The Main Point, Baby Point, Pottuvil Point, Elephant Rock, Whiskey Point, Peanut Farm, and Okanda are world-class Arugam Bay surf spots.
Yala’s sister national park is famous for its indigenous and migratory bird population. It is also home to elephants, leopards, and jackals.
As well as being a surf spot, the rock itself is a vantage point for sunsets and sweeping views. It is one of the main Arugam Bay places to visit.
There are over 200 caves and an ancient stupa in this rocky monastic complex from 2nd Century BC. The summit has breathtaking views.
The coastal lagoon thrives with mangrove forests and wildlife. You can spot elephants, monkeys, water buffalos, crocodiles, pelicans, and more.
Legend has it that King Kelanitissa’s daughter, Princess Viharamaha Devi, landed here after being sacrificed to the ocean, and met King Kavantissa.