Kalpitiya is a large fishing village situated on the water’s edge of the Puttalam Lagoon is the largest lagoon in Sri Lanka and covers a water surface of 32750ha famous for its fascinating scenic beauty.
Kalpitiya is surrounded by many little fishing Islands where traditional fishing families live and do fishing. There is no electricity but they live comfortably with kerosene oil. Dried fish is their main production. Kalpitiya town is the sales center of seafood. Fish and dried fish are coming from the surrounding Islands to Kalpitiya town.
The scenic attractions include the Kala Oya estuary the Mee Oya estuary, Dutch Bay, and Portugal Bay. Kalpitiya and the surrounding Islands have mangroves, seagrass beds, and coral reefs. The combination makes it heaven to be enjoyed a long Sri Lanka vacation of swimming, snorkeling, and watching Whales and Dolphins.
The Alankuda Beach is a Sri Lanka luxury that you must experience on a Sri Lanka vacation. It is indeed a Sri Lanka exclusive of a discrete dalliance with Dolphins and Whales from October to May. The other pleasures that you could are indulging in deep-sea fishing, and snorkeling over the spectacular coral formations. Kayaking, Canoeing, Sailing, Kite, and Wind Surfing.