Expriece the lake fishing in traditional style




• Meet SLMT Representative at early agreed place at Madu Ganga
• Pick up time between Morning(0600hrs)/ Evening (1500hrs)
• Start your inland fishing tour
Fishing is an ancient practice and life style. Sri Lanka is a peal of Indian Ocean surrounded beautiful blue water and also it is home to wide variety of colour water and delicious eating local fish species. Our awesome in land Fishing Adventures can take you to unexploited 100 of lakes and fresh water spots at close to the lagoon and countryside.

Surrounded by a thick jungle of mangroves, radiant waters and the bliss of Sri Lankan natural habitat lies one of the island's most prolific inland rivers - Madu Ganga. Located in the southern coast of Balapitiya, past Ahungalle.

Madu Ganga is regarded as Sri Lanka's second largest wetland consisting 915 hectares. It was origi¬nally said that the wetland was flanked by 64 islands but only 25 remain today. Ma Duwa is the largest among them and shelters around 500 families while the smallest is the Sata Paha Doopatha(The Five-cent Island) which resembles a five-cent coin.

Madu Ganga is the venue for Ceylon Sea Anglers Club annual Fishing competition which generally takes place in September / October. Being a traditional fishing ground for centuries there are so many popular varieties of fish like Barramundi, Mangrove Jack, Bull eyed Mackerel, smaller.

Sri Lanka Mini tours (SLMT) provides knowledge local experience guide, life jackets, Fishing reels and rods and all fishing equipment. Snakes and refreshment and water battle. Enjoy an exclusive experience on the lagoon with this magnificent game fishing take back with you memories to last a lifetime.

What to bring

• Sun Hat
• Camera
• Sunglasses
• Sunscreen


• All participants will be given a safety briefing.
• the importance of listening to the guide or instructor.
• Always wearing life jacket.
• Don't swim if there is any doubt about your ability. Never dive into the water of an unknown area.
• Handle your fishing equipment responsibly. Look behind you before you cast to make sure your hook will not get caught on a power line, person, and trees. To avoid accidents.
• Don’t leave your tackle lying on the ground. Someone can trip on it, step on a hook or break your equipment.
• When transporting your equipment, remove the hook or lure from the line and store it in your tackle box.

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