Parallel to Kalpitiya peninsula is located the largest national park in Sri Lanka - Wilpattu National Park. Wilpattu is home to Sloth Bear and Leopard, as well as many more animal species. The park opens at 6.00AM, so you should leave Alankuda at 4.30AM latest to be on time at the park gate. Especially the Sloth Bear is mostly seen early morning. We arrange a TukTuk transfer who picks you up at Dune Towers and brings you to the park and back. Half day trip to park will cost you Rs. 19.500 (a little more than 100EUR) for 2 adults including entry fee, 4WD vehicle, experienced guide and driver, TukTuk pickup and transfer and enough drinking water from our barrel which you can use to refil your bottles.

You can find more information about Wilpattu National Park here - especially plenty of photos and practical notes about sightings of wild animals (mostly leopards). And if you want to save some time and enjoy adventure, we can organize a boat trip going from Kalpitiya directly to Wilpattu.

What can you enjoy?

Dolphins and whales

Right in front of our place behind beautiful empty beach you find meet large groups of doplhins and occassionally whales..

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Sunset view beach

On the boarder of our land is high sand dune from where you can watch beautiful sunsets.

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Diving and snorkelling

In the area of Alankuda and Talawilla there are several dive spots with rich sea life. Further north is located Bar Reaf, the largest ...

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Kite surfing paradise

Kalpitiya is one of the world's best locations for kite surfing. You can enjoy kite surfing in the waters of Indian ocean or Kalpitiya lagoon ...

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Bird watching

Kalpitiya is great spot for bird watching of coastal and mangrowe species. Evening you can meet peacock in our garden.

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Wilpattu Nation Park

Within 1,5 hours from our place you can reach Wilpattu National Park which is well known for its sloth bearth and leopard watching. The shortes way how to get there is ...

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