and air condition in your rooms. […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Snorkeling with whales and dolphins in Sri Lanka Our tours clearly revolve around snorkeling on some of the most beautiful reefs on the planet. Each day our snorkeling sessions expose our guests to some of the coolest, most beautiful, and most colorful marine life in the world. With this tour to Sri Lanka, however, we […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
In early April, whale watchers off Sri Lanka’s southern coast were greeted by a disturbing sight: the lifeless body of a 60-foot-long blue whale floating in the water about 12 miles offshore. The body was swelling rapidly, and suckerfish swarmed across its skin. Even more unsettling was the condition of its tail, which had been […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Under water photography with whales The act of snorkeling with whales is an art. Every day is different on the water, and every encounter is unique. We swim with whales most days, but on some days this may only be briefly. Other days we swim for longer periods. We have known days where we have […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Extraordinary footage released by Oregon State University has revealed how blue whales off the coast of New Zealand pick and choose their meals. Reasearchers say that the whales are so massive – sometimes growing to the length of three school buses – that they must carefully balance the energy gained through their food intake with […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Big ships and big whales don’t mix. We’re south of Sri Lanka, home to one of the world’s highest densities of blue whales, for a second year of field research. Our goal? To gather data to stop the problem of blue whales being killed by ship strikes in the main Indian Ocean shipping lane, […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
The first underwater images of True’s beaked whales show a cohesive group of three adult or subadult whales swimming together. The species is considered one of the most elusive in the ocean. (Photo: Dylan Walker/Roland Edler, PeerJ)Continue Reading... No Comments.
Mirissa is one of the best places in the world for whale watching, especially for the most famous largest marine mammal “Blue Whales”. Actually it takes only six to nine nautical miles from Mirissa harbor to reach whale habitats. We are operating whale watching tours for last seven years and though our experience, we can […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Aerial image of a giant Blue Whale #srilanka #mirissa #blue_whale Aerial image of a giant Blue Whale in southern coast of Sri Lanka ( Off Mirissa) taken from a Bell412 helicopter . In this image some of the sucking fishes (Remora) can be seen. Whale watching season in southern coast of Sri Lanka:November to […]Continue Reading... No Comments.