Our tear drop island is a great place for surfing and has been a popular surf destination since the 70’s! The rugged southern coast starting from the historic city of Galle up to Tangalle consists of wonderful coral-protected bays and headlands and offers a great diversity of beaches. Kabalana and its neighboring villages Midigama, Weligama, Mirissa and Matara offer surfers some of the islands best waves and dive spots! Dedicated surfers who know our oceans will return each year to conquer its thrilling waves but rest assured, surf boards and lessons for beginners can easily be arranged.
Yoga has a deep rooted history in Sri Lanka. It is practiced widely in ashrams and retreats and now has even extended to a growing number of eco-retreats and holiday villas around the island, often in conjunction with guided meditation sessions and local Ayurverdic therapies. Yoga classes with Ajna Shala, next door can easily be organized by our staff upon arrival, who can recommend the most suitable options depending on your requirements.
The holistic Spa concept is catching on fast in Sri Lanka. Several local and international based Spa companies have opened up throughout the island for visitors to enjoy. These spa’s offer a range of unique and diverse therapies that draw inspiration from the rich heritage of Sri Lanka’s ancient healing wisdom called Ayurveda.
We believe that food is the gateway to a culture and its people, and Sri Lanka is no different. With an abundance of local cuisine ranging from rotti to rice and curry’s, I’m sure it can be a little overwhelming at times. Not to worry, a few simple tips from us and you will be ready to tackle our culinary treats head on. The local wet markets sell an abundance of fresh fruits, vegetables and seafood for great prices, however feel free to barter with vendors if you are feeling up to it! Towns and local villages also have grocery stores that sell your everyday cooking essentials, but if street food is what you are looking for, we suggest you head down to the nearest kaday (or food stall.)
The world famous Galle Fort, a 16th century UNESCO World Heritage site is just a 30-minute drive
away. The old town and its fortifications display a unique blend of European architectural
styles fused with South Asian traditions. Some of these structures now house art galleries,
antique jewelry stores and quaint cafes, perfect for a day trip or an evening stroll.
Closer to home is Unavatuna, a lively seaside town filled with cafes, pubs and night life. If you are in the mood for a night out, this is a great place to start.
Mirissa is further south, a little fishing town with a charismatic port for trawlers. Depending on the time of year, whale and dolphin watching is a must-do! With a thriving beach culture, Mirissa has quickly become a hotspot for nightlife.
There are a range of local attractions near our properties that are suitable for individuals, couples and families to enjoy. We are never short of things to do with activities ranging from strolling along the world famous Galle Fort to bike tours, bird watching and canoe rides on the nearby Koggala lake. Simply enquire upon arrival and our team can help recommend the most suitable options depending on your requirements, Mirissa has quickly become a hotspot for nightlife.There are a range of local attractions near our properties that are suitable for individuals, couples and families to enjoy. We are never short of things to do with activities ranging from strolling along the world famous Galle Fort to bike tours, bird watching and canoe rides on the nearby Koggala lake. Simply enquire upon arrival and our team can help recommend the most suitable options depending on your requirements