Turtle Beach in Hikkaduwa is a pristine stretch of shoreline along Sri Lanka’s southwestern coast, celebrated for its role in marine conservation. Nestled in the heart of Hikkaduwa, this beach is aptly named due to its significance as a nesting site for sea turtles. Visitors have the unique opportunity to witness the captivating sight of turtles laying eggs in the soft sands during the nesting season. The beach is part of a broader conservation effort to protect these endangered creatures. Beyond the turtle conservation, Turtle Beach offers a serene and unspoiled atmosphere, inviting travelers to appreciate the beauty of nature and the importance of preserving the delicate balance of marine life.