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Kite surfing , Wind surfing & stand up paddle board

The peninsula of Kalpitiya is one of the top destinations for kitesurfing in Sri Lanka – it is the ultimate experience for anyone looking for adventure water sports amidst breathtaking scenic beauty. Sri Lanka is gaining recognition within the international kitesurfing community mainly because of what Kalpitiya has to offer.

Dolphin & whale watching

Kalpitiya is one of the best spots for dolphin watching in Sri Lanka. Here you can witness massive pods of dolphins, even thousands at once,in their natural habitat. Watching the delightful dolphins swimming alongside and diving under your boat, riding waves in perfect synchronization...

Scuba Diving & Snorkeling

In close proximity to Dolphin Beach just half an hour by boat is a worthwhile experience if you do not want to endure the long journey to Bar Reef. Snorkeling at depths from 1 – 12 feet it is recommended for those not so die hard snorkelers and makes for a great family outing. It’s best done in the mornings soon after breakfast.

Kayaking and standup paddle boards

From November to March the seas off Kalpitiya offer superb conditions for both water-skiing and windsurfing. The calm seas during this period provide an excellent opportunity even for beginners to try their hand at the sport.

Water Skiing & Donut Rides

From November to March the seas off Kalpitiya offer superb conditions for both water-skiing and windsurfing. The calm seas during this period provide an excellent opportunity even for beginners to try their hand at the sport.From November to March the seas off Kalpitiya offer superb conditions for both water-skiing and windsurfing. The calm seas during this period provide an excellent opportunity even for beginners to try their hand at the sport.

Pelagic Bird Watching

The large lakes (irrigation reservoirs) in the dry zone attract numerous varieties of duck, while larger aquatic birds such as the stork, heron, egret, spoonbill, pelican, and ibis can easily be seen in the wetlands. Around mid-August the first migratory species arrive in Sri Lanka. Large flocks of sandpipers, stints, plovers, terns and harriers fly over from Northern India, Siberia, Scandinavia and Western Europe and settle along the lagoons and salterns of the eastern, north-western and south-eastern coasts. In the forested areas of Sri Lanka, migratory birds like tree warblers, thrushes and cuckoos can be seen.

Yoga & Ayurveda treatments

The Kalpitiya peninsula is largely a fishing and farming community. Explore the surroundings on two wheels at your own pace, and glean insight into the traditional way of life of these communities. Dolphin Beach offers bicycles for you to roam freely and do your own exploring of the area. To get to know your way around, take a member of the staff with you.

Cycling

The Kalpitiya peninsula is largely a fishing and farming community. Explore the surroundings on two wheels at your own pace, and glean insight into the traditional way of life of these communities. Dolphin Beach offers bicycles for you to roam freely and do your own exploring of the area. To get to know your way around, take a member of the staff with you.

Fishing boards

Sri Lanka is an excellent location to participate in, and enjoy the exciting sport of inland and deep sea fishing. Inland fishing where the Barramundi and Mangrove Jack (both sought after Sport Fish) are found. Deep sea fishing however, as with all sea-based activities in Sri Lanka, is seasonal, with the Western and Southern coasts accessible from November to April. Venture out to sea in a purpose built boat to try your hand at trolling. All required equipment is available at Dolphin Beach. Fishing expeditions can be arranged as day tours or as part of a longer itinerary.