Whether your heart is set on surfing, beach hopping, exploring heritage sites or natural habitats abundant with birds and animals, there’s always a lot to do in the area.
Maybe you’ve always wanted to crest waves like a pro but never had the opportunity. On the other had you may know the basics but need help to ride the bigger waves. Whatever your skill levels, we’ll help you enrol for lessons that are ideal for you.
Immerse yourself in nature’s wonders during this two hour catamaran tour through Urani Lagoon. Experience the serenity and beauty of an amazing mangrove ecosystem. In the trees you’ll see both varieties of Sri Lanka’s macaque monkeys, while in the water you’ll spot crocodiles, water monitor lizards, freshwater snakes and a multitude of fish.
Serenity and wilderness envelope the ancient site of the Kudumbigala monastic complex that nestles amongst a range of rocks about two hours away from Arugam Bay. Built in 246 BC, during the time of King Devanampiyatissa, it was established as a refuge for Buddhist monks who wanted to spend time away from secular life. Since monks use this haven for meditation even today, visitors are required to dress appropriately and refrain from causing disturbance.
You can experience breathtaking sunrises and sunsets in Arugam Bay. We highly recommend to spend an evening at Crocodile Rock a 10 minutes drive and easy climb of this flat rock. Make sure to visit Elephant Rock for sundown a 20 minutes drive and a bit of a steeper climb but still manageable, the view from the highest point is mesmerising.