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Arugambay - 15 km

Lovely Arugam Bay, a moon-shaped curl of soft sand, is home to a famed point break that many regard as the best surf spot in the country. It's a tiny place, with a population of a few hundred, and everything is dotted along a single road which parallels the coast.
If you’re not a surfer, there are plenty of other draws: beachfront guesthouses, oceanside restaurants and a mellow, swing-another-day-in-a-hammock kind of vibe that’s totally removed from the brash West coast beach resorts. Arugam Bay also makes a great base for several adventures in the surrounding hinterland. During the low season (November to April) things get very quiet and some places shut up shop altogether, but it can also be a beautiful time to visit, with few tourists and glistening green landscapes.
The Arugam Bay Beach consists of a coral reef which is home to an abundance of tropical fish and is a delightful snorkelling paradise.

Kudumbigala Forest Hermitage - 15 km


The Kudumbigala Sanctuary is 4,403 hectares in extent. It was declared a sanctuary on September 28, 1973. Despite it being a sanctuary, a little private ownership is allowed where villagers from Panama own land within the area. There was a period when they were driven away by terrorists but now they have reclaimed their land and are living a happy farming life.
While on a trip to the Kudumbigala Sanctuary, you can see the Helawa lagoon in its majesty and tranquility. Fishing in the lagoon is permitted and this is a practice that had been going on for many years before the area was declared a sanctuary.
Towards the interior is a large complex of rock ridges and big granite boulders where somewhere in the second century B.C., one of the earliest cave dwelling hermitages of bhikkhus was located.
Traces of this ancient hermitage are seen even today with prominent Brahmin inscriptions under the drip-ledges of the caves

Okanda Murugan Devalaya – 17 km

Situated on the Kumana Panama jungle path Okanda Devalaya is believed to be the location God Skanda first sailed into Sri Lanka in a golden boat. The boat, which was turned into a rock, still stands on the Okanda beach known to all as the ‘Ran Oru Gala’.
Held in reverence by many without the difference of a religion, race or creed the temple’s origin is unknown although the signs of an ancient monastery are found nearby.  Archeologists believe the temple being situated near the ancient Okanda harbor too would have increased its importance with many a seafaring men seeking its help before and after a journey.

Okanda surfing point - 17 km


Arugambay surfing point - 15 km Peanut Farm surfing point - 10 km Elephant rock surfing point - 12 km



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