Hikkaduwa is located very close to the best and beautiful region of the Indian Ocean in southern province of Srilanka.
It is Very popular with tourists of all ages. It`s just 145Km from the Katunayake Airport.
Colombo (Sri jayawardanapura) is the Capital of Srilanka .
From Colombo to Hikkaduwa just 98km.You can reach to Hikkaduwa within 1hr and 30mts from Colombo,
Use the newly built southern expressway.
Srilanka is the Pearl of Indian Ocean, Hikkaduwa is pearl of Srilanka because it has magnificent coral reef, and it is very popular all over the world.
There are many places here offering diving courses, snorkeling, surfing and a visit magnificent coral reef is an unforgettable experience.
Visitors who wish to get closer to the coral can do so, or there are boats with glass bottoms to get closer and view corals.
Especially for the children, there is a place to swimming too,
From the Accoma Villa just 15mts walking distance.
Hikkaduwa Lake too is famous for boat riding.
Accoma = Accommodation
The Acoma Villa is two stairs fully furnished house with four (4) bed rooms.You can book upstairs ,downstairs or hall unite.upstairs two rooms, downstairs rooms,
all the rooms are air conditioned, and both apartments have arranged with kitchens.
Accoma Villa is located at middle of the Hikkaduwa town area,
It`s Just 300m from Hikkaduwa town. This area is called Kuruduwattha.
Kurudu is cinnamon; it is meaning this area was a cinnamon garden before.
Now there are several houses and living very respectable people such as layers, doctors,
Bank-man,Government servant, School teachers and also people who have been involving
for the tourism for long time.
There are many trees especially coconut trees, paddy field, singing birds around the house
no other bad sound vehicles or people, You get nature filling.
Actually clam and cozy atmosphere.
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