Arugam Bay

Arugam Bay, located in south east of the country is a fine beach area near associated with fishing villages, often referred to as one of the best kept secrets on the island and rated as one of the top ten surf points in the world by the international surfing community – touted as 4th best in South East Asia -, comes into its own as a surfing destination from May to September.  Visitors are rewarded with cinnamon sands, clear blue skies and two-metre waves that provide a 400-metre-long ride. Wide sandy beaches and lagoons associated with neighboring Kumana bird sanctuary, Lahugala National Park and Yala National Park are located within close proximity to the hotel and are value additions to the visitor going to Arugam Bay. Magul Maha Viharaya (Buddhist temple), Kudumbigala Temple (Buddhist temple), Shastrwela Buddhist Temple, Okanda Hindu Temple are some of places with heritage values. In addition to beaches, wildlife and cultural heritage sites make Arugam Bay a unique tourist attraction in Sri Lanka.

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