Deep blue sea
The noted history of Trincomalee extents more than two and a half thousand years initiating with inhabitant commune associated with the Koneswaram temple in the pre-modern era and one of the oldest cities in Asia, as a major marine seaport in foreign trading.
Gorkanna, the ancient name placed with the meaning of Bull’s eyes and it is renowned for its greater magnitude and innate security as the “premium harbor in the world” contrasting with any other under Indian Ocean.
Architecture of the city proved the interaction between native and European styles and it is one of the richest and the most visited place of Hindu devotion in the world.
It is the home for fine eastern beaches white sands, briny waves and perfect sunset scenes hence best choices for surfing, scuba diving, fishing & whale watching.
The breeze from Deep Blue Indian Ocean is dramatically wild in to countryside where volcanic Hot Springs are located.
Top things to do in Trincomalee
- Koneswaram Temple and Sri Shakthi Amman Temple
- Marble Beach and Harbor Side
- Fort Frederick
- Nilaveli Beach
- Pigeon Island
- British War Cemetery
- Kanniya Hot Springs
- Scuba Diving and Snorkeling
- Whale Watching