Kalu Ganga flows majestically through two of the country’s districts – Ratnapura and Kalutara. The lush mountainous forests and Sinharaja Forest Reserve nourishes this river through their abundant water supplies.
Covering a massive area of 2,766 square kilometres, Kalu Ganga makes for an ideal day tour during a holiday spent at a property such as Mermaid Hotel & Club. Much of its catchment is located in areas that receive the highest rainfall in the country.
Kalu Ganga implores you to canoe across its mystical passage – the serene waters, which are occasionally disturbed by the sudden dive of a water bird, will engulf you in an enchanting ambience. Canoeing in Kalu Ganga is one of the best things to do during a holiday spent at one of the Kalutara hotels.
One of the tributaries pass through Ingiriya toward South of the country – this narrow yet extremely scenic stream creates a shallow valley. One could look forward to enjoying a relaxed walk along here.
Kalu Ganga measures up to 129 kilometres in length and this scenic river is known to meet the sea at Kalutara.