Kalutara offers so much more than secluded, golden sand beaches. There is a wealth of captivating culture, fascinating history and untouched nature. letting you experience the very best of Sri Lanka.
Be it ancient temples, exotic wildlife, colonial architecture or lively markets. Kalutara has something new to discover each time you visit.
See: There are many beautiful places to visit in Kalutara for an example most venerated Kalutara Bodhiya (Fig tree), Chaithya (The pinnacle of the town), Kalu River (The bloodline of the city), Richmond Castle (a colonial architectural marvel).
Do: Kalutara is not only a beach town it’s where one of the major rivers in Sri Lanka (Kalu River) meets the Indian ocean, after finishing its long journey starting from the sacred Sri Pada (Adams Peak).
The meandering river estuary has formed a lagoon which makes it a water-sports haven. You can enjoy motorized or non-motorized water activities by consulting with your accommodation provider.