For some it’s as simple as reclining under a palm tree, for others a quiet swim at sunset. At Palagama Beach, you create your own experiences, living life at a pace that’s right for you.
For thrill seekers, there’s nothing quite like the exhilaration of Kitesurfing to get the adrenaline pumping. From May to October we run our very own kitesurfing school with AKI and IKO certified instructors. It’s the ideal way to inject some extra excitement into your holiday.
The Kalpitiyan coast is home to something special — hundreds of dolphins. Wake with the rising sun and head out to sea to wonder at these intelligent, sociable creatures. Best time to see them is when the sea is calm from November to April.
Roughly 60 kms from Palagama Beach lies Wilpattu, Sri Lanka’s largest National Park. Leopards, elephants, sloth bears, jackals and over 200 species of bird live in its lush landscape. It’s the perfect place for wildlife enthusiasts.
Perfect for snorkelers or scuba divers, Bar Reef is a stunning underwater spectacle. It spans almost 307 square kilometers and is home to all kinds of marine life including Black Tip Reef Sharks. Best time to visit the reef is when the sea is calm from November to April.
Tucked away between the Puttalam lake and the Indian Ocean you’ll find St Anne’s church. Built over 150 years ago, this religious place became a sanctuary for Catholics and missionaries alike. Take a trip to visit the shrine of St Anne and wonder at this magnificent church.
See the coastline from a totally different perspective with a relaxing boat ride. You can go at a pace to suit you, stopping wherever you want along the way. With many Sri Lankan fishing villages to explore, it’s the ideal way to spend an afternoon and see more of this unique landscape.