Sri Lanka is a great place for surfing and it has been a popular destination since the 1970s. The main attraction is Arugam Bay on the east coast, considered one of the top 10 places in the world. The seasonality of Arugam Bay is especially recommended in the months of July and August, each year surfers return to experience the thrilling waves and relatively isolated beaches. Join us for a fabulous surf stay in Sri Lanka!
Southeast Coast: Listed as one of the ten best surf spots in the world, Arugam Bay is also known as Abay, and features several locations including Ullah Point, Pottuvil Point, Surf Point, Peanut Farm Point and Crocodile Rock. Arugam Bay is suitable for surf beginners; Pottuvil Point located on a deserted beach north of Arugam Bay is best suitable for experienced surfers; while Crocodile Rock is another challenging surf spot south of Arugam Bay, waves up to 5 – 6 feet and up to 400 meters long and relatively isolated beaches are a big paradise for surfers. Surfboards can be rented in town and surf lessons for beginners can be booked.
Arrival and transfer from Colombo airport to Arugam Bay. Accommodation at your hotel.
Day at leisure for surfing and relaxation activities. Overnight stay.
Tariff per person, starting from:
|From 1 January 2020 to 31 December 2020||€ 798|
Currency: US dollar (USD) – Exchange rate: 1.12
Exchange rate variations (more than 3%) will lead to an adjustment of costs. They will be communicated within 20 days of departure.
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Duration: 8 days / 6 nights
from € 242 - Excluding flights
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