ADVENTURE WATER SPORT

  • Adventure Water Sports in sri lanka
  • Adventure Water Sports in sri lanka
  • Adventure Water Sports in sri lanka
  • Adventure Water Sports in sri lanka
  • Adventure Water Sports in sri lanka
  • Adventure Water Sports in sri lanka
  • Adventure Water Sports in sri lanka
  • Adventure Water Sports in sri lanka
  • Adventure Water Sports in sri lanka

ADVENTURE WATER SPORTS ACTIVITIES IN SRI LANKA

One of the advantages of being an island is that you have water all around you and sandy beaches to match, where one can enjoy surfing in Hikkaduwa, Jet Ski riding, boogie boarding in Bentota, kite surfing in Kalpitiya all year around in many locations around the island. If the surf is not right in one place you simply move to the next place and Sri Lanka being small, one can get to the next best destination of your choice without much hassle and carry on with the your preferred above water activity.

POPULAR ADVENTURE WATER SPORT DESTINATIONS IN SRI LANKA

Bentota in Sri Lanka

Water Sports in Bentota

Bentota, a mere 2 hours away from Colombo and hails as a premier resort town with no less than 15 Star class Hotels clustered together plus numerous other less than 10 rooms boutique style hotels with Sun, surf and sand.


Hikkaduwa in Sri Lanka

Surfing in Hikkaduwa

Hikkaduwe located on the south western coast is one of the the best locations for surfing. Hikkaduwa is more crowded while arugambay is completely the opposite, but lacks the development of Hikkaduwe. Hikkaduwe boasts of about four places you could surf and during season you could ride the waves 2 – 6 feet in height both ways, so the experts say. All above places have deep water and flat reef’s, making them ideal for surfing, but not for the novice.


Kite Surfing in Sri Lanka

Kite Surfing in Kalpitiya

One of the key places with all the right conditions to kite surf is Kalpitiya, located about 95 km from Colombo, this sandy peninsula with the Indian Ocean on one side and the Kalpitiya lagoon on the others offers a covered heaven for kite surfers. You can either carry your own gear or hire from the local club at an hourly rate. They will also have instructors to help beginners, word of caution though is to have training before you try it as it will save you from broken bones and costly medical bills. Once you’ve mastered it check out the little sandy islets around the mouth of the lagoon and maybe even run with the Dolphins.


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