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NOW WE KNOW AS MANY OF YOU 👽👽👽 WERE EXPECTING, WE ARE GLAD TO OFFICIALLY ANNOUNCE THE LOCATION OF ATMAN FESTIVAL WILL BE TAKING PLACE IN THE SOUTH-EAST AREA OF SRILANKA BETWEEN TANGALLE AND AMBANTOTA!🏖🏝

THE CLOSEST SITE AND MEETING POINT FOR MOST LEGITIMATE TRANSPORT THE TUK TUK’S IS IN USSANGODA, A PLACE KNOWN FROM IT’S MIND-BLOWING BEAUTY, THE RED EARTH, ARCHAEOLOGICAL AND GEOGRAPHICAL VALUES.

THIS AREA IS KNOWN AS ONE OF THE FOUR SERPENTINE SITES IN SRI LANKA. MANY ARE THE LEGENDS AND STORIES TOLD OF IT.

STAY IN TUNE FOR THE UPCOMING UPDATES!!

WE CAN’T WAIT TO ENJOY THE ISLAND WITH YOU ALL! 🌴😄👣🐘🎉

Travel Informations

• Ussangoda National Park
https://goo.gl/maps/1VhdP3Mreoq

Did you know?
“In Hindu mythology, Ussangoda is believed to be the place where King Ravana lands his peacock chariot. It is also believed by some that anciently a meteoroid had fallen here, which explains the barren nature of the soil and the peculiar vegetation growth patterns.” According to a man living in the vicinity this peculiar land attracts many small wild animals and a variety of birds and is also a refuge for rare medicinal plants.

• Calamita Birdwatching
Sri Lanka is a wonderful destination for bird watching with an incredible 33 species of endemic birds and 441 species of birds recorded on the island!

• Rekawa turtle watching
The beach at Rekawa village, 10km east of Tangalla Bay Beach, is home to one of the most important sea turtle nesting sites in Sri Lanka, visited by five different species which lay their eggs in the sand here every night throughout the year.

The best time to see turtles is between January & April; periods when there’s a full moon. Fullish moon too are good throughout the year, because there are both more turtles & more light to see them by. Rekawa has recorded 23 turtles in one night. We will definitely see at least a couple of turtles every night.