Kalpitiya has evolved into a destination renowned for dolphin watching, kite boarding, snorkeling and fishing. Keen Scuba divers and Snorkelers can explore the extensive shallow offshore coral banks  found along the Kalpitiya peninsular which is home to an incredible variety of tropical fish where more than 500 species have been identified.The Bar reef located off the coast is one of the largest. Adventurous guests who are keen on any of these activities can have excursions arranged with prior notification

 

Kite boarding is prevalent in the months of high tide which falls between May and November whereas fishing and dolphin watching can be arranged in the months December to April.

 

Kalpitiya is also home to the Kalpitiya Dutch fort, built in 1667originally occupied by the Portuguese,and is located within a 30 minute drive from the villa.

 

Wild life enthusiasts can start the day by heading to the Puttalam salt plans which gives you an interesting glimpse of rare birds of different species,   with the surrounding wetlands of the Puttalam lagoon providing  a brimming habitat for local and migratory birds

 

Venturing out further, a 2 hour drive from the villa will get you to the Wilpattu National Park. An opportunity to enjoy nature and explore the jungles. The park offers an exciting land safari to see Sri Lanka's diverse and abundant wildlife including leopard, elephant and bear – The big three, an experience not to be missed.
 

Accommodation close to the National park can also be organized on request.