Regarded as one of the best surf points in Sri Lanka. Arugam Bay boasts of many other attractions as well. It is a very popular surfing center ranked 3rd among the best 20 beaches of the world by the British surfers Association.
Nilaweli Described by some as the finest beach on the east coast with crystal clear blue water and white beaches, Nilaveli beach is very popular destination amongst sun worshippers.
The un spoilt beaches of Passikuda and its clam water are a treat to the discerning traveler. located in the East Coast of Sri Lanka, a visit to the shores of Passikuda is an experience in itself. The colors of Passikuda attest to its sensual lure.
Hikkaduwa is most popular down south coast and is the place for underwater delights. site of the famed coral gardens, beer a glass. bottomed boat or goggles and flippers and explore the fantasies under your feet. It is no doubt marine National Park.
To see a blue able in its natural habitat is something most of us can only dream of. To see more one in ali time would be a very rare experience reserved for a fortunate lot. Mirissa is the best place where you can see.
Kalpitiya in the N/west cost is a stretch of land skirted by sea on one side and lagoon on the other and fast developing as a beach resort. presently the attraction is the Dolphin & whale population which could be watched without sailing out to the deep seas.
Unawatuna beach, Sri Lanka is one of the finest tropical beaches in the world. The lovely semi circular bay beach, at the north west end is terminated by a beautiful white-washed sfupa on a rocky headland. The beach offers Various water sports to the beach lovers. Unawatuna Bay beach is located 5 km southeast of the world Heritage site of Galle Fort of southern coast of Sri Lanka.
Benthota beach is the prime beach resort of Sri Lanka. Benthota beach, Benthota lagoon and Benthota river provide opportunities for all sorts of water sports. to the north of Benthota is Benthata estvary called Paradise island, a narrow strip of land sandwiched between the Indian ocean from the west and Bentara river from the east.