Baththalangunduwa

Baththalangunduwa

Baththalangunduwa is a beautiful island covering an area of 150 hectares. From the Kalpitiya jetty you have to travel about 28 nautical miles to reach Baththalangunduwa Island. Innocent islanders, who make a living from fishing, live a different kind of life on this island. Baththalangunduwa Island is undoubtedly a perfect place to enjoy a cool evening breeze, a spectacular view of the setting sun, or a night of tents and the sweet sound of the waves crashing against the shore. this link to the Baththalangunduwa page.

Dolphin and Whale Watching
Dolphin and Whale Watching

Dolphin and Whale Watching is a major tourist attraction in Kalpitiya, located on the shores of Kalpitiya in the Puttalam District of the North Western Province of Sri Lanka. The best time to watch dolphins and whales in the Kalpitiya Sea is from December to March . During this time you can see blue whales, sperm whales, fin whales, and occasionally some species of orca and dolphins.this link to the Dolphin and Whale Watching page.


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. this link to the Vella Island page.

Wilpattu National Park
Wilpattu National Park

Wilpattu National Park is the oldest and largest national park in Sri Lanka, covers an area of 131,500 hectares. Wilpattu National Park stretches from the northwest coast towards the ancient capital of Anuradhapura. Spread across the border between the North-Western and North Central Provinces, Wilpattu is one of the oldest and most important protected areas in the country. this link to the Wilpattu National Park page



Scuba Diving
Kalpitiya Scuba Diving

Scuba diving off the coast of Kalpitiya is one of the leading activities of local and foreign tourists. This largest coral reef is located off the coast of Kalpitiya in the Puttalam District of the North Western Province of Sri Lanka. Home to a wide variety of fish and marine life You will be able this link to the Kalpitiya Scuba Diving page

Kalpitiya Lagoon
Kalpitiya Lagoon

Kalpitiya Lagoon is another scenic tourist destination located on the coast of Kalpitiya in the Puttalam District of the North Western Province of Sri Lanka. It brings out the most beautiful scenery. Plenty of accommodation can be found here. Here you can Kayaking, Kite Surfing, Boat tours this link to the Kalpitiya Lagoon page


Kalpitiya Beach
Kalpitiya Beach

Visitors to Kalpitiya beach have to travel about 35km from Puttalam. It is about a 3 hour drive from Katunayake Airport. According to the Mahavamsa, the Kalpitiya beach is located this link to the Kalpitiya Beach page

Puttalam Salt Ltd
Puttalam Salt Ltd

Puttalam Salt Ltd is located in the Puttalam District of the North Western Province of Sri Lanka. If you are visiting Puttalam, you can visit this factory.this link to the Puttalam Salt Ltd page


Kalpitiya Fort
Kalpitiya Fort

Kalpitiya Fort is an ancient Dutch fort that was once proud but is now in ruins. This is considered to be one of the main attractions of the town of Kalpitiya which belongs to the Puttalam District in the North Western Province of Sri Lanka. This place is also known as Dutch Fort.this link to the Kalpitiya Fort page

Anawilundawa Bird Sanctuary

Anawilundawa Bird Sanctuary

The second Ramsar wetland in the country has been the talk of the town in recent days. This wetland is located in the Arachchikattuwa area of Puttalam. Covering an area of 1357 hectares, this wetland was declared a National Sanctuary on June 11, 1997. In this ecological zone, About 78 species of butterflies, as well as endangered leopards, wild cats this link to the Anawilundawa Bird Sanctuary page


Tabbowa Lake
Tabbowa Lake

Tabbowa Lake is considered to be the largest and oldest lake in the Puttalam area. The size of this area is about 461 hectares. This lake is fed by Mee Oya. It is believed that this was done by King Kavantissa. Route: The bund of the tank is about 1910 meters and the bund is 9 meters high this link to the Tabbowa Lake page