Galle is a port and city in downsouth,Sri Lanka. History of Galle dates back to 13th century and possibly much earlier. Galle was island’s chief port during the period of Portuguese. Under the Dutch rule it was island capital until 1656, where Colombo replaced it. The city, 65 miles (105 km) southeast of Colombo, has good road and rail connections. Galle has lots of colonial-era buildings that silently speak about a glorious past. UNESCO declared as a World Heritage site the Dutch fort of Galle which is the most popular attraction of the town. Below mentioned are some interesting day tours you can indulge in starting from Galle.