Sri Lanka: waves pump since former Ceylon

Have you ever imagined how it would be to surf in Sri Lanka? Well, you probably don't know but Sri Lanka is considered one of the most reliable surf destinations on the planet thanks to consistent Indian Ocean swells.

There are waves every year, but the very best months are from October through to April as the monsoon in the island's northeast generates steady offshore winds to the south, for waves of perfection.

It’s a fun experience both for regular and goofy footers. Weligama and Polhena are the best regions to find waves. With a great variety of boats available you may go in for – fishing, whale and dolphin watching, wakeboarding and snorkelling or sunset trips around the bay.

Prepare for an amazingly fanciful trip, visit all the secret and secluded spots and enjoy empty surfing waves. You may also go in for a boat trip to experience the empty outer reef breaks that are inaccessible by road and foot.

Also, look for Hikkaduwa, is a small town on the south coast of Sri Lanka, located 98 km south of the capital Colombo.

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