Arugam Bay is Sri Lanka's surf capital. It is a charming, picturesque bay in the island's southeast, away from the hustle and bustle of the big cities. Arugam Bay to Colombo is around 400 kilometers away. It is well-known for holding international surf contests and for having secluded beaches that are ideal for sunbathing. It's not simply one among the top 10 surfing locations in the world; there are also breathtaking natural wonders to discover. The adjacent national parks, the beautiful lagoon, buried history, and a vibrant fishing culture all contribute to the pleasures of visiting here.
Popular Tourist spots
Arugam Bay surf sites include the Main Point, Baby Point, Pottuvil Point, Elephant Rock, Whiskey Point, Peanut Farm, and Okanda.
Kumana National Park
Yala's sister national park is well-known for its migratory and indigenous bird populations. Elephants, leopards, and jackals live there as well.
The rock itself is a vantage point for sunsets and expansive vistas, in addition to being a surf destination. It is one of the most popular spots to visit in Arugam Bay.
This rocky monastery complex from the second century BC has around 200 caverns and an antique stupa. The views from the peak are spectacular.
Mangrove forests and wildlife abound in the coastal lagoon. Elephants, monkeys, water buffalos, crocodiles, pelicans, and other animals may be seen.
Muhudu Maha Viharaya
To Do List
Semanikulam Lake near Pottuvil Point has sightings of rare birds, elephants, and water buffalos.
Panama Tank or Crocodile Point is a biodiversity-rich lake with sunning crocodiles.
Okanda Devalaya has a smaller shrine at the top of the rock you can visit.
Magul Maha Viharaya is where King Kavantissa married Princess Viharamahadevi.
Lahugala Kitulana National Park is a habitat ground for elephants and wetland birds.
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