Rathgama is a small town located in the southern province of Sri Lanka, situated along the southern coast between Hikkaduwa and Galle. The town is known for its pristine beaches, picturesque lagoons, and vast areas of paddy fields. The main economic activity in Rathgama is agriculture, with many locals growing crops such as paddy, vegetables, and fruits. Fishing is also an important source of income, with the town's lagoons and ocean providing a bountiful catch. Visitors to Rathgama can enjoy its natural beauty and attractions, including the nearby Hiyare Rainforest Reserve, the Madu River, and the Koggala Lake. The town is also an ideal place to experience the local culture and lifestyle, with its traditional villages, ancient temples, and vibrant markets.