The southern coast of Sri Lanka encapsulates the country’s best features. Home to rural, sleepy villages, stretching along the sun-dazed coastline untouched by modernity and tourism, Southern Sri Lanka has maintained it’s humble beginnings. Life here revolves around its charming industries like coconut farming, rice cultivation, and fishing. Southern Sri Lanka is also a beacon of culture, rich in Sinhalese traditions which glampers will see in the various temples, colourful festivals, and grand Buddhist statues which command the coast. Glamper’s looking for a splash of contemporaneousness can visit the vibrant and cosmopolitan city of Galle, an old Dutch city, home to bijou shops and cafes, historic landmarks and mementos of the Dutch colonial era. Beyond Galle lies a string of quintessential beaches like Unawatuna, Tangalla and Weligama, and national parks, where visitors will find tranquil lagoons, exotic wildlife, and majestic rivers, which accentuates this glamping destination. With a Glamping Hub accommodation, glampers can experience Southern Sri Lanka in style, from their own luxury camping site.