Wilpattu National Park
Multifarious in the narrow pathways to venture on Wilpattu National Park, is a preservationists’ and green activists’ delight. Explore the beauty of this common dwelling for a variety of endemic species, including a highly dense population of Sri Lankan leopards, deer, crocs, monkeys, wild boar, water buffalo, mongoose, wild birds and elephants. Here’s to a safari ride you’d be left in awe and would never want to miss out on!
Kalpitiya Dolphin Watching
Under the sunny and clear skies of the shores off Kalpitiya swim the most interactive creatures with humankind. One of the few elite destinations in which boat riders get a glimpse of dolphins in hundreds and whales to watch on these waters when it’s just the right season. Watch as the dolphins twirl, spin, ride, leap, and dive beside your boat, displaying an impressive and magical experience just for you!
Plan your own stunts on the waters this time. Blessed with Sri Lanka’s largest lagoon, that being the Puttalam Lagoon, Kalpitiya is the ideal location for kitesurfers to ride above the waters and glide over it, for a satisfying airtime. There’s a spot that suits all types of riders all season round – whether it’s calm and undisturbed waters you want to tread on or the rough waves that you could dominate.
A less crowded bay that has its own story to tell, showing-off luxury resorts along its shores covered in thick vegetation and clear blue waters seeping inland and back towards the ocean. A twenty-minute drive from the Wilpattu National Park and you could cozy up in a Dutch Bay cottage away from the heat of the jungle. The buzz for kitesurfing and closeness to the cooler coasts make the Dutch bay an ideal location for a relaxing timeout.