Surfing Tour In Sri Lanka
Sri Lanka offers everything a surfer’s heart desires, and then more! Perfectly formed pointbreaks, secret bays and beaches, and an infinite supply of reef configurations extending from Hikkaduwa on the country’s southwestern coast all the way across to Arugam Bay on the west combine for one spectacular playground just waiting to be discovered. A surfer’s paradise in other words, the Southern Coast boasts an epic seascape for all surfers and even beginners. On the Southwest Coast, there is such a wide range of waves to select from in close vicinity that you can avoid the worst of it if you’re willing to travel about a bit to check out the various breaks for the least amount of crowds. If you’re an expert surfer, you may even find yourself surfing Rams Right barrel with only a few other people out because there are a lot of beginner and intermediate surfers who won’t be interested in surfing a rapid hollow shallow reef break.
South Coast Main Surfing Points
The Main Beach – is home to some of the top surf schools, making it ideal for novices due to its soft sandy bottom and calm waves.
Benny’s – Best for more advanced Surfers Main Reef
North Jetty – These surf points are best for intermediates
Dewata Beach/ Clossenberg Beach – offers moderate and gentle waves. These surf points are safest for beginners and is hidden in the Unawatuna Bay.
Stick Point – best for beginners, intermediates and expert surfers
The Rock at Kabalanas -best for beginners, intermediates and expert surfers
Coconut and Plantation – The best intermediate and advanced surf places are roughly one kilometer south of Midigama Beach. These two can withstand a two-meter wave.
Rams – Midigama’s greatest advanced surf spot: a short, shallow, and strong reef. It’s typical to see hollow waves and barrels. Only suitable for expert surfers.
Lazy Left – Low tide is the best time for advanced surfers.Offers long 500 meter left rides.
Lazy Right -Best for level 2 beginners. Very good for long boards in the surfing point.
Weligama Bay – as seen on the map, is a large bay on the southern edge of the island that is shielded from the largest swells, making its waves mild and smooth, ideal for novice surfers. Even when high walls pierce the reefs of surrounding surf places outside of Weligama Bay, you can still enjoy calm and gentle beach breaks here.
It contains a well-known reef break that is suited for intermediate and advanced surfers. For those looking for a party, the Mirissa shoreline is flanked by several restaurants and cafes, as well as a vibrant nightlife scene.
Hiriketiya Bay – One of the best surfing points for beginners and intermediates.
When to go
November to March
Airport – Hotel – Tour attractions – Airport
Picture your self
Exploring the Southern waves in your surf board
Sunbathing all day long
Savouring the most delicious, fresh seafood
Swimming with turtles in Unawatuna
Sunset at the horizon
Beach side cafeterias and bars for some of the best seafood and Sri Lankan cocktails
The stunning morning views of the beaches
Whale and Dolphin watching
Airport Pickup & Transfer to Colombo
Overnight stay in Colombo
It’s great to have you here! Upon arrival at Bandaranaike International Airport, you’ll be greeted by a representative from Blue Lanka and your own chauffeur guide. Your adventure starts in Colombo, so take your time getting there. Arrive to your accommodation, rest up, and enjoy your free time until your surf tour takes an energetic start.
Explore Colombo City Tour
Transfer to Hikkaduwa
Enjoy the day surfing at the best surf points in Hikkaduwa
Overnight Stay in Hikkaduwa
It’s time to hit the beautiful blue beaches in the South Coast with your surfing gear. If you’re looking for some of the best waves in the south coast while vacationing in Hikkaduwa, this is the place for you.
Full Day for Surfing at Best Surfing Spots
Transfer to Unawatuna – and enjoy surfing in Unawatuna Surfing Spots
Overnight stay in Hikkaduwa
The entire day is yours to surf. Unawatuna is yet another amazing surfing spot in the south coast. Get transferred to Unawatuna and enjoy your day only Surfing, and nothing else. Remeber to surf through the sunrise and sunset.
Transfer to Weligama
En Route explore Galle Dutch Fort
Witness Stilt Fishermen & Weligama Fish Market
Rest of the Day, enjoy your day at Beach
Overnight stay in Weligama
Your next surfing spots are waiting for you. Time to pack up and get transferred to the beautiful Weligama Bay. Truly extra ordinary beaches with hues of blues and waves that a surfer looks for. On your way to Weligama, have a quick stop at the beautiful historical Dutch Fort. Take a stroll on the rampart and witness the UNESCO Site. Once done, witness the stilt fishermen in Weligama and its famous fish market. Once done, you are in for the surfing treat in the Weligama waves. You may rest or surf your evening as your heart desires.
Early Morning Whales Watching at Mirissa
Explore Surfing Beach Spots in Ahangama
Overnight Stay at Weligama
Wake up, gear up for some stunning Whale Watching morning expedition. Once done, you will be transferred to the infamous Ahngama – a surfers paradise. Explore all Ahangama surfing spots and get transferred back to your Weligama hideaway.
Full Day for Surfing at Best Surfing Spots in Midigama
Overnight Stay in Weligama
Its another day of Surfing ! Full day surfing ticking off all the surfing spots in Midigama. Trust me you want the entire day! No surfer returns back before the sun goes down.
Enjoy surfing at Weligama Bay
Transfer to Mirissa
Full Day for Surfing at Best Surfing Spots in Mirissa
Overnight Stay in Weligama
Today’s the day to enjoy the Weligama Bay surfing spots and Mirissa. The two locations are not further away but offers a fresh breath of Surfing experiences in both locations. You may enjoy the evening at Mirissa too if you wish to.
Transfer to Hiriketiya
Enjoy the surfing spots in Hiriketiya
Transfer to Dikwella
Overnight Stay in Dikwella
A long day ! But worth it. You are in for your next surfing treat in beautiful Hiriketiya. Enjoy a full day of nothing but surfing through the waves of your last Southern Cost Surf stop. Once done, get transferred back to your safe haven in Dikwella, spoil your selves and rest up reflecting on your surf memories down the coastal belt in Sri Lanka.
Its farewell day! But you are leaving will the best of surfing memories. You are going to come back again. Until then, get transferred back to the airport for departure. We await your next adventure.
Trail on the ground
Q. What is the best time to visit south coast?
A. From November to April
Q. What is the best beach for beginners?
A. Weligama beach us perfectly suitable for beginners to advance surfers. Due to the length of the beach, it can hold up many surfers and does not get too crowded easily.
Q. Do I need to be able to swim to learn surfing?
A. It’s not a must, but an advantage to feel confident in the water and maximize your progress and enjoyment.
Q. Will I need a travel insurance?
A. It’s advisable to purchase adequate medical and travel insurance that covers adventure sports such as surfing
Real people, real views
How they experienced it
- Your Swim suits/bikinis. Bring a few, so you can shuffle them up.
- Bring your wet suits, anything Surf related gear that you got with you – bring them in (Surf
boats however are available on location to purchase- FYI).
- We don’t wanna leave you scarred. Sun screens are a must have for all surfers.
- Flipflop around or sandal it up to be comfortable on the beach.
- Comfy cotton cloths are a treasure in the coastal belt
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