Overview of Alankuda Beach Sri Lanka
Situated on an undiscovered and deserted two kilometer stretch of a pristine private beach, Alankuda Beach offers a truly relaxing, discrete and romantic getaway. The azure, warm ocean is almost always mirror-calm and welcoming during the months of October to May.
The coastal waters offer the treasures of dolphin and whale watching as well as snorkeling over nearby spectacular coral formations. In addition there is deep-sea fishing, kayaking, canoeing, sailing, kite and wind surfing.
Alankuda Beach is situated 3 hours north of Colombo and just over 2 hours from the airport.Accommodation at Alankuda BeachAlankuda Beach features a mix of four open-style single-roomed wattle and daub cabanas, two double roomed cottages, a striking open pavilion restaurant overlooking the Indian Ocean, a beach bar and a 40 meter fibre optic-lit pool - all laid out in a whimsical and intriguing mix of the traditional and the new.
The food is generous and delicious local fare and the staff are graciously hospitable and unobtrusive.
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Kalpitiya has an old Dutch Fort (1667), built on an older Catholic shrine. It guarded the strategic entrance to the large lagoon. The Dutch...
Spinner dolphins in Kalpitiya Source: http://www.sethawadiya.com
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Location Alankuda Beach is a tranquil eco-retreat located in the rural fishing village of Alankuda on the North West Coast. Situated along ...
The annual Thalawila St. Anne’s Church Festival will be held on the 1st of August. This is one of the major Church Festivals in Sri Lanka, ...
Sokari is a form of folk drama brought to Sri Lanka by migrant workers from South India many centuries ago. The name "Sokari&quo...
On the narrow tongue of land, known as the Kalpitiya peninsula, lying between the Puttalam lake and the mighty Indian Ocean, nestles the co...
345 years old drinking water well Tunnel which connects to the sea The tunnel which connects to the Dutch Church Source:http://lankadeep...
Gehan de Silva Wijeyeratne offers compelling evidence why Kalpitiya can be one of Sri Lanka’s three whale watching hot spots. This is the ...