Within the resort


BBQ nights

Experience an unforgettable night with a BBQ. Bring your family and friends and join us for a night of BBQ fun.


Cooking classes

Our hotel gives you an insight into Sinhala cuisine and offers you a cooking class where you have the opportunity to learn how to prepare delicious Sinhala dishes.



Our sunset and sunrise yoga classes are for everyone—from beginners to advanced students. Our professional yoga teachers will guide you in the right path.


Music therapy

The music therapy we offer includes techniques such as listening, reflecting, and creating music to improve your health and well-being. A soft music pack is offered to soothe the mind.


Tai Chi

Tai Chi is a series of gentle physical exercises and stretches. Each pose flows into the next without a break, keeping your body in constant motion.

Within the resort

Visit nearby attractions


Bentota is the most popular water sports destination in Sri Lanka. Located about 62 km south of Colombo, it is surrounded by palm trees and a tranquil atmosphere. The Bentota river kisses the sea, making it an enchanting gateway for lovers of water activities.

Kosgoda Turtle Farms

There are some nice turtle hatcheries on the coast, especially in and around the Kosgoda area. Many are sustainably run by local people, with volunteers from other countries helping out throughout the year.

Moonstone mines

The moonstones belong to the category of semi-precious stones and are an important part of the Sri Lankan gem industry. The finest are bluish in color and are found in high concentrations inland 7 km to Mitiyagoda, between Ambalangoda and Hikkaduwa.


Ambalangoda is a coastal town in Galle District, Southern Province of Sri Lanka. Governed by the Ambalangoda Urban Council, the city is famous for its ancient demon masks and devil dancers. There are many mask museums here that can be visited.


Matugama is a semi-urban city surrounded by mountains, tea plantations, rice fields and a rural setting. The city is located 64 km south of Colombo. Streams and waterfalls make the area breathtaking

Madu River

The Madu River Safari is a popular activity that must be on the “To Do” list of every Sri Lankan vacationer. This unforgettable activity lasts over two hours and gives the visitor the opportunity to travel the mysterious passages through the mangrove forests and see the ecology.

Lunu Ganga & Brief Garden

The Briefgarden is a famous garden and the country home of Bevis Bawa, who inspired his brother Geoffrey Bawa to build Lunuganga. An amazing place consisting of bathing fountains, sculptures and ponds amidst stunning scenery that was once a rubber plantation.

Lighthouse Island

This beautiful lighthouse is located on the 3.25-hectare Barberyn Island, which is 0.8 km off the coast of the city of Bentota and 56 km from Colombo.


This historic city has been declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. It is a pleasure to explore on foot. It is blessed with an infinitely exotic and ancient trading port, with imposing Dutch colonial buildings, ancient mosques and churches, grand mansions, and museums.

Fish market

Beruwala is a charismatic fishing town in the south-west coastal region of Sri Lanka. Among the many attractions, the Fish Market, where you can have many unique experiences, is a must. Here all fish caught during the night or early in the morning are sold on the same day.

Vegetable market

Visit the market and learn how to choose truly fresh and juicy Sinhalese foods. It is a type of market where local people trade a wide variety of local vegetables, fruits, spices, dishes and all kinds of home/kitchen items.

Aluthgama Kande Viharaya

Kande Vihara is an important Buddhist temple in Kalutara district which was built in 1734 and has been a regional Buddhist center ever since. This temple was built on a hill, hence its name ”Kande Viharaya”.


Mirissa is one of the main beach destinations in southern Sri Lanka. If you want something a little more lively, the area has it all, beautiful beaches, surfing waves, whale watching, great bars and restaurants. Mirissa has been developing rapidly in recent years, which has resulted in more and more tourists coming here.

Day Tours

Yala National Park

Yala National Park, located in the south of the island, is home to a wide variety of wildlife such as leopards, bears, elephants, wild boar, deer, peacocks, jungle birds (the national animal of Sri Lanka), crocodiles, water buffalo, lizards and around 200 different species of birds. A trip there is definitely worth it.

Udawalawe National Park

Framed by the towering highlands on its northern border, Udawalawe National Park is one of the best places in the world to see wild elephants. It is located in southern inland Sri Lanka and consists mostly of grassland and scrub forest. Many other wild animals can also be observed there.


Kataragama is the holiest city in Sri Lanka. Located in the south-east of the country, it is a compelling mix of pomp and procession, as well as piety and religious extravagance. It is one of the most important pilgrimage sites in Sri Lanka, a sacred place for Buddhists, Muslims, Hindus and Veddah peoples.

Sigiriya & Dambulla

Sigiriya, an ancient palace, was once nominated as the 8th wonder of the world. Dambulla is an ancient rock temple from the time of the kings. Today, Sigiriya and Dambulla are UNESCO-recognized cultural heritage sites and a major tourist attraction.


Kandy is located in the middle of Sri Lanka. Considered the cultural capital of the country, it is perfect for a nice stroll. Kandy is famous for its sacred Buddhist sites, including the Temple of the Tooth (Sri Dalada Maligawa), which is honored with the annual Esala Perahera procession.


Kitulgala is on the heights of Colombo and is the starting point for whitewater rafting on the Kelani River. It is the main attraction in this humid area surrounded by jungle and rainforest. Many rare and endemic birds live in this region.

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