Experience the thrill of a banana boat ride in Bentota beach

PERFECT TIME : BETWEEN 0600hrs - 1600hrs  

AVAILABILITY :365ICON             


• Meet your SLMT representative at your hotel and you will transported to Bentota
• Start your ride

The south coast is at its better for sea adventure and significant sandy beaches going through clusters of palms trees overlooking the Indian Ocean. Bentota is known for its broad golden beach. A tropical lagoon and a major river Bentota offers water sports possibilities nowhere else to be found. Bentota consorted in tropical lagoons and river Bentota bid of fantastic water sports possibilities.

When you hard Banana. You will decide how to ride small Banana. Banana ride is fantastic water sport and it is an up-and-coming water sport around the world. With the use of a boat, which in shape resembles a banana that is in turn attached to a motorboat, a group of 6 people can enjoy these rides. This type of water sport is carried out in the open sea and is strongly associated with fun and excitement as the ride plummets passengers into the waiting sea. Banana ride is especially for family water sport activity.

Mostly popular amongst the young and adventurous crowd the ride provides an exhilarating experience as you get flung out of the boat and the process of getting back onto the boat is as much fun as is riding it. Much like water skiing, the boat skis the water in a similar manner.

An activity well-suited to groups seeking fun and recreation, the banana boat ride is sure to provide a quick respite or an alternative to regular holiday activities. Sri Lanka Mini tours (SLMT) offer an amazing trill with its enjoyable Banana ride. All essential equipment is provided with fully trained and experienced guides. Your safety always comes first. This is your chance to make truly unique memories and explore the world that has been largely untouched.

What to bring

•Sun Hat
• Camera
• Sunglasses
• Sunscreen
• Towel & Change of Clothes


• All participants will be given a safety briefing
• The importance of listening to the guide or instructor
• Know yourself rescue techniques, never go out further than you can swim
• Always wear your life jackets

Be a responsible traveler with your every step to save the future