Scuba Dive Adventures

Sri Lanka


The Teardrop of India

Golden beaches, rising waves, misty mountains, mighty elephants, stealthy leopards, giant whales, a majestic past, lovely tea and warm smiles could sum up a country, that would be Sri Lanka.

With many sites and scenes bottled up in to a small island, a traveller could be riding the waves in the dawn and admiring the green carpeted mountains by dusk. Travel destinations in Sri Lanka provide an array of holiday experience from sun kissed beach holidays to a marathon of wildlife watching, adrenaline pumping adventure sports and pilgrimage to some of the oldest cities in the world.


At Scuba Dive Adventures we offer a unique and personalised travel service that sets us apart in the diving industry. Our bespoke adventures are carefully crafted to cater to your individual preferences and desires taking you on exhilarating journeys to the all corners of the world. Our passion for creating unforgettable experiences is evident in every trip we plan. Our commitment to excellence ensures that your adventure is truly unique and unforgettable.


At Scuba Dive Adventures we have created a unique brand and culture that permeates every aspect of our business. We are committed to delivering an exceptional experience for our clients from our unparalleled customer service and top quality liveaboards, to our carefully selected global destinations. Our focus on safety, agility and adventure allows us to push boundaries and set high standards in the diving industry. Join us for an unforgettable journey that exceeds your expectations at every turn.


At Scuba Dive Adventures we are committed to sustainable travel, wildlife conservation and supporting local communities. We believe that responsible exploration of the oceans is crucial and strive to promote and preserve the natural beauty and biodiversity of the underwater world. Our passion for the ocean is reflected in our core values, we are dedicated to making a positive impact on the environment and the communities we visit. Join us in our mission to protect our oceans for generations to come.

Tour Highlights

Island of Ceylon

Discover the captivating allure of Unawatuna, a picturesque coastal town nestled in Sri Lanka’s southern province. Renowned for its pristine beaches, translucent waters, and lively nightlife, Unawatuna is a must-visit destination just 3.2 miles (5km) from the UNESCO World Heritage Site, Galle.

Unawatuna’s main draw is its stunning beach, boasting immaculate white sands, inviting turquoise waters, and vibrant coral reefs teeming with marine life. Whether indulging in a leisurely swim or embarking on a snorkeling adventure, visitors revel in the beauty of the Indian Ocean while cocooned by the shade of swaying palm trees.


After sundown, Unawatuna comes alive with its vibrant nightlife scene. The town’s array of bars and restaurants offer live music, dancing, and exotic cocktails against the backdrop of ocean breezes, catering to those seeking lively entertainment.

Beyond its beaches and nightlife, Unawatuna beckons with a rich tapestry of history and culture. Explore ancient temples and shrines dating back to the 18th century, notably the revered Unawatuna Temple dedicated to the goddess Kali. Witness its ornate carvings and sculptures, and immerse yourself in the colorful festivities of its annual July celebration.

Ascend the serene Japanese Peace Pagoda, a pristine white edifice erected by Japanese monks advocating global peace and unity. From its lofty vantage point, soak in panoramic vistas of the ocean and verdant surroundings.

For epicurean delights, Unawatuna spoils visitors with traditional Sri Lankan cuisine. Sample delectable seafood delicacies and local staples like rice and curry, string hoppers, and hoppers, all served in the ambiance of beachside restaurants.

Thrill-seekers flock to Unawatuna for its array of water sports, including surfing, windsurfing, and kiteboarding amid the crystalline waters. Dive enthusiasts can explore the underwater wonders with diving schools catering to all skill levels, encountering sea turtles, reef sharks, and a kaleidoscope of colorful marine life.

Unawatuna epitomizes the perfect blend of natural beauty, cultural heritage, and exhilarating experiences, inviting travelers to immerse themselves in its enchanting charm.

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Our Villa

Buona Vista Villa

Buona Vista Heights is fabulous  modern hilltop villas offering sublime sunset vistas and prime access to sightseeing in Sri Lanka.

Sensational sunset vistas and sublime modern comfort await at Buona Vista Heights, a sleek modern day mansion built on lush hills in Unawatuna, Sri Lanka. Made up of two identical villas resting next to each other,  Facing west, the hilltop villas offer spectacular views at sunset. The estate is also ideally located for exploring the nearby beaches, tea plantations and UNESCO protected Galle Fort.

Buona Vista Heights fuses together curated modern design, artful Sri Lankan influences and sweeping vistas looking over the island and out to the ocean. Each villa features a stylish TV lounge lined with full-wall glass. The dining area in each villa connects to the poolside deck through glass doors, providing a lovely sense of space and natural light. Both the South and North Villa have their own swimming pools with an enticing overflow effect at the edge.

Every facet of this property exemplifies attention to detail and a profound commitment to sustainability. The villa’s architectural design showcases exposed natural rock formations, enhancing its unique charm. Additionally, the utilization of upcycled materials sourced from abandoned lots further exemplifies Buona Vista Heights’ harmonious blend of eco-friendly practices and cutting-edge industrial aesthetics. Immerse yourself in the rejuvenating saltwater infinity pools while admiring the artful incorporation of repurposed timber, which adds a distinctive character to this exceptional space.


Book your Sri Lankan Adventure


23rd-30th March 2025

Experience an unforgettable Scuba Adventure with Scuba Dive Adventures!

Prices are per person, based on double occupancy.

The package includes 7 nights bed and breakfast in the Buona Vista Villa, One way Flight from the maldives, internal transfers and all excursions as described above. 

Please note that international flights, non-specified activities, and tips/gratuities are not included.. Single supplement available at an additional cost. 

Please be advised that all activities  are subject to change due to local environmental conditions, and the order in which they are conducted may also change.

For more information or to book this fabulous Scuba Adventure, please contact the Scuba Dive Adventures team at 0113 4508606 or



Imposing and steeped in history, the Galle Dutch Fort, alternatively known as the Dutch Fort or simply Galle Fort, stands sentinel along the coastal city of Galle, Sri Lanka. Constructed by the Dutch East India Company in the waning years of the 16th century, this fortress now holds the esteemed title of a UNESCO World Heritage Site, captivating visitors from far and wide.

Stretching majestically over 2 kilometers, the fort’s formidable walls enfold a treasure trove of historical gems, encompassing churches, administrative edifices, and quaint residences. A testament to centuries past, the fort’s architectural ensemble seamlessly melds Dutch influences with the vibrant tapestry of Sri Lankan culture.

Perched against the backdrop of the cerulean Indian Ocean, the fort presents an enchanting panorama, inviting contemplation and awe. Here, amidst the tranquil embrace of sea breezes, one can’t help but be transported back in time, unraveling the intricate layers of the country’s storied past.

A pilgrimage for history enthusiasts and curious minds alike, the Galle Dutch Fort stands as a living monument, offering an immersive journey through the annals of Sri Lanka’s rich heritage.



1.Unawatuna Bay Beach

The main beach at Unawatuna is the most popular among tourists and locals. the beach offers many water activities for you to indulge in. There are also sunbeds laid out on the beach for you to rent out and just enjoy the day basking in the sun with scenic ocean views. On the west side of the beach, you can take a stroll to the Japanese Peace Pagoda statue overlooking the beautiful ocean. The beaches in Unawatuna are very well connected to the center of the city and have the most adorable restaurants and cool bars, for you to enjoy the sunset while you sip on a few exotic drinks.

2. Wijaya Beach

This beach is without a doubt the most photographed beach in Sri Lanka. It is also referred to as the beach swing, because of the rope attached to a coconut tree. Feel free to swing around and jump into the beach if you are feeling adventurous. We would suggest this activity should be on your things to do in Unawatuna beaches.

3. Dalawella Beach

Just about 2 kms ahead lies a small village of Dalawella, which offers travelers the best escape from the hustle and bustle of the beaches in Unawatuna. At Dalawella beach you can also see huge rocks which give the beachy vibe. This is also one of the quiet and secluded beaches in Unawatuna, best for families, or just simply for you to enjoy some alone time amidst nature. This beach is bound to charm you with its untouched scenic views, and natural seawater swimming pools, where you can enjoy a quiet swim admiring the views of the ocean.

4. Jungle Beach

The Jungle Beach in Unawatuna is situated on the opposite end of the main beach. If you are looking for a beach which is a bit secluded, and quiet compared to the other beaches in Unawatuna, then Jungle beach is the place for you. This beach is not as easy to visit as the Unawatuna beach, but it is definitely a beach that you should explore, during your trip to Unawatuna. The beach resorts in Unawatuna offer great views, service, and food, fulfilling all your trips desires. You can also reach this beach by taking a boat if you are not to keen on trekking to the beach. Some of the fun things to do at this beach are snorkeling, horse riding and also admiring the colonial bungalows built by the Dutch commanders and merchants living in Galle.

5. Mihiripenna Beach

The picturesque Mihiripenna beach is also one the most famous beaches in Unawatuna. Just like Jungle beach, this is also a bit secluded and close to the oceans shoreline. You can sit and enjoy the sunrise or sunset at the beach without a wavering thought in mind. The scenic views of the ocean and lush greenery all around keep you energized and leave you wanting for more.