A warm welcome to Dutch Trails
Sri Lanka is know for it’s remarkable waterway systems. The ancient kings concentrated on water and treated as one of the most precious gifts from the mother nature. Our beloved land is blessed with abounded number of ways, natural tanks and waterfalls.
One key element we could offer to the world is the natural beauty of our island country. No wonder that many who visits describes it as “Paradise on earth.”
The western coastal line of Sri Lanka, where Dutch trails is located is full with hidden wonders and not much exploited by the nature lovers. In today’s lives, it is extremely difficult to find time for relaxation and put away stress. People tend to seek possibilities to spend time with their family and friends whenever is possible. Additionally, the entire world is going through a rough time – no exception to the residence of these areas. There’s much to offer from the lagoon, the canal, the marshy lands, and the people who resides within this area of abandon resources.
“Sustainable Growth” is one of the key taglines we at Dutch Trails strongly believes. It was our childhood dream to bring forth all elements together and offer something natural and exquisite.
Linking what the mother nature blessed us with and what the people of these area can offer, we present you a beautiful possibility to be a part of nature and take your minds away from day-to-day stress.
The possibilities we offer could be enjoyed among family, friends or event as corporate level who want to build their brotherly bonds.
In the history of Sri Lanka, foreign occupancy has taken place several times. The Portuguese, the Dutch and the English have contributed to enhance these element within their business interests.
In the early 17th century, the Portuguese initiated the construction of the Canal, and around the 18th century, the Dutch commenced the construction of a series of structures, dams and canals using and enhancing the original system of waterways. It was an attempt to drain the salt water from the rice fields and to transport cinnamon in barges through to the seaport at Negombo.
In 1796 the British took control of the island and in 1802 a new Colombo-Negombo canal was built, conceived by George Atkinson.
great time with a beautiful sunset
Amazing staff and guide! Went kayaking and had a great time with a beautiful sunset. We came early and they even let us try out their firing range. Food was also very good. Thanks a lot
They have done a marvelous change. With very little or no impact at all to the environment. Staff was very friendly and helpful explained everything enthusiastically
They are making camps facing the lagoon. It would be awesome to spend a night here.
Great place with unforgettable memories .lot of activities and good food for very reasonable price. Hope to visit again.
Had an awesome day
It’s one of the most breathtaking places I have ever been to, and great for physical and mental health. I went with my friends and I had an awesome day 😁💦
Will definitely come again
This place is great! Atmosphere is chill and cool. The food is amazing (had a seafood platter) & Cocktails WOW. Love this place and will definitely come again.
The Negombo Lagoon’s calm waters offers you the safe heaven like no other place.Explore more
We Created best dinning experience for you & your family best dinning experienceExplore more
Introducing ‘fishing on a boat’, ‘deep-sea fishing’, and our newest feature, which is ‘fishing on a kayak’Explore more
Reserve your personal dining boat with Dutch trails and float the calm waters in NegomboExplore more