Vella Island

Vella Island


Villa Island is one of the most famous and best ever sea kite rides in Sri Lanka. Located about 30 km from Kalpitiya in front of Wilpattu National Park. Due to the incessant winds in the summer in Sri Lanka, even the world famous kite champions come to the island for their training. On the Vella Island of Sri Lanka The kitesurfing season begins in mid - May to the end of September.

How to reach: The closest city to this place is Kalpitiya.

Traveling Time: It is about 1 hour and 45 minutes by boat from Kalpitiya

Route: Colombo --> Negambo --> Kalpitiya --> Villa Island --> Back to Kalpitiya

Best time to visit in year :Mid - May to the end of September

Best Kite Surfing Spots in Sri Lanka :
  • Kalpitiya
  • Kappalady
  • Puttalam
  • Vella Island
  • Mannar
Special Remarks:
  • This Villa Island is not suitable for sea kite rides beginners to play.
Famous for:
  • Best Kite Surfing Spots
  • Deep sea fishing and snorkeling
  • Iconic place for beach camping
  • Enjoy nature
  • During your vacation
  • Sightseeing
  • Photography

Vella Island kiting - Kalpitiya

Best Kite Surfing Spots
Sri Lanka


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