IN PICTURES: Beauty along Sri Lanka’s southern coast in Mirissa.

Mirissa is the largest fishing port in the southernmost point of Sri Lanka, known for its snappers, mullet, butterfish, and tuna. Tourist accommodations were newly built in 1979, and tourism skyrocketed by 1980. One of Mirissa’s best-known tourist attractions is whale watching. 

IMAGE CREDITS: Malindu Rathnayaka, Ji-Elle, Arian Zwegers, Jacek Lesniowski, Rovin Shanila, Bara Tumova, Dan Lundberg, Dronepicr, Ravini Dissanayake.


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